Questions tagged [mood]

For questions regarding diffuse feeling states that are not directed at a specific object, person, or situation. Mood is sometimes used to describe relatively long-lasting emotions.

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Is movement/activity level related to serotonin availability or reuptake rates in the brain?

I'm aware of this research article that explores the relationship between motion and serotonin systems: 5-HT and motor control: a hypothesis. Based on the article above, it seems to me that a "very ...
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Behavioral and mood differences between D1 and D2 dophamine receptors action in context of monogamy and out of it

Claim: I initially thought of posting this to Biology SE, but the fact that the question finds its resting formation in the area of cognition/mood/personality, I decided to post it here. It is stated ...
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Is a New Software Library to Simulate Natural Processes like Hunger Needed?

This sort of dovetails off a question I asked on the AI Exchange: Is There A Need For Stochastic Inputs To Mimic Real-World Biology And Environment? I figured this site would give more insight on ...
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Nomenclature for mood, feelings and emotion in experimental-psychology

I'm studying music therapy and music-based interventions relating to Substance Use Disorder. Music therapy and music-based interventions are increasingly used for the treatment of substance use ...
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Correlations between symbol color, viewer response and viewer mood

Consider the image shown below Are there any studies that look at how the viewer's response to such images - simple monocolor outline symbols - varies depending on their mood. For instance Tense ...
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Does childhood familiarity with weather patterns predict the influence of those patterns on mood?

Though similar to this question, in my opinion the difference is large enough for my question to stand alone: I observed that specific weather conditions affect my mood. That's rater trivial, sure. "...
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Lowering people's serotonin levels does not change their mood?

I'm starting to pick off sub-topics from this omnibus question, which I think it's too broad to answer properly/directly in the SE format. So, let's start with one of the claims there: Lowering ...
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What factors are used in studies quantifying and studying mood?

I'm a data scientist by trade, and am gearing up to study the impacts of behaviors on mood. It's a domain specific study. I'm well versed in the statistics, but I need to record data that can be ...
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Assessing feelings/mood from tap event Radii on touch screens

In a mobile app that I am developing I use multiple measurements - user acceleration, ambient noise level, consistency of the speed of user interactions with on-screen information etc - to keep track ...