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Emotion[edit]

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Emotion
Emotion
Facial expression
Affect (psychology)
Cognition
Affection
Anger
Angst
Anguish
Annoyance
Anxiety
Apathy
Arousal
Awe
Boredom
Contempt
Contentment
Courage
Curiosity
Depression (mood)
Desire (emotion)
Disappointment
Disgust
Distrust
Fear
Ecstasy (emotion)
Embarrassment
Envy
Euphoria
Pleasure
Frustration
Gratitude
Grief
Guilt (emotion)
Happiness
Hatred
Hope
Horror and terror
Hostility
Pain
Hysteria
Interest (emotion)
Jealousy
Loneliness
Love
Lust
Outrage (emotion)
Panic
Passion (emotion)
Pity
Pride
Rage (emotion)
Regret (emotion)
Remorse
Sadness
Shame
Acute stress reaction
Shyness
Sorrow (emotion)
Suffering
Surprise (emotion)
Terror
Trust (social sciences)
Wonder (emotion)
Worry
Diligence
Zest (positive psychology)
Acceptance
Adoration
Ambivalence
Amusement
Anticipation (emotion)
Artistic inspiration
Biological basis of love
Compassion
Compersion
Contrasting and categorization of emotions
Defeatism
Doubt
Dysphoria
Emotional insecurity
Empathy
Emptiness
Enthusiasm
Epiphany (feeling)
Euthymia (medicine)
Fanaticism
Forgiveness
Gratification
Homesickness
Humiliation
Infatuation
Insult
Irritability
Isolation (psychology)
Kindness
Limerence
Melancholia
Mental confusion
Mono no aware
Nostalgia
Oculesics
Optimism
Paranoia
Patience
Pessimism
Psychomotor agitation
Repentance
Resentment
Righteous indignation
Saudade
Schadenfreude
Self-love
Self-pity
Sentimentality
Social rejection
Suspense
Sympathy
Weltschmerz
World view