hyperemotional

hyperemotional

(ˌhaɪpərɪˈməʊʃənəl)
adj
extremely or excessively emotional
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We must confront how fake news has evolved into fake law, fake political science, fake statistics, fake history and fake medicine, all packaged in hyperpartisan, hyperemotional rants by fake scholars.
Researchers, speech specialists, and doctors used these and a number of self-invented technological mechanisms to study speech, determining where emotion came from and how people could regulate it to avoid hyperemotional practices.
29 "Achilles hyperemotional responses" instead of "Achilles' hyperemotional responses"; p.
These plays repeatedly have been categorized as the hallmark of late Jacobean theatrical decadence, wherein the playwrights, eschewing with brazen irresponsibility both moral seriousness and psychological sophistication, set forth for the mere titillation of the audience vapid entertainments that rely on artificially contrived plot surprises and hyperemotional rhetorical flourishes, and that thus employ "protean characters," stock types completely conformable to the immediate needs of an isolated scene.
Whereas the patriarchal function of historiography seeks to control history within the strict confines of an authoritative narrative, the death of Tito is emblematic of the manner in which Eliot's novel cannot completely escape the gothic-tinged romantic tradition that she and her contemporaries associated with the hyperemotional and hence "feminine" The almost supernatural manner in which Baldassarre wreaks revenge on Tito, who plays the part of gothic usurper of a legacy that does not belong to him, suggests that this particular moment in the text is a clash between historical sensibilities that have been characterized traditionally as masculine and feminine.
Even if something said is not actually offensive, a non-loving or harsh tone can have psyche penetration and perfusion, especially for children and for hyperemotional adults.
Indeed, the power of this production lies in its ability to transport the listener to a hyperemotional plane, something Wilson's vaunted lighting effects - here Vermeer, there Rothko - help engender.
And castigating a mother faced with the loss of her baby as hyperemotional because she wept