nonemotional

nonemotional

(ˌnɒnɪˈməʊʃənəl)
adj
lacking emotion
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Specifically, the differences between emotional and nonemotional states are the kinds of inputs that are processed by a general cortical network of cognition, a network essential for conscious experiences.
Emotional Intensity and Categorization Ratings for Emotional and Nonemotional Words.
To confirm whether PD participants' poor performance on tasks of emotion discrimination is due to a disruption of emotion processing, we conducted a nonemotional discrimination task --the Fast Gender Identification Task--as a control task in Experiment 2; we used the same stimuli as in Experiment 1 but asked participants to make gender identifications.
Too often, this comes at the expense of recognizing their nonemotional intellectual capabilities, traits that are often celebrated in boys.
Proprioceptive determinants of emotional and nonemotional feelings.
Based on our findings and learner's opinions, ITS equipped with emotion-aware agent has advantage over its nonemotional counterpart.
The Article's focus on emotional harm, however, is not intended to reach nonemotional mental states such as impaired cognition.
The used procedure has proven to be, in our view, a valid and reliable alternative to accurately record nonemotional expressive prosody in colloquial speech, as its results can relate to patients' everyday interactions with their environment.
Event-related potential correlates of the retrieval of emotional and nonemotional context.
As many consumer insights studies have shown, consumer adoption of private brands typically is easier with nonemotional categories such as paper and plastic and becomes more difficult with emotional categories such as baby and beauty.
Counselors can also help refugee clients work toward specific nonemotional goals or problems that may be addressed via community resources or advocacy.