The affective aspect of consciousness. A state of feeling.
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Geneva Emotion Research Group
The Geneva Emotion Research Group is part of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences (FAPSE) at the University of Geneva. We conduct research into many aspects of emotions, including experimental studies on emotion-antecedent appraisal, emotion induction, physiological reactions and expression of emotion (facial and vocal) and emotional behaviour in autonomous agents.