Moods and Emotions
And Moods A characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling is mood. Mood is the feeling often is less intense than emotions. Every human beings result of perception, learning and reasoning differs from another Disparity in outcomes serves deflection in moods. Moods are directed from an emotion which does not leave you in your normal state Mood is a feeling but behavior which is not visible There are good and bad moods which in turn occurs in response to some events.
Moods effects can be negative and positive which can drop you at nadir and can shoot you at the pinnacle of ecstatic state respectively, Grouping the emotions in positive and negative categories they become mood states High positive affects consists of excited, elated, happy states and also it helps you in being serene High negative affects leaves in nervous, stressed, upset sometimes sad states Low positive affect shines in boredom manner Low negative open the doors for calmness.
Moods are shorter-term emotional states, typically lasting hours, although they can last for days or longer. For example you may wake up feeling a bit down and stay that way for most of the day. We can be sent into a mood by an unexpected event, from the happiness of seeing an old friend to the anger of discovering betrayal by a partner. We may also just fall into a mood. Emotions Emotions are the strong abrupt feeling which is caused by specific events. They are always directed at someone or something.
They aren’t specific but occurs in numerous ways in nature Mostly are specific in nature and are accompanied by distinct facial expressions Emotions sometimes occur for short durations however sometimes they live for forever. Types of emotions which can be expressed are frustration, anger, love, hate, joy, grief In organizational behavior emotions plays an important role as every individual mixed up in different emotions work together in hierarchy to maintain company’s goal most prioritized its status.
Still It’s a myth or a science that People can’t accurately forecast their own emotions. Emotions as commonly experienced and discussed are different from moods and temperament in several ways. First, emotions tend to last for much shorter periods. The delight at being given a birthday present may subside in minutes as it is replaced by disappointment about a useless gift. Emotions thus tend to replace one another and it can be difficult to be both happy and sad (although we may have a good go at it).
Emotions also tend to be more extreme than moods and temperament, with higher highs and lower lows. We can become very angry very quickly, though it is difficult to stay very angry and it may subside into a irritable mood or be replaced by another completely different emotions. Emotions tend to be very specific, triggered by noticeable events and are immediate reactions to these and which drive us to particular actions, for example running away from a snarling dog or going to chat up an attractive other person.