Emotionless [adjective]

Definition of Emotionless:

unfeeling, undemonstrative

Opposite/Antonyms of Emotionless:

Sentence/Example of Emotionless:

They found that people in the 45-54 age group are most likely to associate the future with emotions like dread and unhappiness.

There is a lot of anger and emotion in the world right now, and the debate around vaccines has been an opportunity for that to bubble up.

Cowen and Keltner regard their findings as a preliminary glimpse of how people who lived long ago, and who had no exposure to any modern culture, expressed certain emotions with their faces as Westerners now do.

So it misidentified the basic feeling I was trying to convey, failing at the most elementary skill involved in considering my emotions.

Perhaps honing in on one of these emotions can spark an idea.

In a 2015 TED talk, Affectiva co-founder Rana El-Kaliouby told her audience that we’re living in a world increasingly devoid of emotion, and her goal was to bring emotions back into our digital experiences.

Psychologists have long observed that high-power individuals tend to be less sensitive to the emotions of others than those with low power.

Whereas this positive emotion thing is quite literally feeling positively.

Angela thinks that Stanford psychologist James Gross’s research on emotion regulation is the modern incarnation of Seneca’s work, and she shares some of his strategies for controlling and managing anger.

I mean, it’s got to be one of the most negative emotions you can feel about another person.