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Daniel Goleman
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Alexithymia

This is the condition of being unable to identify one's feelings. This term was created by Dr. Peter Sifneos in 1972, when he was a Harvard psychiatrist.

Amygdala

Part of the limbic system of the brain, this refers to a storehouse of emotional memory.

Attunement

This refers to a process in which a parent signals to a child that the child's emotions are "met with empathy, accepted and reciprocated," as described by psychiatrist Daniel Stern.

Catecholamines

These organic compounds are released by the adrenal glands as a reaction to stress.

Emotional Hijacking

During this process, the emotional part of the brain overrides the rational part of the brain.

EQ or EI

This refers to a skill set grouped by Salovey and Mayer into five domains: "knowing one's emotions, managing emotions, motivating oneself, recognizing emotion in others and handling relationships."

Display rules

This term was created by facial expression...

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