Feelings change: accounting for individual differences in the temporal dynamics of affect.

@article{Kuppens2010FeelingsCA,
  title={Feelings change: accounting for individual differences in the temporal dynamics of affect.},
  author={Peter Kuppens and Zita Oravecz and Francis Tuerlinckx},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={99 6},
  pages={1042-60}
}
People display a remarkable variability in the patterns and trajectories with which their feelings change over time. In this article, we present a theoretical account for the dynamics of affect (DynAffect) that identifies the major processes underlying individual differences in the temporal dynamics of affective experiences. It is hypothesized that individuals are characterized by an affective home base, a baseline attractor state around which affect fluctuates. These fluctuations vary as the… CONTINUE READING
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