Emotology and EQD
November 27, 2002
Number of times played
Of all of the games played, this is my favorite because it clearly maps and
This is done through the evident and simple display of
patterns and stress balance.
I usually looked forward to playing this game, for it charted
my capricious teenage emotions and helped stimulate desires, conflicts, and solutions.
By accurately identifying negative emotional states I was able to confront certain issues
and deal with conflict-charged situations which might hinder my emotional stress
Furthermore, it motivated self-exploration and questioning.
Through the continual testing of subjects over the period of eight weeks, the effect
of outside influences, such as family life, weather, physical health, age, sexual activity,
and satiety, was apparent.
For example, cloudy days consistently produced gloomy
Similarly, hot days produced low scores as well.
Additionally, when subjects were hungry, their scores were more negative, and
Because the part of the brain that regulates motives, the
hypothalamus, is altered during fluctuations in glucose levels, mood consequently
So, as I can attest, the subjects’ levels of satiety were reflected in the reflections