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Egidi, G., & Nusbaum, H. C. (2012). Emotional language processing: How mood affects integration processes during discourse comprehension. Brain and Language, 122(3), 199-210. [[[mood congruence; negativity bias; comprehension; language; discourse; semantic memory; narrative comprehension; functional neuroanatomy; brain ; audiology & speech-language pathology; linguistics; neurosciences & neurology; psychology]]]

Eisenchlas, S. A. (2012). Gendered discursive practices on-line. Journal of Pragmatics, 44(4), 335-345. [[[advice; gender; on-line data; spanish language; computer-mediated communication; stereotypes; inequality; discourse; emotion; advice; linguistics]]]
Eisenmann, B. (1997). Gender differences in early mother-child interactions: Talking about an imminent event. Discourse Processes, 24(2-3), 309-335. [[[maternal modes of organizing imminent emotional event with their child, mothers of boys vs girls]]]
Ellis, D., & Cromby, J. (2012). Emotional inhibition: A discourse analysis of disclosure. Psychology & Health, 27(5), 515-532. [[[emotional disclosure; emotional inhibition; discourse analysis; physical health; psychosomatic processes; behavioral-inhibition; self-regulation; expression; traumas; suppression; repression; ; public, environmental & occupational health; psychology]]]
Englis, B. G. (1994). The role of affect in political advertising: Voter emotional responses to the nonverbal behavior of politicians. In Eddie M. Clark, Timothy C. Brock, & David W. Stewart (Eds.), Attention, attitude, and affect in response to advertising. (pp. 223-247). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [[[politicians] [facial expressions] [voting behavior] [television advertising] [nonverbal communication] [political attitudes] [emotional responses] [political discourse] [CDA]]]
Enos, R. (1981). The Use of the Historical Present in the Gospel According to St. Mark. Journal of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest, 3(4), 281-298. [[[discourse analysis] [text analysis] [grammatical analysis] [emotion] ]]

Ereky-Stevens, K. (2008). Associations between Mothers' Sensitivity to Their Infants' Internal States and Children's Later Understanding of Mind and Emotion. Infant and Child Development, 17(5), 527-543. [[[false belief; emotion understanding; individual differences; internal states; mind-mindedness; sensitivity; attachment security; preschool-children; social cognition; false-belief; language; mindedness; talk; competence; abilities; discourse; psycholog

Eva-Wood, A. L. (2004). How think-and-feel-aloud instruction influences poetry readers. Discourse Processes, 38(2), 173-192. [[[literary response; comprehension; texts; construction; emotions; model]]]
Fearon, D. S. J. R. (2004). The Bond Threat Sequence: Discourse Evidence for the Systematic Interdependence of Shame and Social Relationships. In: Tiedens, Larissa Z., & Leach, Colin Wayne (Eds.), The social life of emotions. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. [[social affect][social relationships][quality of relationships][shame][discourse analysis][social bond][bond threat sequence][Discourse Analysis][Shame][Social Interaction][Threat][Interpersonal Relationships]]
Fenning, R. M., Baker, B. L., & Juvonen, J. (2011). Emotion Discourse, Social Cognition, and Social Skills in Children With and Without Developmental Delays. Child Development, 82(2), 717-731. [[[mild intellectual disabilities; mentally-retarded children; ; psychology]]]
Fiehler, R. (1986). 'Das war doch n ziemlicher Schlag vors Kontor wieder.' Zur Thematisierung von Erleben und Emotionen in der Interaktion. (Das war doch n ziemlicher Schlag vors Kontor wieder. On the Thematization of Experience and Emotions in Interaction). Linguistische Studien, Reihe A: Arbeitsberichte, 149, 173-185. [[[Interpersonal Behavior] [Emotion] [Discourse Analysis] [Communicative Function of Language] [Spontaneous Speech]]]
Fiehler, R. (1987). Zur Thematisierung von Erleben und Emotionen in der Interaktion. (On the Thematization of Experience and Emotions in an Interaction). Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 8(5), 559-572. [[[Interpersonal Behavior] [Emotion] [Discourse Analysis]]]

Fields, E. C., & Kuperberg, G. R. (2012). It's All About You: An ERP Study of Emotion and Self-Relevance in Discourse. Neuroimage, 62(1), 562-574. [[[emotion; event-related potentials; language; late positive potential; self-relevance; perspective; negativity bias; neural mechanisms; visual-attention; positivity bias; stroop task; stimuli; name; face; valence; brain; neurosciences & neurology; radio

Filik, R., & Leuthold, H. (2013). The role of character-based knowledge in online narrative comprehension: Evidence from eye movements and ERPs. Brain Research, 1506, 94-104. [[[language comprehension; eye-tracking; erps; narrative comprehension; situation model; language comprehension; pragmatic anomalies; emotional states; situation models; world knowledge; discourse; n400; construction; integration; context; neurosciences &
Fivush, R. (1991). Gender and Emotion in Mother-Child Conversations about the Past. Journal of Narrative and Life History, 1(4), 325-341. [[[Maternal Speech] [Emotions] [Conversation] [Discourse Analysis] [Sex Differences] [Children]]]
Fivush, R., & Buckner, J. P. (2000). Gender, sadness, and depression: The development of emotional focus through gendered discourse. In: A. H. Fischer (Ed.), Gender and emotion: Social psychological perspectives. (pp. 232-253). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press [[[Lg: English ] [interactional development of sadness & depression, males vs females ][Depression (Emotion)][Emotional Development][Human Sex Differences][Interpersonal Interaction][Sadness ]]]
Forbes-Riley, K., Rotaru, M., & Litman, D. J. (2008). The relative impact of student affect on performance models in a spoken dialogue tutoring system. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 18(1-2), 11-43. [[[emotional speech; discourse structure; affective user modeling; multiple linear regression; adaptive spoken dialogue systems; tutorial dialogue systems; system performance modeling; design; computer science, cybernetics]]]

Ford, J. A., & Milosky, L. M. (2008). Inference generation during discourse and its relation to social competence: An online investigation of abilities of children with and without language impairment. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 51(2), 367-380. [[[emotion; inferencing; social competence; language impairment; characters emotional states; preschoolers; representation; comprehension; predictors; speech; self; linguistics; rehabilitation]]]

Fraser, S., Maher, J., & Wright, J. (2010). Between bodies and collectivities: Articulating the action of emotion in obesity epidemic discourse. Social Theory and Health, 8(2), 192-209. [Lg: English][[[[Emotion] [Epidemic] [Feminist theory] [Moral panic] [Obesity] ]]]
Froholdt, L. L. (2010). Getting closer to context: a case study of communication between ship and shore in an emergency situation. Text & Talk, 30(4), 385-402. [[[accountability; context; emotion; non-native interaction; culture; emergency; conversation analysis; psychology; discourse; communication; linguistics; language & linguistics]]]
Fuentes, I. (2009). Argumentation and emotions in debates on television . La argumentación y las emociones en el debate televisivo. Revista Signos, 42(70), 171-195. [Lg: Spanish][[[[Argumentation] [Argumentative topoi] [Discourse analysis] [Emotions] [TV debate] ]]]
Gamliel, T. (2010). "SHE WHO MOURNS WILL CRY" Emotion and Expertise in Yemeni-Israeli Wailing. Journal of Anthropological Research, 66(4), 485-503. [[[emotion; expertise; israel; wailing; yemeni; lament; poetics; discourse; death; women; anthropology]]]
Garrety, K., Badham, R., Morrigan, V., Rifkin, W., & Zanko, M. (2003). The Use of Personality Typing in Organizational-Change: Discourse, Emotions and the Reflexive Subject. Human Relations, 56(2), 211-235.
Garsten, B. (2011). The Rhetoric Revival in Political Theory. Annual Review of Political Science, vol 14, 14, 159-180. [[[deliberation; oratory; persuasion; emotions; discourse; communication; deliberative democracy; aristotle; conversation; passions; government & law]]]

Garvey, C., & Shantz, C. U. (1992). Conflict talk: Approaches to adversative discourse. In: Shantz, Carolyn Uhlinger, & Hartup, Willard W. (Eds.), Conflict in child and adolescent development. Cambridge studies in social and emotional development. (pp. 93-121). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. [[[examines variations in children's verbal conflict behavior and their experience in conducting social conflict]]]

Gee, J. P. (1999). Mind and society: A response to Derek Edwards' "Emotion Discourse". Culture & Psychology, 5(3), 305-312. [[[emotional discourse as result of fixed cognitive scenarios vs flexible range of oppositions & contrasts, commentary] [Cognition; Discourse Analysis; Emotions]]
Gergen, K. J. (1996). Metaphor and monophony in the twentieth-century psychology of emotions. In: C. F. Graumann, & K. J. Gergen (Eds.), Historical dimensions of psychological discourse. (pp. 60-82). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press [[[Lg: English ] [metaphor & monophony in psychology of emotions ][Emotions][History of Psychology ]]]
Gernsbacher, M. A. (1995). Activating knowledge of fictional characters' emotional states. In: C. A. I. I. I. Weaver, S. Mannes, & C. R. Fletcher (Eds.), Discourse comprehension: Essays in honor of Walter Kintsch. (pp. 141-155). Hillsdale, NJ,England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc [[[Lg: English ] [activation of knowledge of fictional characters' emotional states based on personal exposure to emotional experiences & impact on reading comprehences ][Emotional States][Literature][Reading Comprehension ]]
Glagolev, N. V. (1978). La base extralinguistica della costruzione della proposizione nel discorso. (The Extralinguistic Basis of the Proposition Construction in Discourse). Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata, 10(1), 21-37. [[[gestures] [emotion] [nonverbal communication] [discourse analysis] ]]
Glas, R. (1990). Ausserungen uber Gefuhle: Leistung und Wahl der schriftsprachlichen Mittel. (The Expression of Feelings: The Efficiency and Selection of Written-Language Means). Grazer Linguistische Studien, 33-34, 93-110. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Vocabulary] [Written Language] [German] [Emotion]]]

Godwin, R. (1995). Contemporary adaptations to the burden of mindedness: Articulating the unthought self through political discourse. Melanie Klein and Object Relations, 13 (1), 65-90. [[[transitional mental space and group impedance of emotional growth and lack of tolerance for healthy leaders in political scene]]]

Goetz, E. T., & Sadoski, M. (1996). Imaginative processes in literary comprehension: Bringing the text to life. In Roger J. Kreuz, & Mary Sue MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical approaches to literature and aesthetics. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 52. (pp. 221-240). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[imagery] [emotional responses] [reading comprehension] [literature] [test validity] [test reliability] [measurement ]]]
Goldman, S. R., Graesser, A. C., & van den Broek, P. (Eds.). (1999). Narrative comprehension, causality, and coherence: Essays in honor of Tom Trabasso. Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [[[theoretical perspectives on models & goal structures & causality & coherence & narrative comprehension & evaluative & emotional experiences in discourse psychology] [Causal Analysis; Discourse Analysis; Narratives; Psychology; Verbal Comprehension; Emotions; Goals; Models; Theories]]
Good, M. J. D., & Good, B. J. (1988). Ritual, the state, and the transformation of emotional discourse in Iranian society. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 12 (1), 43-63. [[[social and cultural organization of emotional discourse and role of transcendental vs transformative rituals] [Iran]]]
Good, M. J. D., Good, B. J., & Fischer, M. M. J. (1988). Discourse and the Study of Emotion, Illness and Healing: Introduction. Culture Medicine and Psychiatry, 12(1), 1-7.
Good, M. J. D., Good, B. J., & Fischer, M. M. J. (1988). Introduction: Discourse and the Study of Emotion, Illness and Healing. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 12(1), 1-7. [[[Idiomatic Speech] [Emotion] [Discourse Analysis] [Sociolinguistics]]]

Gottweis, H., & Prainsack, B. (2006). Emotion in political discourse: contrasting approaches to stem cell governance in the USA, UK, Israel and Germany. Regenerative Medicine, 1(6), 823-829. [[[engineering, biomedical]]]

Gough, B. (2004). Psychoanalysis as a resource for understanding emotional ruptures in the text: The case of defensive masculinities. British Journal of Social Psychology, 43(2), 245-267. [[[discourse analysis; men; repertoires; psychology]]]
Graesser, A. C. (2011). Learning, Thinking, and Emoting With Discourse Technologies. American Psychologist, 66(8), 746-757. [[[discourse processing; learning technologies; emotions; comprehension; coh-metrix; tutorial dialogues; natural-language; question asking; comprehension; text; construction; cohesion; features; psychology]]]
Greimas, A. J., & Fontanille, J. (1991). Sémiotique des passions: Des états de choses aux états d'âme. Paris: Editions du Seuil. [[[b] [Semiotics; Emotions; Discourse analysis]]]
Greimas, A. J., & Fontanille, J. (1991). Smiotique des passions. Des tats de choses aux tats d' me. Paris: Editions du Seuil. [[[b][Lg: fre][ISBN: 2020128985][Semiotics][Emotions][Discourse analysis]]]
Greimas, A. J., & Fontanille, J. (1993). The semiotics of passions. From states of affairs to states of feeling. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0816621047 (acid-free paper)][Discourse analysis][Emotions][Semiotics]]]
Grigoreva, A. D. (1978). K voprosu ob analize yazyka poeticheskogo teksta. (Analysis of the Language of a Poetical Text). Voprosy yazykoznaniya, 27(3), 62-74. [[[discourse analysis] [poetry] [emotion] [cognitive processes] [literary criticism] ]]

Gruber, J., & Kring, A. M. (2008). Narrating emotional events in schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117(3), 520-533. [[[schizophrenia; emotion; narratives; discourse; affective reactivity; communication disturbances; patients show; ; psychology, clinical; psychology, multidisciplinary]]]

Grunkemeyer, M. T. (1996). Review Article: But What about Saint Paul? Contemporary Conversion Narratives. Semiotica, 111, 1-2, 153-159. [[[semiotics] [social factors] [discourse analysis] [emotions] [religions] [semiotics] [semiotics]]]
Gubrium, J. F. (1988). Gefuhlsarbeit und emotionaler Diskurs beim Erleben der Alzheimer-Krankheit (Emotion work and emotive discourse in the Alzheimer's disease experience). In G. Gockenjan und H. -J. von Kondratowitz (Hrsg.) Alter und Alltag. Frankfurt, BRD: Suhrkamp Verlag.
Gygax, P., Tapiero, I., & Carruzzo, E. (2007). Emotion inferences during reading comprehension: What evidence can the self-pace reading paradigm provide?. Discourse Processes, 44(1), 33-50. [[[text comprehension; characters; states; representation; knowledge; psychology, educational; psychology, experimental]]]
Habousch, J. H. K. (2004). Filial Emotions and Filial Values: Changing Patterns in the Discourse of Filiality in Late Choson Korea. In: J. Corrigan (Ed.), Religion and emotion: Approaches and interpretations. (pp. 75-113). New York, NY: Oxford University Press [[[Lg: English ] [filial emotions ][filial values ][filiality ][Confucian society ][morals ][counter-hegemonic discourse ][Emotions][Love][Morality][Religious Beliefs][Society ]]]
Haboush, J. K. (1995). Filial Emotions and Filial Values, Changing Patterns in the Discourse of Filiality in Late Choson Korea. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 55(1), 129-177.

Halasz, L. (1996). General and personal meaning in literary reading. In Roger J. Kreuz, & Mary Sue MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical approaches to literature and aesthetics. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 52. (pp. 379-396). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[self reference] [meaning] [reading comprehension] [empathy] [identification defense mechanism] [emotions] [literature] [adulthood] [adolescence ]]]

Hanna, J. E., & Brennan, S. E. (2007). Speakers' eye gaze disambiguates referring expressions early during face-to-face conversation. Journal of Memory and Language, 57(4), 596-615. [[[discourse processing; conversation; eye gaze; ambiguity resolution; speech; syntactic ambiguity resolution; emotional expression; social attention; ; linguistics; psychology; psychology, experimental]]]
Harris, P. L. (1999). Individual differences in understanding emotion: The role of attachment status and psychological discourse. Attachment and Human Development, 1 (3), 307-324. [[[caregiver sensitivity and attachment status vs psychological discourse model of family contribution to emotional understanding and development] [children]]]
Haviland, J. B. (1989). 'Sure, Sure': Evidence and Affect. Text, 9(1), 27-68. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Interpersonal Behavior] [Truth] [Emotion] [Central Amerindian Languages]]]
Hepburn, A. (2004). Crying: Notes on description, transcription, and interaction. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 37(3), 251-290. [[[management; discourse; emotion; calls]]]
Hepburn, A., & Jackson, C. (2009). Rethinking subjectivity: A discursive psychological approach to cognition and emotion. In: D. Fox, I. Prilleltensky & S. Austin (Eds.), Critical psychology: An introduction (2nd ed.). (pp. 176-194). Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications Ltd [[[Lg: English] [discursive psychology][critical psychology][memory][inequality][social justice][crying][interaction][Criticism][Discourse Analysis][Pragmatics][Psychology]]]

Hérot, C. (2002). Socialization of affect during mealtime interactions. In: S. Blum-Kulka, & C. E. Snow (Eds.), Talking to adults: The contribution of multiparty discourse to language acquisition. (pp. 155-179). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [socialization of affect ][emotions ][family interactions ][mother-child interactions ][verbal expression ][nonverbal tone of voice ][Emotions][Nonverbal Communication][Socialization][Verbal Communication ]]]

Herot, C. (2002). Socialization of affect during mealtime interactions. In: Snow, Catherine E., & Blum-Kulka, Shoshana. (Eds.), Talking to adults: The contribution of multiparty discourse to language acquisition. (pp.155-179). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. [[[socialization of affect] [emotions] [family interactions] [mother-child interactions] [verbal expression] [nonverbal tone of voice]]]
Hielscher, M. (1996). Emotion und Textverstehen: Eine Untersuchung zum Stimmungskongruenzeffekt. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. [[[b] [Psycholinguistics; Discourse analysis; Comprehension; Emotions]]]
Hood, S., & Forey, G. (2008). The interpersonal dynamics of call-centre interactions: co-constructing the rise and fall of emotion. Discourse & Communication, 2(4), 389-409. [[[communication]]]
Hopkins, N., Zeedyk, S., & Raitt, F. (2005). Visualising abortion: emotion discourse and fetal imagery in a contemporary abortion debate. Social Science & Medicine, 61(2), 393-403.
Horowitz, M. J., Milbrath, C., Jordan, D. S., & Stinson, C. H., et al. (1994). Expressive and defensive behavior during discourse on unresolved topics: A single case study of pathological grief. Special Issue: Psychodynamics and social cognition: Perspectives on the representation and processing of emotionally significant information. Journal of Personality, 62(4), 527-563. [[[brief psychotherapy] [oral communication] [emotional responses] [grief] [defense mechanisms] [adulthood]]]
Howe, N. (1991). Sibling-Directed Internal State Language, Perspective Taking, and Affective Behavior. Child Development, 62(6), 1503-1512. [[[Child Language] [Siblings] [Discourse Analysis] [Content Analysis] [Emotions]]]

Howe, N., & Rinaldi, C. M. (2004). 'You be the big Sister: Maternal-preschooler Internal State Discourse, Perspective-taking, and Sibling Caretaking. Infant and Child Development, 13(3), 217-234. [®PR[conceptual perspective; emotion; talk; socialization; conversations; ]]]

Hughey, M. W. (2012). Color Capital, White Debt, and the Paradox of Strong White Racial Identities. Du Bois Review-Social Science Research on Race, 9(1), 169-200. [[[whiteness; identity; racism; antiracism; narrative; schema; group position; united-states; antiracism; discourse; movement; race; multiculturalism; reproduction; blindness; emotion; ethnic studies; sociology]]]
Jablin, F. M., & Krone, K. (1984). Characteristics of Rejection Letters and Their Effects on Job Applicants. Written Communication, 1(4), 387-406. [[[text analysis] [emotion] [self perception] [applied linguistics] [discourse analysis] ]]
Jacobs, R. H., Pavuluri, M. N., Schenkel, L. S., Palmer, A., Shah, K., Vemuri, D., Whited, S., & Little, D. M. (2011). Negative emotion impacts memory for verbal discourse in pediatric bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 13(3), 287-293. [[[bipolar disorder; cognition; comprehension; emotion; language; neurocognitive function; neural circuitry; adolescents; amygdala; validity; children; events; adults; text; neurosciences & neurology; psychiatry]]]
Jian, G. W., Schmisseur, A. M., & Fairhurst, G. T. (2008). Organizational discourse and communication: the progeny of Proteus. Discourse & Communication, 2(3), 299-320. [[[communication; discourse; discourse analysis; organizational communication; organizational discourse; identity; talk; work; repertoires; performance; managerial; resistance; clinician; emotion; silence; communication]]]
Jimenez-Ortega, L., Martin-Loeches, M., Casado, P., Sel, A., Fondevila, S., de Tejada, P. H., Schacht, A., & Sommer, W. (2012). How the Emotional Content of Discourse Affects Language Comprehension. Plos One, 7(3), -. [[[event-related potentials; sentence comprehension; working-memory; brain ; science & technology - other topics]]]

Jones, S. C., & Hunter, M. (1996). The influence of context and discourse on infertility experience. Journal of Reproductive & Infant Psychology, 14(2), 93-111. [[[context & discourse, infertility experiences, males vs females in couples, implications for marital relationship counseling] [Conversation; Emotional Responses; Infertility; Adulthood; Couples; Marriage Counseling]]

Kampf, Z., & Blum-Kulka, S. (2007). Do children apologize to each other? Apology events in young Israeli peer discourse. Journal of Politeness Research-Language Behaviour Culture, 3(1), 11-37. [[[apology; remedial work; remedial competencies; pragmatic development; peer talk; social norms; strategies; english; politeness; emotion; talk; ]]]
Kelan, E. K. (2008). Emotions in a rational profession: The gendering of skills in ICT work. Gender Work and Organization, 15(1), 49-71. [[[gender; emotion; information communication technology; ideal worker; discourse analysis; hegemonic masculinity; practicing gender; airline industry; mens talk; ; management; women's studies]]]
Kelly, T., & Kelly, J. (1998). American Catholics and the discourse of fear. In: P. N. Stearns, & J. Lewis (Eds.), An emotional history of the United States. (pp. 259-279). New York, NY: New York University Press [[[Lg: English ] [fear & transformation in American Catholic emotionology ][Catholics][Emotions][Fear ]]]
Kemp, M. (2003). Hearts and minds: agency and discourse on distress. Anthropology and Medicine, 10 (2), 187-205. [[[ethnographic fieldwork] [psychosocial distress] [language] [experience] [sociocultural constraints] [narrative] [emotional distress]]]
Kidwell, M. (2006). 'Calm down'! the role of gaze in the interactional management of hysteria by the police. Discourse Studies, 8(6), 745-770. [[[directives; emotion; gaze; non-verbal communication; police; repair; organization; directives; openings; context; communication]]]

Kim, H. J., & Cameron, G. T. (2011). Emotions Matter in Crisis: The Role of Anger and Sadness in the Publics' Response to Crisis News Framing and Corporate Crisis Response. Communication Research, 38(6), 826-855. [[[crisis communication; emotions; appraisal theory; framing; appraisal-tendency framework; image repair discourse; cognitive-factors; ; communication]]]

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