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   2012, Vol. 20 Issue (1) : 45-55     DOI:
研究方法 |
An Overview of Mood-induction Methods
ZHENG Pu;LIU Cong-Hui;YU Guo-Liang
(1 Department of Psychology, RenMin University of China, BeiJing, 100872, China)
(2 Institute of Psychology, RenMin University of China, BeiJing, 100872, China)
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Abstract  Inducing desired mood states in participants experimentally has been one of the standard paradigms in emotion research. A series of mood induction procedures (MIPs), including emotional picture MIP, music MIP, olfactory stimuli MIP, computer game MIP, facial/gesture feedback MIP were reviewed. Influencing factors, such as individual differences were analyzed. Then, after describing and evaluating current techniques for inducing pride in the laboratory, a modified pride-induction method named simulated competition was introduced.
Keywords mood-induction material      emotion-eliciting situation      simulated competition     
Corresponding Authors: YU Guo-Liang   
Issue Date: 12 January 2012
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