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Emopedia: The Illustrated Guide to Emotions

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How many emotions do you know? Most people struggle to name a dozen. Emopedia is the best way of exploring the wonderful world of human feelings. 62 different emotions, incredible images, surprising facts, professional actors and original soundtracks allow you to find everything you need to understand and experience the most subtle shades of mood and feeling.
Without emotions, we would lose the ability to live and communicate with others. A smile says more than a thousand words, a tear is more powerful than the most refined argument and nothing keeps people away more effectively than the expression of disgust. We communicate around 40% of information without saying a word. We do this through emotions, attitudes and feelings.
Emotions are uniquely valuable because exchanging them is faster and more reliable than words, a telepathy of sorts. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is much more closely linked to achievement, wealth and social status than ordinary intelligence (IQ). If you want to succeed you can be unintelligent but you cannot be emotionally inept. If your dream is to be an actor, politician, manager or lover, emotions are your key to success.
We live to feel harmony and bliss, amazement and pride, curiosity and happiness. Grief helps us let go, anger gives us the strength to fight and disgust drives morality. Every emotion has meaning and their purpose is to make us human.
It’s time to open the door to the world of emotions!

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Emopedia: The Illustrated Guide to Emotions
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  • Category: Education
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  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 299 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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