Unlocking Change – The Role of Adaptive Learning in Overcoming Phobias

Team IIBP Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, Issue 39, Mental Health, Social Psychology, Talent Management, Volume 4

Phobias, which are characterized by irrational and intense fears of particular objects or situations, can have a profound impact on an individual’s overall well-being. Although the roots of phobias can be intricate, the introduction of adaptive learning methods has introduced novel avenues for assisting individuals in conquering these fears. This article explores the revolutionary impact of adaptive learning on phobia …

Social Learning and Curiosity: How Peer Interactions Foster Adaptive Learning

Team IIBP Anveshan, Emotional Intelligence, General Psychology, Issue 39, Mental Health, Social Psychology, Training and Development, Volume 4

A vital component of human growth and development is learning. While traditional educational institutions are important for acquiring knowledge, social connections, and peer involvement account for a sizable percentage of our learning. This type of learning, known as social learning, is closely related to curiosity, the need we all have to look around us, ask questions, and try to comprehend …

Machine Learning and Emotions

Are machine learning algorithms able to decipher emotional state from everyday speech?

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The words that people use have been found to reflect stable psychological traits, but less is known about the extent to which everyday fluctuations in spoken language reflect transient psychological states. Researchers explored within-person associations between spoken words and self-reported state emotion among 185 participants who wore the Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR; an unobtrusive audio recording device) and completed experience sampling reports of their positive and negative emotions four times per day for seven days (1,579 observations). Following this, they examined language using the Linguistic …