emotion

Motherboard

This Interactive Map of Human Emotional Sounds Is Both Horny and Horrifying

Researchers plotted “vocal bursts” on a map, and found that we experience around 24 nonverbal emotions.
Samantha Cole
2.14.19
New music

Give Thanks for This Full-Length Tribute to Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Emotion'

Fifteen artists got together to cover every song on Jepsen's pop masterpiece, and all the proceeds from the album's sales are going to Immigration Equality.
Alex Robert Ross
11.21.18
Noisey

Hell Yeah, Here's Carly Rae Jepsen's New Single "Party For One"

The Canadian pop star's first single since last year's "Cut to the Feeling" is another vibrant, synth-inflected gem.
Alex Robert Ross
11.1.18
crime

My Time in an Outlaw Motorcycle Club Taught Me It's OK to Cry

Imagine a culture in which dead friends and lost childhoods are the norm.
Mahmood Fazal
5.13.18
Dating

People Tell Us What Things They Kept After Breaking Up with Their Ex

Whether for sentimental, greedy, or petty reasons, people like to hold on to keepsakes of past lovers. Some take things a bit further than a favorite comfy band tee.
Justin Caffier
7.26.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's Carly Rae Jepsen's Inevitably Euphoric "Cut to the Feeling" Video

Feel things!
Alex Robert Ross
6.22.17
don't freak out

LSD Makes It Harder to Recognize Fear in Others

The inability to recognize fear in others while on LSD may help treat depression and anxiety.
Daniel Oberhaus
4.4.17
short films

[Premiere] An Intense Interrogation Journeys to the Heart of Human Emotion in This Short Film

An interrogation scene becomes an immersive and intense portrayal of human emotions in short film 'Böisé,' directed by Nicolas Cambier.
Kevin Holmes
2.27.17
behavior

People Who Take Revenge Do It to Restore Inner Peace, Study Says

We talked to a researcher behind a new study on the motivations behind revenge to find out why burning all your ex's clothes just feels right.
Kimberly Lawson
1.11.17
Science

Emotional Hangovers Are Real, Science Confirms

Researchers have found that your reaction to an emotional stimulus can affect the way you remember subsequent neutral events.
Sarah Hagi
12.29.16
Technology

This App Tells You What to Eat Based on How You’re Feeling

Just Eat has created an app that scans users’ faces for emotion, then makes menu suggestions based on whether they’re feeling angry, stressed, or happy.
Phoebe Hurst
11.29.16
Art

Get Mad | GIF Six-Pack

Turn that anger into something creative and positive.
Beckett Mufson
11.11.16
0104