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The Emotion Wheel

The Emotion Wheel

Given the complexity of emotions, Robert Plutchik created the Emotion Wheel to visualize the complexity of emotions and help people identify and label their emotions. The Emotion Wheel uses color to depict discrete emotions and blends of emotion, uses their gradients to express intensity, and uses the geometric shape to reflect polarity (or similarity) of emotions.


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What are emotions and what is the Emotion Wheel? Learn how to identify and label your emotions using the Emotion Wheel.

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