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Season 1, episode 6
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"Je suis une éponge", "Je prends trop à coeur les émotions des autres" : voilà quelques exemples de phrases que nous pouvons entendre pour, notamment, définir l'hypersensibilité. Dans cet épisode on parle de l'hypersensibilité, de ses fondements, de ses conséquences et de ce que la société et les réseaux sociaux peuvent en dire. 

Les sources et ressources sur l'hypersensibilité :

Base de données réalisée par Stéphanie Aubertin

Définition du « tempérament » :


Les vidéos :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7r7KZyjGhoE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTvVuVqIdig&t=0s

Hypersensibilité :

Jagiellowicz J., Xu X., Aron A., Aron E., Cao G., Feng T., Weng X. (2011). The trait of sensory processing sensitivity and neural responses to changes in visual scenes. Social Cognitive Affect Neuroscience; 6(1):38-47.

Lionetti F., Aron A., Aron E., Burns G.L., Jagiellowicz J. & Pluess M. (2018). Dandelions, tulips and orchids: evidence for the existence of low-sensitive, medium-sensitive and high-sensitive individuals. Transl Psychiatry 8, 24

Pluess M. Individual Differences in Environmental Sensitivity (2015). Child Development Perspectives

Grimen H. & Diseth A. (2016). Sensory Processing Sensitivity: Factors of the Highly Sensitive Person Scale and Their relationships to Personality and Subjective Health Complaints. Comprehensive Psychology, 5: 1–10

Smolewska K., McCabe S., Woody E. (2006). A psychometric evaluation of the Highly Sensitive Person Scale: The components of sensory-rocessing sensitivity and their relation to the BIS/BAS and ‘‘Big Five’’. Personality and Individual Differences 40, 1269–1279

Aron A., Aron E. & Jagiellowicz J. (2012). Sensory Processing Sensitivity: A Review in the Light of the Evolution of Biological Responsivity. Personality and Social Psychology Review 16(3) 262–282.

Ershova R., Yarmotz E., Koryagina T., Semeniak I., Shlyakhta D., Tarnow E. (2018) A psychometric evaluation of the highly sensitive person scale: the components of sensory- processing sensitivity. Electron J Gen Med ;15(6)

Intensité affective :

Larsen, R. J. (2009). Affect intensity. In M. R. Leary & R. H. Hoyle (Eds.), Handbook of individual differences in social behavior (p. 241–254). The Guilford Press.

Larsen, R. J. (1987). The stability of mood variability: A spectral analytic approach to daily mood assessments. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 52, 1195–1204.

Larsen, R. J., & Augustine, A. A. (2008). Basic personality dispositions related to approach and avoidance: Extraversion/neuroticism, BIS/BAS, and positive/ negative affect. In A. J. Elliot (Ed.), Handbook of approach and avoidance motivation (pp. 151–164). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Larsen, R. J., & Baggs, D. W. (1986). Some psychophysical and personality correlates of the Strelau Temperament Inventory. Personality and Individual Differences, 7, 561–565.

Larsen, R. J., Billings, D. W., & Cutler, S. E. (1996). Affect intensity and individual differences in informational style. Journal of Personality, 64, 185–207.

Larsen, R. J., Diener, E., & Emmons, R. A. (1986). Affect intensity and reactions to daily life events. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 803–814.

Larsen, R.J. & Zarate M. A. (1991). Extended Reducer/Augmenter Theory into the emotion domain: yhe rôle of affect in regulating stimulation level. Person. indicid. Difl Vol. 12. No. 7. pp. 713-723, 19.

Blascovich, J., Adlin, R., Brennan, K., Coad, M. L., Hughes, P., Kelsey, R. M., et al. (1992). Affect intensity and cardiac arousal. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 63, 164–174.

Engelberg, E., & Sjöberg, L. (2004). Emotional intelligence, affect intensity, and social adjustment. Personality and Individual Differences, 37, 533–542.

Flett, G. L., Blankstein, K. R., Bator, C., & Pliner, P. (1989). Affect intensity and self-control of emotional behaviour. Personality and Individual Differences, 10, 1–5.

Kardum, I. (1999). Affect intensity and frequency: Their relation to mean level and variability of positive and negative affect and Eysenck’s personality traits. Personality and Individual Differences, 26, 33–47.

Maio, G. R., & Esses, V. M. (2001). The need for affect: Individual differences in the motivation to approach or avoid emotions. Journal of Personality, 69, 583–615.

McFatter, R. M. (1998). Emotional intensity: Some components and their relations to extraversion and neuroticism. Personality and Individual Differences, 24, 747–758.

Moore, D. J., Harris, W. D., & Chen, H. C. (1995). Affect intensity: An individual difference response to advertising appeals. Journal of Consumer Research, 22, 154–164.

Rusting, C. L., & Larsen, R. J. (1995). Moods as sources of stimulation: Relationships between personality and desired mood states. Personality and Individual Differences, 19, 321–329.

Vanman, E. J., Dawson, M. E., & Brennan, P. A. (1998). Affective reactions in the blink of an eye: Individual differences in subjective experience and physiological responses to emotional stimuli. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 24, 994–1005.

Modèles biopsychosociaux :

Blascovich, J. & Tomaka J. (1996). The biopsychosocial model of arousal regulation. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 28.

Blascovich, J. & Mendes W.B. (2010). Social Psychophysiology and Embodiment in Handbook of Social Psychology, chap 6. John Wiley & Sons; 5th Edition.

Matthews G. (2017). Cognitive-Adaptive Trait Theory: A Shift in Perspective on Personality. Journal of Personality 86(1)

Modèles biologiques :

Eysenck, H. J. (1967). The biological basis of personality. Springfield, IL: Thomas.

Gale, A. (1986). Extraversion–introversion and spontaneous rhythms of the brain: Retrospect and prospect. In J. Strelau, F. Fareley, & A. Gale (Eds.), The biological bases of personality and behavior (pp. 25–42). Washington, DC: Hemisphere.

Herzog, T., Williams, D. M., & Weintraub, D. J. (1985). Meanwhile, back at personality ranch: The augmenters and reducers ride again. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48, 1342–1352.

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Episode comments

Sujet très intéressant, belle analyse sur les amalgames réalisés quant au terme d'hypersensibilité devenu très à la mode.

Je trouve cependant l'intonation de Mathilde un peu trop "colérique" parfois 😉

Beaucoup de tics de langages également "et caetera" ,et rires nerveux pour des phrases très sérieuses de sens,la voix posée de Léa est plus agréable à l'écoute 😊

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