In order to understand the IEML paradigmatic tables, follow the reading instructions.

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Simple emotions (reminder)

See transversal concepts table 2 row 5

Fear = «m.i.-S:.U:.-‘» first column in tables below
Surprise = « m.i.-S:.A:.-‘» second column in tables below
Desire = «m.i.-B:.U:.-‘» third column in tables below
Anger = «m.i.-B:.A:.-‘» fourth column in tables below
Joy = «m.i.-T:.U:.-‘» fifth column in tables below
Sadness = «m.i.-T:.A:.-‘» sixth column in tables below

Complex sentiments

In each of the following six tables, there is one simple constant emotional quality (showed in the name of the table), which is combined with the other 5 and itself (in the six columns). The top row shows a feeling in its nascent state, and the bottom row shows it in full intensity.

Table 1: variations on fear

Table 2: variations on surprise

Table 3: variations on desire

Table 4: variations on anger

Table 5: variations on joy

Table 6: variations on sadness

Personality types
Table 7: introversion / extraversion and self-reference spectrum
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