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'''Emotionality''' in this context is a [[personality trait]] associated with the ongoing tendency of individuals to overreact to emotional situations. It is associated with the physiological component of [[anxiety]], and can manifest itself as [[muscle tension]], elevated [[heart rate]], [[sweating]], feeling sick and shaking.
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'''[[Emotionality]]''' in this context is a [[personality trait]] associated with the ongoing tendency of individuals to overreact to emotional situations. It is associated with the physiological component of [[anxiety]], and can manifest itself as [[muscle tension]], elevated [[heart rate]], [[sweating]], feeling sick and shaking.
   
   

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Emotionality in this context is a personality trait associated with the ongoing tendency of individuals to overreact to emotional situations. It is associated with the physiological component of anxiety, and can manifest itself as muscle tension, elevated heart rate, sweating, feeling sick and shaking.


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