A pervasive and sustained emotion that colors the perception of the world.
Conunon examples of mood include depression, elation, anger, and anxiety. In contrast to affect, which refers to more fluctuating changes in emotional "weather," mood refers to a more pervasive and sustained emotional "climate."
Types of mood include:
An unpleasant mood, such as sadness, anxiety, or irritability.
An exaggerated feeling of well-being, or euphoria or elation. A person
with elevated mood may describe feeling "high," "ecstatic," "on top of the
world," or "up in the clouds."
Mood in the "normal" range, which implies the absence of depressed
or elevated mood.
lack of restraint in expressing one's feelings, frequently with an
overvaluation of one's significance or importance.
Easily anoyed and provoked to anger.
This is from the dsm IV
Do you guys think these are temperaments? Maybe communication styles.
How would you link those to socionics?