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As I mentioned in the comments, the tool we're using is pyAudioAnalysis. The tool's author, Theodoros Giannakopoulos, also wrote an earlier paper "A dimensional approach to emotion recognition of speech from movies" This "Emotion Wheel" from that paper appears to be exactly what I was looking for: It's also worth mentioning, maybe, that this later paper ...


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Coming in super late to this one, but I think Nick's answer only gets at one side of the equation. He's suggesting that sadness might cause stomach pain (somatization), which is likely true. However, it's also possible that stomach pain causes negative affect (in a non-trivial way, independent of the affect associated with the pain itself). That is, ...



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