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Mail about feeling word
Here is a mail I got in 2012. I am
cleaning out my inbox a little today...
Let me introduce myself, my name is Ruvita, I'm a student
in Maastricht University, right now I'm working on my
Text Mining assignment, my assignment aims to detect the
degree of depression of a patient by analyzing
her/his pre-treatment email, This task is done by doing
some computation on positive and negative emotional words
written in their email. I found usefull wordlist of
negative feeling words on your web but the word listed in
the is only from A-S ,and it's free to donate new words.
I found these word not yet included in the list :
sorrow envy cruelty grief avarice rage
by any chance, the
website stated that a free copy of the list to
anyone who donates new words , I wish i can get a
copy of the list by giving new words because it will be
very helpfull for me and of course hopefully
these words will enriched the list.
Thanks in advance
I have a couple comments...
1. I checked the fw.htm page
and I found all the words on her list, or a variation of
2. It is painful for me to see that she is being taught
to call depressed people "patients"
3. It is painful that they are using a computer program
at all with someone who is depressed. Do they have that
many? If so, why? What is wrong with Dutch society? I
could answer that question myself but to answer it fully
would take me a long time. But I will point to how the
Dutch were one of the groups of people who kept the
apartheid system going in South Africa for so long. Along
with the British, another culture famous for its empathy.
Not. And the Dutch are also famous for their efficiency,
rationality. But not for their empathy.
BTW I am in a particularly bitter
mood right now because I am feeling a lot of pain from
the loss of my partner Priscilla.
I am tempted to write back to this
person and show her my page on psychology students and my page on anti-psychiatry
and my page on depresssion.
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