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LANGUAGE OF EMOTIONS, PROCESS OF MEMORIZATION AND CREATIVITY IN HYBRID COMMUNICATION

Euphrosyne Efthimiadou
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Euphrosyne Efthimiadou: Department of Aeronautical Sciences, Hellenic Air Force Academy, Dekeleia, Greece

Annals of the University of Craiova, Series Psychology, Pedagogy, 2023, vol. 45, issue 1, 9-21

Abstract: In the socio-professional but also educational context, hybrid communication has exploded and has exerted a strong influence on our psychic but still physical life. In this sense, cybernetics makes it possible to exploit the mechanism of control and interaction in people in continuous motion. With the integration of digital media in all circumstances of human life, the exchange of digital data is continuously spreading without neglecting that these new modes of communication and collaboration can also condition our sensations but also our behavior by exerting an influence on our perceptions and thoughts but also on our mental state. On the other hand, human capacities linked to psychomotor factors make it possible to cultivate critical thinking, a sense of responsibility and cooperation. Yet, the risk of disruption could lead to a break with psychomotor investment. Ultimately, it is necessary to take into account social cognition and the role of memory in online interactions and learning techniques with the recourse of computer systems because the memorization of lived facts becomes profound if one experiences each situation in a state of strong emotion.

Keywords: Strong emotional state; Memory process; Social cognition; Hybrid communication; Media and digital platforms. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
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