How to Pronounce PEES?

Correct pronunciation for the word "PEES" is [pˈiːz], [pˈiːz], [p_ˈiː_z].

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"PEES" in context

PEES (Physiological Equivalents of Emotion Scale) is a psychometric tool developed by Dr. Robert Plutchik in 1960. It's designed to measure emotional states or experiences. PEES is based on a three-dimensional model of emotion labeled the Interaction of Affective Components (IAC). The three dimensions include intensity, direction, and type. Each dimension can be measured on an 11-point scale and the resulting combination of these three scales produces 33 possible emotional experiences. For example, a low intensity negative emotion can be described as fear, while a high intensity positive emotion would be described as enthusiasm.


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