emotionality

[ih-moh-shuh-nal-i-tee]
noun
emotional state or quality: the emotionality of the artistic temperament.

Origin:
1860–65; emotional + -ity

hyperemotionality, noun
overemotionality, noun
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emotional (ɪˈməʊʃənəl)
 
adj
1.  of, characteristic of, or expressive of emotion
2.  readily or excessively affected by emotion
3.  appealing to or arousing emotion: an emotional piece of music
4.  caused, determined, or actuated by emotion rather than reason: an emotional argument
 
emotion'ality
 
n
 
e'motionally
 
adv

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Such aesthetics of emotionality, however, had ambivalent futures ahead of them.
As evidence that humans are the principal source of emotionality among human
  artifacts, consider human visual signs.
In any case, as a scientist, a term needs to be low on emotionality and high on
  descriptive content.
These comments are a great example of rationality vs emotionality.
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