Organizational psychology scholars studying emotion typically use self-report responses to verbal questions to assess participants' current feeling or basic predisposition. These are referred to as Measures of Affect or Measures of Emotion.
A frequently used measure is the Positive Affect Negative Affect Scale (PANAS).
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