posted by lily .
There is one more thing which is not 100 % clear to me. I am still writing my learning diary and have to write about my emotional temperature.I've googled it but still I am not sure what it is
I didn't find any satisfactory answer either. To me, emotional temperature is whether a person is calm, excitable, placid, a go-getter, etc.
Try the quiz at this site to find one interpretation of your emotional temperature.
Emotional temperature probably refers to the levels (amplitude) of emotion, regardless of what emotion is being felt or expressed. Being slightly sad would be a lower temperature than being severely depressed. Likewise, being slightly happy would be a lower temperature than being extremely joyful. Being a little upset would be lower than extreme anger.
This is likely to be related to the higher activity level of things as they are heated.
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.