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Table 9 Emotions that were rated by participants

From: An investigation into users’ considerations towards using password managers

Emotions
1. Confident (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
2. Secure (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
3. Sad (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
4. Depressed (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
5. Down (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
6. Afraid (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
7. Nervous (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
8. Anxious (e.g., because one’s time is being used by the password manager)
9. Angry (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
10. Insulted (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
11. Hostile (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
12. Surprised (e.g., because one does not expect how hard or easy the password manager is to use)
13. Dazed (e.g., because one does not expect how hard or easy the password manager is to use)
14. Confused (e.g., because one does not expect how hard or easy the password manager is to use)
15. Freaked out (e.g., because one does not expect how hard or easy the password manager is to use)
16. Disgusted (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
17. Dismayed (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
18. Distraught (e.g., because using the password manager is inconvenient)
19. Cared-for (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
20. Friendly (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
21. Welcomed (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
22. Powerful (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
23. Energetic (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
24. Vigorous (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
25. Isolated (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
26. Lonely (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
27. Abandoned (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
28. Proud (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
29. Triumphant (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
30. Arrogant (e.g., because one knows of danger and is taking precautions)
31. Ashamed (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
32. Guilty (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
33. Embarrassed (e.g., because one’s precautions may be inadequate)
34. Scornful (e.g., because the danger is easily countered)
35. Contemptuous (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
36. Disdainful (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
37. Humiliated (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
38. Dishonored (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
39. Resentful (e.g., because the danger is not easily countered)
40. Grateful (e.g. because the system has given one tools to respond)
41. Respectful (e.g. because the system has given one tools to respond)
42. Admiring (e.g. because the system has given one tools to respond)
43. Trusting (e.g. because the system has given one tools to respond)
44. Suspicious (e.g. because the tool may be unreliable)
45. Happy (e.g., because one is protected from possible danger)
  1. The entries above were prefixed with “One might feel ...” to create the question used on the survey