The NRC Word-Emotion Association Lexicon is available for use through a research license. The lexicon is a list of English words and their associations with eight emotions (anger, fear, anticipation, trust, surprise, sadness, joy, and disgust) and two sentiments (negative and positive). The annotations were done manually through Amazon's Mechanical Turk for more than 14,000 common English words. If you are interested in obtaining the lexicon, then send an email to: saif.mohammad at nrc-cnrc.gc.ca. Please put "NRC word-emotion association lexicon" in the subject line. You can simply reply to this email too, but please do not respond to the whole list as that will inconvenience others.
Details of the lexicon can be found in the following peer-reviewed publications:
-- Crowdsourcing a Word-Emotion Association Lexicon, Saif Mohammad and Peter Turney, To Appear in Computational Intelligence, Wiley Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
-- Emotions Evoked by Common Words and Phrases: Using Mechanical Turk to Create an Emotion Lexicon", Saif Mohammad and Peter Turney, In Proceedings of the NAACL-HLT 2010 Workshop on Computational Approaches to Analysis and Generation of Emotion in Text, June 2010, LA, California.
-- Tracking Sentiment in Mail: How Genders Differ on Emotional Axes, Saif Mohammad and Tony Yang, In Proceedings of the ACL 2011 Workshop on ACL 2011 Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis (WASSA), June 2011, Portland, OR.
Best wishes. Saif Mohammad and Peter Turney National Research Council Canada