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Chapter 12 Learning Objectives

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Chapter 12 Learning Objectives 1. Display Rules- Social norms that regulate how, when, where, how much emotions to express. For emotions across culture. They differ across cultures: Americans are better at recognizing anger and sadness and Americans are more likely to express negative emotions in public. 2. Paul Ekman studied facial expressions across cultures and found that the 6 main facial expressions have the same meaning all around the world. 3. Innate emotions- fear, anger, sadness, disgust, surprise, happiness. We know that they are innate because infants in all cultures develop facial expressions at about the same age. 4-6 weeks – smiling 3-4 months – anger and sadness 5-7 months – fear Children born with hearing and visual impairments still show basic emotions. 4. Two-factor model of emotion- two variables describe human emotion. Ex: what emotions would someone feel if the had: Low arousal and positive effect relaxation High arousal and negative effect rage 5.Eemotions are functional because they are a form of language. People can understand
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