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People 1. Charles Darwin a. Wrote the Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals b. Says that animals experience emotions like humans c. Emotions are threads of continuity d. A limited set of emotions exist across all species and cultures e. Positive emotions are hard to quantify 2. Paul Ekamn a. Identified facial expressions that can be identified across cultures b. Fear, happiness, anger, contempt, surprise, disgust, and sadness c. Was also able to identify microexpressions 3. Jeffery Mogil a. Studied the facial expressions of mice when in pain b. Created the “mouse facial grimace scale” c. When in pain their d. Squint their eyes e. Have a bulge on their nose and cheeks f. Push their ears down and back g. And tighten their whiskers onto their face 4. William James a. Your bodily response to a stimuli is what leads to the experience of emotion b. Developed the James-Lange Theory of Emotion 5. Walter Cannon a. Claimed that emotion could not be developed based on responses to stimuli because there wasn’t enough time for the body to create a physiological response before emotions have been detected. b. Created the Cannon-Bard Theory of Emotion 6. James Papez a. Proposed the Mechanism of Emotions b. Studied the brain regions associated with emotions and how they traveled through the brain c. Developed the Papez Circuit 7. Phineas Gage a. While working on the railroad had a spike go through his brain and cortex which caused him to have an inability to filter his emotional displays 8. Paul MacClean a. Used Papez’s circuit and information from Kluver-Bucy syndrome to study the specific brain areas associated with emotional processing 9. Joseph LeDoux
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a. Studied the conditioned fear response in mice using Pavlovian Classical Conditioning 10. Gustave Le Bon a.
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