Emotions - • Think about gut reactions or when you are...

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What are emotions?? What are emotions??
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Emotion, defined Critical internal structure that orients us to and  engages us with what matters in our lives encompasses both internal feelings felt by one  person and feelings that can be experienced only  in a relationship
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Three category systems Intensity Positive/negative (valence) Action/passivity
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Emotion, Cognition, and the  Body Dualism : way of thinking that constructs polar  opposite categories to encompass the totality of a thing  Planalp suggests that our reason can affect our emotion And that emotion can affect our reasoning
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Unformatted text preview: • Think about gut reactions or when you are experiencing extreme emotions- Can you reason rationally? Emotion and communication • Emotional experience : refers to the feeling of emotion • Emotional communication : means actually talking about experience • Communicating emotionally : suggests that the emotion itself is not the content of the message but rather a property of it How emotion is communicated • Facial Expressions • Vocal Cues • Gestures • Verbal Cues • Combining Cues FACIAL EXPRESSIONS Ravens’ Emotions...
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course SPCM 1500 taught by Professor Emmelhainz during the Fall '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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