Emotion 10-15 and Social Psychology 35-40

Emotion 10-15 and Social Psychology 35-40 - Emotion Mixture...

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Emotion Mixture of physiological arousal, outer physical expression and conscious experience More emphasis on the book on emotion than lecture Facial Expressions of Emotion 6 emotions represented through facial actions 1. Happiness 2. Sadness 3. Surprise 4. Fear 5. Anger 6. Disgust Charles Darwin (1872) Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals -Facial expressions are universal and inherited -Human and animal emotions are expressed in similar ways Darwin Revisited: The Research of Paul Ekman 1. Facial expressions carry the same meaning regardless of culture, context or language Display Rules Cultural standards that dictate the appropriate conditions for the display of emotion Facial Deceit Using face to lie about emotions Theories of Emotional Expression James-Lange Theory Automatic physiological responses occur before the experience of emotion (when you get pulled over, your stomach drops) Cannon-Bard Theory The brain (thalamus) experiences a stimulus and then sends simultaneous signals to the cerebral cortex and the ANS
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Emotion 10-15 and Social Psychology 35-40 - Emotion Mixture...

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