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Emotion
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Overview Emotion Emotion regulation Emotion transmission 
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What was the strongest emotion you’ve  felt recently? What caused you to feel that way?
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What is emotion? Multi-component process -- involves changes in: Subjective experience Cognition Behavior Physiology
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What is emotion? Biologically based AND socially formed. Some “universal” aspects (physiology, maybe some facial expressions). But many culturally specific aspects (emotion labels, display rules, range of emotions).
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Functions of emotion Rapid response to evolutionarily important events. Coordination of cognition, physiology, and behavior in response to important events.
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Functions of emotion Coordination with con-specifics -- communicating intent -- mating, fighting. Communicating environmental information -- safety versus danger. Interesting study -- monkeys can learn to fear a plastic toy snake by watching another monkey on video!
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Emotion Regulation
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