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Lectures2c_2010_winter - The Development of Reactivity and...

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The Development of Reactivity and Regulation The Development of Reactivity and Regulation Nim Tottenham, Ph.D. UCLA Department of Psychology
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What is emotion? “one of the most significant things ever said about emotion may be that everyone knows what it is until they are asked to define it” – Joseph LeDoux (1996)
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What is emotion? Emotion = reflects a kind of motion outward An inferred complex sequence of reactions to a stimulus including cognitive evaluations, subjective changes, autonomic and neural arousal, impulses to action , and behavior designed to have an effect (functional) upon the stimulus that initiated the complex sequence (Plutchik, 1982) – Inferred – Reaction – Functional ***Cognitive appraisal, feeling, and action***
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