EmotionUnderstand

EmotionUnderstand - Understanding Emotion 1 Emotion 1...

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Unformatted text preview: Understanding Emotion 1. Emotion 1. Elements 2. Contrasting to motivation 2. Theories 1. James-Lange 2. Cannon-Bard 3. Cognitive 3. A Classic Experiment (Schacter & Singer) 1. Labelling feelings Definition ¡ emotion : a positive or negative reaction to a perceived or remembered object or event, accompanied by a subjective feeling ¡ emotion: a response involving ¢ physiological arousal ¢ expressive behaviour(s) ¢ conscious experience Two Dimensions Positive valence Negative valence High arousal Low arousal pleasant relaxation joy sadness fear anger Emotion vs Motivation ¡ differentiating ¢ emotion : usually external stimulus, subjective, affective ¢ motivation : usually internal stimulus, goal-directed ¡ emotional physiological changes come from the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system Intuitive (Common Sense) Model James-Lange Theory James-Lange Theory ¡ perception of the physiological changes IS the emotion ¡ feeling of emotion is feedback from bodily changes in response to external stimuli...
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