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Psy3_L10 - Biological Basis of Psychology Psychology 3...

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Biological Basis of Psychology Psychology 3 Skirmantas Janusonis Lecture 10 July 20, 2010
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FINAL EXAM July 29 (Thursday)
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Evaluation Sheets (next Tuesday)
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Chapter Fourteen Emotion, Reward, Aggression, and Stress
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Reading Assignment Please read Chapter 14. The review sheets are posted online. Not everything will be covered in class!
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What is an Emotion? Emotions are subjective experiences that arise spontaneously and unconsciously in response to the environment around us. Emotions have two components : physical reaction (rapid heartbeat, etc.) conscious experience or feeling
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Functions of Emotion Arousal Communication
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Pathways Voluntary expressions (smile for the camera!) involve the primary motor cortex . Spontaneous expressions (smiling at a joke) involve the basal ganglia . People with cortical damage (picture) can smile spontaneously, but not on command. People with damage to basal ganglia can
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2010 for the course PSY 3 taught by Professor Cohen during the Summer '10 term at UCSB.

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