Emotion - Emotion Roadmap Introduction Theories of Emotion...

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1 Emotion Roadmap Introduction Theories of Emotion Expression and Recognition of Emotion Introduction Emotion: Particular kind of subjective feeling that consists of 1. Physiological arousal 2. Expressive behaviors 3. Conscious or Subjective experience
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2 Theories of Emotion Common Sense Stimulus —> Emotion —> Physiological Reaction Theories of Emotion James-Lange Theory Stimulus —> Physiological Reaction —> Emotion Theories of Emotion Cannon-Bard Theory • Argued that James-Lange theory was incorrect Different emotions have similar physiological states Many physiological states occur too slowly Experiencing physiological state does NOT always lead to experiencing emotion
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Theories of Emotion Cannon-Bard Theory, cont. Stimulus Physiological Reaction Emotion Theories of Emotion Schachter-Singer Cognitive Arousal Theory Experience of emotion consists of 1. Physiological Arousal 2. Cognitive Label Theories of Emotion Schachter-Singer Cognitive Arousal Theory, cont. Stimulus
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