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Emotion: More Than a Feeling A feeling state involving a pattern of facial  and bodily changes, cognitive appraisals,  and beliefs. Emotion Physiological  Changes  (in  body and  facial muscles) Cognitive Processes  (interpreting the  emotional situation) Cultural Influences  (shape experience  and expression of  emotion)
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Theories of Emotion                             Common Sense An emotion-provoking stimulus produces the feeling of an  emotion, and then this feeling produces physiological  changes and behavior. Fear
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Theories of Emotion                             James-Lange Theory An emotion-provoking stimulus directly produces  physiological changes and behavior, and then these events  produce the feeling of an emotion. Fear
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Theories of Emotion                        Cannon-Bard Theory
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