080409 - Emotion and Arousal II

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Emotion and Arousal II PSYC1101 Lecture Romola Bucks 08/04/09 Three classes of state - State of consciousness - State *** Outline - Define emotion - Structure of emotions - Evolutionary perspective - Universal and innate - How emotions occur Definition of emotions - Organised psychological and physiological reactions to changes in one’s relationship to the world - These reactions are: *** How many different emotions have you experienced in you life so far? - Glee, happiness, lust, passion, envy, anger, rage, greed, sadness, depression, embarrassment, jealousy, confusion, affectionate, afraid, worried, weak, etc. Which emotions have you not yet experienced? - Structure of emotion - Core emotions Emotion mixing *** Dimensions of emotion - Intensity: o Annoyed angry rage fury - Valence: o Negative positive Plutchik’s model *** - Eight primary emotions made up of four opposed pairs Great egrts in breeding plumage fight in midair www.american scientist.org/articles/01articles/Plutchik.html#22228 Evolutionare perspectives - Experiential and expressive aspects ***
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course PSYC 1101 taught by Professor Mannen during the Spring '11 term at Texas Brownsville.

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