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Unformatted text preview: Emotion
A positive or negative reaction to a
perceived or remembered object, event,
or circumstance, accompanied by a
subjective Basic Emotions
Basic Happy Sad Fear Anger Surprise Disgust Are Emotions Universal?
Are Does the Fore tribe in New Guinea
identify Caucasian facial expressions?
identify Beyond Basic Emotions
Beyond Social learning Combinations of emotions Basic emotions are independent of each
other Separate but Equal Emotions
Separate Positive and negative emotions can
coexist Approach emotions
Approach Love and happiness Withdrawal emotions
Withdrawal Fear and disgust Theories of Emotion:
James-Lange Theory Event Physiological
changes Emotion You feel emotions after your body reacts. Theories of Emotion:
Cannon-Bard Theory Event Physiological
arousal Emotion The event causes both arousal and emotion. Facial Feedback Hypothesis
Facial We experience emotions in part as a
result of the positions of our facial
muscles. Smiling makes you feel...
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Cusaac during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.
- Fall '08