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1 Emotions Emotions Tonia Pieper Axia College at University of Phoenix
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2 Emotions Darwin's original theories were that emotions evolved via natural selection and  therefore have cross culturally universal counterparts. Furthermore animals undergo  emotions comparable to our own.  Research in this area focuses on physical displays of  emotions including body language of animals and humans.               A James-Lange theory argues that emotional experience is largely due to the  experience of bodily changes.  These changes might be visceral, postural, or facially  expressive.  This theory is derivates state that a changed situation leads to changed  bodily state.  James further claims that "we feel sorry because we cry, angry because  we strike, afraid because we tremble, and not that we cry, strike, or tremble, because  we are sorry, angry, or fearful, as the case may be."              Cannon-Bard argued against the dominance of the James-Lange theory 
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