6-30-11 - Emotion*1130 Hart Hall[TUES MOVIE 5 key features...

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6/30/11 Emotion **1130 Hart Hall [TUES MOVIE] 5 key features of emotions 1. They are reactive a. Triggered by our perception of an outside world 2. They involve physiological arousal a. Heart beat, blood pressure, perspiration 3. To experience emotion, you have to be aware of it and aware of your interpretation of it 4. They are managed in the way we display emotions by cultural, historical, and relational contexts a. Allow us to manage our emotions accordingly 5. They are tied to verbal and non-verbal displays Based on these 5 features… Emotion Intense reaction to an event that involves interpreting the meaning of an event, becoming physiologically aroused, labeling the experience as emotional, attempting to manage our reaction, and communicating this reaction in the form of emotional displays and disclosures Emotions vs. Feelings vs. Moods Feelings - Short term reactions to events - Limited physiological arousal - Last a few seconds or minutes - Experience hundreds of them daily Moods -
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course CMN 003 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '11 term at UC Davis.

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6-30-11 - Emotion*1130 Hart Hall[TUES MOVIE 5 key features...

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