Psychology 101 – Lecture Notes on Chapter 12 (10:26:11)

Psychology 101 – Lecture Notes on Chapter 12 (10:26:11)

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Psycology 101 – Lecture Notes on Chapter 12 Emotion: Behavioral Factors o Nonverbal expression of emotions o Identifying 6 emotions: happiness, anger, sadness, surprise, fear, and disgust o While these emotions are universal, they are not universally determined A smile is a smile, but what makes people smile is different o Facial Feedback Hypothesis Facial expression can influence emotion Supports the James-Lange Theory of emotion New study: The Effects of Botox on Emotion
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Unformatted text preview: Classifying Emotions o The Wheel Model Plutchik (See at end) Four Dimensions of Emotion 1. Positive or negative 2. Mixed or primary 3. Many are opposite 4. Vary on inensity o Broaden and Build Model: Positive Emotion (see at end) Mechanics of how positive emotions were important to survival if we give you space for your emotion, and try to understand that emotion, you will be more effective The Wheel Model Broaden and Build Model...
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Psychology 101 – Lecture Notes on Chapter 12 (10:26:11)

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