Chapter 11 - Chapter 11 Emotion and Motivation A. Theories...

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Chapter 11 Emotion and Motivation A. Theories of Emotion 1. Discrete Emotion Theory (人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人) 1.1) Adaptive Value of Emotions 人人人人人人人人人人人,人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人,人人人人人人人人人人人人人,人人人人人人人人 1.2) Emotions in Humans and Animals 人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人人 evolutionary roots. 人人人人人Charles Darwin, Jaak Panksepp. 1.3) Development of Emotions 人人人人人人人人人人人人人 1.4) Primary Emotions (most cross-culturally universal): Happiness, sadness, surprise, anger, disgust, fear, contempt (人人) 1.4.a. 人人人人人人人人人 PE 人人人人人人人 1.4.b. Happiness 人 common, 人人人人人人人人人人人人人人 1.5) Secondary Emotions 人人 Primary Emotion 人“人人人”人Secondary Emotion 人人“人人人”人人人 combination 人人人人人人人人人人 1.6) Accompaniments of Emotional Expressions 人人 primary emotion 人人人人人人人人人人人人人 1.6.a. Emotions and Physiology (人人人)
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