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1 Experienced Emotion Module 42
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2 Experienced Emotion Izard (1977) has isolated 10 emotions. And most of them are present in infancy, excluding contempt, shame and guilt. L e w M e r r i m / P h o t o R e s e a r c h e r s , I n c . N a n c y B r o w n / T h e I m a g e B a n k T o m M c C a r t h y / R a i n b o w P a t r i c k D o n e h u e / P h o t o R e s e a r c h e r s , I n c . M a r c G r i m b e r g / T h e I m a g e B a n k B o b D a e m m r i c h / T h e I m a g e W o r k s M i c h a e l N e w m a n / P h o t o E d i t
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Effects of Facial Expression Expressions communicate emotion, but also amplify and regulate it. Subtly inducing students to frown caused students to feel a little angry. Just activating one of the smiling muscles by holding a pen in the teeth caused people to find cartoons more amusing. Vaugn and Lanzetta found that students perspired more and had faster heart rates when asked to make a pained expression whenever a shock was given to someone they were asked to watch (1981).
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4 Dimensions of Emotion People generally divide emotions into two dimensions
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5 Fear Fear can torment us, rob us of sleep and preoccupy our thinking. But fear can be adaptive – it  makes us run away from danger, brings us closer as groups, protects us from injury and harm.
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6 Learning Fear W a t s o n   ( 1 8 7 8 - 1 9 5 8 ) We learn fear in two ways through  conditioning  and/or  through  observation . By Monika Suteski
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7 The Biology of Fear Some fears are easier to learn than others. The amygdala  in the brain associates emotions like fear with certain  situations.
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