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Emotion%2C+motivation%2C+stress - Psychology is the study...

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Psychology is the study of the mind . . . and the body because mind and body interact to shape psychological functioning Examples of mind- body interaction anxiety midafternoon snacking drinking (alcohol) EMOTION states of arousal involving physiological changes, cognitive evaluations, action tendencies, subjective feelings, and expressions to others
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PRIMARY EMOTIONS such as happiness, fear, anger, surprise, disgust, sadness deep Deeply-rooted in our biological heritage, emerge early in life, and are probably universal SECONDARY EMOTIONS such as guilt, pride, gratitude, embarrassment, shame, empathy not as biologically basic, develop somewhat later in life, and are strongly affected by culture The sympathetic nervous system accounts for many of the physiological changes associated with emotion, such as rapid heart rate, accelerated breathing, and heightened energy.
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The sympathetic nervous system mobilizes the body’s resources to deal with emergencies or strenuous activity
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