15611_Edited Lecture 1

15611_Edited Lecture 1 - CHAPTER ONE EMOTIONAL AWARENESS...

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CHAPTER ONE EMOTIONAL AWARENESS “The unexamined life is not worth living” ~ Plato
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CHAPTER 1 EMOTIONAL AWARENESS Identify 3 components of the Triune Brain Theory Understand the responsibility of each component Evaluate a personal situation experienced through the Triune model
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Mind/Body Connection Mind Activities occurring in the brain Brain i Develops through early 20’s H Triune Brain Theory by Paul McLean Evolution results in 3 brains Hindbrain Neocortex Limbic System Pg. 5
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Hindbrain: Survival Brain Responsible for automatic behaviors -Digestion -Reproduction -Circulation -Breathing Most primitive Few emotions R complex or Reptilian Brain Pg. 6
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Limbic System – Feeling Brain Widest Range of Emotions Amygdala- Homeland Security - Processes emotions (especially aggression & fear) - Connects events with emotions Hippocampus - Long term Memory Storage and Recall Hypothalamus - Regulates secretion of hormones ~Dopamine – excitable/energy ~Serotonin – calming/chill Pg. 11
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SP 0710 taught by Professor Dino during the Spring '08 term at Full Sail.

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15611_Edited Lecture 1 - CHAPTER ONE EMOTIONAL AWARENESS...

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