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Also the children that had not been exposed to aggression did not show the same behavior. 3 out of 4 of the hypotheses were supported in this experiment. I learned that aggression can be very easily learned. Behaviors of adults are very easily transferred onto their children. In everyday life I can use this. People should watch how they behave and what they say around children. If I am every stuck in a
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situation with an aggressive child I better know how to resolve the problem and how the behavior was picked up. 2. Autonomic Nervous System Activity Distinguishes Among Emotions By: Paul Ekman, Robert W. Levenson, and Wallace V. Friesen These psychologists studied a wider range of emotions and facial expressions rather than the typical ones. They studied being surprised, disgusted, sadness, anger, fear, and happiness. Facial behavior was watched carefully on videotape, heart-rate was also measured, and temperatures were taken as well. The hypothesis was supported by the outcome of the experiments results. They had also found 3 negative findings. The forearm measurements came back not supporting either side. At the end the scientists found that differences between 4 negative emotions. They agreed further studies are needed to prove their hypothesis. I learned how emotions work. That emotions connect to your feelings that are showed threw body language, such as facial expressions. I can use this in everyday life. Having this knowledge I better know what kind of day someone is having, or what type
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