EMOTIONS
December 4, 2012
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the discussion about “Emotion”,
you are expected to:

COGNITIVE:
Ψ determine various Theories of
...
AFFECTIVE:
control unnecessary emotion
Ψ listen critically and purposely with
one’s sharing of emotion
Ψ

PSYCHOMOTOR:
Ψ

...
Emotion
Charades
“Imagine a world
without emotions”
It was not your birthday. There were no
special occasions. A dear friend
nevertheless decided to buy you a gift,
something...
Wouldn’t this
disappoint your
friend terribly?
Wouldn’t your
world appear to
be so dull and
unexciting?
EMOTION
What is it?
“spontaneous reaction and
movement either towards an
appraised pleasurable object or
stimulus (positive) or aw...
ELEMENTS
OF
EMOTION
Emotions are
always
understood in
reference to how
we cognitively
interpret or
evaluate an
object, stimulus
or event

ONE
Emotions
always involve
an affective
state – positive
or negative,
pleasant or
unpleasant


TWO
THREE
Emotions are always
accompanied by a
physiological
arousal –facial
expression, voice
modulation,
postural change,
bo...
Emotions
carry a
readiness to
act towards
something – a
behavioral
intent
FOUR
TYPES
OF
EMOTION
THREE BASIC EMOTIONS

LOVE
FEAR
ANGER
CHARACTERISTICS
OF
EMOTION
Ψ

Emotions are simply
subjective information

Ψ

Emotions are neither right
or wrong, good or bad

Ψ

Emotions are only w...
Ψ

Emotions may or may not be
accurate

Ψ

Emotions are fleeting and
transitory

Ψ

Emotions stay with us until
they are h...
THEORIES OF
EMOTION
JAMES-LANGE THEORY
(William James and Carl Lange)

This theory proposes that
conscious emotional experiences
are caused by...
Stimulus

Thalamus

Hypothalamus

Bodily
Reaction

Cortex

RUN/CRY

FEAR
This theory states that the
conscious emotional
experiences and physiological
reaction and behavior are
relatively indepen...
(emotional experience)
FEAR

Cortex
Stimulus

Bodily
Reaction

Thalamus
Hypothalamus
(physiological reactions)
This theory states that individual
is not affected by the events but
by the individual’s interpretation
of these
Stimulus
(emotional experience)
interpretation

Thalamus

Cortex

Hypothalamus

Bodily
Reaction
Cannon-Bard Theory further
believes that emotional arousal
is diffused and not specific to
different emotions
That is why ...
THE
MANAGEMENT
OF EMOTIONS
(Ernest Tan)
Step 1
NOTICE AND BE
AWARE
Take note and be sensitive of what
is going on inside you
Step 2
INDENTIFY AND NAME
Attempt to give your experience
an identity and name
Step 3
OWN AND ACCEPT
Claim this emotion, rather than
deny it. Denial makes you
succumb to the negative effects
of the emo...
Step 4
DISCERN AND
APPROPRIATE
Think through what is most healthy
and appropriate given your
situation and decide to act o...
EMOTIONAL
INTELLIGENCE
Ψ

Emotional Intelligence
to describe qualities like
understanding one’s own
feelings, empathy for the feelings
of others,...
Ψ He

introduce the term EQ
which refers to Emotional
Intelligence
INTRAPERSONAL

INTERPERSONAL

Pertains to inneroriented ability
of the person

Skill or ability to
understand and
relate w...
Emotion
Emotion
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Emotion

709

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
709
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
32
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Emotion

  1. 1. EMOTIONS December 4, 2012
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES At the end of the discussion about “Emotion”, you are expected to: COGNITIVE: Ψ determine various Theories of Emotion Ψ describe and understand the nature of emotion
  3. 3. AFFECTIVE: control unnecessary emotion Ψ listen critically and purposely with one’s sharing of emotion Ψ PSYCHOMOTOR: Ψ demonstrate effective ways of handling emotions
  4. 4. Emotion Charades
  5. 5. “Imagine a world without emotions”
  6. 6. It was not your birthday. There were no special occasions. A dear friend nevertheless decided to buy you a gift, something she knew would make you overjoyed. She wrapped it beautifully with colorful papers and attractive ribbons. She excitedly jumped out of the closet to surprise you with a gift. But you had no emotional reaction. You simply looked at her and the gift with a blank stare.
  7. 7. Wouldn’t this disappoint your friend terribly? Wouldn’t your world appear to be so dull and unexciting?
  8. 8. EMOTION
  9. 9. What is it? “spontaneous reaction and movement either towards an appraised pleasurable object or stimulus (positive) or away from an appraised unpleasurable object or stimulus (negative) with its corresponding physiological and motor reactions” (Fr. Ben Carlos, S.J.)
  10. 10. ELEMENTS OF EMOTION
  11. 11. Emotions are always understood in reference to how we cognitively interpret or evaluate an object, stimulus or event ONE
  12. 12. Emotions always involve an affective state – positive or negative, pleasant or unpleasant  TWO
  13. 13. THREE Emotions are always accompanied by a physiological arousal –facial expression, voice modulation, postural change, bodily reaction, etc.
  14. 14. Emotions carry a readiness to act towards something – a behavioral intent FOUR
  15. 15. TYPES OF EMOTION
  16. 16. THREE BASIC EMOTIONS LOVE FEAR ANGER
  17. 17. CHARACTERISTICS OF EMOTION
  18. 18. Ψ Emotions are simply subjective information Ψ Emotions are neither right or wrong, good or bad Ψ Emotions are only wrong and bad depending on how we act on them
  19. 19. Ψ Emotions may or may not be accurate Ψ Emotions are fleeting and transitory Ψ Emotions stay with us until they are heard and addressed Ψ Emotions affirm our humanity
  20. 20. THEORIES OF EMOTION
  21. 21. JAMES-LANGE THEORY (William James and Carl Lange) This theory proposes that conscious emotional experiences are caused by the feedback to the cerebral cortex from physiological reactions and behavior
  22. 22. Stimulus Thalamus Hypothalamus Bodily Reaction Cortex RUN/CRY FEAR
  23. 23. This theory states that the conscious emotional experiences and physiological reaction and behavior are relatively independent events
  24. 24. (emotional experience) FEAR Cortex Stimulus Bodily Reaction Thalamus Hypothalamus (physiological reactions)
  25. 25. This theory states that individual is not affected by the events but by the individual’s interpretation of these
  26. 26. Stimulus (emotional experience) interpretation Thalamus Cortex Hypothalamus Bodily Reaction
  27. 27. Cannon-Bard Theory further believes that emotional arousal is diffused and not specific to different emotions That is why sexual attraction is mistaken for love
  28. 28. THE MANAGEMENT OF EMOTIONS (Ernest Tan)
  29. 29. Step 1 NOTICE AND BE AWARE Take note and be sensitive of what is going on inside you
  30. 30. Step 2 INDENTIFY AND NAME Attempt to give your experience an identity and name
  31. 31. Step 3 OWN AND ACCEPT Claim this emotion, rather than deny it. Denial makes you succumb to the negative effects of the emotion
  32. 32. Step 4 DISCERN AND APPROPRIATE Think through what is most healthy and appropriate given your situation and decide to act on it.
  33. 33. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
  34. 34. Ψ Emotional Intelligence to describe qualities like understanding one’s own feelings, empathy for the feelings of others, and the regulation of emotion in a way that enhances living
  35. 35. Ψ He introduce the term EQ which refers to Emotional Intelligence
  36. 36. INTRAPERSONAL INTERPERSONAL Pertains to inneroriented ability of the person Skill or ability to understand and relate with other people Ex. Self-Awareness
  1. ¿Le ha llamado la atención una diapositiva en particular?

    Recortar diapositivas es una manera útil de recopilar información importante para consultarla más tarde.

×