Report about Emotions and how it works
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  • 1. A. Physiological Bases B. Types of Emotions C. Old and modern theories of emotions
  • 2. In psychology, emotion is often defined as a complex state of feeling that results in physical and psychological changes that influence
  • 3. A. James-Lange Theory of Emotion B. Cannon-Bard Theory of Emotion Physiological Bases
  • 4. Emotion arises from physiological arousal. Happiness comes from smiling. Sadness comes from crying.
  • 5. Emotion originates in the Thalamus. “Body” (physiological systems) and “ Mind” ( emotional experience) are independently activated at the same time.
  • 6. Anger Love Happiness AnxietyEmpathy Good Thrilled Glad Powerful RelievedComfortable Determined Awe
  • 7. Three Ways to Measure Emotion A. Body / Physical B. Thoughts ( observed indirectly through ) C. Behavior
  • 8. Ω Blood Pressure Ω Lie Detector Ω Heart Rate readings Ω Adrenaline Levels Ω Perspiration Ω Muscles activity when smiling, frowning, etc. Ω Neural images Ω Posture Ω Tears
  • 9. ● Spoken and written words on rating scales. ● Answers to open-ended questions on surveys and during interviews. ● Responses to projective instruments, sentence stems, etc. ● Self-assessments or perceptions regarding the behavior and intentions of others. ● Other cognitive operations such as rational/ logical thinking. Thoughts ( Observed indirectly through )
  • 10. ☻ Facial Expressions ☻ Activity Level ☻ Alertness ☻ Screaming ☻ Laughing ☻ Smiling ☻ Aggression☻ Approach / Avoidance ☻ Attention / Distraction ☻ Insomnia ☻ Anhedonia
  • 11. Wink Smirk Said Said Sardonic Smiling Frowning Incredulity The Expressive Component Common Email “ Emoticons “ ‘-) :-I :-, :-x :-) :*) :-( I-( ;-) :-J