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EMOTION

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  • EMOTION PROF.JAMES GRASPARIL
  • EMOTION -CAME FROM LATIN WORD EMOVERE MEANS TO MOVE OUT.
  • 3 WAYS EMOTION VARY1. INTENSITY2. SIMILARITY3. POLARITY
  • FOUR COMPONENTS OF EMOTION1. THE COGNITIVE COMPONENT-THE THOUGHTS,BELIEF AND EXPECTATIONS THAT DERTERMINE THE TYPE AND INTENSITY OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSE.2. SUBJECTIVE COMPONENT-WHICH INCLUDES PLEASURE AND DISPLEASURE INTENSITY OF FEELINGS AND COMPLEXITY.
  • 3. BEHAVIORAL COMPONENT-THE VARIOUS FORM OFEXPRESSION THAT EMOTION MAY TAKE. EG. FACIALEXPRESSION,BODY GESTURE,POSTURE AND TONE OFVOICE VARY WITH ANGER,JOY…….4.PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPONENT-WHICH INVOLVESPHYSICAL CHANGES IN THE BODY.
  • THEORIES OF EMOTION JAMES-LANGE THEORY-STATES THAT EMOTION OCCURS AFTER BODILY CHANGES. HEART SNAKE FEAR PALPITATION
  • CANNON-BARD-ARGUES THAT WE EXPERIENCE PHYSIOLOGICALAROUSAL AND EMOTION AT THE SAME TIME. SNAKE HEART FEAR PALPITATION
  • FACIAL FEED BACK HYPOTHESIS- PROPOSED THAT MOVEMENT OFFACIAL MUSCLES PRODUCES OR INTENSIFY EMOTIONAL REACTION.
  • COGNITIVE LABELING THEORY-THEORYTHAT STATES THAT COGNITIVE, SUBJECTIVEAND PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL COMPONENTSARE ALL NECESSARY TO EMOTIONALEXPERIENCE.
  • MEASUREMENT OF EMOTION1. MEASUREMENT OF PHYSIOLOGICALRESPONSE.-LIE DETECTOR-ELECTRO CARDIOGRAPH-SPHYGMOMANOMETER2.OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT OFOVERT BEHAVIOR.3. SELF REPORT.