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

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