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Emotion

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rosel cipriano

on 13 September 2015

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Transcript of Emotion

Guess what kind of emotion?
EMOTION
Learning Objectives:
1. Define emotion
2. Explain the four aspects of emotion
3. Demonstrate the different
physiological reactions in emotion
4. Distinguish the basic classes of
emotional reaction.
5. Explain the two basic theories of
emotion.


Emotion
“emovere” (latin) – “to move out”

“To move out” –conveys the idea of an outward expression of something inside.


Aspects of Emotion
>>Personal emotional experiences

>>Physiological or bodily changes

>>Behavior of the person

>>Motivational aspect

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Anger

Emotion
Sad
Surprise
Love
Smirk
Ashamed
Enraged
Hysterical
Physiological Response
>> Galvanic skin response

>> Blood pressure and volume

>> Heart rate

>> Respiration

>> Pupillary response


Classes of Emotion
> Fear
> Anger
>Depressive reactions
or grief
> Love

Theories of Emotion
James Lange theory
- States that physiological reactions
produce emotions.

Cannon – Bard’s Thalamic Theory
- States that emotions occur
independent of physiology
(at the same time)

>> Salivary secretion

>> Pilomotor response

>> Gastrointestinal motility

>> Muscle tension and tremor

>> Blood composition

1.Exert energy over longer period
of time.

2.Exert greater energy over a short
period of time.

3.Increased tolerance to pain.


Energizing effects of emotion
QUESTIONS?
"It is a hereditary pattern reaction involving profound changes of the bodily mechanism as a whole, but particularly of the visceral and glandular systems" (J.B.Watson and T.S Kranviec)
>>Emotion is different from
feeling because we tend to
know that through Introspection.

Pupillary response
Joy
Remember:
Prof. Rosel O. Cipriano
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