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The Psychology of "Inside Out"
Transcript of The Psychology of "Inside Out"
By: Austrialla Marion & Jordan Hiley
Vast omniscient prospective
Five primary branches of personality
How is Psychology utilized in
Destination = Personality Islands
Key aspect of Riley's current Personalty
Contain all mememories Riley produces
Vary in color depending on emotions
Produced in headquarters
A dream is a form of thinking that occurs when there is a certain minimal level of brain activity, and when all external stimuli are blocked from entering into the mind.
The entire brain is active during dreams, but most dreams occur during REM sleep.
Memory refers to the processes that is used to acquire, store, retain, and then later retrieve information.
There are three major processes involved in memory: encoding, storage, and retrieval.
"Inside Out": Emotional Truths by Pixar. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2015.
The limbic system in the mid-brain deals with emotions in both waking up and dreaming and includes the amygdala, which is mostly associated with fear and is especially active during dreams.
Rileys fear of clowns being able to awaken her
The cortex is responsible for the content of dreams
For example, it incudes things like the "monsters" you fear
Rileys fear of clowns
Because we are highly visual beings, the visual cortex is especially active
The frontal lobes are the least active part, and this explains why people can be so uncritical during dreams like accepting crazy events as though they are real, until you wake up.
In order to form new memories, information must be changed into a usable form, which occurs through the process known as encoding.
After the information has been successfully encoded, it must be stored in memory for later use.
The orbes throughout Rileys brain represents her daily memories being stored away
Most of the stored memories lie outside of our awareness most of the time, except when we actually need to use it. The retrieval process allows us to bring stored memories into conscious awareness.
Five branches of Emotions