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9 Cards in this Set

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moods & feelings
internal & subjective
outward projections of moods & feelings, expressed in fixed motor patterns which communicate our mood & feelings
/Paul McClean:
Basic emotion
drives (e.g., thirst, hunger, sexual, etc.)
Paul McClean:
specific emotion (or affect)
activate a specific sensory experience (e.g., pain)
Paul McClean:
general emotion
What we generally think of as emotion (e.g., anger, shame, anxiety, joy, disgust, etc. )
Sylvan Tompkins
done most work on emotion. divided it into 9 catagories.
Positive Affects (& disorders that can be associated with them)
1. Interest-Exitement (ADHD,bipolar)
2. Enjoyment-Joy (substance abuse)
Neutral Affect (& disorders that can be associated with them)
Surprise-Startle (PTSD)
Negative Affects
1. Distress-Anguish (Unipolar depression )
2. Fear-Terror(panic disorder)
3. Anger-Rage
4. Shame-humiliation (bulimia, substance abuse, domestic violence, sexual addictions. Major causal element in the AIDS epidemic)
5. Dissmell
6. Disgust (OCD).