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5 parts of emotion
subjective feeling, expression/behavior, physiological changes, action, cognition
emotion is a...
...motivational predisposition to repond to different variables
signs that stand for words
emblems
Motions that accompany speech
illustrators
Adjust flow of conversation
Regulators
Signs of inner anxiety
adaptors
3 parts of Darwin's emotional theory
emotions have evolved, are innate and learned, are functional/adaptive
Evidence for innate emotions
Universality, emotions in babies, the blind/deaf, and animals
Darwin's facial feedback hypothesis
Expressing emotions increases their intensity, suppressing them softens them
Eckman's reasoning behing basic emotions
Universal, innate
Eckman's 6 basic emotions
Joy, suprise, sadness, anger, disgust, fear
Eckman's model of culture and emotions
Elicitors of emotion --> innate expression --> display rules --> culturally appropriate emotion
4 ways that display rules change innate expression
neutralize, mask, intensify, deintensify
Eckman's 3 major points
basic emotions universal, face reveals emotions, display rules
parts of peripheral NS
autonomic, somatic
SNS and PNS are in
autonomic NS
James
Perception --> behavioral/physiological changes --> experience of emotion (perception of changes)
James's 3 components of emotion
subjective, behavioral, physiological
to James, ANS activation _____ emotion
causes
Cannon
Perception --> thalamic arousal --> emotion and bodily changes
to Cannon, ANS activation _____ emotion
is correlated with
Hess
Defense response is increased SNS activity
Selya
how body reacts to stress with General Adaptation System
3 phases of General Adaption System
alarm, resistance, exhaustion
In _____ phase of GAS, cortisol tells brain to lower stress response
resistance
In resistance phase of GAS...
cortisol tells brain to lower stress response
Schachter’s two-factor theory
Event --> ANS arousal --> cognition --> emotion
3 parts of evidence for facial feedback theory
emotional contagion, method acting, posing facial expressions creates feeling
2 theories of facial feedback theory
modulation, initiation
modulation theory
Emotions amplified or de-amplified by facial movement
Initiation theory
Emotions elicited by facial movement
Laird's emotional process
Emotional event --> facial expression (determines kind of emotion) AND ANS changes (determines intensity of emotion)
Laird says facial expressions determine...
...recall of sad or happy memories
Laird says ____ is related to feelings
posture