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    mentality, Shame culture, Group oriented, loyal to the group and dependent on organization and institutions. Group achievement is important and the distribution of rewards is based on equity. Collectivism tends to fall in the same category as conservative because…

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    Mexican-American culture and European American culture have different of value, emotions, and display rules. Display rules are defined as the difference of emotions which is displayed and interpreted by various cultures (Laureate, 2007). Emotions play a lot of roles and guidance in culture, especially in these two cultures. Both cultures have different ways of showing emotion especially when it comes to pride and empathy. These emotions are considered as self-conscious emotions which have…

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    The emotions the culture bag drew out ideas and emotions of nostalgia and pride for me. The assignment triggered sentiments of my grandparents and their influence on my beliefs and customs. I now recognize being a first generation Irish, affects my traditions and values more than those in American for generations. Last, I discovered that culture is unique and not predictable. For example, my culture relates to my heritage, but does not for others. The key similarities between my cultural group…

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    Reality, emotion, and culture are interconnected in the way these factors mold a person. The argument of identity between scientific reasoning and cultural background is parallel to the debate between science and religion; each of which has opposing views, but jointly influence the overall picture. Scientists argue that all emotion and human qualities can be explained through the bodily functions occurring within people, however societies strongly rooted in its traditions and heritage can argue…

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    Perceptual Sets: How Expectations, Motivation, Emotion, and Culture Affect Human Perception. Within psychology, perception cannot be fully understood without understanding the individual being studied. Perception can be affected by thresholds, visual interpretation, auditory interpretation, and other physical properties such as motion interpretation. These peculiar aspects of perception are each influenced by the physical properties of their surroundings. However, human perception can also be…

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    So by wearing of looking at the headband i can feel my grandma, the headband just reminds me about my amiable grandma. The headband itself might be very cheep and easy to break, the surfaces of it already falling off, but the connotation of the object is irreplaceable. This is like the argument Purbrick made in her paper “The Emotion of Material Culture” that "To consider material forms as repositories of affection, not just desire" (Purbrick 11). That is especially true in my case because I…

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    interaction are deeply connected to emotions and function through a system of “social signals: facial expressions” (Jack, Caldara, and Schyns 19). Thus, it is quite reasonable to begin to infer that emotions is closely related to micro expressions, and there is a positive correlation between these two variables to make them connected. This means that when the consistency of emotions…

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    situations and make decisions that are not based on impulse or emotions. Purposefully being conscious of how we react to certain situations and then using tools such as deep breathing and self- talk can help to…

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    therefore, emotions cannot be left outside of the workplace, which necessitates the ability to be able to control our emotions. This is what emotional intelligence is about. It is the ability to understand and manage our own as well as others’ emotions. If emotions are not understood and managed accordingly, they can worsen a person’s behaviour and job performance. For a confirmation of the fact that emotions affect our attitude and behaviour in the workplace, I was privileged to have an…

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    Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it, a jealous, possessive love that grabs at what it can. Death and life mix in the world to create a very unique atmosphere. Humans struggle to cope with the overbearing forces. Emotion takes control and each individual approaches life and death from a different angle. The Academy Award winning film, Ordinary People, focuses on the Jarrett family, who has suffered the tragic loss of their son Buck in a boating accident. Each member of the…

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