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PSYCO104 Lecture Notes - Paul Ekman, Folk Psychology, Multidimensional Scaling


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCO104
Professor
Blaine Mullins

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Psychology
Chapter 10: Emotions
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1. What are
emotions?
a)Emotions are hard to study
Because we rarely experience a single
emotion at once.
Also, because we have many
contradictory ways of thinking about
emotions.
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Emotions very difficult to study. More so than sensation.
-Study visual perception we can limit what you see- show just blue light. Can't
separate emotions, kids drive us crazy- but we love them. Movie- we feel sad but
happy.
-We think emotions are one thing but at the same time we think they are the
exact opposite. Ie Emotions are what makes us human beings, at the same time
emotions rob us of his assassination.

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1. What are
emotions?
a)Emotions are hard to study
i. Humanity
ii.Action
iii.Control
iv.Adaptive
v.Positive or negative & both
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