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PSYC 31100 Lecture 14: Neuro- Emotion notes
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Spring 2017

Department
Psychology (PSYC)
Course Code
PSYC 31100
Professor
Tamara Fitzwater
Lecture
14

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ANA 4/24 4/26: Neuroscience o What is Emotion? your Cognitive interpretation of subjective feelings An inferred behavioral state affect -ter no 2,3 How do we measure Emotion? 1.Psychophysiology system examples: b r he boca bloodu pressure Pers Pera in 2. Overt Motor behavior examples: fa e a R enoprez:scan, pasture, tone of Doesn't necessarily match verbal reports-be 3. Self-reported cognition examples: does per they emestic an- Accung 4. Unconscious behavior d of uhren aware example -6 Historical Events in the study of Emotion 1. Phineas Gage, 1848 2. Darwin's theory: Evolution of Emotion, 1872 3. James-Lang & Cannon-Bard theories 900 4. Sham Rage, 1929 5. Kluver-Bucy Syndrome, 1939 6. Limbic system theory of emotion, 1937-1952 1. Phineas Gage what happened to him? Tragic railroad accielrvt mata l roa to Thre Prajectile. a dees at 2.5 yrs accident? What was he like befo as he like s the damage in his brain? PreRintaeCortex Where What does this tell us? aeeissun rmaxwve 2. Darwin's theory of Emoti Anwynals his book? Express nun or -what was the -it was based on what observation? emoabno responses (faci ca same ennestuneca steate. express costed u nat. Ce c anginal may be oppos y aggress Re US 3. James-Lange versus Cannon-Bard Sub se? the b stimuli erent exp emothenee what are some problems with this theory Peri otion epinepohnune. otten Cannon-Bard he b c premise? perceptian ty? VIew all 3 interact wi eacho-mer! ptun 4. Sham Rage Bard, 1920's responses ex decor+ disc crte hypo -what does it tell us about the neuroscience of emotion? hypothala mie display of aggassen ANA 4/24 4/26: Neuroscience o What is Emotion? your Cognitive interpretation of subjective feelings An inferred behavioral state affect -ter no 2,3 How do we measure Emotion? 1.Psychophysiology system examples: b r he boca bloodu pressure Pers Pera in 2. Overt Motor behavior examples: fa e a R enoprez:scan, pasture, tone of Doesn't necessarily match verbal reports-be 3. Self-reported cognition examples: does per they emestic an- Accung 4. Unconscious behavior d of uhren aware example -6 Historical Events in the study of Emotion 1. Phineas Gage, 1848 2. Da
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