Lecture on March 27th: More on Emotions

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Department
Psychology & Brain Sciences
Course
PSYCH 350
Professor
Lori Astheimer Best
Semester
Spring

Description
Developmental Psychology, Lecture on March 27th Emotions, continued. The primary emotions, Interest/surprise, fear, joy, disgust, anger, sadness. These foundational emotions are biological. Secondary emotions: *Has to do with interactions with other individuals. Self-conscious emotions,  guilt, shame, embarrassment and pride.  appear later in childhood.  require knowledge about the self as related to others. Guilt:  failed to meet internal standards.  outward movement to make reparations.  adaptive because it prompts prosocial behavior. Shame:  self-esteem is perceived to be impaired  active or passive withdrawal, avoid others, hiding.  can lead to appropriate behavior, however it communicates submission to others and t
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