PSYC18H3 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 Textbook

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Nineteenth-century founders three theorists: darwin, james, and freud. one of the first to use questionnaires and photographs of naturalist and posed expressions. emotional expressions showed the continuity of adult human behavioral mechanisms with concluded that emotional expressions derive largely from habits those of lower animals and with those of infancy thought emotional expressions were like vestigial parts of our bodies. emotions link us to our past, both to the past of our species and to our own infancy. when we perceive the object, the exciting fact , the emotion is the perception of changes to our body as we react to that fact. his theory is really about the nature of emotional experience. 2) proposed that emotions give color and warmth to experience. proposed that certain events, usually of a sexual kind, can be so damaging that they leave psychological scars that can affect the rest of our lives story of katharina.

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