Human Emotions the James-Cannon Debate

Emotions in science for many decades were non-exciting, and were believed to be a number of sensory perceptions, until the 1980’s, when a doctoral student Candace Pert, changed that idea. In this paper I will briefly discuss the history for emotions and what has become the largest debate over 100 years which focuses on the […]

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Critically consider the role of emotional factors in forgetting

Emotion is thought to have two main effects on memory – it either improves it or has a damaging effect on it (making it less accurate or causing forgetting). The research falls into 4 main areas. Mood/State dependant forgetting is the name given to when people tend to remember material better when there is a […]

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The importance of reason and emotion in distinguishing

Belief is a state in which one’s trust or confidence is placed in someone or something. Knowledge is found on the investigation and verification of pre-existing ideas. In the quote, we do not share the author’s opinion, whether it is a passionate plea or a reasoned argument. The former in our eyes is a plea […]

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Emotions and facial processing of emotions

Emotions have played an important role in our evolution and the ability to express these come from environmental cues (Darwin, 1872). In 1999, Ekman provided criteria for emotions (see table 1). He and Friesen (1975) also identified six emotions (happiness, disgust, surprise, sadness, anger and fear) that were universal, that is these emotions were represented […]

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Implication of Emotional Intelligence to Students’ Academic

Implication of Emotional Intelligence to the Student’s Academic Performance An undergraduate Research Paper Presented Professor Emotion Sepia In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in for EDUCE 2051 by Marl Karl E. Familiar BESIDE 2-1 D March, 2013 l, Introduction A. Background of the Study B. Purpose of the Study C. Significance of the Study D. […]

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The study of emotion

The study of emotion has seen many contesting theories which attempt to explain the processes which the human body or in some cases the animal body, utilize when experiencing emotion. Perhaps one reason for so many different theories is the lack of definitions used to identify what emotion is. “Historically this term has proven utterly […]

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Review emotion as an instinctive function

Whether the production and understanding of emotions are innate in infants or gained through life was argued by lots of theorist. This time, one will appraise the evidences which based on the nature views. One’s view about the production and understanding of emotions is that infants were born with primary emotion knowledge. However, they would […]

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Emotional Intelligence

Mayor tried to consummate everything in their version. It describes emotional intelligence as an ability to perceive emotions, use them effectively in various situations, understand the difference and manage them to sense and regulate one’s own as well as other’s feelings. According to them, it is important to have a command over one’s own emotions […]

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Emotion Expressed Through Expressive Movements

As soon as I hear an excellent rhythmic music, my legs start to automatically feel the rhythm. Engrossed in my thoughts while hearing the music, I feel my inner emotions are waiting to express themselves. These emotions want to express themselves through moves, twirls, and steps, breaking the body stiffness into an expressive movement. These […]

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Breaking Up or Death, Emotionally Different

Breaking up or Death, Emotionally Different? Some individuals are more vulnerable when dealing with loss. Loss can be perceived different ways. One can define loss in conjunction with the dissolution of a romantic relationship. Alternatively it can be related to death. People would classify both losses differently; however, the emotions involved are parallel. The pain […]

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