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Neurobiology of emotion
Emotional life:
-affective processes (emotions and feelings)
-affective states (mood and body states)
Emotion: internal emotional reaction of some duration with a beginning and an end directed toward an object (concrete or abstract), classified as positive or negative (pleasure v / s displeasure), and this accompanies the cognition and learning can be both
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universally accepted definition -2) are accompanied by autonomic responses, endocrine and esquelomotoras 3) depend on subcortical areas as the hypothalamus and brainstem tonsils
AFFECTIVE PROCESS: Experience Psychological psychological response to a beginning and an end aimed at an object.
AFFECTIVE STATE:
It has no definite object independently. durable and stationary. linked to hormonal rhythms are difficult to verbalize and objectifying, and bodily states are accompanied by partners.
FEELING: Process durable, with beginning and end latency and directed toward a specific object. Has a more structured and organized
Evolutionary Theory of Emotions
• Darwin, expressions of emotions, from evoluciónana behaviors, which increase or decrease beneficial if they are not generally opposed Losmensajes indicated by movements and postures opposite (antithesis principle) Theory of the peripheral response (William James - Karl Lange) • The emotional experience is the result of the perception by the brain pattern of somatic and autonomic responses triggered by external stimuli • facial feedback hypothesis: people react emotionally, they do two ways: First and immediately with facial expression and body then. • The events that trigger emotional responses evoked perisfericas (reflexes and physiological reactions), these are distinctive
Theory of nonspecific activation (Walter Cannon - Philip Bard) • The emotional experience are parallel processes that have no direct causal relationship • Events activatorios removed about the same time, feeling, expressive behavior and physiological responses (they are quite similar) Cognitive Theory (Lazarus, Folkman, Ellis, Schacter and Singer) • It is an evolution of the theory of non-specific activation, considered a key element of cognitive interpretation of emotional stimuli • Steps in the process of cognitive interpretation • Interpretation of environmental stimuli (bell cole ) • Interpreting body dl stimuli result of autonomous activation (firing)

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