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In this lecture ´´Emotion´´ is explained. Section one is about ´´Introduction´´. Earlier in this section overview of emotion is given. After that definition and components of emotion are explained. Educator tells that there are 3 components of emotion i.e. cognitive component, physiological component, and behavioural component. All 3 components are discussed one after other. Moving onward, influence of culture on emotion is depicted. Finally, biology of emotions is revealed.
Types of Emotion
Section two is about ‘’Types of Emotion’’. Educator notifies about basic emotions. Then combining emotions are described. This is followed by the emotion of happiness. After that emotion of sadness is pursued. Severity of Sadness is the next subject discussed. Proceeding further fear and fear expression is described. In the last slide exposure theory is reported.
Anger and Surprise
Section three is about ‘’Anger and Surprise’’. In the very first slide disgust is introduced. This is followed by the explanation of disgust. After that emotion of anger, anger expression and consequences of anger are discussed in detail. Then emotion of surprise, its expression and explanation are revealed. Other types of emotion are also reported.
Theories of Emotion
Section four is about ‘’Theories of Emotion’’. The first theme of discussion is evolutionary theory of emotion. After that detailed explanation of the James-Lange theory of emotion is given. Then Cannon-Bard theory comes under consideration. Moreover Schachter-Singer theory is discussed. This is followed by cognitive appraisal theory. Lastly, facial-feedback theory of Emotion is explained.
Emotion Vs. Moods
Section five is about ‘’Emotion Vs. Moods’’. Educator tells that affect, emotions and moods are three different states. In the next slide comparative discussion is given on emotion and mood. Next, emotions of hope, jealousy, love, frustration, felt emotions and displayed emotions are discussed. Afterwards, information on surface acting is conveyed. This is followed by deep acting. Moving onward is the communicating emotions. In the last slide conclusion is drawn.