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Emotions: Cognitive and Biological Factors

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Cobbled together for IB CLOA from various sources including Crane's book

Emotion

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This presentation looks at defining emotion and examining the different components. It covers emotion and the brain (Papez circuit & the limbic system). It is word heavy so feel free to chop whever necessary.

Cognition and Emotion

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Powerpoint revision for Cognition and Emotion OU DD303 chapter

Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Emotions, Part II

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Professor Bloom continues the discussion of emotions as useful evolutionary adaptations for dealing with our social environment. In particular, this lecture describes evolutionary explanations for several important emotional responses, such as the love between parents and their offspring, the gratitude we feel towards cooperative behaviors, the spite we feel for cheaters, and the cultural differences in feelings of revenge.

Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Emotions, Part I

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This class is an introduction to the evolutionary analysis of human emotions, how they work, why they exist, and what they communicate. In particular, this lecture discusses three interesting case studies, that of happiness (e.g., smiling), fear and the emotions we feel towards our relatives. Finally, this lecture ends with a brief discussion of babies' emotional responses to their caregivers.

Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Evolution and Rationality

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This lecture introduces students to the study of psychology from an evolutionary perspective, the idea that like the body, natural selection has shaped the development of the human mind. Prominent arguments for and against the theory of natural selection and its relationship to human psychology are reviewed. Students will hear several examples of how studying mental phenomenon from an evolutionary perspective can help constrain theories in psychology as well as explain many prevalent human

Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Love (Guest Lecture by Professor Peter Salovey)

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Guest lecturer Peter Salovey (Professor of Psychology and Dean of Yale College) introduces students to the dominant psychological theories of love and attraction. Specific topics include the different types of love, the circumstances that predict attraction, and the situations where people mistakenly attribute arousal for love.