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1 Emotions (and other mushy stuff)

2 Emotions/Feelings/Sensations Emotions Feelings Sensations

3 Affection Anger Angst Annoyance Anxiety Apathy Arousal Awe Boldness Boredom Contempt Contentment Curiosity Depression Desire Despair Disappointment Disgust Dread Ecstasy Embarrassment Envy Euphoria Excitement Fear Fearlessness Frustration Gratitude Grief Guilt Happiness Hatred Hope Horror Hostility Hurt Hysteria Indifference Interest Jealousy Joy Loathing Loneliness Love Lust Misery Panic Passion Pity Pleasure Pride Rage Regret Remorse Sadness Satisfaction Shame Shock Shyness Sorrow Suffering Surprise Terror Wonder Worry

4 The Primary Emotions

5 What’s the Point?

6 Are there new, undiscovered emotions?

7 Can we know how others feel?

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9 James-Lange Theory Emotions Body Language

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11 Worm in Eye

12 Maggots in Wound

13 Try it for yourself  Hold yourself in a ‘sad’ pose for a minute  Record your thoughts and feelings  Hold yourself in a ‘happy’ pose for a minute  Record your thoughts and feelings

14 Emotion and Reason  Strong emotion can short-circuit reason.  In the battle between emotion and reason, emotion generally wins.  For example:  Have you ever tried persuading a racist relative why their views are wrong?

15 Intuitive Knowledge  Knowledge that is felt as gut feeling  Examples?  Often difficult to justify

16 Playful Comforting Irritated Bored Terrified Upset Arrogant Annoyed Joking Flustered Desire Convinced Joking Insisting Amused Relaxed Irritated Sarcastic Worried Friendly Aghast Fantasizing Impatient Alarmed Source: Glen Rowe,

17 Playful Comforting Irritated Bored Terrified Upset Arrogant Annoyed Joking Flustered Desire Convinced Joking Insisting Amused Relaxed Irritated Sarcastic Worried Friendly Aghast Fantasizin g Impatient Alarmed Source: Glen Rowe,

18 Try to explain as fully as you can, how you made your decisions on the previous test.

19 Intuition is……  Hard to define but:  Knowledge associated with a feeling that is often hard to put into words  Some types:  Core  Subject specific  Social

20 Try to give evidence to support any of the following: 1. I exist 2. The person you are sat next to exists 3. Your best friend is not a robot 4. Mangoes are mangoes 5. The sun will set tomorrow 6. Torturing animals for fun is wrong 7. All humans are equal

21 Try to answer the following: 1. Jessica is 31, clever, outgoing, unmarried, compassionate and engaged in social issues. Which statement is more likely:  Jessica is a teacher  Jessica is a teacher and is active in the environmental movement 2. Which sequence of coin-tosses is more likely: 1. HHHHHHH 2. HTTHTHT 3. In a typical football match, what are the odds of two people on pitch sharing a birthday? 4. What path will a ball rolled down this slide take when it leaves the bottom?

22 When and in what situations should we rely on our intuition?  Discuss


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