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  • Deadly Sin Of Anger
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    Anger is a common emotion felt by everyone, often many times a day. Whether it is road rage experienced when driving during rush hour traffic or the feeling of outrage associated with learning of social injustices half way across the world, anger is a part of our daily practice. It is an emotion that has been categorized, along with other emotions and acts, into the seven deadly sins of man. Why is this considered a sin Why do we feel this anger Can getting angry ever have a positive effect on o...
  • Guests On The Jerry Springer Show
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    Talk Show Tension Jerry, Jerry, Jerry... Everyday, this chant is heard by millions of people watching the now infamous talk show, Jerry Springer. Even though just a few years ago, most people regarded these shows as ridiculous, now this chant is recognized and adored by many people in society. The most parsimonious explanation for this is that the shows now have more interesting and captivating topics. The premise of most episodes of these shows has changed greatly over the past few years; The t...
  • Sartre's Argument Regarding Emotion
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    Emotion: A Comparison Between William James' And Jean-Paul Sartre'S Points Of View What is an emotion William James and Jean-Paul Sartre present two different arguments regarding what constitutes an emotion. This paper will explore William James' analysis of emotion as set out in his 1884 essay. It will attempt to discover the main points of his view, and then present Sartre's rebuttal of this view taken from his essay on emotions. Concluding with an explanation regarding why Sartre's account is...
  • Anger In Safe Ways
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    How to deal with a person who is angry? We are taught to control our emotional feelings when we are young. We learn to be polite, patient, and hide our anger to people in everyday life. Most of us express our feelings indirectly: slamming doors, sullen silence, or snubbing others. Therefore, it is important to learn how to release anger in safe but effective ways. Unexpressed anger can smolder, causing stress and affecting physical health. After all, anger can escalate into violence. So, when we...
  • Anger Being A Secondary Emotion
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    ... The human emotion of expressions has three major functions. They contribute to the opening and ruling of emotion experiences; they communicate something about internal states and intentions to others; and they activate emotions in others, a process that can account for angry, aggressive and violent behaviour (Macropaedia 1992: 18: 248). This essay will consider the meaning of anger, aggression and violence in terms of emotion and the activation, structure and functions of them culturally, en...
  • Express Their Anger
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    ANGER Anger is a healthy emotion when it is expressed appropriately. When it is not, it can have devastating effects. Anger is at the root of many personal and social problems, e. g., child abuse, domestic violence, physical and verbal abuse, and community violence. Problematic interpersonal relations may also disrupt employment activities because of the interference of anger on workplace performance. Left unchecked, anger can destroy relationships, obstruct problem solving skills, and increase ...
  • Learner Observers The Actions Of The Model
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    When some time is allowed to pass after the extinction process, an organism will usually perform the operant again when placed in a situation in which the operant had been reinforced previously. Spontaneous recovery of learned responses occurs in operant conditioning as well as in classical conditioning. If the operant is reinforced at this time, it quickly regains its former strength. Spontaneous recovery of extinguished operant's suggests that they are inhibited or suppressed by the extinction...
  • Observable Traits Of Facial Anger
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    INTRODUCTION One of the most important ways we communicate emotions is through our facial expressions. Understanding these nonverbal cues is essential for both interacting and surviving any social encounter. Have you ever discussed an issue with someone whose nonverbal expression betrayed their verbal communication For example a wife who says she loves her husband, while shaking her head side to side and frowning. In Mark Knapp and Judith Hall's book Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction,...
  • Dr Karen
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    Dr. Karen is a psychotherapist in private practice in Manhattan. Prior to being a psychotherapist he was a writer and even now continues write books. He wrote a book entitled, "Becoming Attached", which spoke of the bonds amidst parent and infant, and the bequest in posterior life of "insecure" attachments in youth. Dr. Karen has explored emotions such as love, loss, anger, and resentment. One of his recent books is entitled, "The Forgiving Self: The Road from Resentment to Connection". Dr. Kare...
  • Emotional Activity And Anger Rumination
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    Anger is a basic emotion (Oakley, 1992) that can be defined as a negative feeling state associated with specific cognitive appraisals, physiological changes and action tendencies (Kassinove & Sukhodolsky, 1995). It has been distinguished from related concepts of hostility and aggression (Friedman and Spielberger) and a substantial body of literature has been accumulated which necessitates a distinction between anger and anger rumination. Conceptualization of the anger rumination was influenced b...
  • Two Faced Emotion Of Anger
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    Anger has always been one of the most predominant emotions among human beings. Quick to rise, and even quicker to lash out, the simple emotion of anger has the power to destroy and create. Some only see the side of anger that causes meaningless death and destruction; however, for those who seek it, there is another side. Anger has been the motivator for many who have been oppressed, and refuse to allow their servitude to continue. People who are forced into slavery and subjugation can only rely ...
  • Anger And Frustration
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    Name your sport. As long as it involves competition there will always be a winner and loser. And with winning and losing, there will always be some kind of disappointment, frustration, rage conflict (both internal and external) and anger from the losing party and even the winning party. I would like to discuss the mental aspects of anger in sport, this involves attitude control, self-confidence, attention control as well as other psychological aspects. Realization, determination, available choic...

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