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  • Children's Emotional Intelligence
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    Emotions are part of a management system to co-ordinate each individual's multiple plans and goals under constraints of time and other resources. Emotions are also part of the biological solution to the problem of how to plan and to carry out action aimed at satisfying multiple goals in environments, which are not always predictable. Emotions are based on non-propositional communications that can be called 'emotion signals. An interesting aspect of research is Can emotions exist and exert influe...
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
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    There are many different types of therapies or psychological methods used to alleviate problems. First, there are therapies that emphasize the value of gaining insight to personal problems. Then there are behavior therapies and cognitive therapies, which are used to directly change troublesome actions and thoughts. Two therapies I will be describing are rational-emotive behavior therapy and psychoanalysis. According to author Dennis Coon of Introduction to Psychology, Rational-emotive behavior t...
  • Rest Of Society As Patterns
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    On the outside, the speaker in Amy Lowell's "Patterns" acts the way Victorian society expects of her. However, on the inside, she expresses her emotions and what she truly feels. The speaker is confined to each "button, hook, and lace" of society's values. When confronted with an emotional situation, she bottles her feelings and only confesses them to herself. The "patterns" serve as guidelines for the speaker's life. The speaker is constantly bombarded by what Victorian society expects of her. ...
  • Monster's Feelings And Emotions
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    Analysis of the Novel One may come to assume that Mary Shelley intended u to derive for her novel a lesson that would be important to everyone's existence. In her tale, Frankenstein, she depicts a monster that is hideous and wretched looking. A monster's whose appearance prohibits anyone from going beyond his exterior qualities to reach his inner ones. The reader is the only one, besides Frankenstein, that Shelley exposes the monster's feelings and emotions to. The other characters shield these ...
  • Louises Feelings
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    A Story of An Hour: Feelings In the short story "A Story of An Hour" by Kate Chopin, the whole range of emotions are felt by the main charter Louise Mallard. Upon learning of her husband's death she is immediately overcome by sadness. However, once she is alone she allows herself to experience her feelings of joy at the prospect of being free from "repression. ' She is no more able to staff off the feeling that was approaching her than trying to stop the waves from hitting the shore. Basically s...
  • Physical Response As An Emotion
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    MAJOR MOTIVATIONAL AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSE THEORIES Define the major motivational and emotional response theories that influence behavior". Emotion is a feeling state involving physiological arousal, a cognitive appraisal of situation arousing the state, and an outward expression of the state. The James-Lange Theory "James claimed that first an event causes physiological arousal and a physical response. Only then does the individual perceive or interpret the physical response as an emotion. In ot...
  • 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...
  • Mix I.Q. And Emotional Intelligence
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    Individual and Social Processes In the book Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, the central thesis that he tries to point out is that emotional intelligence may be more important than I.Q. in determining a person's well being and success in life. At first I didn't know what Goleman was talking about when he said emotional intelligence, but after reading the book I have to say that I agree completely with Goleman. One reason for my acceptance of Goleman's theory is that academic intelligenc...
  • Relationship Without The Feelings And Attractions
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    What is love?!? What is love? That question is the most popular question regarding teenagers and young adults today. How do you know if you are really in love? Why do people love one another? When dealing with love I personally feel that emotions are the first feelings that are shown. Then after the emotions are all done and over with then reason comes into play. Reason is very important in a romantic relationship, but I feel emotions are also understood as feelings and to start a relationship w...
  • Teens Feelings
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    Each year thousands of teenagers experience the death of someone they love. When a parent, sibling, friend, or relative dies, teens feel the overwhelming loss of someone who helped shape their -fragile self-identities. Caring adults, whether parents, teachers, counselors or friends, can help teens during this time. If adults are open, honest and loving, experiencing the loss of someone loved can be a chance for young people to learn about both the joy and pain that comes from caring deeply for o...
  • Author Showers The Article With Emotional Tone
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    The Power of Words Silvana Paternostro describes the difficult life of women in Cuba. For an audience of mostly women, her emotional tone and simplistic style lets the reader get a feel of what these poor young women are going through in the October 2002 issue of Glamour Magazine. Paternostro explains the hardships that these women endure though out their lives. The only way to make a descent living in the country is to become a cabaret dancer or prostitution. She writes of their only two option...
  • Psychological And Emotional Nuances Of Sentiment
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    "Charlotte Temple" is a sentimental novel that strikes with its romanticism and feelings. It is a story of seduce and its impact on a woman betrayed by her own na? ve passions. Although the novel doesn't require from the reader to have a 'classical education' as obligatory condition for reading and understanding the context, the reader, however, should expose a high level of cultural literacy to understand all psychological and emotional nuances of sentiment. The reader should be able to underst...
  • Feelings And Emotions
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    The films "Bladerunner" and "Fahrenheit 451" are similar in the way they show emotions in their depictions of dystopias. The emotions shown are not normal to us, but are controlled by the government. The inhabitants of these worlds are being persuaded that emotions are bad, unhealthy. However, some do break free from the system. The cases in these movies are not of really living at all, but just of going through the motions of life. The movie "Bladerunner" was about androids that were made to no...
  • Emotional Aspects Of The Surgery
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    In 1874, Thomas Eakins took a second course in anatomy at Jefferson Medical College. He attended surgical lectures and clinics presided over by Professor Samuel D. Gross. Eakins painted The Gross Clinic, to show the emotion involved in medical procedures. It appears as if the doctors performing the surgery have emotionally removed themselves from the situation at hand. By removing themselves from the emotional aspects of the surgery, the doctors can complete the task much easier than they would ...
  • Emotions Of Life's Experiences
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    My Philosophy 021500 I often sit and wonder is there a greater being that created all that is around us I always find myself with the same conclusion there must be. Everyone was created for a purpose even if that is to be a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen, that might make a difference in their life. Everyone has their place and who they are in the world. Everyone should have the freedom to not be judged and the freedom to express their individuality. Love should be expressed more between ...
  • Painful Emotions
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    All men are dogs! No ifs, buts, or maybes about it. Whenever encountered with their species, I expected not a hi or hello, but rather a roof - roof, bow - wow. It wasn't a so-called hang-up I had the facts to prove it. All I have to do is cross the path of one of these animals, their tongues would be hanging out of their mouths and they would be on full alert ready to pounce. A few commented that I had been "burned" in one too many relationships. They were right. Although, I thought, I should no...
  • Feeling Of Jealousy Envy
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    Shakespeare's Othello is a play about the jealousy of one man, known as Iago. It is his jealousy that drives the force of the play. After learning about Iago, I believe that everyone experiences jealousy / envy in his or her life. Although, there isn't that much of difference between jealousy and envy, jealousy in general is experienced when something a person has is taken away or is in threatened by someone else. Whereas, envy in general is experienced when a person doesn't measure up to someon...
  • Emotions And Feeling
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    1. One of the fundamental beliefs true in romanticism is the belief in the natural goodness of humanity. The idea that man, in a natural, uninfluenced state, would behave well is almost always true in works of romanticism. It is society and its rules that influence and change us from our natural state and may sometimes lead us to make some bad decisions. So, if man follows his heart, he will more likely be following goodness and if he follows his mind then he may stray from his path of goodness....
  • Emotions
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    Emotions which are; shame, embarrassment, pride, guilt, empathy, hate, jealousy, envy, happiness. Also emotions are physical reactions to things that happen to you, if something good happens to you, your happy and excited, if something bad happens to you are sad, upset, frustrated, confused, angry or even guilty. The emotions associated with both physical (and social) survival: the feelings of fear, anxiety, hope and faith. The emotions of belonging and connectedness: feelings of communion, love...
  • Schachter's Cognitive Theory Of Emotion
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    When it comes to emotions, we usually don't even try to take an inside look at things enough to understand why we may act the way we do. We get so use to the fact that they are emotions and that is just the way it is with life that we just respect them as they come about. Although, emotions were not just accepted as emotions for William James, Carl Lange, Walter Cannon, Phillip Bard, and Stanley Schachter. These five men took it upon themselves to come up with three theories of emotions, the Jam...

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