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How Emotions Are Made
Endnotes from Chapter 1.
Pages in category "Chapter 1"
The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total.
Amygdala experiments of Paul Whalen
Bodily changes during emotion are variable
Degeneracy in feelings of arousal
Ekman, Levenson, and Friesen (1983)
Electrical stimulation studies of emotion
Emotional "expressions" in congenitally blind individuals
Experiments by Klüver and Bucy
Facial action coding
Facial configurations in monkeys and apes
Facial configurations in newborns
Facial feedback hypothesis
Four criteria for localizing emotions to specific brain regions
Infants and emotional expressions across cultures
Interpreting research on brain lesions
Laboratory methods for provoking emotions
Levenson, Ekman, Heider and Friesen (1992)
Monozygotic twins with amygdala damage (AM and BG)
More evidence against the classical view of emotion
Peripheral physiological changes during emotion
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals
Variation is the norm
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