The Components of Emotion in the Emotion Wheel -1 Of 3 - Deepstash

The Components of Emotion in the Emotion Wheel -1 Of 3

Emotions are coordinated with the body’s physiological responses.

For example, when you are scared, your heart rate typically increases and your palms get sweaty. There is some debate about whether emotions precede or proceed these physiological responses (James, 1884). Either way, there is ample empirical evidence that suggests that physiological responses accompany emotions.

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