We express and receive emotions countless times in our lives. Whether it be happiness from seeing a loved or or sadness from failing a test, these are both examples of emotions. The general part of the brain involved with our emotions is the Limbic System. In this section we will cover some anatomy and physiology of the brain as it relates to our emotions. Additionally, we will discuss some theories of emotion such as James-Lange, Cannon-Bard theory, Schachter-Singer, and the Lazarus Theory. Lastly, we will cover a topic that all of us can deeply relate to – stress.
The contents within this section closely follow the AAMC section: Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior Section: Content Category 6C
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