Ruler's of Penmai
- May 24, 2010
1. Emotion is the acute disturbance of the organism as a whole, psychological in origin involving behaviour, conscious experiences and visceral functions.
2. Emotional behaviour involves both physiological and psychological activities. It gives motion to the organism either to move towards the goal or move away from the goal.
3. Emotion is behaviour-arousal. Emotion prepares the individual to active for a longer period of time and to become insensitive to pain during extreme emotional arousal. It activates the individual to use his maxim potential at the time of life-threatening dangers.
4. The nature of emotion is expressed through destructive response approach responses, retreat or flight responses and stopping responses.
5. Emotion comes with both overt and covert bodily changes, include electrical activities of the skin, respiratory activities, blood pressure, pirate, sweat gland functioning, reactions of endocrine glands and changes in the chemical activities of the blood, skin temperature, pupill response, pilomotor response, gastro-intestinal activities, muscle tension, tremor and eye blinking etc.