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Cross Cultural Psychology Chapter 8
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A small set of emotions, or family or emotions that are considered to be universal to all humans, biologically based and genetically coded and evolutionary based
Cultural display rules
Culturally prescribed rules that govern how universal emotions can be expressed
Rules that govern the interpretation and perception of emotion.
the events or situations that elicit an emotion
process by which people evaluate the events, situations, or occurences that lead to their having emotions
emotion response system coherence
The idea that the various response components of an emotion facial expressions, voice, movements are related to each other that prepare individualds to do something
the ability of people from a certain culture to recognize emotions of others of the same culture relatively better than those from a different culture.
Self conscious emotions
emotions that focus on the self such as shame, guilt, pride or embarrasment.
subjective experience of emotions
a persons inner feelings or experiences of an emotion
studies conducted by Ekman and Friesen and by Izard that demonstarted the pancultural universality of facial expressions of emotion
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