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Kinds of emotions

Emotions - this is a very complex mental phenomena. The most significant emotions accepted to the following types of emotional experiences.


Speech - specifically human way of exchanging information provided by the progress of human civilization due to the accumulation of collective experience. Speech - one of the essential factors that distinguish the human psyche from the psyche of animals.


Thinking - the processing of information in the search for a solution to a problem.


Attention - focus on human mental activity an object. Through this process, we clearly realize perceived that, standing out from the crowd, at some time, is at the center of our perception. Another important function of attention is that this process allows us to navigate the environment as well as to respond to significant changes in the body.


Memory - the collective name memorization processes (recording information), storage (archiving), play, recognition and forgetting. In other words, memory - a way of organizing the past experiences of the subject, the underlying capabilities of its further use. Integrity of the human person the opportunity to study, purposeful activity, communication associated with memory.


Submission - images of objects and events that occur on the basis of their recall or productive imagination.


Imagination - a mental process that allows us to construct an image of an object or situation that we never took.


Perception - creating a complete image of the object on the basis of sensory data and past experience of the subject. The process of perception is inextricably linked with feelings and based on them. Sensations combine to provide a perception, ie process of direct perception of objects. But apart from the information delivered by the senses, perception and apperception present - perceived dependence on past experience and the contents of the unconscious.


Sensation - one of the most simple mental processes, which is a response to the individual properties of the object, by which we can appreciate the many-shaped characteristics of the stimulus acting on us, but we can not say what kind of stimulus. Sensation occurs due to the special mechanism called the analyzer.

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