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  1. Emotions

  2. Introduction • New Vocab: Stimuli & Arousal • Emotions (3 parts): • Physical- affects arousal & body response • Behavioral- Outward expression of emotion (ex body language) • Cognitive- Interpretation of information

  3. Analyzing Facial Expressions

  4. Analyzing Facial Expressions • What are the results? • Facial expressions are “innate” • Paul Ekman

  5. Expressing Emotions • Learned through modeling and culture • Directly • Indirectly

  6. Emotions and Artistic Expression Compare and contrast the next few images. What emotions are they conveying?

  7. Mark Rothko

  8. Mark Rothko

  9. Jackson Pollock

  10. Jackson Pollock

  11. Helen Frankenthaler

  12. Helen Frankenthaler

  13. I'm interested only in expressing basic human emotions. And the fact that a lot of people break down and cry when confronted with my pictures shows that I can communicate these basic human emotions. (Mark Rothko)

  14. The modern artist, it seems to me, is working and expressing an inner world in other words – expressing the energy, the motion and other inner forces. (Jackson Pollock)

  15. I wanted things that I couldn't at times articulate. Helen Frankenthaler

  16. Emotion Theories • Read pgs 332-336 • Create a graphic organizer for the following theories: • James-Lange • Cannon-Bard • Schachter-Singer • Opponent Process

  17. Theories of Emotion • James Lange Theory • Stimulus Behavior Arousal Feeling • Cannon - Bard Theory • Feeling • Stimulus Thalamus • Arousal • Schachter-Singer Theory • Stimulus Arousal Cognition • Plutchik Theory • Stimulus Cognition Feeling Behavior