Monday, August 13, 2007


Emotion, in its mainly common definition, is a complex psychophysical progression that arise suddenly, rather than during alert effort, and evoke either a positive or negative psychological answer and physical terms, often unconscious, related to feelings, perception or beliefs about element, matter or relatives between them, in realism or in the thoughts. An emotion is often differentiate from a sensation.

Emotion is difficult, and the tenure has no single generally conventional definition. The study of emotion is part of psychology, neuroscience, and, more lately, artificial cleverness.

Modern views recommend that emotion are brain state that rapidly give value to outcome and give a simple plan of act. Thus, sensation can be view as a type of calculation, a fast, automatic review that initiate suitable events.

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