Perception of Emotion in Self and Others by Howard Leventhal (auth.), Patricia Pliner, Kirk R.

By Howard Leventhal (auth.), Patricia Pliner, Kirk R. Blankstein, Irwin M. Spigel (eds.)

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Abstract Conceptual Emotional Processing Functions. The third mechanism in the hierarchy of processors that we have hypothesized as involved in the construction of emotional experience is the abstract conceptual system. This system can be thought of as the system underlying volitional, sequential processing and verbal responding. Thus, it is a flexible, higher order system which contains abstractions from more concrete or episodic experience. Its abstractions achieve flexibility by freeing themselves of the image-like content of concrete, primary memories that are of an episodic or more general prototypic character (see Posner, 1973).

Second, the model allows for incongruence between felt emotion and overt expression. , l CONCEPTUAL ~~~~~:I~~ INTENTIONAL MOTOR OUTPUT (Codes) Integrators 1 ObjectIve PercePtIon of features codes 2 SchematIC Perception of stImulus codes emotional feeling Fig. 7. Representation of the feed-forward or outflow mechanism for the interaction of volitional and automatic expressive outputs in the generation of subjective emotional experience. The perception of the situation leads to the production of an automatic expressive motor reaction that is produced by the schematic (memory) and the expressive motor systems (B2 and B" in Figure 6).

There are also serious theoretical reasons for the difficulty in supporting the motor hypothesis. , tactile stimulation of the face I It has since come to my attention that Buck (1978) is developing a central "readout" model of expressive behavioral codes similar to the one here proposed. This is an important development as Buck has contributed extensively to the literature on expressive behavior (not reviewed in detail in A Model of Emotion 21 appears to take precedence in response over other foons of tactile stimulation (Tomkins, 1962), and as we shall see it is likely that some foon of feedback mechanism is at work in creating subjective feelings.

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