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Emotions are innate psychological states that manifest in changes in cognition (attention, alertness, tiredness etc.), physiology (shivering, sweating, lightness, hotness, tears etc.) and behavioral propensity (impetus, frowning, smiling crying, etc.) such that they are often easily recognizable both for the individual and others (possibly with the biological purpose of making biological states noticeable for the individual and others as social signal).
Pages in category "Emotions"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.