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" Emotions are complicated collections of chemical and neural responses, forming a pattern: all emotions have some kind of regulatory role to play, leading in one way or another to the creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the... "
Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card - Page 18
by Mary K. Greer - 2011 - 336 pages
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The Feeling of what Happens: Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness

Antonio R. Damasio - Medical - 1999 - 386 pages
...shared biological core underlies all these phenomena, and it can be outlined as follows: 1. Emotions are complicated collections of chemical and neural responses, forming a pattern; all emotions have some kind ot regulatory role to play, leading in one way or another to the creation of circumstances advantageous...
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Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion

Richard D. Lane, Lynn Nadel - Medical - 2002 - 431 pages
...states. My impression is that, for the time being, a shared core underlies all these phenomena. They all have some kind of regulatory role to play, leading...creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon. The devices that produce all of these phenomena are preset by the genome....
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Loving Nature: Towards an Ecology of Emotion

Kay Milton - Nature - 2002 - 182 pages
...feelings, but changes that take place in the body in response to some stimulus. All emotions, he stated, 'have some kind of regulatory role to play, leading...creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon . . . their role is to assist the organism in maintaining life' (1999: 51)....
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Loving Nature: Towards an Ecology of Emotion

Kay Milton - Nature - 2002 - 182 pages
...that take place in the body in response to some stimulus. All emotions, he stated, 'have some kind cjf regulatory role to play, leading in one way or another...creation of Circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon . . . their role is to assist the organism in maintaining life' (1999: 51)....
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Deep Listeners: Music, Emotion, and Trancing, Volume 2

Judith O. Becker - Music - 2004 - 194 pages
...and secondary emotions as well as what Damasio calls "background emotions" or moods. 1) Emotions are complicated collections of chemical and neural responses,...creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon; emotions are about the life of an organism, its body to be precise, and...
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The Sacred Neuron: Extraordinary New Discoveries Linking Science and Religion

John Bowker - Philosophy - 2007 - 226 pages
...argument about the common biological core that underlies the integration of emotions: 1. Emotions are complicated collections of chemical and neural responses,...creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon; emotions are about the life of an organism, its body to be precise, and...
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Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice

Flemming Hansen, Sverre Riis Christensen - Business & Economics - 2007 - 462 pages
...biological causes underlying these emotional responses are outlined by Damasio (2000, p. 51): "Emotions are complicated collections of chemical and neural responses,...creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism exhibiting the phenomenon; emotions are about the life of an organism, its body to be precise, and...
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Behavioral Operations Management

Christoph H. Loch, Yaozhong Wu - Business & Economics - 2007 - 115 pages
...wrong, significantly incomplete. Behavior is significantly influenced by emotions. Emotions can be seen as "complicated collections of chemical and neural...have some kind of regulatory role to play, leading in some way or another to the creation of circumstances advantageous to the organism. (...) Notwithstanding...
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