Matthew Leeds, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School., Harvard Extension School

Emotion is a fundamental, complex, and sometimes confusing part of human experience. This course surveys the current state of knowledge about human emotion. The questions addressed include the following: What is emotion? Do we find a set of universal basic emotions if we look across cultures? What are the functions of emotion? Can we control our emotions?
Prerequisite: introductory psychology. (4 credits)

  • 3 сентября 2013
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