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Emotional Awareness by Mind Map: Emotional Awareness

1. Triune Brain

1.1. Paul MacLean

1.2. Hindbrain behaviors are characteristically automatic.

1.3. Reptilian brain

1.4. Hindbrain: The survival brain is made up of the Pons, Cerebellum, and the Medulla Oblongta

1.4.1. Medulla Breathing Vital Reflexes

1.4.2. Pons

1.4.3. Cerebellum Muscle movement Balance

1.5. Neocortex: The Thinking Brain. Two Hemispheres, the left and right, and Four Lobes.

1.5.1. Neutrons

1.5.2. Occipital Lobe: Vison

1.5.3. Parietal Lobe: Body sensation, like touch

1.5.4. Temporal Lobes: Hearing

1.5.5. Frontal Lobe: Planning, Behaviors and visceral sensations.

1.6. Limbic System:The feeling Brain.

1.6.1. Amygdala: Associate events with emotions

1.6.2. Hippocampus: Converts info for storage

1.6.3. Hypothalamus:Regulates hormones to the pituitary

2. Mind/Body connection

2.1. How can it be that our actions are governed by chemical processes in the brain?

2.2. The Mind Brain problem.

2.2.1. Can the mind exist independent of the brain?

2.2.2. Can a Brain operate with our a mind

2.2.3. Dose the mind deepen on a particular mix of chemical- a configuration of brain cells-a network of electrical activity to have a mental experience?

2.3. Technological Singularity

3. Carl Jungs Axis

3.1. The more developed any one of the functions, the less developed its opposite.

4. Carl Jung, Developed the theory of personality

5. Sigmund Freud, Founding father of Psychoanalysis

5.1. For the self to be fully actualized, the various components of the personality must be completely developed and distinguishable. Sigmund Freud.

5.1.1. Free Association and Dream Analysis

5.1.2. Personal unconscions

5.1.3. Id Ego Superego

5.1.4. Personality

6. The Functions

6.1. Sensing

6.2. Thinking

6.3. Intuiting

6.4. Feeling