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Emotion by Mind Map: Emotion

1. some people express certain emotions differently

2. Metaphors and symbols

2.1. colors can symbolize emotions

2.1.1. sadness

2.1.2. blue

2.1.2.1. calmness

2.1.3. red

2.1.3.1. love

2.1.3.2. anger

2.1.4. green

2.1.4.1. envy

2.2. animals to symbolize/represent metaphors

2.2.1. rabbit

2.2.1.1. low curiosity

2.2.1.2. virtue

2.2.1.3. quiet talent

2.2.1.4. restrained passion

2.2.2. wolf

2.2.2.1. strong

2.2.3. elk

2.2.3.1. wise

2.2.3.2. patience, pacing is the key

2.2.4. coyote

2.2.4.1. foolish

2.2.4.2. disruptive

2.2.4.3. looked down upon

2.2.4.4. troublemaker

2.2.5. mouse

2.2.5.1. attention to detail

2.2.5.2. scrutiny

2.3. weather as symbols

2.3.1. sunny

2.3.2. cloudy

2.3.2.1. raining

2.3.2.1.1. snowing

2.3.3. nighttime

2.3.3.1. early morning

2.3.4. fall

2.3.4.1. spring

2.3.4.1.1. summer

3. Ambiguous emotions

3.1. interest

3.1.1. distracted

3.2. nervousness

3.3. love

3.4. anxious

3.5. discomfort

3.6. pain/sadness

3.7. difficult to read

4. expressing emotions

4.1. sometimes we express emotions similarly -trends in emotional reactions

5. psychology

5.1. disorders

5.1.1. adhd/autism/spectrum disorders

5.1.1.1. difficulty expressing emotions

5.1.1.2. difficulty reading emotions

5.1.1.3. difficulties with social situations and body language

5.1.1.4. emotional outbursts

5.1.1.4.1. inappropriate emotions for situations

5.1.1.4.2. atypical reactions

5.1.1.5. guilt and self doubt

5.1.1.6. hyperactivity

5.1.1.6.1. innattention

5.1.1.7. jealousy

5.1.1.7.1. frustration

5.1.1.8. self doubt

5.1.1.8.1. medication-not wanting to need something to be "normal"

5.1.2. emotional disorders

5.2. psychoanalysis

5.2.1. carl jung

5.2.1.1. dream interpretation

5.2.1.1.1. subconscious/unconscious mind true feelings

5.3. theories

5.4. mental health

6. brain chemistry

6.1. scientific data about emotions

6.2. areas of the brain that display reactions during certian emotions

6.3. hormonal responses

6.3.1. PMS

6.4. neurological disorders

6.5. injuries and damages/affects on emotions

6.5.1. Traumatic brain injury