Principles of Emotions & Emotional Messages

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What are defined as the physiological, behavioral, or communicative reactions to stimuli that are cognitively processed and experienced?

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1. The purpose of an I-message is to

2. An effective I-message allows you to

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Essentially, we'll examine you on your understanding of things such as I-messages, the communication of emotion, and related vocabulary.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To expand on the above, we'll test you on:

  • Physiological, behavioral, and/or communicative reactions to certain stimuli
  • The purpose/qualities of I-messages
  • Effective emotional communication
  • The action of being aware of/sensitive to others' feelings and thoughts

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about I-messages
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding effective communication
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related emotions/emotional messages lesson

Additional Learning

Take learning a step further by watching the accompanying video lesson, Principles of Emotions & Emotional Messages. With this lesson, we'll cover topics such as:

  • What emotions are
  • Complications with communicating emotion
  • The concept of empathy
  • Examples of sharing emotions
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