Cannon-Bard Theory

Cannon-Bard Theory

This theory of emotion states that emotion is produced when some stimulus triggers the thalamus to send information simultaneously to the brain (specifically, the cerebral cortex) and the autonomic system (including the skeletal muscles). Thus, the stimulus is perceived at both a physiological and a subjective level.

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