Emotions of Animals: 11 Marvelously Photographical Reasons That Prove Animals Have Feelings Too

10/09/2008 06:51:00 AM ·

Emotion is simply characterized by experiencing a particular physiological state associated with a wide variety of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Emotions are the primary indicators of a humans well being and often affect out daily activities.

An interesting aspect of the psychology of emotions is that humans have mirror neurons that enable us to recognize what other peoples facial expressions mean in the context of the emotion.

Perspectives on emotions from the evolution theory were initiated in the late 19th century with Charles Darwin’s book The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals. “Darwin’s original thesis was that emotions evolved via natural selection and therefore have cross-culturally universal counterparts.” Read Full Article on Emotions of Animals:

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