Plutchik's Eight Major Factors Affecting Human Thinking

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(Plutchik, 1980) proposed the eight primary natures of emotion. First is, the joy, acceptance, fear, surprise, sadness, disgust, anger, and anticipation. He suggested that the complex emotions such as guilt and love are derived from combinations of primary emotions. Some says that when people are not using his or her brain every single of the day or even exercise it for some brain games or things that can make you think, other cells in the brain is shrinking. And that is one of the reason why people must often use or train his/her brain. Based on research, there is an average of 70,000 thoughts a person can have in one day and in other cases it is the other way around. Too much thinking can cause mental disease like Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and other mental disorder. A human is the highest kind of specie that uses the higher intellectual functions such as thinking, planning, and…show more content…
One is that how a person is being raised, his/her tradition, situations that he/she is facing, and also in decision making. These factors including the past experience (Juliusson , Karlson, & Garling, 2005). It influences what people make or choice. Significant factors include age and socioeconomic status, genetics, creativity, core faith and culture, attitude, and belief of personal relevance. Some choices are straight forward that require a multi-step approach in making decisions. In how a person is being raised is that there are lots of aspects of thinking encompasses like how he or she do, how his or her parents treat and react about the things that a person is facing. Or it is a person’s tradition that he/she is prohibited to do such thing. Lack of sleep is one of the factors that can damage the brain and it can also contribute to the major factors affecting human thinking and most probably drugs, problems, depression, rumors, surroundings, families, and

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