Chapter 10: Disgust

Chapter 10 Learning Objectives

  • Does disgust meet the requirements for an emotion?
  • Define and explain the differences between the four types of disgust.
  • Is moral disgust an emotion or is moral disgust anger?
  • Are disgust facial expressions universal or socially constructed?
  • Are disgust vocal changes universal or socially constructed?
  • How does physiology change during disgust? Does this vary with the type of disgust?
  • How are important brain structures involved in the emotion components of disgust? Does this research support a locationist or one-network theory?
  • How do the circumplex models view disgust? Does disgust co-occur with any other self-reported emotions?
  • What are the similarities and differences between anger and disgust (and contempt)?

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