Emotions serve to establish our position in confronting the environment and lead us towards certain people, objects, strategies of action and ideas, while at the same time pushing us away from others. Some of the basic emotions are innate patterns, which are born with the person and do not require learning. However, the expression or inhibition of emotions, both in childhood and adulthood, depends on the cognitive development of the individual and the cultural context in which they live. This lesson addresses key aspects of the function of emotions in social relationships. For the consolidation of learning you can access by clicking here.
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