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For a very long while I was using the term ‘reaction’ to describe a ‘cognition reaction,’ i.e., a response that I have to something. But some years ago the phrase ‘cognitive dissonance’ was used in a much more general, broader sense (e.g., the term ‘unpleasant sensation’ from an earlier paper of mine). And then recently, after doing my due diligence, I came across this paper by Faraone (and the accompanying discussion by others) that really caught my attention:
‘The Reactions You Have To Things: Evidence from Cognitive and Motivational Systems’ by F.A.N. Faraone
Faraone (2010) argues that there are two common reactions that we have to things (the first being cognitive and the second being motivational). This means that there are two ways in which emotions are generated: cognitive or emotional.
First off, he gives a short overview of the role of our internal cognitive processes in creating the emotions that we experience. He notes that we are not really conscious of the emotional content of our thoughts, although our minds can be ‘perceiving’ the inner thoughts that are being processed as emotional, based on how the thoughts appear to us. This, however, is not the same as thinking that our thoughts are emotionally charged.
So the reason that people are sensitive to negative events, such as heartbreak etc, is the same as our ability to experience emotions. (Emotional content is generated by the same kind of emotional brain processes as, and unlike, rationalizing responses.)
In contrast, we are not particularly attuned to our environment. The reason that people tend to be ‘numb’ to the presence of other people, or to our own pain, etc, is that we don’t need to be attuned to our environment to see or experience the external world, which is why we don’t need to be attuned.
So, a reaction that is activated by a situation that does not affect us directly, is one that involves a cognitive component. So a reaction that involves thinking about the external world that we don’t
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