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Emotionology



“Welcome to Emotionology class.” Prof. Hedium greeted the students.

“Today we are going to go on with our previous discussion last meeting. 


Mr. Hart,..just what did exactly we discuss if you are kind enough to 


remind us?”



“The theory of Multiple Emotional Intelligences inspired by The Multiple 


Intelligences Theory introduced earlier by Howard Gardner.” Jeremy Hart 


answered that question with confidence.



“Great! I believe we all still remember Mr. Gardner introducing the multiple 


intelligences theory saying that each human being is smart! Our brains are 


capable of being potential in many fields. It started from 6 intelligences and 


growing until 14. And how about our hearts? A research by a Chinese 


psychologist concluded that each human being is capable of having one 


stronger feelings over the others. Some will be easily jealous more than 


others. Some others would fall in love easier than the others. It was not 


explained in detailed versions when emotion first studied by..who Ms. 


Gragi?” Professor Hart looked at Jennifer in an inquiry way.



“James and Lange?”


“Exactly!!!”

James-Lange theory suggests that Emotions are results of changes in our 


bodies. Later on, the theory was confirmed by the Chinese biologists 


studying LIMBIC SYSTEM–parts of our brain supporting the existence of 


emotion. And today,…we are going to observe that in detail by dissecting 


human brains!” Prof. Hedium grinned.



“Go to your dead bodies, everyone.” He ordered and was obeyed by 


youngsters in the lab.


“Your objective is to make some profiling of what kind of person the dead 


body was. In an hour, I want you to analyse the dead bodies’ emotional 


intelligences.



“In front of you is lying deceased humans approved by their family for our 


study. Make their death useful by learning how LIMBIC SYSTEM works. 


After an hour, I want you to check your answers with the slides I have 


with me. Got it?”

“YES!” Everyone in the room shouted in agreement.

“Well,…let’s slice some brains!”



With that command, everyone turned to their table and started dissecting 


the dead body’s brain. They observed, argued each other and jumped into 


conclusions–some are forced by majority votes of the groups.





In an hour, everybody was seated.

“Group 1. You dissected body number 1, yes?”


Group one nodded.


“Your analysis indicated the high function of Hypothalamus. The feeling of 


being horny all the time? Is horny even a feeling? And you said that the 


dead body was sexually active?”


The class burst into laughter.


“Correct!”


“YES!” All the members of group one applauded themselves and other to 


them.



“Body number 1 is… I mean, was, Jonathan Hamburg. He had this record 


of raping young ladies of teen age due to high sexual desire. His 


psychological analysis showed that he was incapable of controlling his 


sexual desire. He always felt aroused even by simple things.”





“Group 2. You wrote here the Nucleus Accumbens was over the avarage 


amount. You predicted the dead body as a junkie. Correct!”

The same reaction happened and this time toward group 2.

“Body number 2 was Jamie Hatch. His criminal record can substitute red 


carpet on Award Shows. And mostly it was on drug use based on is feeling 


of addiction.





The analysis went on groups by group until the last one.

“Well,…your group detected high sensitivity of Dentate Gyrus. You 


analyzed that the person to be a lazy one? The pursuit of happiness as in 


being adonis?

“Correct!”


“The need to feel happy is vast on the dead body. She would do anything 


to skip obligations and after the happiness. It was her addiction. She left 


everything that made her human. She went on being in a paradise of her 


own. Never marry a girl like her.”





Everyone in the class laughed. However, a sentence form Prof. Hedium 


stopped them.





“I was married to her.”

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