FEELINGS VOCABULARY MATCHING WORKSHEET
A feeling is an emotional state or reaction influenced by a person’s beliefs, memories, hormones, and environment.
They vary from person to person depending on how you experience your emotions.
Feelings can be subjective, evaluative, and independent of the sensations, thoughts, or images evoking them.
What Are The Theories Behind This Worksheet?
- Physiological Theories suggest that responses within the body are responsible for our emotions.
- Neurological Theories propose that the activities within the brain lead to emotional responses.
- Cognitive theories imply that thoughts and other mental activities are essential in forming emotions.
How Will This Worksheet Help You?
This worksheet will help you become more aware of your feelings and learn to be open about your emotions to improve your well-being.
How Should You Use This Worksheet?
This worksheet should be used to identify your feelings and emotions so that you can understand yourself and be understood.
You can also use this worksheet during your free time to learn more vocabulary associated with your feelings and emotions.
You can download this worksheet here
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Very Well Mind. (© 2023). The 6 Major Theories of Emotion. Available at: https://www.verywellmind.com/theories-of-emotion-2795717. [Accessed March 15, 2023]