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  • In the last episode of Down the Rabbit Hole, we discussed what would happen if we had no

    在上一集〈掉進無底洞〉,我們討論如果沒有情緒會發生什麼事。

  • emotions.

    在本集,讓我們一看關於情緒如何產生的驚人事實。

  • In this episode, I'd like to talk about the surprising truth about how emotions are

    目前有很多解釋情緒如何生成的理論,但這裡我只集中討論其中一個:

  • made.

    由麗莎・費德曼·巴瑞特博士提出的情緒建構論。

  • There are many theories of emotion, but I'm just going to be discussing one: the theory

    我想你會覺得這個理論很有趣、反直覺,且很重要,

  • of constructed emotion which was coined by Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett.

    你將再也不會用相同方式去看待情緒。

  • I think you'll find that this theory is interesting, unintuitive, and important; you'll

    或許,開啟這個話題最好的方式是從大腦說起。

  • never look at emotion the same way again.

    大腦演化來為身體服務

  • Without further hesitation, let's just keep on jumping into it.

    你的身體裡充滿許多需要被平衡和保持在健康範圍內的資源。

  • Perhaps, the best place to start is with the brain.

    巴瑞特博士創造了一個貼切的字詞來表示:「身體預算」

  • The brain evolved to serve the body.

    你的身體需要為前述資源維持健康的預算,你才能生存

  • You body is full of resources that need to be balanced and kept in a healthy range.

    與茁壯。

  • Dr. Barrett coins a useful term here: body-budget.

    任何在你身體預算裡的改變,都會喚起你的一些基本感覺

  • Your body needs to maintain a healthy budget of these resources, so you can survive and

    叫做「情感」

  • thrive.

    情感與情緒不同

  • Anytime there is change in your body budget, some basic feelings will arise within you

    情感只有兩個面向,效價和喚起程度。

  • called affect.

    你可以感受愉快或不愉快;

  • Affect is different from emotion.

    高喚起或低喚起,換句話說,平靜或激動。

  • It only has two-dimensions: valence and arousal.

    正向影響你身體預算的事物會讓你感受良好。

  • You can feel pleasant or unpleasant.

    負面影響你身體預算的事物則讓你感到不快。

  • Aroused or unaroused; in other words, calm or agitated.

    再說一次,這是「情感」而非情緒。

  • Things that impact your body budget in a positive way make you feel good.

    情感是意識的一部份,而我們為什麼會感受到情感仍然是個科學謎題。

  • Things that impact your body budget in a negative way make you feel bad.

    你不是生下來就知道如何控制自己的身體預算。

  • Again, this is affect and not emotion.

    而是從身為嬰兒時,開始學習控制

  • Affect is a part of being conscious, and the reason we feel it is still a scientific mystery.

    我們的大腦建構關於世界的模型,是立基於我們過去的經驗,

  • You're not born with the knowledge of how to control your body budget.

    那些幫助我們調節自我的經驗

  • You begin learning this as a baby.

    這是一個重點:我們建構的世界模型是預測的,

  • Our brains construct models of the world, based on our past experiences, that help us

    而非反應的。

  • regulate ourselves.

    你的大腦的運作方式是「預測→修正」,而非「刺激→反應」。

  • Now, here's a very important point: our models of the world are predictivenot

    根據巴瑞特博士和其他科學家,預測比反應更加有效率、可適應。

  • reactive.

    你的大腦不只預測外部世界發生的事,

  • Your brain is governed by prediction -> correction, not stimulus -> response.

    它也預測在你裡面發生的事。

  • According to Barrett and other scientists, prediction is a lot more efficient and adaptive

    大腦要在你完全脫水前讓你感到口渴,

  • than reaction.

    它要讓你在懸崖邊時感到恐懼,而非等到你已經墜落的時候(才感受恐懼)。

  • Your brain doesn't just predict what's happening in the external worldit also

    你過去的經驗會構成你的模型。

  • predicts what's going on inside of you.

    你的模型是為了調節你的身體預算而造。

  • A brain should make you feel thirsty before you're completely dehydrated; it should

    你的模型在每分每秒預測這世上什麼事正要發生

  • make you feel afraid at the ledge of the cliff, and not when you've already fallen off.

    理想上,如果預測出錯,你的大腦會更新自己的模型

  • Your past experiences make up your model.

    根據它的預測,它會調整你的身體預算並讓你感受到一些情感。

  • Your model is made to regulate your body budget.

    而這跟情緒有什麼關係?

  • Your model predicts what's going to happen in the world at every moment.

    你關於世界的模型是由概念或種類組成。

  • Ideally, if the prediction is wrong, then your brain will update its model.

    概念模型的靈活性非常驚人。

  • Based on its prediction, it will modify your body budget and make you feel some affect.

    你可以合併舊有概念來組成新概念。

  • Where does emotion come into this?

    雖然我沒見過任何一個,但我能組合一個鱷魚、一條蛇、一隻巨大的鳥,和火

  • Your model of the world is made up of concepts or categories.

    來想像出一個新的生物:龍

  • This conceptual model is incredibly flexible.

    概念如何組合是根據我們的個人目標

  • You can combine old concepts to make new concepts.

    而非固定不變的

  • Even though I've never seen one, I can combine an alligator, with a snake, with a large bird,

    舉例來說,假設我的目標是壓住紙堆。

  • with fire to imagine a new creature: a dragon.

    現在我要尋找的是能當紙鎮的東西。

  • Concepts come together based on our goals as individuals.

    從字面上來看,任何有足夠重量的東西都能當紙鎮:一個石頭,

  • They are not static things.

    一個花瓶,一個電腦,一個人,以此類推。

  • For example, let's say that my goal was to hold down a stack of papers.

    巴瑞特博士說,情緒是我們依據過往經驗建構的目標本位概念。

  • Now, I have to look for things that can be a paperweight.

    假設有人超你的車,

  • Literally anything with a sufficient amount of weight can serve as a paperweight: a rock,

    你建構出什麼情緒,是根據你大腦預測在你之外、在你裡面有什麼事情正在發生,

  • a vase, a computer, a person, so on and so forth.

    和你的目標是什麼。

  • Dr. Barrett says that emotions are goal-based concepts that we construct based on our past

    如果你預測那個人試圖傷害你或不把你當一回事,

  • experiences.

    你的身體預算會改變,你將會感受到激動的情感,並因想要表達「我很重要」的目標

  • Let's say that someone cuts you off in traffic.

    而按下喇叭。

  • The emotion you construct will depend on what your brain predicts is happening outside of

    你建構了生氣的情緒。

  • you, inside of you, and what your goal is.

    然而,如果你預測那個人在趕去醫院的路上,你的身體預算會改變,

  • If you predict that someone tried to hurt you or didn't value your life, your body

    你會保持平靜,且你會因著希望那個人順利通過的目標而慢下來

  • budget will change, you'll feel an agitated affect, and you will honk the horn with the

    你建構了同理或同情的情緒。

  • goal of saying, “I MATTER!”.

    用巴特瑞博士的話來說,「情緒是行動的處方籤」

  • You've constructed the emotion of anger.

    情緒是我們應如何行動以達成目標的預測。

  • However, if you predict that the person is on their way to the hospital, your body budget

    這些預測建立在過去的經驗,是我們建構的概念。

  • will change, you'll stay calm, and you'll slow down with the goal of letting the person

    情緒有很多不同類型是我們可以感受和如何被表達的。

  • who cut you off travel effectively.

    最終,這代表我們要對我們如何建構自己關於世界的概念模型負責。

  • You've constructed the emotion of sympathy or empathy.

    因為這些概念模型會控制我們的預測。

  • In Dr. Barrett's words, “[emotions] are a prescription for action”.

    我們將會在之後的影片討論這個主題。

  • Emotions are predictions about how we should act in order to achieve a goal.

    你可能會覺得這個想法在一開始很難掌握。

  • These predictions are based on past experiences, and they are concepts that we construct.

    畢竟它很新且反直覺。

  • There is a lot of variation in the types of emotions we can feel and how they are expressed.

    但,這個科學理論有很多證據支持。

  • Ultimately, this means that we are responsible for how we construct our conceptual model

    而這個理論對社會帶來很多重要的意義。

  • of the world because this will control our predictions.

    如果你想了解更確切及詳細的理論內容,我強力推薦你閱讀巴瑞特博士的書:

  • We'll talk about this in a future video.

    《情緒跟你以為的不一樣》

  • You might find this idea hard to grasp at first.

    我會在說明中放上連結。(台灣有出中文版)

  • It's pretty new and unintuitive.

    謝謝觀看,我們下次再見!

  • But, this is a scientific theory with a lot of evidence to support it.

  • It also has important implications for society.

  • If you really want a more accurate and detailed understanding of the theory, I highly recommend

  • reading Dr. Barrett's book on the topic: How Emotions Are Made.

  • I've put a link in the description.

  • As always, thanks for watching, and I'll see you next time!

In the last episode of Down the Rabbit Hole, we discussed what would happen if we had no

在上一集〈掉進無底洞〉,我們討論如果沒有情緒會發生什麼事。

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