Emotion is a physiological response to a perceptio. Any change in attitude thart develpoes froman out come of a perception is emotion. When our senses detect an energy change from the outside which is called sensation, it fires whatever sense receptors the sense is triggering in our bodies to send neurological messages to the projection area in our brains where sensation ends with the experience of sensation. Then it is sent to the visual association area of our brain where perception begins withthe gathering of information. This is where we use past experience, our present emotional state and our ongoing motives to make percepotion of the sensation. Once the perception has been evaluated with the thinking process in the frontal lobes, we come to a judgement of the sensation, which is where perception ends. Then neurological impulses are sent from the frontal lobes to the hypothamlamus to make it aware of how the sensation was judged. At this piont the hypothalamus alerts the body of our judgement by sending out messages to the body to align with the mind. .
Emotion begins in the hypothalamus, when the hypothalamus receives the neuroloical impilses from the judgement center in the frontal lobes after a perception has been made. The hypothalamus controls all life functions in our bodied, It always monitors and stabilizes every body function. The hypothalamus informs the autonomic nervous system with neurologic impulse. the autonomic nerous system is the system that runs all the things in our bodies with unconscious control, like all the organs and blood vessels in our bodies. The hypothalamus also controlsthe endocrine system of ductless glands by releasing chemicals called hormones to the pituitary gland. The endocrine system manages the gland such as the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroids, adrenal, pancreas, ovaries and testes. The pitiutary gland is the master gland of the endocrine system, it influences the endocrine system by discharging hormones into the bloodstream and routing them to certain glands which react with their own hormones which in turn affects our response emotionally.