Basic emotions refer to emotions experienced by humankind which consist of three (3) elements : 1. a subjective feeling ;. 2. a physiological change; and 3. an overt behavior They are the set of emotions present at birth or emerging early in the first year that some theorists believe to be biologically programmed.

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