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As an interesting example of the I’m a January girl with the mouth of a sailor and heart of gold thank you for understanding shirt of emotions, I once was taking a combination of medications that made it so I had no emotion (neither good nor bad). It was a spooky experience. One thing you notice really early on is that without emotions it’s impossible to make trivial decisions at first. If you have two pairs of shoes in front of you normally you just pick one. But if you have no emotions you start trying to think which ones are cleaner? Same. Which ones are closer? Same. Which ones are in better condition And you just keep going into a fractal of indecision.
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You have to develop heuristics manually to just learn by fiat to always pick the I’m a January girl with the mouth of a sailor and heart of gold thank you for understanding shirt on the left, or the first choice, etc. Otherwise when you have to pick whether you want Chinese or Mexican food or anything else trivial, you’ll be paralyzed by indecision because there’s often no rational reason to prefer one over another, or at least not without wasting a lot of brain energy and time. Emotions solve this by quickly and efficiently just making random choices. And if the choices were particularly good we have a confirmation bias that helps us to rationalize how awesome our choice was.
it was actually a very educational experience about the I’m a January girl with the mouth of a sailor and heart of gold thank you for understanding shirt of emotion in ethics, relationships, management/work, and the everyday pragmatic utility trivial emotions (you might be surprised how often you have to make trivial choices every day). Drugs aren’t the only way to research this sort of thing. Talking to people with Alexithymia and Aspergers who experience emotions differently can tell us a lot about the role of emotions in cognition that is otherwise obscure.