Chapter 11 deals with our emotions, as well as factors of motivation in our lives. The chapter provides an overview of different types of theories regarding emotion, such as the Discrete Emotions Theory and the Cognitive Theories of Emotion. Also discussed in the chapter is the presence of non-verbal expressions of emotions, such as body language and gestures. Often we can express our emotions towards a situation without saying a word or actually making a "common" face that registers as a certain emotion. Another thing that stuck out to me is how we use personal space as a means of displaying a message. As we grow, our want for a personal space grows, increasing the distance between us and others we interact with. It was stated that when the need to intimidate occurs, we tend to get closer to the person we wish to intimidate. The chapter ends in a discussion of motivation, along with theories that discuss what exactly it is that drives us forward. Whether it is a positive goal or a need for safety, theories such as incentive and hierarchy of needs, respectively, offer us explanations about why we choose to push forward.