Chapter 3 - Chapter 3 9/7/2007 9:40:00 AM Bem's...

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Chapter 3 07/09/2007 08:40:00 Bem’s self-perception theory-  when internal states are weak, we observe  our behavior to learn how we feel or think. Facial Feedback Hypothesis-  changes in facial expressivity can lead to  changes in emotional responding.  o Your facial expressions and how it effects your emotions.  o Masking face emotions effect actual emotion.  Overjustification Effect-  intrinsic motivation diminished for activities  associated with extrinsic factors. o Do things because you like it, do it for the sheer pleasure of it. ->  intrinsic motivation Leper et al Study-> Reading 1**** Influences of Other People Social Comparison Theory - people evaluate their own abilities and opinions  by comparing themselves to similar others. Two - Factor Theory of Emotion-  The experience of emotion is based on  physiological arousal and a cognitive interpretation of that arousal. (rem. in 
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