Emotion - PSYCH 10: Emotion [DESCRIPTION] Q: What is...

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P P SYCH SYCH  10:   10:  Emotion Emotion [DESCRIPTION] Q: Q:     What is emotion? A: A: states of feeling that can affect behavior responses to social relations and external stimuli spontaneous, uncontrollable subjective (private), valence (pos – neg) changing amplify motivational states (drives) and give priority to some accompanied by physio changes and thoughts about the emotion and its causes Q: Q:     feelings? A: A: private mental experience of an emotion (response triggered by conscious/unconscious  processes) Q: Q:     affect? A: A: entire topic of emotion and feeling Q: Q:     Plutchik’s model of emotion? A: A: 8 emotions with varying degrees of intensity Emotional/Biological connection Q: Q:     James-Lange Theory A: A: awareness of physiological responses to stimuli cause emotion Bang -> heart pounding -> fear Q: Q:     Cannon-Bard Theory C: C:      
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2008 for the course PSYCH 10 taught by Professor Zaidel during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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Emotion - PSYCH 10: Emotion [DESCRIPTION] Q: What is...

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