Chapter_8_addl - grief, depression, frustration,...

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Emotion and Cognition Based on the theories of Richard Lazarus: An event is experienced. Primary appraisal: Is the event positive, negative or neutral? Secondary appraisal: Assessment of our emotions and capability to cope.
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Emotion and Cognition (cont.) Negative Emotions that result from harm, loss or threats: anger, fear, shame, sadness, jealousy, and disgust Positive Emotions that result from reaching goals: happiness, joy, pride, and love Borderline Emotions; hope, contentment, compassion Non-Emotions or Arousal or Cognitive Evaluations that could lead to emotions:
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Unformatted text preview: grief, depression, frustration, disappointment, nervousness, tension, curiosity, surprise and amazement. Main effects of emotions Effect on perception: Informational moods: moods affect how ambiguous information is processed and appraised. Effect on values and attitudes: Reinforcement role of emotions. Effect on motivation: Approach vs. Avoidance. Effect on experienced stress: Emotions consume resources. Effect on well being: The role of positive affect....
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course MGT 325 taught by Professor Roth during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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