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October 14, 2010 Sex and sexuality Emotion regulation Most successful strategy was trying to actively control their expression. Are good emotions suppressors also good thought suppressor? Turns out that they are unrelated. People who think their emotions cannot be changed are more likely to hide the expression. Those that think emotions are changeable try and change their feelings instead of just expression. 27 * 3 = 81 estimated heart rate 28 * 3 = 84 actual heart rate Diabetics are better at knowing their blood glucose levels in the real world than in the laboratory. They know how exercise and different foods affect them in the real world. They’re using multiple sources of information to determine their blood glucose level. In the lab, there are no external cues. Males were much better at guessing in the lab, women were not good. In the real world, men were good in the real world and women were much better. Women’s decisions about hunger are based heavily on external cues. Men are much better at noticing internal cues.
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Sexuality When people report their sexual arousal, and also measures physiological arousal. Men are very correlated – feeling and physiology are the
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Pennebaker during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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