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Unformatted text preview: heart pounding and the feeling of fear at the same time. And according to the Two-Factor Theory of Schachter and Singer, I first start to sweat and the heart rate goes up as I perceive the dragon approaching. Then I start to think what the dragon is going to do to me. I imagine the dragon biting my head off, or it firing its flame at me. Then I start to feel fearful by the fact that I am going to die by that dragon. According to Magus William James, I should feel braver when I constantly tell myself that I am actually brave. He told me that bodily changes do not have much effect on how I feel, but rather intensify my emotion. He advised me not to care much about my bodily change, so I tried to fix my mindset to being a brave warrior....
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course PYCH pych1 taught by Professor Chenier during the Fall '10 term at UCSD.
- Fall '10