Unit 4 Intrapersonal (Psych)

Unit 4 Intrapersonal (Psych) - Unit 4 Intrapersonal (Chp 10...

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Unit 4 Intrapersonal (Chp 10 and 11) Biology of Emotion A feeling, or affect, that can involve physiological arousal, conscious experience, and behavioral expression. Physiological Arousal o Autonomic nervous system (ANS) o Sympathetic nervous system (SNS) Fight, Flea or Freeze “the Idle” (CAR) o Parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) Rest and Digest “the break” (CAR) Blood Flow Decreases Pupils of eyes constrict Breathing rate is slower Heartbeat slower Skin perspiration decreases Digestive activity increases Adrenal gland activity decreases; stress hormones inhibited Measuring Arousal Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) Polygraph o Deception and arousal o Procedure
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Theories of Emotion James-Lange Theory o Physiological arousal emotion o Perception of physiological changes o Examples Cannon- Bard Theory o Emotional and physiological reactions occur simultaneously o Anger and joy are almost the same emotion Two-Factor Theory of Emotion
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