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L13 Emotion - Emotion Basic Difficulty with Studying...

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Emotion Basic Difficulty with Studying Emotion Passing the ROT test (repeatable, observable, testable). Emotion is not publically observable. So, what do we measure? Facial expressions Self report Physiological measures Facial expressions revisited
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Facial Expressions Ekman’s findings on cross-cultural recognition. In general, universally people can identify 6 or 7 emotional expressions reliably. (women are better than men at identifying emotional expressions. Problems with trusting facial expressions: Simulation – The actors skill. Hiding - The poker player’s skill.
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Self Report Happiness Literature Most people worldwide are pretty happy. What does not make people happier? Man vs. Woman, Old vs. Young, Rich vs. Poor What does make people happier? Married vs. Single, Many friends vs. Few friends, Religious vs. Non- religious, Satisfying work vs. Non-satisfying work. Problems with self report: Lying Self deception Poor awareness
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Physiological Measures Polygraph (lie detector) Respiratory rate Pulse rate Blood volume (pressure) Galvanic Skin Response (GSR)
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