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Lecture19_emotion_psych_S

Lecture19_emotion_psych_S - Review Questions 1 Are...

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Review Questions 1. Are attention & consciousness different? If so, how? 2. Compare & contrast automatic & conscious attention. 3. What is the difference between selective attention & divided attention? What areas of the brain are activated during each? 4. What are the 4 major mechanisms of attention & their associated neuroanatomical components? 5. Posner & Raichle propose 3 neural networks of attention: state the networks & their associated attentional functions. 6. Describe 3 different forms of inattention. 7. What are the main neural correlates of consciousness? 8. What is epilepsy & what are its 3 main symptoms? 9. Describe the 4 distinct types of seizures. 10.How is epilepsy treated?
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Emotion & Psychiatric Disorders
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Emotion
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The basic emotions The basic emotions anger fear disgust happy sad
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“facial language”
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What is emotion? Emotion/affect : response that is expressive and adaptive 1. Expressive: Behavioral Autonomic Hormonal 1. Adaptive Goal-oriented Recognized
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4 Main Behavioral Components of Emotion Physiology : CNS & ANS activity changes in hormones & visceral activity Distinctive motor behavior : facial expression, tone of voice, posture Self-reported cognition Unconscious behavior : behaviors based on intuition
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Historical Views on Emotion Lesion studies w/ animals revealed importance of thalamus & hypothalamus Critical for overt expression & autonomic responses
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