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Unformatted text preview: tightening of the stomach, and rapid breathing. b) people search the situation/environment for cues that tell them what has caused the emotion. The infamous Schachter-Singer study of emotion: 1) Schachter and Singer told men who volunteered they were studying a vitamin supplement called Suproxin. The men were asked if they were willing to take the drug, and those who consented were injected with epinephrine or a placebo. Epinephrine, which is also called adrenaline, is released by our hormonal system whenever we face a stressful situation, and generally increases blood pressure, heart rate, and respiration. Thus the men who received the epinephrine were more physiologically aroused than those who received the inert placebo....
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- Fall '09