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Question 1 0.05 out of 0.05 points Within a culture, the majority of individuals can accurately identify basic emotions based on someone's Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 2 0.05 out of 0.05 points Lucille says that she has been feeling down in the dumps for quite awhile now, at least a few weeks. She says she does not feel horrible, just kind of blah. She's not really sure why she feels this way. Given the different characteristics of mood and emotion, what is the best label for Lucille's experience? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 3 0.05 out of 0.05 points What does it mean to say that emotion is a dynamic process? Selected Answer: Emotion is not that change over time.
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Correct Answer: Emotion is not that change over time. Question 4 0.05 out of 0.05 points In the systems model of emotion, the essential cognitive process that occurs following an activating event or object is labeled Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 5 0.05 out of 0.05 points The Broaden-and- Build Theory, presented in the article by Barbara Fredrickson, was developed to describe the purpose and role of positive emotions. Given this emphasis, this theory is consistent with the way of thinking promoted by one of the two schools of thought that were important in the early history of psychology. Which school of thought would emphasize studying the purpose and role of positive emotion?
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these quizzes are open book. If you don't remember the details about these schools of thought, then look them up in chaper 1.) Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 6 0.05 out of 0.05 points What does the "broaden" aspect of the Broaden- and-Build Theory refer to? Selected Answer: action tendencies Correct Answer: action tendencies Question 7 0.05 out of 0.05 points In one experiment on the effects of positive emotion, research participants were put in an anxiety- producing situation that caused physiological arousal. Then the participants were shown a film that caused positive, negative or neutral emotion. Researchers
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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