Chapter 13 Powepoint

Chapter 13 Powepoint - Emotion & Personality Chapter 13...

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Emotion & Personality Chapter 13 March 23, 2010
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Emotions Emotions 1. distinct subjective feelings, or affect, associated with them 2. accompanied by bodily changes (ex: HR) 3. accompanied by distinct action tendencies
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Emotions People differ in emotional reactions, even to the same event, so emotions are useful in making distinctions between people __________- specific kind of emotion experienced __________- the way in which an emotion is experienced
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Emotional Content 1. What are emotions? 2. How many emotions do we have? 3. Why do we have emotions?
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States vs. Traits Emotional State - Transitory; depend on situation more so than person Emotional Trait- Pattern of emotional reactions displayed over time
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Expressing Emotions Emotions 550 emotion words in the English Language Two main dimensions/categories = Measures: PANAS, AIM, POMS
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Emotion Video 7 Basic Emotions 1.Surprised – shortest emotion 2.Joy 3.Anger 4.Fear 5.Disgust 6.Contempt 7.Sadness
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