2011 Ch4 Emotions - Physiology Emotional Memory Irrational...

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Emotions: Thinking, Feeling and Communicating
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What are Emotions? Physiological Factors ______________________ Cognitive Interpretations ______________________
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Influences on Emotional Expression Group 3 Presentation!
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Guidelines for Expressing Emotions 1. Recognize your _____________ 2. Recognize the Difference between ________,________and________. 3. Expand your Emotional Vocabulary
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Guidelines for Expressing Emotions 1. Share Multiple ___________ 2. 3. Accept Responsibility 4. Be Mindful of Communication ________
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Managing Difficult Emotions _________ Emotions: Anger _________ Emotions : Rage Scenario 1: Work Being angry and expressing this to your boss about being passed up for a raise is much different than becoming raged and doing something destructive.
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Sources of Debilitative Emotions
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Unformatted text preview: Physiology: ___________ Emotional Memory ________________ Irrational Thinking/Fallacies Fallacy of Perfection It is impossible! Fallacy of ____________ You can’t please EVERYONE! Fallacy of Shoulds I should never be hurt. Fallacy of ______________ I am so stupid, I can’t do calculus! Irrational Thinking/Fallacies Fallacy of Causation If I don’t visit, then they won’t like me. Fallacy of Helplessnes It’s just a man’s world Fallacy of __________________ If I apply for the job, I won’t be hired anyway! Minimize Debilitative Emotions! __________ your reactions Notice the ________ that caused your feelings “Record” your Self-Talk Question your irrational beliefs!...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course COM 9 taught by Professor Estrellaromero during the Fall '11 term at Riverside Community College.

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2011 Ch4 Emotions - Physiology Emotional Memory Irrational...

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