Psyc317 Lec 8 Notes

Psyc317 Lec 8 Notes - PSYC 317 Lec 8: Emotion 9/28/2007...

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PSYC 317 – Lec 8: Emotion 28/09/2007 12:03:00 Antecedent -> appraisal -> emotion -> expression, subjective experience,  physiology, cognition, behavior Antecedent  Events or situations that may arouse an emotion Scherer (Swiss psychologist) o Participants described situations when they last felt anger, disgust,  fear, joy, sadness, shame, and guilt Recall situation of which you felt a strong emotion and can  describe vividly, complete several questions ‘relationship with friends,’ ‘ temporary meetings with friends,’  ‘achievement situations’ antecedents to joy. ‘relationships’ and ‘injustice’ antecedents to anger ‘problems in relationships’ and ‘death’ antecedents to sadness o same types of antecedents bring about same emotions across cultures  (universal similarities)
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E U J R e l a ti o n s h i p s 2 2 3 T e m p o r a r m e e ti n g s 1 1 1
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o can see that there are percentage differences as what caused them joy o Japanese listed relationship problems as more of an antecedent for  sadness than Americans and Europeans, but death is less of an  antecedent than for Americans and Europeans Japanese have different beliefs about death: deceased are still  internally connected o Same types of antecedents bring about same emotions across cultures o Frequencies pf antecedents o Socially engaging vs. socially disengaging emotions Engaging: emotions that involve other people Disengaging: only involve self Appraisal Scherer Participants rated situations when they last felt anger, disgust, fear, joy, 
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course PSYC 317 taught by Professor Gildiesendruck during the Fall '07 term at Yale.

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Psyc317 Lec 8 Notes - PSYC 317 Lec 8: Emotion 9/28/2007...

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