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Unformatted text preview: d. facial feedback effect. 4. A television producer believes that violent TV programs provide viewers an opportunity to reduce their own anger through fantasy. The producer appears to accept the: a. James-Lange theory. b. facial feedback effect. c. relative deprivation principle. d. catharsis hypothesis. 5. A celebrity actress experiences ever-increasing levels of professional acclaim following each successful movie role. Yet with each success, she experiences no more than a temporary surge of subjective well-being. This is best explained in terms of the: a. catharsis hypothesis. b. James-Lange theory. c. two-factor theory. d. adaptation-level phenomenon....
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- Winter '08
- Psychology, Facial Feedback Effect, relative deprivation principle, c. Stanley Schachter