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Psychology in Action

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Unformatted text preview: T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 370 Learning Objectives 371 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 372 Teaching Resources 375 Lecture Lead-Ins 376 Lecture Extenders 377 Key Terms 379 Discussion Questions 380 Web Sites 381 Suggested Films and Videos 382 Books for Success 383 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 384 Brain-Based Learning Activities 387 Critical Thinking Exercises 389 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 394 Writing Project 396 O utline Theories and Concepts of Motivation Instructors Resource Guide Chapter 12 Page 113 C HAPTER 12 MOTIVATION AND EMOTION Biological Theories Research Highlight Sensation Seeking Psychology at Work Overcoming Test Anxiety Psychosocial Theories Biopsychosocial Theory Motivation and Behavior Hunger and Eating Research Highlight Fuel for Thought Eating Disorders Critical Thinking/Active Learning Obesity-Weighing the Evidence Achievement Theories and Concepts of Emotion Three Components of Emotion Research Highlight Mirror Neurons-I Share Your Pain! Four Major Theories of Emotion Critical Thinking about Motivation and Emotion Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation The Polygraph as a Lie Detector Emotional Intelligence (EI) Case Study/Personal Story The Emotional Intelligence of Abraham Lincoln Gender and Cultural Diversity Culture, Evolution, and Emotion L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 12, the student should be able to: Instructors Resource Guide Chapter 12 Page 114 12.1 Define motivation and emotion, and explain why theyre studied together. (p. 406) 12.2 Describe the six major theories of motivation. (p. 408) 12.3 Discuss the major biopsychosocial factors that influence hunger and eating. (p. 414) 12.4 How does expressing willpower affect later self-control? (p. 416) 12.5 Describe the three key eating disordersobesity, anorexia, and bulimia. (p. 416) 12.6 Discuss the controversial study that found people live longer if theyre slightly overweight. (p. 418) 12.7 Define achievement motivation, and list the characteristics of high achievers. (p. 419) 12.8 Describe the three key components of emotions. (p. 421) 12.9 Discuss how mirror neurons contribute to emotions and observational learning. (p. 423) 12.10 Compare and contrast the four major theories of emotion. (p. 425) 12.11 Define intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, and describe how they affect motivation. (p. 430) 12.12 Discuss polygraph testing and its effectiveness in lie detection. (p. 432) 12.13 What is emotional intelligence (EI), and why is it controversial? (p. 432) 12.14 List the five key traits of emotional intelligence (EI) shown by Abraham Lincoln. (p. 434) 12.15 Discuss culturally universal emotions and differing display rules. (p. 435) C hapter S ummary/ L...
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