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Chapter 12 Emotions, Stress, and Health

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Emotions, Stress, and Health “When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.” -Dale Carnegie
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Universal emotions (a) Happiness (b) Anger (c) Surprise (d) Disgust (e) Sadness (f) Fear
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Functional emotions Emotions evolved to serve specific functions Guide behavior toward fundamental goals Emotion Goal Loneliness Belonging Disgust Health Sexual Arousal Reproduction Anger & Fear Safety Jealousy Relationship maintenance
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Emotion, mood, and affect…oh my!
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Components of emotion
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Theories of emotion James-Langetheory Physiological symptoms precede psychological symptoms Emotion Triggering Stimulus Physiological Reaction Awareness to Physiological Reaction
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Theories of emotion Cannon-Bard theory Physiological symptoms occur simultaneously with psychological symptoms Emotion Triggering Stimulus Physiological Reaction Emotional Reaction
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Theories of emotion Schachter-Singer two-factor theory
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