emotions 40-42 pysc 2000

emotions 40-42 pysc 2000 - PSY C 2000 M odule 40 Emotions...

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PSYC 2000
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Module 40
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Emotions are a mix of ________________ activation Expressive behaviors Conscious experience
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But how do these three pieces (physiological arousal, behavior, conscious experience) fit together? ______________ between physiology and emotional experience Arousal before conscious experience? Vice-Versa? Interaction between thinking and feeling Cognition precedes emotion? Vice-Versa?
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The “Common-Sense” Theory Main idea: “feelings make us behave” The James-Lange Theory Main idea: “behavior makes us feel” The Cannon-Bard Theory Main idea: “behavior and feelings are simultaneous” The Two-Factor Theory (Schachter & Singer) Main idea: “interpretation is key”
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Why do you cry? First comes conscious awareness __________ comes physiological activity.
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Situation conscious awareness bodily reaction FEAR
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William James and Carl Lange proposed an idea that was diametrically opposed to the common- sense view. James-Lange theory proposes that physiological activity ________ the emotional experience.
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Asked, how can you have an emotion WITHOUT a bodily reaction? Situation bodily reaction emotion FEAR
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Basically, they thought that our ________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________.
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Testing the theory Hypothesis 1: You need the body in order to feel emotions. Test: Interview people with high vs. low spinal cord injuries Low spinal cord injury: Little change in emotions High spinal cord injury: “Sometimes I act angry... But it doesn’t have the heat to it that it used to. It’s a mental kind of anger.”
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