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Unformatted text preview: Competition. If they don't care too much about their job, then it might not be a problem. •! Study by White, Fishbein, and Rutstein someone being mutilated. (1981) Attractive Liking Unattractive White, Fishbein, & Rutstein (1981) anxiety evoking. – steve martin! Male participants listened to either negative, passage from biology textbook comedy positive, or neutral audiotapes. –! All viewed a videotape of their future partner. get to go on a brief date with this women. –! Half of the participants saw an attractive female and the other half saw an unattractive female. –! Participants rated the attractiveness of the female confederate and their likely of the person. Neutral Negative (high arousal) positive Arousal should say liking and not likely. 3 Demonstration with young people (20ish) - first time to be in this kind of demonstration. 5 weddings - over tired and highly a roused, therefore fall in love. •! Arousal attribution theory and three facts regarding attraction: –! People who are close to us are more likely to be near when we are aroused or to arouse us. –! We are attracted to physically attractive people and those who are similar to us because we think they are more appropriate source of arousal than are others. •! A)! B)! C)! D)! According to arousal attribution theory all of the following statements are correct except: An emotion involves only body. Physiologically, joy and anger are quite similar to one another. being aroused should intensify one’s passionate feelings, providing one’s mind is free to attribute some of the arousal to a romantic stimulus. For a person to experience emotion, that person must be physiologically aroused and must interpret that arousal in emotional terms. 4...
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