PSYCH 13 - OUTLINE Modules 31, 32 Emotions Emotions start....

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OUTLINE – Modules 31, 32 Emotions Emotions start… 1. What is emotion? 2. Theories of emotion 3. Expression of emotion Facial expression Non-verbal expression 4. Arousal and emotion
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EMOTIONS - WHAT ARE THEY? 3 Components: 1. physiological changes in our body 2. subjective cognitive states 3. expressive behaviors How do these components fit together?
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THEORIES OF EMOTION 1. Cannon - Bard Theory: What is it? EX: pulse races, dry mouth perspiration on forehead must give class presentation e m
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THEORIES OF EMOTION 2. James-Lange Theory: What is it? EX: Must give pulse races feeling labeled Presentation dry mouth as fear s w
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THEORIES OF EMOTION 3. Schacter & Singer Two-factor theory: What is it? Internal arousal Event subjective state O f e m
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Example of the Two-factor theory: Method: ± Male subjects crossed a very scary bridge. ± All reported feeling physiological arousal.
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PSYCH 13 - OUTLINE Modules 31, 32 Emotions Emotions start....

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