Emotion, Motivation, Stress.doc

10 what action tendencies are associated with primary

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10. What action tendencies are associated with primary emotions? How are these likely to have helped humans survive? 11. What are some of the strategies for coping with stress suggested by your instructor? 12. Describe the three stages of the General Adaptation Syndrome governing your physical and psychological response to stress. Fill in the Blank Fill in the blanks with the missing word or words to complete the sentence. 13. _____needs____________________ are something an organism requires to survive or function in a healthy manner. 14. The part of the brain that controls eating behavior in humans is the ______hypothalamus_____________________. 15. _____secure attachment____________________ describes the strong emotional bond that develops between infants and their caregivers. 2
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16. _______emotion__________________ are states of arousal involving physiological changes, cognitive evaluations, action tendencies, subjective feelings, and expressions to others. 17. The four display rules of facial expression cause us to ___________________________, __________________________, ____________________, or ____________________ the expression of emotion. 18. The study of the association between psychological functioning, the nervous and endocrine systems, and the body's immune system is called _________________. 19. The process involving the recognition of and response to threat or danger is called ____stress_____________________. Matching Match each term in the right-hand column with the appropriate definition in the left-hand column. Write the letter of the appropriate term in the blank at the left of each definition. ___ 20. The inner processes that arouse, direct, and sustain goal-directed activity. ___ 21. The emotions of contempt, guilt, empathy, shame, and embarrassment. ___ 22. The trust or confidence that a young infant has in an adult caregiver. ___ 23. Physiological changes, cognitive evaluations, action tendencies, subjective feelings, and expressions to others. ___ 24. The belief that the results of your actions are under your control. TEXT These questions will help you focus your studying of text related material. Chapter 11 1. What is the concept of " facial feedback " and how does it relate to emotional experience? 2. Which brain structures are most involved in emotion? Identify, in particular, the functions of the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex in the cerebral cortex. 3. How does culture influence emotional experience? Provide some specific examples. 3 a. secondary emotions b. motivation c. security of attachment d. the five basic elements of emotion e. internal locus of control
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4. What is " emotion work "? Why is it important?
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