AnswerAttribution Negation Feedback Homeostasis Add Question HereQuestion 147Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionThe perception of an emotion in any situation can depend on what a person thinks has caused his or her feelings of physical arousal. This illustrates which theory of emotion? Answercommon sense theory Cannon-Bard theory James-Lange theory attribution theory Add Question HereQuestion 148Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAn experiment in which male subjects were given phony feedback about their heart rate responses to slides of nude females shows that Answerperception of emotion is altered by misinformation about the effects of adrenaline. people are not easily fooled about their own emotional responses. physical arousal is unimportant to emotion. emotion is affected by the attribution of physical arousal. Add Question HereQuestion 149Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhich of the following researchers in the area of emotion would probably be most interested in Valins’s notion of attribution? AnswerJames and Lange
Cannon and Bard Dodson Schachter Add Question HereQuestion 150Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionRegarding Valins’s experiment in which male subjects were given phony feedback about their heart rate responses to slides of nude females, which of the following statements is FALSE? AnswerThe male subjects who heard the false heart beat consistently rated the slides paired with a “pounding heart” as the most attractive. The results of this experiment demonstrate the effects of attribution on emotions. The male subjects, in order to explain their apparent arousal, came to believe that the slides they selected during the phony rapid heart beat were really the most attractive. Valins’ theory is most similar to the Cannon-Bard theory of emotion. Add Question HereQuestion 151Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen parents try to break up the romance of a son or daughter, they tend to add anger, frustration, and fear to the situation. Then, the romantic couple may see the cause of all these intense feelings to be "love." This situation is BEST explained by which theory of emotion? AnswerCannon-Bard theory James-Lange theory attribution theory common sense theory Add Question HereQuestion 152Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAlthough he doesn't understand why, Rick finds that his attraction to his girlfriend is intensified when she flirts with other men. His increased attraction may be caused by his ____ regarding his emotional arousal. Answerdenial secondary appraisal frustration attribution Add Question HereQuestion 153Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionThe _____ theory predicts that you are most likely to “love” someone who gets you stirred up emotionally, even when fear, anger, frustration, or rejection is part of the formula.
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