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Lecture 13 Motivation, Sleep, and Emotion

4 5 sleep cycles occur in a typical nights sleep

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4-5 sleep cycles occur in a typical night's sleep. Emotions A class of subjective feelings elicited by stimuli that have high significance to an individual. Are valenced (?) Emotional Forecasting How accurate are we at predicting: 1. Future emotional states? 1. How long an emotion will last? Impact Bias The tendency to overestimate the duration of the emotional consequences of an event. o Causes of impact bias: Understimate the power of our emotional setpoint. Good at predicting valence & intensity of emotional reactions. Bad at predicting how LONG these emotional reactions will last. Emotional Homeostasis Adaption-Level Principle: you adapt to a current situation so that it becomes normal or the "neutral level". Changes from this neutral level produces an emotional response. Common-Sense Theory of Emotion Common sense suggests that the perception of a stimulus elicits the emotion which then causes bodily arousal. Sometimes we react physically before we're aware of what we're feeling. James-Lange Theory of Emotion Perception of a stimulus causes bodily arousal which leads to emotion.
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