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The hypothesis was supported by the outcome of the experiments results. They had also found 3 negative findings. The forearm measurements came back not supporting either side. At the end the scientists found that differences between 4 negative emotions. They agreed further studies are needed to prove their hypothesis. I learned how emotions work. That emotions connect to your feelings that are showed threw body language, such as facial expressions. I can use this in everyday life. Having this knowledge I better know what kind of day someone is having, or what type of mood someone is in. I can better tell if someone is mad or upset at me. 3. The Effects of Psychotherapy: An Evaluation By: Hans J. Eysenck Eysenck was an experimental physiologist who went to work in a mental hospital. He collected data on patients that were in the hospital. Most clinical physiologists go off of what they feel and experimental physiologists go off of what they see, they look more at data shown.
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Landis studied the amelioration rate (improvement rate) in mental hospitals with patients that were diagnosed with “neuroses”.
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