According to Sroufe, do infants initially experience full-blown emotions? If not, exactly
what do infants experience?
Sroufe does not believe that infants are capable of emotion. He considers them affective
beings. Progressing from infancy
Week #4, Senses & Religion Part I, the 5 senses in religious practices & experiences
Sense experiences as an integral part of human existence:
o 69: sense organs operate as openings that connect an individual creature & its
o 69: We are
Week #6: Sacred Texts Part I, Authorship, Formalization, & Later Developments
Example: the Saint John's illuminated Bible:
o The Heritage interview http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK9oCX5lBLQ
o On NBC Today Show http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULb9xZuj1bE
Week #8: Religiously motivated Social Activism Part I, Martin Luther King
[ADD] Ignatius Heritage/ The Wounded Angel in memory of the El Salvador Martyrs:
o The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church. Tertullian (160-220 AD, Carthage,
Week #7: Religiously motivated environmentalism Part I, the issue & its cause
The scene from <Highlander> a longwinded way to make a simple point, i.e., background
matters, a lot, in terms of the truth & meaning of being human!
Week #9: Religion & Violence Part I, the what & the why questions
WHAT is violence?
o All that is destructive & harmful to the wellbeing of a person;
102: Just as we must avoid narrow and rigid definitions that oppress
individuals & groups.
o Multiple ma
Week #10: Religion as truth claims, Part I
The nature of truth
What is truth?
o 42: the way things really are [e.g. gravity]
o Truth = the actual state of the world, independent of our own wills, preferences,
understandings of it;
Hence, some people thi
Week #3, Segment 1a: 3 important developments contributed to
the beginning of RS during the age of Enlightenment
#1, humanity coming of Age the Age of Reason, of knocking down idols:
o The time of humanity coming of age, resulting in a clearer concept of
Session 3: the 4 principles
Week #2, Session 1: the 4 general principles of Religious Studies
o Each person occupies different existential context / point of observation (p. 7);
o Point of observation affects a persons thinking, especially
Week #5: Rituals Part I, a general overview
Significance of ritual as a marker of values:
o Ritual expresses & reinforces a normative view of human life, of what is regarded as
most meaningful, as sacred;
o 194: Religions specifythe broader cosmos.
Model of Emotion
Widen & Russell 2003
A model of the
development of emotion
preschoolers (children 35) and on.
States that valence and arousal are the only
characteristics of emotions that ar
Theories of Emotion and The Psychology of Well-Being
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Arguers must be willing to focus on positive aspects of opponents argmument and not
seek to attack the opponent to identify any common ground between the two arguers.
Being able to re-evaluate each position and considering the adoption of new goals
- Children express some emotion labels with different frequencies, but these differences
can simply be attributed to the relative frequencies of actually feeling those emotions
- One study disproves this: (Widen & Russel 2003): an equal numb
Children Form scripts for each emotion category
- A script is a sequence of subevents ex: fear consists of the occurrence of a dangerous
event, a person orients to it, the person freezes/flees, the person feels unhappy, associated
1. 1. Davidsons emotional style is described as the way we respond to events in life.
The Emotional Style is presented as neurologically based, however not necessarily an
unwavering characteristic of an individual. It is also subject to experie
Notes on Young Childrens Understanding of Others Emotions Widen and Russell
This chapter focuses on the developmental path from infancy through the preschool
years, with a focus on issues of taxonomy
- Do children begin with an innate or prepa
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Resolving conflicts with another person can be easy or difficult, depending upon the social
relationship that exists between the two arguers.
1. What are some of the most important social factors that influence an argument?
Hollon et al describe the many factors that influence strategies that are used to combat
1. First, describe the different types of depression that are being described by Hollon et al. How
do the different types of depress
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1. social factors of an argument?
Context affects an argument
in emerging or continuing social conflict, arguers always appraise the situation in order
to decide whether to maitermines the types of strategies arguers use in evalua
Week #1: The what & the why questions of Religious Studies
THE WHAT QUESTIONS
What is religion?
o What we study when we study religion is one mode of constructing worlds of meaning,
worlds within which men find themselves and in which they choose to dwell