Lecture 10/21 PSY 100
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Emotion Difficult to measure because it s not a quantitative measurements 1 Body how does is it factor into our emotion a JamesLange Theory i Sensation ii Perception iii Bodily responses iv Experience of emotion b CannonBard i Sensation ii Perception iii A Simultaneous message to cortex and autonomic nervous system the bodily response and emotional experience happen at the same time c The Schachter theory the two factor theory i Sensation IT S A BEAR ii PerceptionBear stimulus iii Bodily Responses Brain to body increase heart rate run iv Perception of bodily response heart rate is increasing running v Interpretation of bodily responses Hate LOVe M h r i r in f 39 geyr ea t 5 ac g because 0 svlfe irggfns Breathing up Heart up d Thin line between Love and Hate Heart up B tt e 7 universal emotions that ARE NOT Temp up lljerigllgs culturally learned Time warp Sweaty pams i Tunnel ViSion Grin ii Sad Pulse up iii Anger iv Fear v Disgust vi Surprised vii Contempt 2 Minddoesn t create emotion it makes decisions that will affect the intensity and longevity of the emotion occurs after action a Makes decision about stability i How long am I going to view my ugliness b lnternality i How much was I responsible for the emotion I am experiencing 0 Control i How much ability do we have to affect change 3 Culture the culture you live in it really does affect your emotions a Display rules every culture has their own understanding or set of rules which when and how much of an emotion should be shown in a given situation b Emotional work don t feel the emotion but you know the display rule so you take the emotion you re supposed to Women live longer than men because women share their emotions more
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