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Lecture 10/21

by: Kaelana Linton

Lecture 10/21 PSY 100

Kaelana Linton
SUNY Oswego
Introduction to Psychology
Victor A. Licatese (P)

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Introduction to Psychology
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kaelana Linton on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSY 100 at State University of New York at Oswego taught by Victor A. Licatese (P) in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at State University of New York at Oswego.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
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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