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Lecture 8

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC18H3
Professor
G Cupchik
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 8 Study Questions  Roseman’s Cognitive Structural Theory  1. Describe the Situational State of appraising events   2. Describe the Probability way of appraising events 3. Describe the Agency way of appraising events 4. Describe the Motivational State of appraising events 5. Describe the Power way of appraising events The Social Constructionist Perspective  6. Explain what “Emotions are a socially constructed syndrome” means 7. Describe Jim Averill’s view of emotions  8. What is a syndrome? Components that tend to occur together: 9. What are subjective experiences? 10. What are expressive reactions? 11. What are patterns of physiological response? 12. What are Coping Reactions? Emotions are “Transitory Social Roles” 13. What is a role? 14. What does emotions as social roles mean? The rules of emotions are learned 15. Describe the social construction perspective that focused more on the social self  than the personal self. 16. What does the term “passions” imply about emotions? How is this wrong? 17. Emotional behaviour is engaged in to realize particular ____________ and  ____________ goals Social Functions of Emotions 18. By what means are social norms maintained in the regulation of social behaviour? 19. Describe emotional lexicons and their cultural importance
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