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Lecture 5

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University of Toronto Scarborough
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PSYC18 292012 120700 PM y John Locke approach is enlightenmenty Content psychology means ideas you have in your mind are in a certain wayTwo Basic Principles y 1 You cannot have emotion without cognition Reaction Model or cognition without feeling Action Model y 2 For the Action Model feeling is the shadow of cognitiony How do the mind and body work togetherSlide 2 y Secular as opposed to religion is important because it used to be called passions and now it is called emotion y Individuals are described as acting in a calculating manner based on cool desires related to needs and concerns and the resulting feelings of pain or pleasure provide feedback as to the success or failure of their efforts y When I do this theres a result I attend to my feelings Ive done this and this whats the implication Gut feeling y You have needs and desire you engage in in the less successive you monitor feeling to whether you did the right thing or notSlide 3 y Columns with words from previous lecture and this slide are MC questionsy We have to shift from religious to secular view John Locke was the first to talk about the self which is the agent that does these stuff y Replace the word emotion with feeling in the slideSlide 4 y Not enough energy to concentrate in low arousaly We need feelings to help us perform but not too much or too little Slide 5 y Guys on action team emphasize role of brain in a motion or affective process They focus on the brain y Visceral means gut High visceral high reactivity means you are not showing a lot y Brain plays directive role y Energy from arousal in brain example caffeine is cortical arousal It facilitates direction what youre going to do and adaptive behaviory Brain cortex plays a central role what Oatley says and how does emotion play a role It helps give direction and executive Slide 6 y Action model has friends in behaviorism and cognitivism
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