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Lecture 10

PSYC 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hard Hat, Tennis Ball, The Anatomy Of Dependence


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 231
Professor
stinson
Lecture
10

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CONSEQUENCES
Consequences of Cognition
1.a. How similar are others to you?
1.b. How similar are you to others?
2.a. If other-knowledge is more detailed, then I am like others
2.b. If self-knowledge more detailed, then others are like me
Consequences of Emotion
Ego-Focused Emotions
Other-Focused Emotions
Result from the blocking or
confirmation of one’s internal
attributes
Pride (self has been
recognized)
Anger (goals have been
blocked)
Frustration (want to be
seen for who you are)
Common in independent
cultures, and adaptive!
o Help to exert own needs
Disrupt harmonious
relationships and so very
uncommon in interdependent
cultures
Japanese:
o Anger very uncommonly
expressed in close
relationships
American:
o Anger most common in
close relationships
Result from being sensitive to others, taking
the perspective of others, and trying to
promote interdependence
Sympathy (feeling sad when someone
else is sad)
Communion (connection)
Shame (let someone else down)
Other-focused emotions
Common in interdependent cultures,
and adaptive!
o Help to maintain harmonious
relationships
Relatively less common in independent
cultures
One can tell alot about a culture based on the
words that appear in their language
Amae:
o Feeling lovingly cared for by
another and depending on
another’s indulgence
o Characterizes the ideal mother-
infant bond
Consequences for Motivation
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