Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Polygraph, Autonomic Nervous System, Daniel Kahneman

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Published on 16 Apr 2013
School
Western University
Department
Psychology
Course
Psychology 1000
Professor
Motivation
January, 24, 2013
Next Time: Emotion
Scan: Finish Chapter 11 (419 437)
Agenda:
o Deception
o Self-Regulation
o Arousal
Questions:
o How do we self-regulate?
o Is arousal related to emotion?
o Does arousal produce pleasure?
Nonverbal Channels
o Paralanguage
o Facial expressions
o Body movement/position
o Eye contact
o Interpersonal distance
Interpersonal Distance
o Use of physical space
o Personal space
o Hall’s interaction Zones
4 zones
Intimate zone within 0.5 meters (only intimate other)
Personal zone, 0.5 to 1.25 meter (most of the time)
Social zone, 1.25 to 3.5 meters (in social situations, don’t know the
other person)
Public zone 3.5 to 7.5 meters (preferred distance) (when there’s
unlimited space)
Subjected to culture, (cultural influenced)
Study:
Distance (tenth’s of an inch)
Scotland wants higher interaction distance, Greece has a relative low
interaction distance
Deception
o An act intended to foster a false belief in another
Intentional
o Ekman (psychiatrist) and Friesen (1974) (study)
Notion of leakage
Nonverbal cues that “escape” attempts to conceal
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Scan: finish chapter 11 (419 437) Nonverbal channels: paralanguage, facial expressions, body movement/position, eye contact. Interpersonal distance: use of physical space, personal space, hall"s interaction zones. Intimate zone within 0. 5 meters (only intimate other) Personal zone, 0. 5 to 1. 25 meter (most of the time) Social zone, 1. 25 to 3. 5 meters (in social situations, don"t know the other person) Public zone 3. 5 to 7. 5 meters (preferred distance) (when there"s unlimited space) Scotland wants higher interaction distance, greece has a relative low interaction distance. Deception: an act intended to foster a false belief in another. Intentional: ekman (psychiatrist) and friesen (1974) (study) Nonverbal cues that escape attempts to conceal. When people lie, people control their face. People will leak from their body, cannot control body as well as face. When just seeing the body, deception detection can be 65% Change is 50% so that average is little bit more than chance.

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