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Department
Psychology
Course
Psychology 1000
Professor
Erica Lawson
Semester
Winter

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January 24, 2013 Motivation  Deception  Self-Regulation  Arousal Next Time: Emotion Scan: Finish Chapter 11 (419 – 437)  How do we self-regulate?  Is arousal related to emotion?  Does arousal produce pleasure? Nonverbal Channels  Paralanguage  Facial Expressions  Body Movement/Position  Eye Contact  Interpersonal Distance Interpersonal Distance Hall’s Interaction Zones  0 – 0.5 metres is the intimate zone  0.5 – 1.25 metres is the personal zone  1.25 – 3.5 metres is the social zone  3.5 – 7.5 metres is the publc zone  Other cultres have different distances Deception  An act intended to foster a false belief in another  Always interntional  Ekaman & Friesen (1974)  Notion of leakage  Nonverbal cues that “escape” attempts to conceal  Accurate?  Average close to 55%  Some people better?  Kraut & Poe (1980)  …Customs officials  Leach et al. (2009)  …Police & customs officers with children  So, how is this all related to motivation? Motivation  What is it that makes organisms do what they do? Control mechanisms  Positive or negative feedback January 24, 2013 Basic Biological Control 1) Orienting responses or taxes  Overall musculature response toward (positive) or away from (negative) a stimulus  Positive photoaxis in moth 2) Homeostatic mechanisms  Maintaining a constant state Self-Regulation  Homeostatic Mechanisms
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