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Psychology
Course
Psychology 1000
Professor
Dr.Mike
Semester
Fall

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05/10/2012 Read 419 – 437, finish chapter 11 Microexpression – 200 ms ish This is close to our lowest to notice it… so almost will not notice unless recorded How do we self regulate? Is arousal related to emotion ? Does arousal produce pleasure? Interpersonal Distance Use of physical space Personal space Hall’s interaction zones Distance we use conveys how we are with people 0  ­ 0.5 m ▯ Intimate 0.5 ­ 1.25 ▯ Personal (acquatainces with strangers or lines) 1.25 – 3.5 ▯ Social 3.5 – 7.5 ▯ Public Distance (tenths of an inch)  Vary from culture to culture Ex. Arabic prefer really close interaction distances Ex. Scotland likes more distance In western culture if too close its aversive for us Deception An act intended to foster a false belief in another Intentional Ekman & Friesen (1974) Notion of leakage  Nonverbal cues that “escape” attempts to conceal Looking for deception Look at body… people usually have fine control over face and what they are probably covering up Ekman found this Detect Deception Accurate? Average close to 55% Some people better? Kraut & Poe (1980) …customs officials Leach et al. (2009) …police & customs officers with children Bad at deception… better at lying? So how is this all related to emotion? Motivation What is it that makes organisms do what they do? Control mechanisms Positive or negative feedback Basic Biological Control 1. Orienting responses or taxes overall musculta
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