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MGTS1601 Final: Exam Revision Note 3
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Department
Management
Course Code
MGTS1601
Professor
Marissa Edwards

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Exam Revision Note 3
Emotions
People can see, target source
Feelings
Our subjective interpretation of emotions
Moods
Lower intensity emotions without any specific target source, more long
lasting
What are emotions?
Affect
A broad range of emotions that people experience
Emotions
Intense feelings that are directed at someone or something
Moods
Felling that tend to be less intense than emotions and that lack a contextual
stimulus
Dispositional 性情 vs. State
Dispositional affect: tendency
State: right now
Emotions and time
Positive
At the end of week
In the middle part of the day
Negative
At the beginning of the week
Show little variation throughout the day
Gender and emotions
Women
Can show greater emotional expression
Experience emotions more intensely
Display emptions more frequently
Are more comfortable in expressing emotions
Are better at reading other’s emotions
Men in opposite side
Stress
Environment factors physiological
Organizational factors experienced stress psychological
Personal factors behavioral

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Exam Revision Note 3 Emotions People can see, target source Feelings Our subjective interpretation of emotions Moods Lower intensity emotions without any specific target source, more long lasting What are emotions? Affect A broad range of emotions that people experience Emotions Intense feelings that are directed at someone or something Moods Felling that tend to be less intense than emotions and that lack a contextual stimulus Dispositional vs. State Dispositional affect: tendency State: right now Emotions and time Positive At the end of week In the middle part of the day Negative At the beginning of the week Show little variation throughout the day Gender and emotions Women Can show greater emotional expression Experience emotions more intensely Display emptions more frequently Are more comfortable in expressing emotions Are better at reading others emotions Men in opposite side Stress Environment factors physiological Organizational factors experienced stress psychological Personal factors behavioral
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