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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 121Shirley HutchinsonFall

PSYO 121 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Genetics, Arousal, Syndrome

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Emotion experience (essential feature) 2 dimensions: Valence: how + or the experience is. Arousal: how active or passive the experience is (physiologic
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 121Shirley HutchinsonWinter

PSYO 121- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 71 pages long!)

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Emotions happen quickly even though body reacts slowly. Non-emotional stimuli have same bodily responses as emotional stimuli (heart beats faster in ho
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 121Susan HoltzmanWinter

[PSYO 121] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (31 pages long!)

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Two dimensions of emotion: negative valence and positive valence. Any definition of emotion must contain two things: emotions can be good or bad, the e
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 121Shirley HutchinsonFall

PSYO 121 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Genetics, Arousal, Syndrome

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Emotion experience (essential feature) 2 dimensions: Valence: how + or the experience is. Arousal: how active or passive the experience is (physiologic
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 121Susan HoltzmanWinter

[PSYO 121] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 18 pages long Study Guide!

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Two dimensions of emotion: negative valence and positive valence. Any definition of emotion must contain two things: emotions can be good or bad, the e
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