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PSY 1101 - Lesson 16 CH 12.odt

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Psychology
Course
PSY1101
Professor
A L L
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 12Emotions classified in 2 divisions1Degree pf pleasantness or unpleasantness2Arousal Degree of activation in bodyII Theories of EmotionsA James Lange TheoryCommon Sense Stimulus evokes emotionallySubjective experience firstPhysiological arousalBehavioural ActivationA James Lange Theoryex See snakes snake causes physiological arousal and behavioural activation fast heartbeat and running then you feel afraidB CanonBard Theory ex see snakes all 3 at once arousal behavioural activation and feeling afraidC Shacter and Singers Theory 2 factor theory of emotionally2 factors must be present for emotions or no emotion will happen1Physiological Arousal2Cognitive Label We put on the arousal mentally explain the arousal to ourselvesLook for clues within ourself and the environment to explain arousalSpillover Effect Physiological arousal from one situation transfers to another and intensifies the second experience III COGNITION AND EMOTIONSRelationship between Cognition Thinking and EmotionLazarus Think first then feel emotion based on how we perceive and assess a situation Cognitive Therapy Our thinking causes our emotionsZajone Theory Feel emotions first then we thinkex See a stranger dont like them alreadyThe amygdala assesses appraises and deduced that it was a threatening stimulus
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