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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Extraversion And Introversion, Sympathetic Nervous System, Putamen

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PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Energy Homeostasis, Leptin, Food Energy

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Disturbances from both inside the body and our are counteracted by body processes to maintain a stable internal environment. A self correcting process
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 and 2: Psychophysiology, Nonverbal Communication, Margaret Mead

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It needs to identify the relations that exist among naturally occurring, observable: theory needs to identify what causes the phenomenon and also what
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Facial Feedback Hypothesis, Orbicularis Oculi Muscle, Endorphins

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Emotion biological reactions to important life events. Stimulus emotion bodily reaction: james lange argued against this, he suggested emotional experi
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Emotion Classification, Amygdala, Heart Rate

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Chapter 12: nature of emotion six perennial questions. Buddhist thought organizes itself around goal of recognizing lessening and transforming destruct
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U OF GPSYC 4750Erin RockWinter

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Evolutionary Psychology, Sexual Selection, Heredity

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Human nature: behavioral motivational and emotional characteristics that people have in common in spite of environmental and cultural differences. Both
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U OF GPSYC 4750Erin RockWinter

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cortisol, Mesolimbic Pathway, Problem Gambling

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Addictive behaviors: impulsive and provide short term pleasure at the expense of more severe and long term negative consequences. Salience (drug or act
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reall, Maurice Challe, Aust

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Interest is the emotion that signals that one"s inner psychological needs have been involved by the activity at hand. They promote a proactive willingn
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U OF GPSYC 4750Erin RockFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Drive Theory, Abraham Maslow, Operational Definition

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Drives and needs as internal sources of motivation. Motivation comes from internal sources that push and from external forces that pull an individual.
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Cognitive Revolution, Drive Theory, Neurophysiology

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Explaining why people do what they do can lead to theories of. Can foreshadow life outcomes we care about: ex. Use knowledge about motivation to real l
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U OF GPSYC 4750Erin RockWinter

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Edward Thorndike, Jeremy Bentham, Ancient Greek

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A historical view of motivation study helps us consider: How the subject of motivation came to prominence. Applying theory to behavior: material cause
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U OF GPSYC 4750Erin RockFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Electrodermal Activity, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Extraversion And Introversion

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This approach examines what features of stimulus changes are responsible for emotions. It assumes that emotions are caused by persons reactions to chan
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