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12 – Emotions. Would you say your are a(n) ________ person? A. Extremely emotional B. Emotional C. Neutral D. Unemotional E. Extremely unemotional.

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1 12 – Emotions

2 Would you say your are a(n) ________ person? A. Extremely emotional B. Emotional C. Neutral D. Unemotional E. Extremely unemotional

3 Which creates the most stress in your life: A. Family life B. School C. Work

4 How do you deal with stress?

5 What are you most afraid of: A. Snakes B. Spiders C. Speaking before a group D. College exams E. Running out of money

6 Class presentation video: Emotion What topics do you need help with?

7 What topics do you need help with? A. Components of emotion B. The two factor theory of emotion C. Sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system D. Buying power and personal happiness E. I understand

8 What topics do you need help with? A. The adaptation-level phenomenon B. The General Adaptation Syndrome C. The relationship between stress and disease D. AIDS: cause and prevention E. I understand

9 What topics do you need help with? A. Stress and cancer B. Physiological effects of marriage C. Biofeedback D. The placebo effect. E. I understand

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11 Which theory would suggest that you experience the emotion of anger at the same time that your heart begins to beat rapidly? A. James-Lange theory B. Cannon-Bard theory C. two-factor theory D. adaptation-level phenomenon

12 Which theory would suggest that you experience the emotion of anger at the same time that your heart begins to beat rapidly? A. James-Lange theory B. Cannon-Bard theory C. two-factor theory D. adaptation-level phenomenon

13 When Mr. Morgan began to misinterpret his harmless symptoms of autonomic nervous system arousal as indicative of an impending heart attack, he suffered an unusually intense level of fear. His emotional suffering is best understood in terms of the: A. catharsis hypothesis. B. James-Lange theory. C. adaptation-level theory. D. two-factor theory.

14 When Mr. Morgan began to misinterpret his harmless symptoms of autonomic nervous system arousal as indicative of an impending heart attack, he suffered an unusually intense level of fear. His emotional suffering is best understood in terms of the: A. catharsis hypothesis. B. James-Lange theory. C. adaptation-level theory. D. two-factor theory.

15 Julie will be competing in a basketball free throw contest. Her performance is likely to be ________ if her physiological arousal during the performance is ________. A. best; very low B. best; very high C. best; moderate D. worst; moderate

16 Julie will be competing in a basketball free throw contest. Her performance is likely to be ________ if her physiological arousal during the performance is ________. A. best; very low B. best; very high C. best; moderate D. worst; moderate

17 After the excitement of her promotion wore off, Karen started to dream about her next promotion and raise. This illustrates: A. the Cannon-Bard principle. B. the adaptation-level phenomenon. C. the feel-good, do-good phenomenon. D. Stanley Schacter and Jerome Singer ’ s theory.

18 After the excitement of her promotion wore off, Karen started to dream about her next promotion and raise. This illustrates: A. the Cannon-Bard principle. B. the adaptation-level phenomenon. C. the feel-good, do-good phenomenon. D. Stanley Schacter and Jerome Singer ’ s theory.

19 Which of the following is NOT one of the three phases of Hans Selye ’ s general adaptation syndrome? A. alarm reaction B. fight-or-flight C. resistance D. exhaustion

20 Which of the following is NOT one of the three phases of Hans Selye ’ s general adaptation syndrome? A. alarm reaction B. fight-or-flight C. resistance D. exhaustion

21 Who is the best example of a Type A personality? A. Bonnie, a relaxed, fun-loving professor B. Susan, a brilliant, self-confident accountant C. Clay, a reflective, open-minded artist D. Andre, a competitive, easily-angered journalist

22 Who is the best example of a Type A personality? A. Bonnie, a relaxed, fun-loving professor B. Susan, a brilliant, self-confident accountant C. Clay, a reflective, open-minded artist D. Andre, a competitive, easily-angered journalist

23 What theory do you agree with? Copyright © Allyn & Bacon, 2009 A.A bear walks up to you on a hiking trail. You first run away, and then you feel fear. B.A bear walks up to you on a hiking trail. You simultaneously feel fear and run away at the same time. C.A bear walks up to you on a hiking trail. You first feel physiological arousal (i.e., emotion), and then you figure out the source of the arousal (a bear!), and feel fear and run away.

24 What theory do you agree with? Copyright © Allyn & Bacon, 2009 A.You first run away, and then you feel fear. James-Lange theory of emotion B. You simultaneously feel fear and run away at the same time. Cannon-Bard theory of emotion C.You first feel physiological arousal (i.e., emotion), and then you figure out the source of the arousal (a bear!), and feel fear and run away. Schacter-Singer Two-factor theory of emotion

25 The Social Readjustment Rating Scale

26 If your score is 300 or more, statistically you stand an almost 80% chance of getting sick in the near future. If you score is 150 to 299, the chances are about 50%. At less than 150, about 30%. This scale seems to suggest that change in one’s life requires an effort to adapt and then an effort to regain stability.

27 Which is correct? People respond to stress in different ways. A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

28 Which is correct? People respond to stress in different ways. A.True B.False 28 Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

29 Which is correct? Most people who experience a trauma develop post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

30 Which is correct? Most people who experience a trauma develop post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

31 Which is correct? There is one best way to cope with stressful events. A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

32 Which is correct? There is one best way to cope with stressful events. A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

33 Which is correct? Women are more likely than men to seek social support when stressed. A.True B.False Copyright © 2012, Pearson Education

34 Which is correct? Women are more likely than men to seek social support when stressed. A.True B.False

35 Discussion

36 Imagine you are walking alone late at night and hear footsteps behind you. Think about your emotional reaction to this situation. Consider the major theories of emotion: James-Lange theory, Cannon-Bard theory, and Schacter-Singer theory. From the perspective of these major theories of emotion, describe how each would predict the sequence of events that would occur as you experience a reaction to this situation.

37 Top Priority Emphasis on what might come before an emotion. SecondPriority Emphasis on the role of thinking in how one feels an emotion.

38 Focus on: – Sequence of events creating your emotional reaction for all three theories – When and why we have emotional responses – Role of cognition (thinking) in emotional responses

39 James-Lang Hear footsteps Physiological reaction / autonomic arousal – E.g. Increased heart rate Emotion ( e.g. fear)

40 Cannon-Bard Hear footsteps Physiological reaction + Emotion simultaneously

41 Schacter-Singer Hear footsteps Physiological reaction Cognitive label about the situation Emotion

42 What are the three theories of emotion?


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