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psychology chap #9

Emotion positive or negative experiene. it can guide us torwards a goal
James-lange theory stimulus->physiological->behavioral response->subjective feeling
Cannon-bard theory stimulus->physiological->subjective-> behavioral response->
Pual Eakman different emotions for different feelings
schachter&singer thoery emotions are inferences about causes. thinking is occuring
regulation of emotion cognitive and behavioral strategies for emotional experience
what fraction of people try to regulate emotional experience 9/10
reaprasial change emotional experience by changing the meaning. good bad
emotional expression an observable sign of emotional state
universality hypothesis emotional expressions same for everyone
display rules norm for control of emotional expressions. ex) when you can smile or not
poly graph test measures physiological emotions
motivation biological, emotional, cognitive initiating behavior
persistance continued efforts, determination
activation production of behavior
instinct theory it describes behavior but do not explain hy it happen
drive theory internal state make you do something. ex)eat, drink
incentive theory motivation, consequences pull us into actions
what fraction of energy is used for physical activities 1/3
what fraction of energy is used for internal organs 2/3
before you eat... increase in insulin and ghrelin. decrease in glucose and leptin
leteral hypothalmus recieve hunger signals
energy balance calories consumed= colries expanded
obesity body mass index 30% or higher over average
intransic motivation motivation from within
extransic motivation motivation from outside rewards. ex) money
competence push and pull to do better
Created by: thomasraven
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