Emotion and Motivation

Emotion and Motivation

Emotion and Motivation Emotional Theories Essential Question: Why do people feel as they do? Theories of Emotion

Emotion a. Complex experience that begins with a stimulus and include physiological responses, subjective emotional feelings, and emotional responses. Theories of Emotion Psychoevolutionary theory - 8 primary/basic emotions - fear, surprise, sadness,

disgust, anger, anticipation, joy and trust. Theories of Emotion Common Sense Theory of Emotion - some stimulus in the environment evokes a subjective emotional feeling, and that feeling leads to arousal of the autonomic nervous system. Stimulus Response

Report Fear Conscious Feeling A Autonomic response I was afraid, so my heart started

beating fast. Theories of Emotion James-Lange Theory - the idea that feelings are based on physiological arousal Stimulus Response F Report

Fear Conscious Feeling Autonomic response My heart started beating fast and I became afraid.

Theories of Motivation Cannon-Bard Theory - The stimulus causes subcortical brain activity (in the limbic system). Brain activity creates the emotional feeling (fear) and the physiological arousal at the same time. Stimulus Response Fear Report

Seeing the bear made me feel afraid and made my heart beat fast. Theories of Emotion Schachters two factor theory - some environmental stimulus cause physiological arousal, but the arousal itself doesnt lead directly to the emotional feeling Stimulus

Response FEAR Autonomic Interpretation Conscious Response Report That is one big bear! My heart is

beating out of my chest! Im scared! Theories of Emotion Facial Feedback Hypothesis - specific facial expression alter the blood flow to the brain in which turn gives rise to emotional feelings. Theories of Emotion Discrete Emotion Theories - there are a specific number of biologically-determined core emotions that

are universally shared - Emotions are hard-wired Universally shared Silvan Tompkins 8 Core Emotions Theories of Emotion Discrete Emotion Theories

Theories of Emotion Psychological Constructivism - emotion are not discrete elements that can be identified in a particular part of the brain but they are complex perceptions constructed in the mind from the interaction of sensory input and learned prior associations. Apply it - Prep and Landing Style Apply one of the motivational theories to each of the characters: Instinct, Drive-Reduction, Incentive, Optimal Arousal

Wayne Lanny MaGee Santa Reindeer Apply it - Prep and Landing Style Explain the emotional reaction of the following characters using one of the major theories of emotion - James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, SchacterSinger, Common Sense, Facial Feedback Wayne Lanny

MaGee Santa Reindeer

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