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Gen Psy Motivation and Emotion
Terms in this set (13)
information about emotional stimuli is sent simultaneously to
the context and the body and results in emotional experience and bodily reactions respectively
Cannon-Bard theory of emotion
a psychological state that, by creating arousal, motivates an organism to satisfy a need
- motivation to perform an activity because of the external goals toward
which that activity is directed.
- the tendency for bodily functions to maintain equilibrium
external objects or external goals, rather than internal drives, that motivate
motivation to perform an activity because of the value or pleasure
associated with that activity, rather than for an apparent external goal or purpose.
people perceive specific patters of bodily responses, and as a
result of that perception they feel emotion
James-Lange theory of emotion
a process that energizes, guides, and maintains behavior toward a goal.
Maslow's arrangement of needs, in which basic survival needs must be met
before people can satisfy higher needs.
- a state that is achieved when one's personal dreams and aspirations have
a four stage pattern of physiological and psychological responses during
Sexual response cycle
a label applied to physiological arousal results in the experience
of an emotion
Two-factor theory of emotion-
the psychological principle that performance on challenging tasks increases
with arousal up to a moderate level. After that, additional arousal impairs performance.
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