MAJOR MOTIVATIONAL AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSE THEORIES

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Psychology

 

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June 8, 2014

 

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Only then does the individual perceive or interpret the physical response as an emotion. In other words, saying something stupid causes you to blush, and you interpret your physical response, blushing, as an emotion, embarrassment." He went on to suggest that "we feel sorry because we cry, angry because we strike, afraid because we tremble" The Cannon-Bard Theory "Emotion-provoking stimuli are received by the senses and are then relayed simultaneously to the cerebral cortex, which provides the conscious mental experience of the emotion, and to the sympathetic nervous system, which produces the physiological state of arousal...
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In other words, your feeling of emotion (fear, for example) occurs at about the same time that you experience physiological arousal (a pounding heart). One does not cause the other . The Schachter-Singer Theory According to his theory, two things must happen in order for a person to feel an emotion...
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