Summary of Emotional Theories

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Psychology

 

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Yvonne W

 

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December 30, 2016

 

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He believed that the labeling process depended on an attribution, the ability to find a cause for the responses. This theory hold that one will feel less aroused when the cause is attributed to a nonemotional event. He also holds that if emotions are artificially induced, by drugs for example, the emotion that results will be dependent on the environment...
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He also holds that if emotions are artificially induced, by drugs for example, the emotion that results will be dependent on the environment. Schachter's research has not yet been replicated in a lab conditions and thus has little credit to it's name. One thing that stemmed from the research after this was Transfer of Excitement...
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