Psychology CTWA

Psychology CTWA

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  • Wow. This game is so CLOSE! I'm nervous and trembling! I don't think I can announce anymore, Why do I feel this way, Bob?
  • Here we go again... He always gets mad when the Huskers play
  • 4 Theories of Emotion
  • I know exactly why you feel anger towards todays game, let me show you
  • James-Lange Theory
  • Cannon-Bard Theory
  • So, I got scared and my heart raced when he almost missed the field goal. That was the James Lang Theory
  • Witnessing an external stimulus leads to a physiological response. Your emotional reaction depends on upon how you interpret those physical reactions
  • Emotions result when the thalamus sends a message to the brain in response to a stimulus, resulting in a physiological reaction
  • The feeling I had this morning when I felt afraid that we would lose was the Cannon Bard Theory
  • Lazarus Theory
  • Schachter-Singer’s Two-Factor Theory
  • So when the refs threw the flag, I assumed it was on Nebraska, I trembled and experienced fear. That was the Lazarus Theory
  • The sequence of events first involves a stimulus, followed by thought which then leads to the simultaneous experience of a physiological response and the emotion
  • An event causes psychological arousal.  You then are able to identify a reason for the arousal to label the emotion
  • When I heard thunder before the game, I was afraid the game would be cancelled again. This was the Two factor theory. 
  • Lazarus Theory
  • James Lang Theory
  • Two Factor Theory
  • Cannon Bard Theory
  • →  →  →  →  
  • Emotion
  • Arousal
  • Arousal
  • Arousal
  • Arousal
  • →  →  →   
  • Interpretation
  • Cognitive Labels
  • Reasoning
  • For better understanding the 4 Theories, here is a diagram. Each theory starts with an event and follows with..
  •  →  →  → 
  • Emotion
  • Emotion
  • Emotion
  • Now you know how your emotions are related to your physical reactions
  • Oh my gosh! He almost dropped that ball! Phew...  ( heart racing)
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