12 Motivation and Emotion



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Study Guide

12 Motivation

and Emotion





OUTLINE (Survey & Question)
This outline is intended to help you survey the chapter. As you read through the various sections, write down any questions or comments that come to mind in the space provided. This is a valuable part of active learning and the SQ4R method. It not only makes your reading time more enjoyable and active, but it also increases retention and understanding of the material.

TOPIC NOTES

I. UNDERSTANDING MOTIVATION





  1. Hunger and Eating



  1. Arousal



  1. Achievement

Critical Thinking/Active Learning: Measuring Your Own Need for Achievement




II. GENERAL THEORIES OF MOTIVATION

A. Biological Theories

B. Psychosocial Theories

C. Interactionism




III. UNDERSTANDING EMOTION





  1. Components of Emotion

Gender and Cultural Diversity: How Culture and Evolution Affect Emotional Expression





  1. The Polygraph


  1. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)


IV. GENERAL THEORIES OF EMOTION

A. James-Lange Theory





  1. Cannon-Bard Theory



  1. Facial Feedback Hypothesis



  1. Schachter's Two-Factor Theory

Research Highlight: Are Abused Children More Alert to Negative Emotions?


Core and Expanded LEARNING OBJECTIVES (Read, Recite & wRite)
While reading the chapter, stop periodically and recite (or repeat in your own words) the answers to the following learning objectives. It will also help your retention if you write your answer in the space provided. (Page numbers refer to the text Psychology in Action, 6th Ed.)





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