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10 Cards in this Set

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Misattribution of arousal
the failure to interpret signs of bodily arousal correctly, which leads to the experience of emotions that ordinarily would not arise in that particular situation
Facial feedback hypothesis
the idea that emotions arise partly as a result of the positioning of facial muscles
Basic emotion
an innate emotion that is shared by all humans, such as surprise, happiness, anger, fear, disgust, or sadness
a positive or negative reaction to a perceived or remembered object, event, or circumstance, accompanied by a subjective feeling
Display rules
culture-specific rulse that indicate when, to whom, and how strongly certain emotions can be shown
a machine that monitors the activity of the sympathetic and parasympatetic nervous systms, particularly changes in skin conductance, breathin, and heart rate, in an attempt to detect lying
Guilty action test
observes responses when people are given statments about actions that they may have committed
Guilty knowledge test
uses indirect questions about the crime
(concealed information test)
Control questions technique
includes comparison questions that should have an emotional weight roughly equivalent to that of the crime related questions
Relevant/irrelevant technique
ask crime related questions and neutral questions
most basic