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James-Lange Theory
Emotion comes from physiological reaction
You are afraid because you're trembling
Cannon-Bard
Physiological arousal does not always come with emotion (exercise)
Amygdala in regard to Autism
Amygdala identifies threatening stimuli; goes awry with autism
They have poor social skills
Avoid eye contact because it triggers a fear response
Schacter's Two-Factor Theory
Physiological and cognitive
Thinking is involved
Hear a noise, think either drunk roommate or robber
Cognitive-Behavioral Theory
Our thoughts affect our mood
6 emotions
sadness, anger, joy, surprise, fear, disgust
Freud's First Stage
Oral
Birth - 1 year
Challenge: trying to leave the sucking stage
If not: fixation
Freud's Second Stage
Anal
2-3 years
Challenge: potty training
If fixated: anal personality
Freud's Third Stage
Phallic
4-5 Years
Sex, sexual pleasure - curiosity, focus on who's a girl, boy
Challenge: dealing appropriately with sexual urges
If fixated: egotistical, self-gratification
Id
Want what i want, when i want it
Ego
Consequences
Wants to give the Id what it wants but tries to be realistic about it
Superego
Morality, right and wrong
3-5 years
Anxiety and Defense mechanisms
ego comes up with tricks to deal with problems
Repression
Denial
Projection
Displacement
Reaction formation
Rationalization
Humanistic personality theory
Self-concept: ideas about ourselves
Actualizing tendency: want to improve
Behave in a way that is consisten with our self-concept but want to improve upon ourselves
Unconditional vs. conditional love
Parent has to unconditionally accept you for who you are