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CANNON BARD THEORY
1) something happens
2) body reacts and emotion produced
JAMES LANG THEORY
1) something happens
2) body reacts
3) emotion
SCHALTER'S COGNITIVE THEORY
1) something happens
2) we think and label it
3) we feel emotion
DANIEL GOLEMAN'S THEORY OF "EMOTION INTELLIGENCE"
people with a high "emotional IQ" succeed in life
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
basic level- self awareness
higher level- emotional management
highest level- empathy
FOUR WAYS OF LEARNING
1) classical conditioning
2) operative conditioning
3) social learning
4) cognitive approach
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING
an association made between a natural stimulus and a learned, neutral stimulus
STIMULUS
anything that elicits a response
RESPONSE
a reaction to a stimulus
IMPORTANT NAMES
1) Ivan Pavlov (1900)
2) John Watson (1920's)
"PAVLOV'S DOGS"
Pavlov showed dogs will salivate when they hear the dinner bell, NOT when they see or eat the food!

food=bell,therefore, hunger