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Stress and the Levels of Analysis

Presentation of stress and the different levels of analysis used to explain human psychology in IB Psychology class.
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Derek Miller

on 1 March 2017

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Transcript of Stress and the Levels of Analysis

Biological
Cognitive
Socio-Cultural
Stress and LEVELS OF ANALYSIS
Stress and Predisposition
Cognition and Emotion
Topic: Cognitive and Emotion:
Page: 22
We will...
To what extent do cognitive and biological factors interact in emotion (for example, two factor theory, arousal theory)?
Finish Culture and Education
Two-Factor Theory of Emotion
Emotional Expression
Preview:
For the preview on L22 be prepared to write down what emotions you are experiencing as we watch the scene
"Evaluations" Page:
On L22 Analysis of the Impact of Cognition on Emotion
Note: Read section 4.10 (94-96) in the Jamison Reader; Do Summary of Eckman & Freisen (1972)
Integrating Biology and Cognition
Emotional Expression
Paul Eckman and Others
Eckman and Freisen (1972)
Cross-Cultural Nature of Emotional Expression
Eckman (2003)
Facial Affect Program
* Biologically-based
* Facial features... primary emotions
Topic: Cognitive and Emotion:
Page: 22
We will...
To what extent do cognitive and biological factors interact in emotion (for example, two factor theory, arousal theory)?
Two-Factor Theory of Emotion
Emotional Expression
Preview:
For the preview on L22 be prepared to write down what emotions you are experiencing as we watch the scene
"Evaluations" Page:
On L22 Analysis of the Impact of Cognition on Emotion
Note: Quiz - Cognition & Emotion, Mon., 11/21
Integrating Biology and Cognition
Eckman, Matsumoto
Culture Display Rules
Ex. Disgust & medical students
Matsumoto & Juang (2008)
Emotion =
facial affect program
+
display rules
Stress and Physiology
Friedman & Rosenman
- San Francisco cardiologists who first studied connection between Personality and Stress Reaction
- Found correlation between Type A Personalities and heart disease
- Possible link between inborn temperament and stress reaction
Diathesis-Stress Model
- developed in 1960s to explain schizophrenia
- Biological predisposition PLUS environmental stressors EQUALS...
Twin Studies
Bouchard et al. (1990)
"Minnesota Study of Twins"
General Adaptation Syndrome
Hans Selye (1956)
Neuroplasticity and Technology
Small and Vorgan (2008)
"Techno-brain Burnout"
used
fMRI
to measure brain activity
Strengths
Clearer and Safer than PET Scans
Localizes brain activity
Combines with other tools
Weaknesses
Expensive
May not measure actual brain activity
Stress and the Neuroendocrine System
Glucocorticoids
Hormones
Other Steroids
stress hormones
help trigger "fight or flight" response
Ex. Cortisol
influence gene transcription
influence development
Ex. Testosterone
Robert Sapulsky (2004)
Neurotransmitters
serotonin
Robert Sapolsky (2004)
levels are impacted by cortisol release
norepinephrine
and
Stress, Cognition and Emotion
Lazarus' Appraisal Theory of Emotion
primary appraisal:
relevance and meaning
secondary appraisal:
coping strategies considered
Transactional Model of Stress
Lazarus and Folkman (1975)
Emotion and Memory
Flashbulb Memories
Finkenauer & colleagues (1997)...
distinctly vivid,
precise, long-lasting,
of personal circumstances
surrounding shocking events
Finkenauer and Colleagues (1998)
Emotional-Integrative Model (of flashbulb memories)
Roger Brown and James Kulik (1977)
1st to coin term "flashbulb memories"
PHOTOGRAPHIC theory of FB
Classic study using a questionnaire about assassination (or failed attempt) of 9 historical figures AND death of personal acquaintance
Participants - 40 blacks, 40 whites
Measured: 1) consequentiality and 2) rehearsal
Compared these between historical figures and personal acquaintance
Consequentiality higher for personal acquaintances over historical figures, EXCEPT...
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