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ANGER

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Transcript of ANGER

ANGER
WILLIAM "D-FENS" FOSTER
BIBLIOGRAPHY


Grivas, J, Down, R & Carter, L 1996, Psychology, MacMillan Education Australia Pty Ltd, Melbourne.

Myers, D 1999, Exploring Psychology, 4th edn, Worth Publishers Inc, New York.

Walker, M 1994, Psychology, 2nd edn, John Wiley & Sons Inc, Queensland.

Sternberg, R 1998, In Search of the Human Mind, Harcourt Brace & Company, Orlando.

Emotional Event Occurs Physiological Changes Begin
Cognition Process Emotion is Identified

(Grivas Down and Carter, 1996, p172).
ANGER
Emotions
"I'M JUST TRYING TO GET HOME TO SEE MY LITTLE GIRL'S BIRTHDAY"
- heat

- body aches

- foul smells

(Myers 1999, p357).
THEORIES OF EMOTION
Schachter-Singer
"EMOTIONS ARE IMMEDIATELY SUBJECT TO REASON BUT ARE IMMEDIATELY SUBJECT TO ACTION"
Sophie Hickman
Emotions can affect us through stimuli from our surroundings or internal feelings inside our body (Sternberg R 1998, p542).
- feeling frustrated

- feeling restricted from pursuing a goal

- suffered unjustly from an intentional insult or injury

(Sternberg R 1998, p543).
Cannon-Bard
Physiological Changes
Experience of an Emotional Event
Feeling of Emotion

(Walker 1994, p378).
Schachter-Singer Theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
COMPARING AND APPLYING THEORIES
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