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MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 2

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Transcript of MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 2

In the brain, positive emotions are processed mainly in the left
hemisphere; negative emotions are processed
in the right hemisphere.
The area of the brain responsible for the primitive fear response is the amygdala.
Three components
of emotions:
Physiological
Emotional Expression
Emotional Feelings
GOAL!
MOTIVATION & EMOTION - PART 2

Culture provides the
platform for interpreting gestures..thumbs up, ect.
Kinesics is the study of communication through body movement, posture, gestures,
and facial expressions.
Emotional Intelligence
Intelligence is Overrated: What You Really Need to Succeed
http://www.forbes.com/sites/keldjensen/2012/04/12/intelligence-is-overrated-what-you-really-need-to-succeed/ CANVAS - Module Ch. 9
Intelligence is Overrated: What You Really Need to Succeed

http://www.forbes.com/sites/keldjensen/2012/04/12/intelligence-is-overrated-what-you-really-need-to-succeed/


CANVAS -Ch. 8 & 10
Yes, an innocent, but nervous person can fail a polygraph test.
Attribution Theory - predicts that you are most likely to "love" someone who gets you stirred up emotionally.
Emotional Intelligence:
1. Perceiving Emotions
2. Using Emotions
3. Understanding Emotions
4. Managing Emotions
SELF-ACTUALIZATION
http://www.forbes.com/sites/keldjensen/2012/04/12/intelligence-is-overrated-what-you-really-need-to-succeed/
Fight or Flight:
a physiological
reaction that occurs
in response
to a perceived harmful
event or
threat to survival.
Can Stress Actually Kill You? AsapScience
Which comes first? ….
?Emotion follows physiological arousal;
?Physiological arousal follows emotion.

Autonomic Nervous System vs. the Parasympathetic Nervous System.
ANS – arouses the body;
Parasympathetic- calms the body.
RESILIENCE
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from negative experiences, to be flexible and adaptable, when things are not going well.
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