M., 2014) and mood-congruent memory. In conclusion, regardless of the time that emotions influenced us, they all come from our own cognitive labelling from our own empirical evidence, such as childhood and social learning, and thus every emotion generated by the same stimulus but experienced by different people can be different. Schachter and Singer 's two-factor theory of emotion gives me an insight into exploring some subtle or complex emotions of others, by observing physical arousal and environmental cues with their subjective appraisal about that. Apart from that, the theory fosters my ability to make effort by emotions in daily life with the help of the environment and my physiological
Emotion is a state of feeling that results in physical and psychological changes that influence both thought and behavior. James Lange Theory This theory argues that an event causes physiological arousal first and then we interpret this arousal. Only after our interpretation of the arousal can we experience emotion. If the arousal is not noticed or is not given any thought, then we will not experience any emotion based on this event. Cannon Bard Theory This theory argues that we experience physiological arousal and emotional at the same time, but gives no attention to the role of thoughts or outward behavior.
The emotion episodes recorded were anger and anxiety, in which both are considered to be negative emotions. The main function of negative emotions would be to signal danger and this would eventually lead to negative evaluation of events. However, anger and anxiety have emotion-specific effects, resulting in different cognitive processes and action tendencies. Anger is elicited when there is unfulfilled goal or expectations, provocations and injustice. Anger has a functional mechanism of aggression, fighting injustice and removing obstacles.
They grow throughout life, particularly in childhood, from communications between the individual and his surroundings. According to the appraisal or constructivist theories, no sharp distinction is to be made between emotions and other manifestations of the affective life. Emotions involve the global operative of the brain, even if more specialized regions are involved. They play a fundamental role in the development of the child's psychological and societal life. They facilitate the subject's response to the stimulus-event, letting more appropriate reactions than fixed
In order to compare and contrast these theories of emotion it is helpful to first explain them in terms of the interactions between their components: an emotion-arousing stimulus, a response of physiological arousal, a response of cognitive appraisal, and the subjective experience of emotion. According to the James-Lange theory, initially proposed by James and around the same time also by Lange, the stimulus leads to the arousal that leads to the emotion. The sound of a gunshot, for example, leads to the physiological responses like rapid heart rate and trembling that lead to the subjective experience of fear. On the other hand, according to the Cannon-Bard theory, proposed first by Cannon and later extended by Bard, the stimulus leads to both the arousal and the emotion. The sound of a gun shot, for example, leads both to the physiological responses like rapid heart rate and trembling and to the subjective experience of fear.The two most well-known cognitive theories are the two-factor and the cognitive-mediational theories of emotion.
There are two types of emotions: social emotions (feelings that arise from outside ones control) and self-conscious emotions (feeling that come from within) (Greenberg, 2013). Emotions can be classified using the circumplex model of affect. In the writing, I would describe the circumplex model of affect, by defining and giving examples of various emotions that lie within the various quadrants of the model. Finally, I would explain how I to effectively manage these emotions as a manager. First and foremost, a circumplex model according to Medical Dictionary (n.d.) is any model that has been applied to the understanding of psychological domains such as
This was done by designing a training intervention that taught employees to change their felt emotions to match organizationally-desired emotions by reappraising work situations in a more positive light. Appraisal theories of emotion, state that, emotions are generated by evaluations of situations or events. The purpose of the study was to increase positive emotions and decrease negative emotions in customer service employees by teaching them to appraise workplace events differently. Measures of dependent variables were taken for one week (five shifts) before the training and one week (five shifts) after the training. Additionally, a control group was included who received only general customer service training.
Multi-class emotion extraction has been successfully implemented for English and other European languages. For the south Indian language Malayalam, no significant work has yet been done on emotion extraction.The only existing work used a semantic orientation approach for emotion detection.This paper
The study of stress is mostly interdependent with the field of emotions. Emotion is experienced physically as well as mentally which means emotion includes thoughts and the physical feeling of discomfort or gladness. The model of emotional intelligence(EI), self-leadership, and student stress coping suggests that effective emotion regulation within the situation of EI coupled with the potent use of behavioral and cognitive strategies within the situation of the self-leadership result in the more positive emotions and higher levels of self-efficacy, finally resulting in more effective student stress