Gret Case Study Psy/270

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Greta 's older brother has suffered from chronic depression for several years. Unfortunately, Greta has been incorrectly informed by her parents that there is a 40 percent chance she will also suffer from depression. Explain how the availability heuristic, framing, the confirmation bias, and belief perseverance might lead Greta to conclude that she will definitely be a victim of a severe depressive disorder. Heuristic is something that is going to stick with her as she will always remember that she has a chance of getting depression in her life, she will also have the form that she will have it be a 40% chance. She can also connect that to her brother which makes everything even more realistic. Framing fits right along with the heuristic as since she was told by her own parents as well as she…show more content…
Example of speaking, If someone took a test of something once, would you get the same result if you took the test at a different time. That doesn’t mean that the test is testing what it thinks it is measuring. It might be better to means one attribute but actually capturing something else, but capturing that something else is reliably. It is often hard to know you are measuring the thing you think you are measuring exactly. Tranquilizing drugs that inhibit sympathetic nervous system activity often effectively reduce people 's subjective experience of intense anger or anxiety. Use one of the major theories of emotion to account for the emotion-reducing effects of such tranquilizers. Which theory of emotion would have the greatest difficulty explaining these effects? Why? The two factor theory could describe this because it would explain that you need physical arousal and can be to a cognitively label it. If someone is on a tranquilizer drug they would then not be able to have much physical arousal and their ability to cognitively label the emotion would

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