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Remembering, Feeling, and Thinking Worksheet
Part I: Motivation, Emotion, and Behavior
Explain the relationships between motivation, emotion, and behavior. How does emotion affect motivation? Provide an example of a specific behavior, and the motivators and emotions that can be behind that behavior. Your response must be at least 300 words.
Motivation, emotion, and behavior are all similar in the way that the more emotionally involved in something that motivates you the better your behavior towards it. For instance, you will eat more of a certain food if you like it and you will engage more in a behavior if you enjoy it.
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Schachter- Singer Theory: argues that an event causes phsycological arousal first. You must come up with a reason for the arousal then you are able to demonstrate emotion.
Opponent Process Theory: when one emotion is experienced the other is supressed.
I believe that the James- Lange Theory is the most valid. I believe this because I don't believe that you can experience emotion until we realize what is going on around us. I believe that the Schachter- Theory is the least valid because there are times that you will be scared of things that you haven't encountered before. I don't think that there has to always be a reason behind showing emotion behind something.
Part III: Thinking, Intelligence, and Creativity
Describe thinking, intelligence, and creativity. How are thinking, intelligence, and creativity related? Does one’s creativity illustrate anything about his or her thinking processes or level of intelligence? Why or why not? Your response must be at least 300 words.
Thinking: using thought or rational judgement.
Intellegence: the global capacity to think rationally,...