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This chapter helps students review the concepts in an emotional intelligence theories unit of a standard psychology course. Topics covered include:
- What is meant by emotional intelligence
- Definition and theory of regulation of emotion
- The role of the amygdala in emotion
- James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Two-Factor theories of emotion
1. James-Lange & Cannon-Bard Theories of Emotion
Have you ever wondered whether we have a bodily reaction or an emotional reaction to an event first? We will be looking at some theories from James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Schatchter-Singer that ask that same question.
2. Two-Factor Theory of Emotions: Definition and Relation to the Misattribution of Arousal
Psychologists have found two parts of emotion: the physiological symptoms and the thoughts that define what we are feeling. In this lesson, we'll learn more about the two-factor theory of emotion and a related phenomenon, the misattribution of arousal.
3. What Is Emotional Intelligence? - Definition & Explanation
Do you know people who have difficulty getting along with others and a great deal of conflict in their lives? It's probably linked to their level of emotional intelligence. Learn what emotional intelligence is and how it is important in everyday life.
4. Emotion Regulation: Definition, Theory & Strategies
What is emotion regulation? How do people view it and is there a way to learn it? Learn about a common theory of how social interactions lead to success or failure based on how one controls and regulates their emotions.
5. Amygdala's Role in Emotion: Function & Overview
The amygdala is a small structure in the brain. It may be small, but it can set off some powerful emotions. This lesson will review the structure, function, and role the amygdala has with emotions and other responses from various stimuli.
6. James-Lange Theory Of Emotion: Overview
In this lesson, we'll discuss the James-Lange theory of emotion proposed by William James and Carl Lange. Learn about emotions and the James-Lange theory, then test your knowledge with a quiz.
7. Cannon-Bard Theory Of Emotion: Example, Overview
Learn about the Cannon-Bard theory of emotion and how it differs from two other founding theories of emotion. Then, test your understanding with a quiz.
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