Emotion (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 40 - 42 of 57

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Question number: 40

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

Appeared in Year: 2014

Match List-Ⅰ List-Ⅱ▾

Question

Match List- I with List- II and mark your answer using the codes given below: (December)
List-Ⅰ (List - I (Theory) ) List-Ⅱ (List II (Description) )

(A)

Opponent Process

(i)

Emotion arising stimulus simultaneously triggers physiological responses and the subjective experience of emotion

(B)

Two-factor

(ii)

Emotional experience comprise of the physiological arousal and its cognitive labelling

(C)

Cannon-Bard

(iii)

Emotional experience refers to our awareness of our physiological responses to emotion arousing stimuli

(D)

James-Lange

(iv)

Triggering the feeling of pleasure and pain simultaneously

Choices

Choice (4) Response
  • (A)
  • (B)
  • (C)
  • (D)

a.

  • (iii)
  • (i)
  • (iv)
  • (ii)

b.

  • (ii)
  • (iv)
  • (i)
  • (iii)

c.

  • (iv)
  • (ii)
  • (i)
  • (iii)

d.

  • (i)
  • (ii)
  • (iv)
  • (iii)

Question number: 41

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

MCQ▾

Question

James-Lange or body reaction theory of emotion says

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

You react with your body first then you feel emotion

b.

Emotions and visceral reactions are simultaneous

c.

You feel emotion then a bodily reaction

d.

The somatic nervous system is the seat of emotion

Question number: 42

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

MCQ▾

Question

Richard Lazarus proposed the ________ of emotion that downplays the role of physiological arousal, and assumes that our emotion at a given time depends on our interpretation of the situation we are in at that time.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

opponent-process theory

b.

James-Lange theory

c.

two-factor theory

d.

cognitive-appraisal theory

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