Emotion-Theories of Emotion (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 35 - 39 of 43

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Question number: 35

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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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

Question number: 36

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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The ________ of humor, by Thomas Hobbes, suggests we feel amused when humor makes us feel superior to other people.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

incongruity theory

b.

adaptation-level theory

c.

social-comparison theory

d.

disparagement theory

Question number: 37

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The theory that happiness is the result of estimating that one’s life circumstances are more favorable than those of others is known as:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

adaptation-level theory

b.

disparagement theory

c.

social-comparison theory

d.

incongruity theory

Question number: 38

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The ________ of humor, is based on Freud’s claim that humor is a cathartic outlet for anxiety caused by repressed sexual or aggressive energy.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

adaptation-level theory

b.

disparagement theory

c.

release theory

d.

incongruity theory

Question number: 39

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Appeared in Year: 2015

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Question

As per Schachter and Singer’s theory of emotions, one shall experience emotions based on situational clues when?

  1. there is a physiological arousal
  2. there are cognitions/explanations available for arousal
  3. there is no physiological arousal
  4. there are no proper explanations available for one’s arousal

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1 and 4

b.

1 and 2

c.

3 and 4

d.

2 and 3

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