TB9, L1 - Intro to Cognition and Emotion

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What is the function of a facial expression
To provide an important social cue of internal emotion
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"Fearful stimulus -> autonomic response -> experience of fear" best describes which theory
James-Lange Theory
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"Fearful stimulus -> experience of fear -> autonomic response" best describes which theory
Cannon-Bard Theory
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What did Dutton and Avon's study of sexual attraction in fearful situations show
That the psychological attributes of the fear autonomic response can be misinterpreted as other emotions in different contexts
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Kluver-Bucy syndrome can be best described as
A blunting of emotional responses, including impaired fear, anger, and disgust recognition
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Kluver-Bucy syndrome is caused by
Bilateral lesions in the amygdala
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Why is pain important
Learning a negative response to avoid the harmful stimulus in the future
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Dopamine production is associated most with which area
Substantia Nigra
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The ventral striatum can be best described as
The reward centre
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How does a polygraph detector work
A - By detecting increased physiological state caused by suppressing truth
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Why do we have emotion
To monitor and adjust behaviour accordingly
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