Emotion contagion, Abnormal Psychology Journal help

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The purpose of this Journal is for students to discuss how emotions may explain a motivation behind behavior, according to the emotional approach. The Journal tab is located in the blue menu bar at the top of the page.

Part 1: To prepare for this week’s learning activityreview the following videos in addition to this week’s assigned Reading:

  1. Duran, V. M. (2013). Emotion contagion. Retrieved from www.cengage.com/custom/ems/psych/shared/video/player.html?video=emtn_cntagn_16361
  2. Maschio, J. (2014).Emotions and behavior. [Video]. Unpublished.

Part 2: Observe someone’s behavior in a public setting. Your task is to identify an emotion being expressed by an individual such as happiness, anger, frustration, etc., and relate it to the emotional approach to understanding abnormal behavior.

Part 3: In 1–2 pages, address the following:

  1. Describe the individual’s behavior.
  2. Identify the specific emotion the person expressed (e.g., scared, worried, happy, etc.).
  3. Refer directly to the components of emotions and the section on the emotions (pp. 57–60) and discuss how emotions might explain the influence and motive behind the individual’s behavior. Include a detailed discussion of one of the components of emotion (cognitive aspect of emotion, emotion and behavior, and physiological of emotion) to support your answer.

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I observed a young woman sitting in a park. She keep looking at her cell phone
very often, seemed she was expecting an important call. However, the more time it took
before the call came, she grew more and more restless. When the call came, she was
quick to receive it, with an expression of hope on her face. However, as their
conversation on phone continued, her facial expression changed, her body posture
relaxed in a way that suggested she had received some negative news. A while after the
call she held her chin, then scratched her head trying to figure out what to do next. The
emotion context within her changed very drastic, from a feel of hope to one of frustration
and desperation. She presents a range of emotions, expressed in two different situational
aspects.
The cognitive aspect of her behavior was in the expression of desperation and
frustration, which preceded the previous feel of hope. Lazarus theory states that where...


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