1. Your body’s physiological reaction to a situation, your interpretation : 2095793
1. Your body’s physiological reaction to a situation, your interpretation of it, communication with another person, and your own actions are all part of what we call
2. We have developed emoticons to use in electronic communication because
a. people do not like having to read just plain text in electronic messages so this breaks up the message.
b. the addition of symbols that represent emotions increases the likelihood that our message is communicated clearly.
c. people can interpret these little characters in different ways and it makes the message more individual.
d. it helps the reader identify the national origin of the person who is sending the message.
3. The cultural norms for when, how, and to whom emotions should, or shouldn’t, be shown are known as
a. emotional display rules.
b. sociocultural emotion.
d. emotional interpretation.
4. Cross-cultural research on emotions has found that
a. basic emotions emerge at about the same time in infants around the world, but Western infants are much more fearful and angry than other infants.
b. surprisingly we find large difference in the early emotions that infants express as we compare one country to another.
c. basic emotions are remarkably similar around the world, but how we experience and show emotions can differ from one culture to another.
d. different parts of the brain are responsible for controlling emotions in different infants.
5. The ways we learn to think about emotions are our
a. emotion schemas.
b. temperamental templates.
c. primordial emotions.
d. basic emotions.