The Final Exam consists of 10-short essays based on chapters 13-17 in the course text. All assignments MUST be typed, double-spaced, in APA style, and must be written at graduate level English. Your personal understanding and originality of your answers will be considered in the evaluation of your w

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The Final Exam consists of 10-short essays based on chapters 13-17 in the course text. All assignments MUST be typed, double-spaced, in APA style, and must be written at graduate level English. Your personal understanding and originality of your answers will be considered in the evaluation of your work. You must integrate the text material to support your responses, citing according to APA format.
Your response to each question should be ½ – 1 page per question.
Total assignment should be 5-10 pages, plus a title and reference page.

Due Week 8.
Can we voluntarily control our emotions?  After taking a position of either yes or no, defend your answer.
Using the concept of emotional contagion, explain how the emotions of one person can generate that same emotional experience in another person such that the second person “catches” the emotion expressed by the first person. Create an original example to illustrate this concept.
Explain why anger is the most passionate emotion as well as the most dangerous. Create an original example to differentiate both aspects.
Explain the dual motivation theory of shame. Create an original example to illustrate this concept.
Identify any three positive subjective experiences investigated by positive psychology and explain how each contributes positively to the person’s mental well-being.
Explain why autonomy-oriented individuals generally succeed in maintaining their long-term changes in behavior (e.g., weight loss, smoking cessation), whereas control-oriented individuals generally fail to maintain such behavior change over time.
Explain the role of the adaptive unconscious in the motivation and regulation of behavior. Create an original example to illustrate this concept.
Explain the conditions under which thought suppression produces a rebound effect for the unwanted thought.  What can a person do to prevent this rebound effect from becoming an obsession?
Consider a motivational problem like exercise procrastination or avoidance.  Briefly explain how each of the following might play a key role in procrastination or avoidance: needs, cognitions, emotions, environments, relationships.
Explain how changes in emotion, behavior, and well-being can be used as feedback in the effort to motivate others in productive ways. Create an original example to illustrate this concept.
Assignment OutcomesCorrelate the relationship of cognition, emotion and motivation Appraise critical research findings of contemporary studies  Analyze the brain and empirical evidence of human behavior Consider the cognitive process of learned helplessness, anxiety, depression and emotional suffering Discriminate neuropsychological and sociocultural factors of motivation and emotion

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