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Learning Objectives





  1. Define emotion, and identify and discuss the three key components of emotions.




  1. Distinguish emotion states from emotion traits.




  1. Differentiate and discuss the categorical and dimensional approaches to emotions.




  1. Differentiate and discuss the content and style of emotional life.




  1. Discuss theory and research on happiness and life satisfaction.




  1. Discuss what we know about the characteristics of happy people.




  1. Discuss the results of research designed to investigate the relationship between income and happiness.




  1. Discuss the relationships among personality traits and well-being.




  1. Identify and discuss the key elements of an empirically informed program to increase happiness.




  1. Discuss theory and research on anxiety (also known as negative affectivity or neuroticism).




  1. Discuss Eysenck’s biological theory of neuroticism.




  1. Discuss several cognitive theories of neuroticism.




  1. Discuss theory and research on depression, including the diathesis stress model and Beck’s cognitive theory of depression




  1. Discuss theory and research on anger-proneness and the potential for hostility, including work on the relationship between Type A personality and heart disease.




  1. Discuss theory and research on affect intensity as an emotional style.




  1. Discuss how personality researchers assess affect intensity.




  1. Discuss the interaction between content and style in emotional life.




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