Balbharati solutions for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 5 - Emotions [Latest edition]

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Chapter 5: Emotions

Exercises
Exercises [Pages 60 - 61]

Balbharati solutions for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Emotions Exercises [Pages 60 - 61]

Exercises | Q Q.1 (1) | Page 60

______ is a combination of bodily arousal, expressive behaviour, thoughts and feelings.

  • Response

  • Reaction

  • Emotions

Exercises | Q Q.1 (2) | Page 60

Complete the following Statement:

According to James Lange we first experience ________ then emotions.

  • physical arousal

  • feelings

  • thoughts

Exercises | Q Q.1 (3) | Page 60

Complete the following Statement:

Emotion is used as a _______ to control others.

  • weapon

  • measure

  • opportunity

Exercises | Q Q.1 (4) | Page 60

Complete the following Statement:

When you allow another person to exploit you, you are a victim of _____________ abuse.

  • physical

  • emotional

  • social

Exercises | Q Q.1 (5) | Page 60

Exercising releases ______ which makes you feel good as a stress buster.

  • endorphins

  • thyroxin

  • insulin

Exercises | Q Q.2 (1) | Page 61

Identify the odd items from the following and write a suitable reason for your choice:

  • admiration

  • disgust

  • acceptance

  • trust

Exercises | Q Q.2 (2) | Page 61

Identify the odd items from the following and write a suitable reason for your choice:

  • kicking

  • ignoring

  • shoving

  • screaming

Exercises | Q Q.2 (3) | Page 61

Identify the odd items from the following and write a suitable reason for your choice:

  • Reassess

  • React

  • Respond

  • Relax

Exercises | Q Q.2 (4) | Page 61

Identify the odd items from the following and write a suitable reason for your choice:

  • meditation

  • social work

  • compassion

  • engage in hobbies

Exercises | Q Q.3 | Page 61

Match the Pairs:

A B
1. Happiness a. Basic Emotion
2. Paul Ekman b. fight and flight
3. Anger c. surprise
4. Fear d. sadness
5. Grief e. triggers
6. Anger management technique f. powerful emotion
Exercises | Q Q.4 (1) | Page 61

Emotional well-being is not easily observable.

  • True

  • False

Exercises | Q Q.4 (2) | Page 61

Positive emotions energise you.

  • True

  • False

Exercises | Q Q.4 (3) | Page 61

You should feel guilty for standing up for yourself.

  • True

  • False

Exercises | Q Q.4 (4) | Page 61

State whether the following statement is true or false :

Anger is a basic negative emotion.

  • True

  • False

Answer the following questions in 35 to 40 words each

Exercises | Q Q.5 (1) | Page 61

Explain the term facial feedback hypothesis.

Exercises | Q Q.5 (2) | Page 61

Answer the following question in around 35-40 words :

When does an individual face social rejection?

Exercises | Q Q.5 (3) | Page 61

Answer the following question in around 35-40 words :

With the help of an example write the non-verbal triggers of anger.

Exercises | Q Q.5 (4) | Page 61

Answer the following question in around 35-40 words :

What are the aspects of emotional well being?

Exercises | Q Q.6 (1) | Page 61

Compare and Contrast :

Happiness and Sadness

Exercises | Q Q.6 (2) | Page 61

Compare and Contrast :

James Lange theory and Cannon Bard’s Theory

Exercises | Q Q.7 (1) | Page 61

Write Short Notes on the following in 50 60 words:

Measures of dealing with Emotional Abuse

Exercises | Q Q.7 (2) | Page 61

Write Short Notes:

Plutchiks’s Model of Emotions

Exercises | Q Q.7 (3) | Page 61

Write Short Notes on the following in 50 60 words:

Anger –A Powerful emotion

Exercises | Q Q.7 (4) | Page 61

Write Short Notes on the following in 50 60 words:

Managing Emotions

Exercises | Q Q.7 (5) | Page 61

Write Short Note:

Benefits of Emotional Well being

Exercises | Q Q.8 a. | Page 61

Answer the following in 50-60 words:

Using the 3 R model of Anger Management present a case study of your own experience.

Exercises | Q Q.8 b. | Page 61

Write short notes:

How does the brain work when angry?

Exercises | Q Q.8 c. | Page 61

Answer the following in 50-60 words:

After having realised you are emotionally abused by your best friend, write the steps you will take to deal with it.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (1) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

Anish was scolded by his boss. He came home and in a fit of rage hit his son. You are Anish's friend who witnessed this outburst.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (2) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

You helped your friend with study notes during his illness. But when your friend got better he did not respond nor show any sense of appreciation.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (3) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

Though you are a good friend of Anushka, she has not invited you to her new year’s party.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (4) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

It’s your Birthday and you wake up that morning to find yourself surrounded with beautiful gifts.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (5) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

You have had a hectic day at college when you come home you find the door locked. You forgot your keys at home that day and your parents have not informed you of their plans.

Exercises | Q Q.9 (6) | Page 61

Analyse the situations presented below and

a. Write the Emotion/s you experience.
b. What will be your response to this situation?

You have planned a surprise day out for your best friend and she tells you she is not interested and has other plans.

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Chapter 5: Emotions

Exercises
Balbharati solutions for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 5 - Emotions - Shaalaa.com

Balbharati solutions for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 5 - Emotions

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