- Answer each of the following questions using complete sentences.
- Be sure to answer each question completely and work to incorporate material from the text, course exercises, and discussions.
- Answers must integrate course terminology and personal experience.
- All journals must be submitted on Canvas.
- Please use the following format to type your responses following each question. Review the Chapter Journal Grading Rubric.
- Your text presents a definition of emotion that has four parts. Explain each part in your own words.
- Physiological changes:
- Nonverbal reactions:
- Cognitive interpretations:
- Verbal expressions:
- Describe one situation where you felt an emotional reaction. For the situation, describe the four parts from question one.
Explain the differences between facilitative and debilitative emotions. Give examples of each.
- What are the situations in which you often experience debilitative emotions?
- What irrational beliefs do you subscribe to most often? Label them and explain.
- How can you think more rationally to reduce the number and intensity of debilitative emotions? (Give specific examples related to other aspects of your life, as well as referring to the activating events you have described in this exercise relating to debilitative emotions.)
In your own words, explain Emotional IQ. Then, visit: http://www.queendom.com/tests/access_page/index.htm?idRegTest=1121 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Take the Emotional IQ Quiz (146 questions). Do you agree or disagree with the results. Provide three specific examples to support your position.