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Engineering Psychology. Emotions & Motivation. fear, sadness, anxiety, anger, joy, happiness , interest , hunger, thirs, needs, Maslov, Yerkes-Dodson, sympaticus-parasympaticus. Jakub Jura Jakub.jura @fs.cvut.cz http://users.fs.cvut.cz/~jurajaku/ing-psych/. What is emotions ?.

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Emotions motivation

Engineering Psychology

Emotions & Motivation

fear, sadness, anxiety, anger, joy,happiness, interest, hunger, thirs, needs, Maslov, Yerkes-Dodson, sympaticus-parasympaticus

Jakub Jura

[email protected]

http://users.fs.cvut.cz/~jurajaku/ing-psych/


What is emotions
What is emotions?

  • Latin E + MOVERE

  • Something which moveing out by ourselves

  • Feeling of the mind as distinct from the cognitive.

  • Grow from a temperament.


Basic directions
Basic directions

  • Aproach

  • Avoid

  • Pleasing, hedoné

  • Unpleasant, Unhedoné

  • Tasty

  • Untasty

?


Arousal
Arousal

  • Arousal is a physiological and psychological state of being awake or reactive to stimuli.

  • How to monitor AROUSAL?

  • EEG activities, Micro-motion (e.g. In stearing wheel)

  • Affect

  • Alertness

  • Vigilance

  • Sleepeness

  • Relaxation

  • Sleep

  • Death


Basic emotions
Basic emotions

Arousal

Hedone

Hedonic continuum

Unhedone


Physiological indicators of emotions
Physiological indicators of emotions

  • Blood pressure

  • Pulse

  • Skin color

  • Respire rate (breathing in / out)

  • Pupil size


Sympaticus parasympaticus
Sympaticus / parasympaticus

  • ENS (Enteric Nervous System)

  • Preparing organism to action or relaxation, fight or digestion.


Polygraph lie detector test
PolygraphLie detector test

  • Respiration

  • Galvanic Skin Response

  • Puls Rate

  • Fistful of rici

    • … if spit out it dry, then …

      … SALIVATION +/-


Aras ascendent reticular actiovating system
ARAS – ascendent reticular actiovating system

Self-holding interconnection

Cortex

Sensors

Motoric systems

RF

Visceral system

Clock


Motivation is vector
Motivation … is vector

  • Direction

  • Strenght

Motivation to …



Homeostatic theory of motivativation cybernetics model
Homeostatic theory of motivativationCybernetics model

Setpoint

Hypothalamus

Example:

motivation

Feeling

Hungry

Sensors:

glucose

temperature

stomach motility

stomach fullness

Action:

Motivated behaviour

CCK

Satisfaction


Maslow s hierarchy of needs
Maslow's hierarchy of needs

Inductive

What a man can be, he must be.

Self-actualization

need to be respected, be accepted and valued by others, feel self-value

Self-esteem and social-esteem

Reductive

Love and belongingness

friendship, Intimacy, family

personal security, safety place, health,

Safety needs

requirements for human survival: air, water, food, sex …

Physiological needs


Yerkes dodson law
Yerkes-Dodson law

Performance maximum

Simple task →

← Difficult task

Performance

Weak Strong

Arousal optimum

Arousal (stimulation)

Low High



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