HS102 Chapter 5 Vocabulary

  1. Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
    To describe the ability to understand and manage one's own emotions and be sensitive to others' feelings.
  2. Reappraisal
    Rethinking the meaning of emotionally charged events in ways that alter their emotional impact.
  3. Emotion Labor
    situations in which managing and even suppressing emotions is both appropriate and necessary
  4. Emotional Contagion
    The process by which emotions are transferred from one person to another.
  5. Facilitative Emotions
    Contribute to effective functioning
  6. Debilitative Emotions
    Detract from effective functioning
  7. Rumination
    Dwelling persistently on negative thoughts, that, in turn, intensify negative feelings.
  8. Fallacy of perfection
    Believe that  a worthwhile communicator should be able to handle every situation with complete confidence and skill.
  9. Fallacy of approval
    Based on the idea that it's not just desirable but vital to get approval or virtually every person.
  10. Fallacy of shoulds
    Is the inability to distinguish between what is and what should be.
  11. Fallacy of overgeneralization
    • 1. Base a belief on a limited about of evidence.
    • 2. Exaggerate shortcomings
  12. Fallacy of causation
    Based on the irrational belief that emotions are caused by others rather than by your own self-talk.
  13. Fallacy of helplessness
    Suggest that satisfaction in life is determined by forces beyond your control.
  14. Fallacy of catastrophic expectations
    Operate on the assumption that is something bad can possible happen it will.
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HS102 Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Chapter 5 Vocabulary