What does Schacter’s two-factor theory state about the relationship between emotion and physiological reaction?
A. Emotions are caused by physiological reactions. For example, we feel excited because our heart begins to race. B. Physiological reactions are caused by emotions. For example, our experience of fear causes our breathing rate to increase. C. A combination of physiological reactions and our cognitive interpretation of an event produces emotion. D. Physiological reactions and emotional response occur simultaneously. E. Cognitive emotions occur independently of physiological states and are unrelated. 9. Excessive time spent in the resistance phase of Seyle’s general adaptation syndrome can contribute to A. increased time needed to adapt to new emotional situations. B. Decreased motivation to perform novel tasks C. Stress-related diseases like ulcers or heart conditions D. A reduction in the drive to achieve goals E. Resistance to learning skills needed for novel tasks. 10. Perceived control over a stressful event results in A. less reported stress. B. More frustration regarding the stres