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What are the relationships among affect, emotions, moods,

What are the relationships among affect, emotions, moods, attitudes, and values?

Briefly compare and contrast classical conditioning and operational conditioning.

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There is a direct relationship between affect, emotions, moods, attitudes, and values. Our emotions essentially set the precedent for the reactions that are evoked in us, in any setting. Our reactions produce emotions, which then shape our attitudes. For example, if I am in a situation at work where I am taking part in an intense meeting where change needs to take place due to low sales and heavy demands are being placed upon me, this is going to evoke emotions based on anxiety, stress, and nervousness, which will shape my attitude during and immediately after the meeting. My attitude will likely convey a sense of immediacy and directness, due to the content of the meeting and the goals and ...

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What are the relationships among affect, emotions, moods, attitudes, and values?

Briefly compare and contrast classical conditioning and operational conditioning.

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