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According to the two-factor theory, the two basic components of emotions are
According to the two-factor theory, the two basic components of emotions are: Physical Arousal (not just sexual, but rapid heartbeat and trembling) and also Cognitive Label (associating the physical reactions to fear). [ This is how they work together: So, imagine you are alone in a dark parking lot walking toward your car. A strange man suddenly emerges from a nearby row of trees and rapidly
approaches. The sequence that follows, according to the two-factor theory, would be much like this: 1. I see a strange man walking toward me. 2. My heart is racing and I am trembling. 3. My rapid heart rate and trembling are caused by fear. 4. I am frightened! Further information can be found here: I hope this helps [smile] ]
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Weegy: According to the two-factor theory, the two basic components of emotions are: Physical Arousal (not just sexual, but rapid heartbeat and trembling) and also Cognitive Label (associating the physical reactions to fear). [ This is how they work together: So, imagine you are alone in a dark parking lot walking toward your car. A strange man suddenly emerges from a nearby row of trees and rapidly approaches. The sequence that follows, according to the two-factor theory, would be much like this: 1. I see a strange man walking toward me. 2. My heart is racing and I am trembling. 3. My rapid heart rate and trembling are caused by fear. 4. I am frightened! Further information can be found here: I hope this helps [smile] ]
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