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Here we need only note that positive and negative emotions act as behavioral reinforcements. The pain caused by biting your tongue teaches you to chew carefully and avoid tissue damage. Bad tastes and bad smells reinforce the aversion to ingesting unhealthy foods. The pleasure caused by engaging in sex encourages procreation. The enjoyment of playing with our children, encourages parental investment and nurturing. Positive emotions encourage us to seek out states that increase our adaptive fitness. Negative emotions encourage us to avoid maladaptive states.

Recall that an expected stimulus is more accurately perceived when it is predictable. Accurate predictions help an organism to prepare to sidestep dangers and take advantage of opportunities. Since accurate predictions are of real benefit to an organism, it would be reasonable for psychological rewards and punishments to arise in response solely to the accuracy of the expectation. Following a snow storm, for example, I might predict that I will slip and fall on the sidewalk. In the event that I actually fall, the outcome will feel unpleasant, but the experience will be mixed with a certain satisfaction at having correctly anticipated the outcome. This fourth type of expection-related emotion might be dubbed the prediction response .

Psychological evidence in support of a prediction response is found in the work of Mandler (1975). The response is considered so important in the extant literature on expectation, that it is commonly referred to as the primary affect related to emotion (Olson, Roese Zanna, 1996). DStory Shoes Fashion Lace Up Martin Boots For Women Multi15 ICYhB0
Confirmation of expected outcomes generally induces a positive emotional response even if the expected outcome is bad. It is as though brains know not to shoot the messenger: accurate expectations are to be valued (and rewarded) even when the news is not good. That is, a person might experience a positive prediction response and a negative outcome response at the same time.

In summary, we have distinguished four different types of expectation-related emotions. Each type serves a different biological function. The purpose of imaginative responses is to motivate an organism to behave in ways that may maximize future benefits. The purpose of the tension response is to tailor arousal and attention to match the level of uncertainty and importance of the outcome. The purpose of the outcome response is the often-noted goal of all emotions: to provide positive and negative reinforcements related to the biological value of different states. The purpose of the prediction response is to provide positive or negative reinforcements related to forming accurate expectations. All of these goals are biologically valuable.

Informally, we might characterize the "feeling" components to these responses by posing four questions:

As noted earlier, predicting a future event actually entails two predictions: the what and the when . The predictability of the what and when can be entirely independent. In musical rhythms, for example, listeners can form a strong expectation that some sound will happen at a particular moment, even though they have little inkling of what sound will occur. In other circumstances, the listener will have a good idea of what to expect, but will be left wondering when the sound will happen.

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Daisy has almost 15 years PR experience specialising exclusively in luxury travel, spa and hospitality brands. She has represented some of the most prestigious brands in the industry, most notably as the global agency lead for Four Seasons Hotels Resorts, but also with Jumeriah, Raffles, Aman and GHM properties plus independent luxury resort brands and boutique collections. In 2010, Daisy left the restrictions of corporate agency life to bring her wealth of experience, connections and creativity to a carefully curated collection of like-minded brands and introduce a more personalised, high-impact approach to the typical agency ethos. One of the best travelled and respected PRs in the industry with an enviable not-so-little black book of contacts, her consultancy service promises far more than PR results; BIRD clients are fast-tracked to the biggest consumer influencers and benefit from a wealth of knowledge that spans how to deliver the best customer journey to how to host award-deserving travel experiences.

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Nina began her career in online marketing for consumer and travel brands including Chanel, FIAT, Turismo Madrid and Visit Scotland before making the move into travel PR in 2010. She has since spearheaded effective integrated PR campaigns for tourist boards, hotels, airlines, travel publishers and tour operators. A fluent Spanish speaker with a soft spot for Spain and Latin America,Nina is a creative mind with a beady eye for a story whounderstands client marketing needs far beyond traditional PR, combining strategic thinking and digital flair with a sharp attention to detail and a thorough understanding of the travel industry.

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Holly’s experience spans both agency and in-house. As the former Director of Public Relations for Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, she coordinated global PR delivery for the London brand, launching Bar Boulud and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal. Her in-house experience brings a unique perspective to objective-driven campaigns, strategic thinking and developing creative story-worthy guest experiences. On the agency side, Holly has worked across numerous UK and international brands, firstly at PRCo with Daisy where she worked with Abercrombie Kent, Raffles Hotels and Resorts and The Stafford Hotel, but most recently at Bacchus PR, where she was Head of Travel, looking after hotel brands such as Marriott International, Bulgari, The Set Hotels and 1Hotels plus launching independent hotel brands, Artist Residence and The Laslett.

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Nicole joined BIRD at the beginning of 2013 fresh from boutique hotel specialists, Mr Mrs Smith, where she supported their editorial and content team. Overseeing the day-to-day account management of BIRD’s clients, Nicole assures the effective running of PR campaigns, helps with the creation and implementation of PR strategies and ensures the smooth running of day-to-day press office activity. Having worked on a number of high-profile client launches, aimed at both the UK and international markets, Nicole has successfully co-ordinated A-list media and digital influencer group trips out of Asia and Australia, as well as the UK, the UAE and Europe. Thanks to her hotelier parents, Nicole has hospitality in her blood and an innate understanding of the industry. She has an insatiable appetite for adventure, a beady eye for detail and a curious sociable nature that gives her a natural flair for PR.

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“You’re one of the largest investment banks in the US. Your headquarters is in Raleigh, NC, and you have 25,000 employees worldwide based on what I read on your website.”

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