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Christie Hoskins

Ch. 10 Psychology: A Modular Approach to Mind & Behavior

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4.According to Plutchiks theory of primary emotions joy & fear combined produces _____
8.extrinsic motivation stems from obvious _____rewards
11.these emotions are processed in the right hemisphere of the brain
13.Yey or Ney....it is possible to have positive and negative emotions at the same time?
14.who is responsible for coining and defining growth and meta- needs?
17.these motives are based on LEARNED needs, drives, and goals
19.these motives are based on drives for information, exploration, manipulation, and sensory input
20.this small area at the base of the brain (NOT the stomach) is what regulates hunger & thirst among aother things
22.this devastating disease occurs when individuals (mostly adolescent females & 5-10 males) engage in active self-starvation
25.responsible for fight or flight, the symptoms of which would cause your heart to race, the hair on your arms to stand on end, and your palms to sweat
26.Maslow says that these are needs of expression fro self-actualization could contain perfection, justice, beauty, and many more
27.this is an active dislike for a particular food that can occur if the food causes sickness OR if it is associated with nausea (such as when the drugs chemo patients take cause them to be nauseated)
29.this is when the body monitors & maintains internal states (such as body temps) at relatively constant levels
1.these motives are based on pure biological needs
2.this theory suggests that performance on tasks is best when the Arousal is appropriate to the Difficulty of the task
3.rather than starving themselves, individuals suffering from this eat excessively (gorge) and then follow the act by induced vomiting and/or taking laxatives (purging)
5.this part of the autonomic nervous system is responsible for calming and restoring the body and conserving energy after "fight or flight mode".
6.when stimulas drives, the study on monkeys stated that they quickley learn to solve mechanical puzzles (such as interlocking metal pins, hooks, & latches), for the sheer what of it
7.in a study on preferred body shape,women with abnormal eating habits rated their body shape as being WHAT? from their ideal weight than normal women did
9.Plutchik states that primary _______ can be mixed to yield a third, more comples emotion
10.self actualization is labeled as a _____need
12.lie detectors or ________ measure GSR (Galvanic Skin Response "sweating"), blood pressure, and breathing rate
15.According to the text, thirst, sex, & pain are all what
16.these emotions are processed in the left hemisphere of the brain
18.Surprise, disgust, anger & joy are some of the primary emotions according to whose theory?
21.If I have a desire to excel or meet some internal standard of excellence, my motto might be "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well". I obviously have a high need for______
23.Whose cognitive theory of emotion explains that emotions occur when physical arousal is labeled or interpreted on the basis of experience and situational cues?
24.Men are often more apt than women to freely express anger & _______
28.unfortunately because boys learn to suppress their emotional expressions, the only emotion they can freely express is

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