PSYC 101 Quiz 5

PSYC 101 Quiz 5 Liberty University

PSYC 101 Quiz 1 The Science of Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 2 The Biology of Behavior

PSYC 101 Quiz 3 Sensation and Perception

PSYC 101 Quiz 4 Learning, Memory, and Intelligence

PSYC 101 Quiz 5 Motivation and Emotion

PSYC 101 Quiz Developmental Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 7 Personality and Social Psychology

PSYC 101 Quiz 8 Psychological Disorders and Treatments

  1. needs are higher-level needs that relate to an organism’s tendency toward psychological growth.
  2. Examples of psychological needs can include all of the following EXCEPT:
  3. Evidence suggests that as people become hungrier, they pay more attention to
  4. The word “motivation” is derived from the Latin meaning
  5. The theory is the belief that intelligence is fixed and unchanging.
  6. Psychological hedonism can best be defined as the approach that suggests
  7. is the ongoing process by which an organism attempts to reach its full potential.
  8. is diagnosed when an individual weighs less than 85% of his or her expected weight.
  9. Listening to music can lead to the activation of
  10. Judgments and personal evaluations of one’s own competence are known as
  11. Three types of stressors are:
  12. The theory of
  13. predicts that whenever there is conflict between cognitions
  14. (behaviors, beliefs, values, and desires, people will try to reduce the conflict.
  15. The arousal component of emotion is the predictable bodily arousal and changes that we see in emotion.
  16. Factors that tend to impact emotional state include all of the following EXCEPT:
  17. The need for is a strong desire to excel, meet some inner standard of excellence, and do well.
  18. As levels of glucose in the blood , hunger           .
  19. Approximately what portion of the adult U.S. population is obese?
  20. Physiological drives are related actual needs with respect to the drives for
  21. Physiologically, arousal is activity in the nervous system.
  22. Around of the world’s population is obese. is another term for overeating.
  23. are known as innate, consistent responses to stimuli.
  24. theory of emotion states that one factor is an undifferentiated state of physiological arousal that underlies all emotions, and the second factor is the individual’s interpretation in light of what caused it.
  25. The Law describes the optimal level of arousal that exists for different behaviors; this level varies both for different individuals and for different behaviors.
  26. is categorized by patterns of intense, out-of-control overeating, followed by measures aimed at eliminating the excessive caloric intake.
  27. The fallacy is the faulty assumption that naming something explains it.
  28. What part of the brain is most responsible for processing fear reactions? needs satisfy the basic internal functions of an organism.
  29. Two ways of reducing cognitive dissonance are changing and behavior.
  30. By using MRI recordings, Martin and associates found significantly increased activity in what part of the brain?
  31. Fat cells produce this hormone, that signals to the hypothalamus to reduce appetite.
  32. McClelland suggests that achievement-oriented behavior is a combined function of tendencies and
  33. The incidence of obesity among children in the United States has more than         since the 1970s, suggesting that environmental factors may be more important than genetic or metabolic factors.
  34. The theory of emotion suggests that when an individual perceives an emotion-related situation or object, the hypothalamus sends messages both to the cortex, where the emotion is felt, and to the body, where physiological reactions take place.
  35. A stressor is a stimulus event that places a demand on an organism for some kind or response.
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