1) The key components of ______ are physiological arousal ...
1) The key components of ______ are physiological arousal, cognitive interpretation, feelings, and behavioral expression. A) B) C) D) E) Motivation Sensation Instinct Behavioral control Emotion 2) According to ______, people around
the world share and recognize at least seven basic emotions. A) B) C) D) E) Robert Plutchik Abraham Maslow Walter Cannon Paul Ekman Hans Eysenck 3) The fact that widely different cultures use the same facial expression to express a certain
emotion would lead researchers to believe that this expression is: A) B) C) D) E) Situational. Cognitive. Unreliable. Innate. Physical. 4) Robert Plutchik believes that:
A) B) C) D) E) There are eight universal facial expressions that combine to form many other emotional responses. Facial expressions are learned primarily as a result of modeling our parents facial expressions. Ekman is correct when proposing the idea of seven universal facial expressions. There are no universally recognized facial expressions.
Only individuals with a similar cultural background can recognize one anothers facial expressions. 5) Women are more likely than men to show emotional disturbances in _____ and _____. A) B) C) D) E) Emotional arousal; anger Panic disorder; depression Fear; loathing
Self-discipline, happiness Alcohol addiction; intense shyness 6) In almost all cultures, women tend to ______ than men. A) B) C) D) E) Hide more emotions Show more anger during conflicts Use different emotional display rules Show more sadness
Be more emotional 7) Roger is sad, but he does not want to cry in front of his friends because of the ______ he has been taught. A) B) C) D) E) Emotions Display rules Cognitions Emotional intelligence Locus of control
8) The role of the limbic system in emotion is to: A) B) C) D) E) Trigger the internal and external behaviors involved in emotions. Arouse the whole brain simultaneously when we are aroused. Make a persons heart race when aroused. Dampen emotional arousal. Integrate the hormonal and neural emotional
aspects. 9) In animal experiments, those who received lesions to the amygdala were found to: A) B) C) D) E) Have a decreased level of fear. Have induced anxiety and fear. Have decreased capacity for language. Have an increased appetite. Suffer from impaired spatial ability.
10) The right hemisphere of the cerebral cortex specializes in _____, and the left hemisphere in _____. A) B) C) D) E) Fight reactions; flight reactions Flight reactions; flight reactions Receiving quick-and-unconscious messages; receiving longer-and-slower conscious messages
Positive emotions; negative emotions Negative emotions; positive emotions 11) The sympathetic nervous system: A) B) C) D) E) Keeps rage and death instincts under control. Only operates during times of low stress. Permits people to react with empathy to tragic situations. Prepares the body to cope with a dangerous
situations. Inhibits the release of hormones. 12) According to the James-Lange theory of emotion, if we are driving to school and a school bus slams on his brakes in front of the car, we: A) B) C) D) E) Feel afraid and then brake. Feel afraid and brake at the same time. Determine if the situation warrants fast action, and if so, we brake.
Brake and then feel afraid. Feel sad and shortly thereafter happy. 13) Which two components are part of Schachter and Singers theory of emotion? A) B) C) D) E) Our physical state and the situation we are in Our physical and psychological states The situation we are currently in and the
environment in which we were raised Our emotional and physical state Our physical state and the last time we felt a given emotion 14) The ______ theory is based on the idea that emotions have pairs that play off one another. When one is triggered, the other is suppressed. A) B) C) D) E) James-Lange Cognitive appraisal
Opponent-process Cannon-bard Two-factor 15) The notion that some arousal can facilitate performance but that too much arousal inhibits behavior is known as the: A) Notion of homeostasis B) Inverted U function C) James-Lange theory of emotion. D) Two-factor theory. E) Opponent-process theory. Answers E 2) D
3) D 4) A 5) B 6) C 7) B 8) E 9) A 10) E 11) D 12) D 13) A 14) C 15) B 1)
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