Sample exam questions from Ch. 4

Sample exam questions from Ch. 4 - a. psychoanalytic b....

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1. According to developmentalists who study emotions, an emotion consists of a. thoughts that accompany a feeling. b. a positive or negative feeling, psychological responses that accompany a feeling, and thoughts that accompany a feeling. c. a positive or negative feeling. d. physiological responses that accompany a feeling. 2. One clue that primary or basic emotions have deep biological roots is that they a. emerge at about the same ages in all normal infants. b. are displayed and interpreted similarly in all cultures. c. do not emerge at about the same ages in all normal infants and are not displayed and interpreted similarly in all cultures. d. emerge at about the same ages in all normal infants and are displayed and interpreted similarly in all cultures. 3. Thinking that his mother is in the kitchen, 10-month-old Billy becomes upset and cries when he crawls there from the living room and fails to find her. This observation supports the ____________________ interpretation(s) of separation anxiety.
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Unformatted text preview: a. psychoanalytic b. psychoanalytic, evolutionary theory, and cognitive developmental c. cognitive-developmental d. evolutionary theory 4. Ten-month-old Juan falls, skins his knee, and notices his mother grimace and look upset. A second or two later, Juan begins to cry. Juan's crying behavior a. is prompted, in part, by social referencing. b. illustrates his knowledge of emotional display rules. c. reflects his deceitful attempt to manipulate his mother's emotions. d. illustrates his self-awareness. 5. Which of the following emotional milestones might even a 5-year-old not have reached? a. displaying complex emotions such as pride and shame b. social referencing c. recognizing that social referencing can be a method of appraising the accuracy of their own judgments d. recognizing that people can experience more than one emotional reaction to the same event...
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