Practice Test 4 - 1. Which of the following behaviors is...

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1. W hich of the following behaviors is motivated by drive reduction?  a) choosing one potential marriage partner over another b) deciding between pizza and a hamburger for dinner c) eating an apple to satisfy your hunger d) drinking Pepsi instead of Coke when you are thirsty e) all of the above   2. At a general level, the Yerkes-Dodson Law of arousal suggests that . .... a) moderate levels of arousal are best for performance. b) low levels of arousal are best for performance. c) high levels of arousal are best for performance. d) people get REALLY aroused when a law is passed that makes taxes go up. e) all of the above   3. The inverted U-shape of the Yerkes-Dodson Law suggests that both ____________ levels of  arousal ____________ performance.  a) high and low; facilitate b) high and moderate; facilitate c) high and low; interfere with d) low and moderate; interfere with e) all of the above   4. The lateral and ventromedial hypothalamus serve as __________ for eating.  a) regulatory centers b) placemats c) condiments
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d) candleholders e) all of the above   5. Which situation follows the James-Lange interpretation of emotions?  a) Emma saw the snake, felt her heart beat faster, and remembered she forgot her nitroglycerine  pills. Damn! b) Emma saw the snake, felt her heart beat faster, and became afraid.
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Practice Test 4 - 1. Which of the following behaviors is...

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