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Question 1 If you put on an angry face, then Question options: your heart rate will rise faster than if you put on a happy face. your heart rate will decelerate. your parasympathetic nervous system will become active. physiological change won't occur because it's a false emotion. Question 2 Darwin argued that facial expressions of emotion are Question options: biologically irrelevant. learned. maladaptive. innate. Question 3 The modern era of stress research began Question options: when Julian Rotter published a monograph reporting the ways in which an internal or external locus of control influences a person's health. when Susan Staples provided research evidence documenting the human response to environmental noise. when J. G. Courtney found that chronic work-related stresses were linked to colon and rectal cancers. when Hans Selye published a book detailing the ways in which heat, cold, toxins, and danger, disrupt the body's equilibrium. Question 4 An effective way to deal with thoughts and feelings that make you ashamed, worried, frightened, or sad is to Question options: suppress them. continue to think about them until they decrease. confess them to someone else. try not to think about them. Question 5 Which of the following emotions is a prototypical emotion? Question options: Compassion Jealousy Shame Happiness Question 6
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After their home in California is damaged during an earthquake, a couple researches the federal loan program to help them rebuild their house. Their behavior is an example of Question options: reappraisal.
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