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Question 1 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Minnie has wieghed 110 pounds for the last 20 years. 110 pounds is probaby her Selected Answer: set point. Question 2 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Lyla was walking down a dark deserted street when suddenly she heard footsteps behind her. The steps got louder, and Lyla's heart started to beat faster and she started to run. She realized that she was afraid. This is consistent with which theory of emotion? Selected Answer: James-Lange Question 3 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points The New Young Yorkies were up three to nothing in the North American League championship series against their dreaded rivals the Beanie Rough Sockers. They then lost the next four games and many called it the greatest "choke" in professional sports. Some theorists would say that the Yorkies were pushed past their optimal points of arousal. This would be consistent with Selected Answer: Yerkes-Dodson law. Question 4 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Kendra works hard to get good grades because she wants to increase her knowledge. The type of achievement orientation she displays is Selected Answer: mastery-approach. Question 5 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Anorexics may display the following: Selected Answer: all of the above. Question 6 Multiple Choice 5 of 5 points Noah is just learning how to walk. After taking a few short steps, he falls down hard on his backside. He looks up at his mother who is laughing at his antics. He starts to laugh
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