Chapter 4 WITHOUTArousal

Chapter 4 WITHOUTArousal - Hedgpeth EXSS 181 Chapter 4...

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Hedgpeth EXSS 181 Chapter 4 Arousal, Stress, Anxiety 1. The results of Weinberg and Hunt's (1976) study on college students with high and low trait anxiety demonstrated that a. increased muscle soreness contributed to inferior performance b. increased muscle tension contributed to inferior performance c. increased coordination difficulties contributed to inferior performance d. a and c e. b and c 2. A substantial imbalance between demand and response capability under conditions in which failure has important consequences refers to a. arousal b. sensational pressure c. stress d. state anxiety e. trait anxiety 3. There is a direct relationship between one's level of a. cognitive anxiety and somatic anxiety b. trait anxiety and state anxiety c. arousal and stress d. a and c e. b and c 4. Arousal refers to the a. direction of motivation b. intensity of motivation c. frequency of motivated behavior d. interaction of cognition and emotions e. a and d 5. Which of the following is NOT a physical manifestation of excess state anxiety? a. worry b. muscle tension c. attentional problems d. a and c e. b and c 6. The importance placed on an event and the uncertainty that surrounds the actions of that event are sources of a. state anxiety b. trait anxiety c. arousal d. personal stress e. situational stress 7. Which personality disposition(s) is (are) related to change in state anxiety? a. trait anxiety
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