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Spring 2010 Psychology 1 Set 3 Study Guide Final Exam: Monday, May 10, 11:30-2:30 The Final Exam will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions and cover ALL lecture material and all reading assignments (30 questions will pertain to Exam 1 material, 30 questions will pertain to Exam 2 material, and 40 questions will pertain to Study Guide Set 3 material). Use ALL Study Guide Sets to help you study for the Final. You will need a SCANTRON form (Red Form No. F-288) and pencil for the exam. Don’t forget to bring a SCANTRON form (Red Form No. F-288) and pencil to the exam Set 3 Study Guide, Page 1 Section 10: Emotion I. You should be able to provide a 2-3 sentence description from memory of the following terms: amygdala two-factor theory fear conditioning display rules facial feedback circumplex map of emotion II. You should be able to write a 1-page essay from memory for each of these study questions. 1. Describe the biological bases of emotions. In your answer, consider how the HPA axis, amygdala, and
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Unformatted text preview: orbitofrontal cortex work together during an emotional event, such as witnessing a car crash or serious earthquake. 2. What are the different theories for how people experience emotion? How does evolutionary theory describe the ways emotions are adaptive? 3. Why would crossing a scary suspension bridge affect one’s attraction to the opposite sex? What theory of emotion best describes this finding? 4. Describe findings of facial expressions of emotion. In your answer characterize the nature of facial expressions across cultures. 5 Describe Phineas Gage and his importance to psychology. What does he tell us about emotions and the brain? 6. How do so-called lie detectors works? In your answer consider how physiological emotional responses are recorded by polygraphs and computerized knowledge assessment (CKA)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Arthurshimamura during the Spring '10 term at Berkeley.

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