101-finalreview - Final Review Final Review December, 2008...

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Unformatted text preview: Final Review Final Review December, 2008 December, 2008 When geese fly south for the winter they are displaying: a) an instinct b) a drive c) an emotional response d) a conditioned response Wayne is coloring a picture because he plans to submit the picture to a contest. He hopes to get a new bike by winning first prize in the contest. This is an example of: a) incentive motivation b) intrinsic motivation c) self-actualization d) drive reduction One example of intrinsic motivation would be reading a newly released novel: a) as part of a required classroom assignment b) because you are a professional book reviewer who must write a paid review c) for your own enjoyment and pleasure d) to help you get to the next level in a class reading contest Elaine has just received a raise at work. She is still not making a lot of money, but she has begun to think about moving to a neighborhood where there is less crime and where the streets are somewhat safer. According to Maslows hierarchy of needs, at this point in time Elaine is most likely motivated by: a) physiological needs b) love and belongingness needs c) safety needs d) self-actualization needs Research has shown that when people are asked to rate the pleasantness of savory foods after eating a meal containing only sweet foods, their ratings of the savory foods: a) decline significantly b) increase significantly c) do not change d) increase in men, but decrease in women For most of the animal kingdom, sexual motivation: a) seems to follow an incentive model, more than a drive model b) seems to follow a drive model, more than an incentive model c) is unaffected by changes in internal hormone levels d) follows a homeostatic pattern Emotions are complex psychological events that involve a mixture of: a) a physiological response and some type of the subjective experience b) a physiological response, an expressive reaction, and some type of the subjective experience c) a physiological response and an expressive reaction d) an expressive reaction and some type of the subjective experience Gia has been feeling somewhat depressed for a few days. Her sister suggests that if Gia smiled a little more, she might not feel so depressed. This suggestion is consistent with: a) the James-Lange theory of emotion b) the Cannon-Bard theory of emotion c) the two-factor theory of emotion d) the facial feedback hypothesis Peoples overall level of happiness: a) appears to be a result of the comparisons they make b) depends almost exclusively on age and income c) depends largely on the total number of...
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