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Unformatted text preview: c. What part of the brain is associated with the fear response? Is it unique to primates? d. What part of the brain/neurotransmitter is associated with pleasure? e. How do we test whether animals find something pleasurable or not? What are some of the challenges inherent in these tests? f. What indications do we have that other animals experience stress? g. The only part of a mammal’s brain that is fully developed at birth is the _________. Why? h. Which neurotransmitter is involved in bonding? i. Could emotions be evolutionarily beneficial for some animals more than others? j. Do animals link thought with their emotions, in secondary emotions (e.g. guilt and shame)? Why or why not? k. Can we test whether animals are aware of their emotions? l. According to Dawkins (2000), which kind of cognitive processes require emotion? m. Dawkins (2000) lists two alternative meanings for the word “emotion.” What are they?...
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, m. Dawkins