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PSY 123 Exam 3 Chapters 11 to 15 Name___________________________________ Date___________________________ Circle the letter with the correct answer 1. Which theory suggests that you would not experience intense anger unless you were first aware of your racing heart or other symptoms of physiological arousal? a. the relative deprivation b. the adaptation-level c. the James-Lange d. the Cannon-Bard theory 2. Activation of the sympathetic nervous system: a.. decreases salivation and increases blood pressure. b. decreases salivation and decreases blood pressure. c. increases salivation and decreases blood pressure. d. increases salivation and increases blood pressure 3. If people who have just been aroused by watching rock videos are then insulted, their feelings of anger will be greater than those of people who have been similarly provoked but were not previously aroused. This is best explained by the: a. relative deprivation principle. b.. two-factor theory c. catharsis hypothesis. d.. Cannon-Bard theory 4. The instantaneous and automatic fear response we experience when unexpectedly stumbling upon a snake illustrates the importance of the: a.. hippocampus. b. hypothalamus. c. pituitary gland. d. amygdala 5. By exposing different parts of emotion-laden faces, researchers found that we detect anger mostly from the ________ and happiness mostly from the ________. a. eyes; amygdala b. environment; genes c. eyes; mouth d. environment; frontal lobe 6. If you mimic another person's facial expressions of emotion, you probably will feel increasing empathy for that person. This is best explained in terms of the: a. catharsis hypothesis. b.. James-Lange theory c.. relative deprivation principle d. feel-good, do-good phenomenon. 7. Anthony believes that the best way to get over the anger he feels toward his high school teacher is to scream shameful profanities while hitting a punching bag. His belief best illustrates the: a. relative deprivation principle. b. adaptation-level phenomenon. c. feel-good, do-good phenomenon d.. catharsis hypothesis 8. According to Walter Cannon, which of the following is release into the bloodstream in a “fight-or-flight” response? a. serotonin b. epinephrine c. androgens d. teratogenes 1
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9. Type A personality is to Type B personality as ________ is to _______. a. Type B; norepinephrine b. Type A; epinephrine c. irritable; calm d. time-conscious; competitive 10. After breaking up with her boyfriend, Kathy alleviated her stress by avoiding contact with her ex-boyfriend and by planning recreational activities with her best girlfriend. Kathy's behavior best illustrates: a. emotion-focused coping b. spontaneous remission. c. a Type B personality. d. a Type B personality 11. Religiously active AIDS patients ________ than do their nonreligious counterparts. a. have higher stress hormone levels
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