Ch 10 - 1) Which of the following concepts refers to...

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1) Which of the following concepts refers to positive and negative states that have cognitive, physiological and behavioral reactions to events? Emotion 2) An instinct represents an inherited predisposition to behavior in a specific and predictable way when exposed to a particular stimulus. 3) Maslow’s theory focuses on needs as the concept that illustrated motivation. 4) External stimuli that “pull” an organism toward them, eg. Working to get money, are called incentive. 5) Drive theory argues that we are motivated to engage in particular behaviours in order to establish homeostasis. 6) Set point theory proposes that there is an internal physiological standard for fat mass . 7) Cholecytokinin is a hormone that when released sends signals to the brain to decrease eating. 8) The rise and fall of blood glucose , which is the body’s major source of immediately usable fuel, is associated with feeling hungry. 9) Initial research suggested that different components of the brain structure hypothalamus are associated with the feeling hungry or full. 10) In the context of a society that emphasizes that thin=attractive, research by Fallon and Rozin (1985) showed that when women and men were asked to determine what the opposite sex would prefer, women overestimated how thin they needed to be to meet men’s preferences. 11) Research shows that the more variety there is for the food we can eat, the more people eat,
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course PSYCH 1000 taught by Professor Atkinson during the Spring '09 term at UWO.

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Ch 10 - 1) Which of the following concepts refers to...

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