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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 11.1, 12-15 Homeostasis and what type of theory associated with it- Difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation: example or each- When is the over justification effect; when is it most likely to occur?- Order of Maslow's hierarchy of needs?- Chapter 11 Look at quiz 4/5--> on exam Describe sequence of events from stimulus to emotion that the James- Lange theory predicts (autonomic, emotion or the other way)- Can you describe the results of the study in which participants held pens in their mouths while rating cartoons?- Results of Schacter- Singer study (p. 416-417)- What physiological system does the polygraph monitor- When is the startle reflex most likely to occur? What type of people does it occur in- Repression: motivated forgetting-- people who intentionally suppress unpleasant memories improve their psychological adjustment Denial: refusal to believe information that provokes anxiety Rationalization: people attempt to prove their actions are rational and justifiable and thus worthy of approval Displacement: by diverting a behavior or thought away from its natural target toward a...
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- Spring '07