quiz12 - Question 1 0 out of 0.05 points As stated in the...

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Question 1 0 out of 0.05 points As stated in the textbook, "feeling stressed depends on what events one notices and how one appraises them." This statement best fits which perspective in psychology? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 2 0.05 out of 0.05 points What does the word appraise mean? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 3 0.05 out of 0.05 points Jeremiah is trying to decide if he will spend Saturday afternoon studying in the library or hanging out with his friends. He enjoys both of these things but still feels torn between them. What type of conflict is Jeremiah experiencing? Selected Answer: Correct Answer:
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0.05 out of 0.05 points As stated in the textbook, "Events that are stressful for one person may be routine for another" and "some people are more prone than others to feel threatened by life's difficulties." These statements are consistent with which theme of psychology? Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Question 5 0.05 out of 0.05 points What are the three levels of responses to stress? Selected Answer: emotional, physiological, and behavioral Correct Answer: emotional, physiological, and behavioral Question 6 0.05 out of 0.05 points According to the inverted-U hypothesis, a high level of emotional arousal (like being really excited or really nervous) will help your performance on Selected Answer: Correct Answer:
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