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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch29_Web Quiz 1 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 two-factor theory b. the James-Lange theory c. the arousal theory d. the Cannon-Bard theory 2. Activation of the sympathetic nervous : 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:
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Unformatted text preview: d. two-factor theory. 4. In the Schachter and Singer experiment, college men were injected with epinephrine prior to spending time with an experimenter's accomplice who acted either euphoric or irritated. Which individuals in this experiment were least likely to experience the emotion demonstrated by the experimenter's accomplice? a. those who were led to think the injection would produce no physiological arousal b. those who were promised a large sum of money for participating in the experiment c. those who were told that the injection would cause them to become physiologically aroused d. those who were asked to run in place after receiving the injection 5. The instantaneous and automatic fear response we experience when unexpectedly stumbling upon a snake illustrates the importance of the: a. amygdala. b. hypothalamus. c. pituitary gland. d. hippocampus....
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