Modules_Ch29_Web Quiz 2

Modules_Ch29_Web Quiz 2 - d. two-factor theory. 3....

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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch29_Web Quiz 2 1. Evidence that emotion precedes physiological arousal would be most inconsistent with the _______. Evidence that emotion precedes mentally labeling our physiological arousal would be most inconsistent with the ________. a. catharsis hypothesis; arousal theory b. arousal theory; catharsis hypothesis c. James-Lange theory; two-factor theory d. two-factor theory; James-Lange theory 2. When Mr. Morgan misinterpreted his harmless symptoms of autonomic nervous system arousal as indicative of an impending heart attack, he suffered an unusually intense level of fear. His emotional suffering is best understood in terms of the: a. catharsis hypothesis. b. James-Lange theory. c. relative deprivation principle.
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Unformatted text preview: d. two-factor theory. 3. Antonio's car stalls in the middle of a railroad crossing just as a train is rapidly approaching. His emotional arousal is likely to be accompanied by: a. a decreased blood sugar level. b. a decreased respiration rate. c. contraction of the arteries. d. dilation of his pupils. 4. Exuberant infants and alert, energetic adults are especially likely to show high levels of brain activity in the: a. limbic system. b. sensory cortex. c. cerebellum. d. left frontal lobe. 5. The arousal that lingers after an intense argument may intensify sexual passion. This best illustrates: a. relative deprivation. b. the spillover effect. c. the adaptation-level phenomenon. d. the feel-good, do-good phenomenon....
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