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____ 59. The two-factor theory of emotion would have difficulty explaining why a a. person comes to fear snakes after he sees someone else bitten by one. b. person's fear of snakes is reduced after she receives a calming tranquilizer. c. person automatically fears snakes even though he thinks they are attractive and harmless. d. person's fear of snakes is reduced after she learns that most snakes are harmless. e. person's fear of snakes would be more intense after an adrenalin shot. ____ 60. Noticing that his heart was pounding and that his palms were sweaty while he was taking a difficult test, Harley concluded that he was “anxious.” Noticing that his heart was pounding and that his palms were sweaty when an attractive lady asked him to dance, Harley concluded that he was “falling in love.” The differing emotions experienced by Harley can best be explained by the a. relative deprivation principle. b. James-Lange theory. c. two-factor theory. d. catharsis hypothesis. e. adaptation-level principle. ____ 61. When students perceive the arousal that accompanies test-taking as energizing rather than debilitating, they experience much less anxiety. This is best understood in terms of the a. relative deprivation principle. b. James-Lange theory. c. adaptation-level principle. d. catharsis hypothesis. e. two-factor theory. ____ 62. The spillover effect is best explained in terms of the adaptation-level phenomenon. being theory. ____ 63. In one experiment, college men were injected with epinephrine before spending time with either a joyful or an irritated person. The results of this experiment support the idea that a. some emotions can be experienced apart from cognition. b. there are subtle but distinct physiological differences among the emotions. c. our
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experience of emotion depends on how we interpret the body's arousal. d. happiness is largely a function of experience. e. activation of the sympathetic nervous system alone does not influence emotion. ____ 64. After being physically aroused by his daily three-mile run, Martin finds that he experiences stronger resentment if his wife asks for an unexpected favor and more intense romantic feelings if she kisses him. Martin's experience can best be explained by the a. two-factor theory. b. James-Lange theory. c. Cannon-Bard theory. d. catharsis hypothesis. e. adaptation-level principle. ____ 65. Astrid was emotionally aroused by a TV horror movie. She became extremely angry when her younger brother momentarily blocked her view of the screen. When her movie viewing was interrupted by a phone call from her boyfriend, however, she experienced unusually intense romantic feelings. Astrid's different emotional reactions to her brother and her boyfriend are best explained by the a. catharsis hypothesis. b. James-Lange theory. c. adaptation-level principle. d. two-factor theory. e. Cannon-Bard theory. ____ 66. Bradley was romantically interested in Angel. Based on research by Stanley Schachter and Jerome Singer, if Bradley wishes to increase the odds that she will return his interest, he should a. take her to dinner at her favorite restaurant. b. play soft music for her on the piano. c. bring her a dozen red roses. d. take her rock climbing. e. buy a puzzle that they can both put together. ____ 67. Our most rapid and automatic emotional responses may result from the routing of sensory input through the thalamus directly to the a. hippocampus. b. hypothalamus. c. cerebellum. d. brainstem. e. amygdala. ____ 68. Unlike the low-road brain pathway, the high road for emotional responses extends through the cortex. hypothalamus. cerebellum.
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