Other examples might include measuring the emotions

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- other examples might include measuring the emotions of actors playing different emotions, after they get off stage; measuring emotions in people with 'freezing' after a dentist appointment or with Botox injections; measuring emotions in people with nerve damage, etc.- so long as the response proposes a way to measure differences between groups with different situations/instructions, then full marks for the experiment part4. Describe the four levels of personal space and provide an example for each level.Difficulty:2QuestionID:11-4-04Topic:Personal SpaceSkill:Applied/ConceptualObjective:11.2aAnswer:Answers will vary, but a full credit answer should include each of the four levels listed below with a descriptive example for each.Even though the separations between the levels of personal space are not clear-cut, four levels have been commonly recognized in our social life as follows:- Public distance is typically used for public speaking, such as lecturing. It keeps a distance of at least 3 metresor more.- Social distance is typically used for conversations among strangers and casual acquaintances. It keeps a distance of 1.25–3 metres.- Personal distance is typically used for conversations among close friends or romantic partners. It keeps a distance of 0.5–1.25 metres.- Intimate distance is typically used for kissing, hugging, whispering, and affectionate touching. It keeps a distance of 0–0.5 metres.5. Identify at least five variables that are correlated with happiness and briefly explain the direction of each of those correlations.Difficulty:2QuestionID:11-4-05Topic:What Makes Us Happy—Myths and RealitiesSkill:FactualObjective:11.3b67
Answer:Answers will vary, but a full credit answer should include at least five of the cues listed below with a specific direction for each.- Marriage: Married people tend to be happier than unmarried people.- Friendship: People with many friends tend to be happier than people with few friends.- College: People who graduate from college tend to be happier than people who don't.- Religion: People who are deeply religious tend to be happier than people who aren't.- Political affiliation: Conservatives tend to be happier than liberals, both of whom tend to be happier than independents.- Exercise: People who exercise regularly tend to be happier and less depressed than people who don't.- Gratitude: Short-term happiness can be enhanced if people feel grateful about their lives, having good friends, intimate romantic partners, and fulfilling jobs.- Giving: Spending money on others produces greater happiness than spending it on one oneself.- Flow: People feel happier when they are completely immersed in what they are doing, such as writing, reading, performing manual labour, playing sports, performing music, and creating art works.6. Compare and contrast drive theories of motivation with incentive theories of motivation. In your answer, include a description of homeostasis, and describe the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. It may be helpful to include examplesDifficulty:2QuestionID:11-4-06Page-Reference:Topic:

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