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Incorrectg120he would seek out and thrive in an environment that offered a relatively low level of stimulation. The Focus on Neuroscience box, “Personality Traits and Patterns of Brain Activity,” described an fMRI study that investigated how people with different personality traits responded to positive and negative images. What was the major conclusion of this study?
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Incorrect4452 The Focus on Neuroscience box, “Personality Traits and Patterns of Brain Activity,” described an fMRI study that investigated how people with different personality traits responded to positive and negative images. The study compared brain activation in participants who scored high on the trait of _____ with participants who scored high on the trait of _____. The Focus on Neuroscience box, “Personality Traits and Patterns of Brain Activity,” described anfMRI study that investigated how people with different personality traits responded to positive and negative images. What was the chief finding of the study? Incorrect g120 High extraversion scores were associated with lower brain activation in response to positive images, and high neuroticism scores were associated with lower brain activation in response to negative images. Incorrect g120 High extraversion scores were associated with greater brain activation in response to positive images, and high neuroticism scores were associated with greater brain activation in response to negative images. (True Answer )Correct g120 Low extraversion scores were associated with greater brain activation in response to positive images, and low neuroticism scores were associated with greater brain activation in response to negative images. Incorrect 4454 The most widely accepted trait theory today is called the: g120 Cattell theory of personality traits. Incorrect g120 five-factor model of personality. (True Answer )Correct g120 Eysenck model of personality. Incorrect
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