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Question options: Cultural purpose Physiological purpose Emotional purpose Adaptive purpose
Question 11 2.5 / 2.5 points When any variable that can be placed into either of two discrete and mutually exclusive categories is referred to as:
Question 12 2.5 / 2.5 points In cross-cultural comparisons, emotions may be cross-culturally similar or different, depending on the level of generalization chosen for description. Observations of specific emotional characteristics are more likely to highlight __________, than are observations of generalized characteristics.
Question 13 2.5 / 2.5 points The more students are aware of their thinking processes as they learn, the more they can control such matters as goals, dispositions, and attention. Self-awareness promotes self-regulation. What is this act?
Post-hoc error Bidirectional causation Barnum effect Question 14 2.5 / 2.5 points Cross-culturally, embarrassment has common physiological responses, and one of them is what? Question options: Excessive salivating Excessive sneezing Increased body temperature Decreased thirst
Question 15 0 / 2.5 points Sandy who lives in the United States, was in Japan visiting a friend and was not sure if laughing out loud in the movie theater was appropriate even though she felt happy. This is a reflection of:
Question 16 2.5 / 2.5 points
Emotional complexity or the co-occurrence of pleasant and unpleasant emotions simultaneously is more prevalent in what cultures rather than Western cultures?
Question 17 2.5 / 2.5 points Studies of the process of identification, description, and explanation of facial emotional expressions show what?
Question 18 0 / 2.5 points Medieval medicine was barely more effective than leaving someone alone to heal on its own, but because the times where the therapy worked are more available, practicing medicine was considered effective whether or not it really was. This is a reflection of: Question options: Barnum effect. continuous variable.
availability bias. post-hoc error. Question 19 2.5 / 2.5 points In the United States, male friends usually do not embrace and kiss each other as a form of greeting. Such behavior would make most American men uncomfortable or even angry. In many European countries, however, acquaintances normally embrace and kiss each other on both cheeks, and avoiding this greeting would seem unfriendly. This is an example of:

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