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DIF:2REF:HungerOBJ:3MSC:TYPE: Factual6.More than six out of ten American adults are obese.
DIF:1REF:HungerOBJ:3MSC:TYPE: Factual7.Most college women have dieted at some point in their life.
DIF:1REF:HungerOBJ:3MSC:TYPE: Factual8.Recent Miss Americas would be considered malnourished by the World Health Organization.
DIF:1REF:HungerOBJ:3MSC:TYPE: Factual9.The biological responses of males and females to sexual stimulation are quite similar.
DIF:1REF:Sexual Motivation and Sexual OrientationOBJ:4MSC:TYPE: Factual
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10.Education, religion and ethnicity are all related to sexual behavior.
DIF:2REF:Sexual Motivation and Sexual OrientationOBJ:4MSC:TYPE: Factual11.One’s achievement motivation does not appear to have much effect on either educational or vocational success.
DIF:1REF:Achievement MotivationOBJ:5MSC:TYPE: Conceptual12.Performance goals usually lead to extrinsic rewards.
DIF:1REF:Achievement MotivationOBJ:5MSC:TYPE: Factual13.We have a fairly stable level of happiness that seems to have a genetic component.
DIF:2REF:EmotionOBJ:6MSC:TYPE: Factual14.Various emotional states give rise to certain patterns of electrical activity in the facial musclesand in the brain.
DIF:2REF:EmotionOBJ:6MSC:TYPE: Factual15.The James-Lange theory suggests that emotions cause behavioral responses to events.
DIF:2REF:EmotionOBJ:6MSC:TYPE: Factual16.The Schachter–Singer view (that social comparison influences people’s attribution of their arousal) has been supported and verified by subsequent research.
DIF:2REF:EmotionOBJ:6MSC:TYPE: Factual17.There are specific patterns of bodily responses which accurately pinpoint lying on polygraph exams.
DIF:2REF:EmotionOBJ:6MSC:TYPE: Factual
ESSAY1.What are the biological factors related to obesity?
2.Describe the sociocultural origins of eating disorders.

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