Social Psychology of
Emotion
Emotions as Social Agents
Depend on other people
Motivating the individual to seek social relationships
Social sharing
Appraisal and Emotion
Stimulus
need to be meaningful to be emotionally arousing (Arnold,
1960)
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Style: Factual
11.
Mental processes that occur without a person being aware of them are
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A. daydreams.
B. unconscious.
C. hypnagogic.
D. conscious.
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12.
When r
65.
Sometimes your old car's starter will start the car on the first turn of the key, while other times
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the starter won't work until you turn the key numerous times. Your car starter has created a
_ schedule of reinforcement for your behavior.
A.
105.According to the _, responses that have been continuously reinforced are extinguished more
quickly than responses that were reinforced on variable interval or variable ratio schedules.
A. stimulus generalization theory
B. partial reinforcement effect
19. Which of the following is a distinguishing characteristic of short-term memory?
A. It holds an exact sensory representation of a stimulus.
B. It is good for only temporary storage of information.
C. It is best at storing information in the form of vis
22.
If classical conditioning has been successfully accomplished, what type of response follows the
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presentation of a conditioned stimulus?
A. conditioned response
B. neutral response
C. conditioned stimulus
D. neutral stimulus
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139.
Helen used to love bananas. Then one day she ate nine bananas and got sick. Over the next
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45 years, Helen never ate another banana. Helen's behavioral change concerning bananas is
called a
A. learning set.
B. vicarious punishment.
C. learned
3.
Some kindergarten children were shown a film on how to brush their teeth. If a change in
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behavior is not immediately obvious after viewing the instructional film, you may conclude that
A. learning has not occurred.
B. there is a potential for
68.
Alan took a drug and then described how he had gained a unique insight into a social problem;
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however, he has no justification or proof to back up his thoughts. Which characteristic of altered
states of consciousness best fits this example?
A
48.
A 8.00 kg mass is moving at 5.00 m/s SOUTH and a 6.00 kg mass is moving at 7.00 m/s EAST.
The velocity of the center of mass is (a), and the velocity NORTH of the center of mass is (b)
A. a = +40.0 m/s, b = +3.00 m/s.
B. a = +3.00 m/s, b = +40.0 m/s.
5.
A 30.00 kg box slides up a 12.00 meters long incline at an angle of 30.00 degrees above the
horizontal. Friction is negligible. The change in gravitational potential energy is
A. 2110 J.
B. 1467 J.
C. 1080 J.
D. 1764 J.
E. 760.0 J.
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52. A CD with a diameter of 12.0 cm starts from rest and with a constant angular acceleration of 1.00
rad/sec2 acquires an angular velocity of 5.00 rad/sec. The CD continues rotating at 5.00 rad/sec
for 15.0 seconds and then slows to a stop in 12.0 second
40. A torque of 2.00 Nm is applied to a 10.0 kg object to give it an angular acceleration. If the angular
acceleration is 1.75 rad/s2, then the moment of inertia is
A. 1.95 kg m2.
B. 1.05 kg m2.
C. 1.14 kg m2.
D. 1.20 kg m2.
E. 1.35 kg m2.
41. A mass m1 i
12.
A CD has a diameter of 12.0 cm. If the CD is rotating at a constant angular speed of 200
revolutions per minute, then the tangential velocity of a point on the circumference is
A. 1.06 m/s.
B. 1.26 m/s.
C. 1.39 m/s.
D. 1.62 m/s.
E. 1.32 m/s.
Giambatti
23.
A 4.00-kg mass is moving in a circular path of radius 3.20 m with a constant tangential velocity
of 6.20 m/sec. The centripetal force on the mass is
A. 40.2 N.
B. 48.1 N.
C. 50.5 N.
D. 59.0 N.
E. 62.3 N.
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22.
A 120 N horizontal force is applied to a 4.00 kg box. The box moves a horizontal distance of
8.00 meters. The change in the kinetic energy of the box is
A. 960 J.
B. 875 J.
C. 821 J.
D. 765 J.
E. 633 J.
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Section: 6.2 Work
55.
A 2.00-kg mass is moving in a circular path with a radius of 5.00 cm. The mass starts from rest
and with constant angular acceleration obtains an angular velocity of 6.00 rad/sec in 3.00 sec.
The mass then comes to a stop with constant deceleration in
68.
An airplane has a mass of 30,000 kg and travels at 300 m/s. If the drag force is 1000 N, then
the power the engines have to provide to keep flying is
A. 6.0 105 Watts.
B. 5.5 105 Watts.
C. 4.9 105 Watts.
D. 4.2 105 Watts.
E. 3.0 105 Watts.
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44. A 20.0 kg box slides up a 12.0 m long incline at an angle of 30.0 degrees with the horizontal. A
force of 150 N is applied to the box to pull it up the incline. The applied force makes an angle of
10.0 degrees to the incline. What is the work done by
29. A 4.00 kg ball is moving at 2.00 m/s to the SOUTH and a 6.00 kg ball is moving at 2.00 m/s to the
NORTHWEST. The total momentum of the system is
A. 15.8 kg m/s at an angle of 3.27 degrees NORTH of WEST.
B. 8.5 kg m/s at an angle of 3.27 degrees NORTH
74.
In any collision
A. total momentum is not conserved.
B. total kinetic energy is conserved.
C. total momentum is conserved.
D. total momentum is not conserved but total kinetic energy is conserved.
E. total momentum and total kinetic energy are conserv
14.
The explosion in a cannon exerts an average force of 30,000 N for 2.00 meters. The velocity of
a 2.00 kg projectile shot from the cannon is
A. 198 m/s.
B. 245 m/s.
C. 302 m/s.
D. 354 m/s.
E. 412 m/s.
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57.
A 3.00 kg object is moving at 5.00 m/s EAST. It strikes a 6.00 kg that is moving EAST at 2.00
m/s. The objects have a one-dimensional elastic collision in the EAST-WEST direction. The
velocity of the 3.00 kg object after the collision is
A. 4.00 m/s E
41. An open box-car has a mass of 30,000 kg and is moving on a level railroad track at 4.00 m/s.
1,000 kg of water falls straight down into the box-car. The velocity of the box-car after the water
falls into the box-car is
A. 7.01 m/s.
B. 6.55 m/s.
C. 5.0