Motivation & Emotion (AP Psychology): Questions 86 - 89 of 142

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Question number: 86

» Motivation & Emotion » Motivational Concepts » Instincts & Evolutionary Psychology

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A relatively complex, inherited behavior pattern characteristic is known as:

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Choice (4) Response
a.

instinct

b.

drive

c.

homeostasis

d.

goal

Question number: 87

» Motivation & Emotion » Hunger, Thirst, Sex, & Pain

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The most critical physiological factor controlling hunger is the

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Choice (4) Response
a.

taste of food.

b.

level of blood sugar.

c.

presence of weakness or fatigue.

d.

amount of intake.

Question number: 88

» Motivation & Emotion » Theories of Emotion » Expressed Emotion

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According to Kubler-Ross, the most common order of emotional reactions in preparing for death is

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Choice (4) Response
a.

depression, anger, denial, bargaining, acceptance.

b.

denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance.

c.

anger, depression, bargaining, denial, acceptance.

d.

denial, bargaining, anger, depression, acceptance.

Question number: 89

» Motivation & Emotion » Hunger, Thirst, Sex, & Pain

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Taste aversions are a type of classical conditioning, and if there is a long delay between the CS and US, conditioning is usually prevented. The fact that people and animals can develop taste aversions even though sickness occurs long after eating indicates that

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Choice (4) Response
a.

there is a psychological tendency to associate sickness with any food eaten earlier.

b.

there is a biological tendency to associate sickness with any food eaten earlier.

c.

there is less aversion associated with the actual sickness than with whatever caused the sickness in the first place.

d.

taste aversions are really more like operant conditioning.

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