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Question number: 76

» Social Psychology » Emotion, Affect and Motivation

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The over justification effect has led some psychologists to question the value of

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

framing

b.

locus of control theory

c.

intrinsic motivation

d.

set point theory

e.

extrinsic motivation

Question number: 77

» Behavioral Neuroscience » Central Structures and Processes

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Compared to control rats, rats with a lesion to the amygdale would

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

perform worse at finding food hidden in a maze

b.

eat more when given unlimited access to food

c.

have difficulty distinguishing different odors

d.

exhibit less in response to a stimulus that was previously presented with a shock

e.

be exactly the same as control rats

Question number: 78

» Personality » Theories

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Horney disagreed with Freud about

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Womb envy and male superiority

b.

the nature of the unconscious

c.

the notion that personality development continues into adult life

d.

penis envy and female inferiority

e.

the notion of the inferiority complex

Question number: 79

» Social Psychology » Social Psychology Theories, Applications and Issues

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Social comparison theory has been used as an argument against

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

mainstreaming in schools

b.

group polarization

c.

single-sex schools

d.

deindividuation

e.

segregation

Question number: 80

» Lifespan Development » Emotion

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Most people agree that the ingredients of love include a mixture of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

passion, intimacy, and commitment

b.

friendship, passion, and attachment

c.

commitment, sacrifice, and trust

d.

ambivalence, passion, and game-playing

e.

Passion, sacrifice, mistrust

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