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Question number: 1

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of the following factors that moderate the stress response, the one that explains why different stressors produce different responses based upon the persons’ interpretation of the stressors is known as:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

perceived control

b.

social support

c.

social backup

d.

psychological hardiness

e.

cognitive appraisal

Question number: 2

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Factors predisposing an individual toward feeling of jealousy include:

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a.

Lack of intensity in feeling of love

b.

Insecurity in self-conception

c.

Self-hate

d.

Self esteem

e.

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Question number: 3

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The most universally recognized facial expression is

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a.

sticking out your tongue.

b.

pursed lips.

c.

sadness.

d.

smiling.

e.

raising your eyebrows.

Question number: 4

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Identify the theory that suggests the human brain counteracts a strong positive or negative emotion by evoking an opposite emotional response.

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a.

Cannon-Bard theory

b.

common sense theory

c.

opponent-process theory

d.

cognitive-appraisal theory

e.

James-Lange theory

Question number: 5

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The theory that particular facial expressions induce particular emotional experiences is known as the of emotion.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

opponent process theory

b.

Cannon-Bard theory

c.

facial-feedback theory

d.

James-Lange theory

e.

cognitive-appraisal theory