Emotion (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 35 - 39 of 57

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Question number: 35

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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Which of the following suggests that an emotion is produced when an event or object is perceived by the thalamus, which conveys this information simultaneously to the cerebral cortex, skeletal muscles, and the autonomic nervous system?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

opponent-process theory

b.

cognitive-appraisal theory

c.

Cannon-Bard theory

d.

James-Lange theory

Question number: 36

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

facial-feedback theory

b.

cognitive-appraisal theory

c.

Cannon-Bard theory

d.

James-Lange theory

Question number: 37

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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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.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

cognitive-appraisal theory

b.

James-Lange theory

c.

Cannon-Bard theory

d.

opponent-process theory

Question number: 38

» Emotion » Measurement of Emotions

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A method that assesses lying by measuring physiological arousal in response to information that is relevant to a transgression and physiological arousal in response to information that is irrelevant to that transgression is known as the:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

guilty knowledge test

b.

polygraph test

c.

fight-or-flight response

d.

Wada test

Question number: 39

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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Schacter and Singer’s theory of emotion views emotional experience as the outcome of physiological arousal and the attribution of a cause for the arousal, known as:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

James-Lange theory

b.

two-factor theory

c.

cognitive-appraisal theory

d.

opponent-process theory

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