Motivation (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 65 - 71 of 219

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Question number: 65

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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Gorging on food and then vomiting or taking laxatives to avoid gaining weight is called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

bulimia nervosa.

b.

behavioral dieting.

c.

night eating disorder.

d.

purging.

e.

fad dieting.

Question number: 66

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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The body structure most closely associated with thirst is the

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Choice (5) Response

a.

limbic system.

b.

hypothalamus.

c.

pancreas.

d.

thalamus.

e.

pituitary gland.

Question number: 67

» Motivation » Motivation and Motivational Cycle

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The rate at which the body burns calories just to keep itself alive is the:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

obesity point

b.

set point

c.

endorphins

d.

active metabolic rate

e.

basal metabolic rate

Question number: 68

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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At the top of Maslow’s hierarchy of motives are

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Choice (5) Response

a.

safety and security.

b.

hunger and thirst

c.

love and belonging.

d.

self-actualization.

e.

esteem and self-esteem.

Question number: 69

» Motivation » Characteristics of Motivation

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

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Choice (5) Response

a.

instinct

b.

homeostasis

c.

goal

d.

drive

e.

need

Question number: 70

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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The most critical physiological factor controlling hunger is the

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Choice (5) Response

a.

presence of stomach contractions.

b.

level of blood sugar.

c.

amount of intake.

d.

taste of food.

e.

presence of weakness or fatigue.

Question number: 71

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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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 (5) Response

a.

taste aversions are really more like operant conditioning.

b.

taste aversions can be unlearned as well.

c.

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

d.

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

e.

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

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