Motivation (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 40 - 44 of 219

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Question number: 40

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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Electrically stimulating the lateral hypothalamus will cause a rat to

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

sleep and dream.

b.

stop eating.

c.

start drinking.

d.

start eating.

e.

stop drinking.

Question number: 41

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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In an early experiment by Cannon and Washburn, Washburn swallowed a balloon so that they could measure hunger. Their conclusion was that

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Choice (5) Response

a.

the balloon recorded only thirst levels.

b.

hunger had nothing to do with stomach contractions.

c.

the balloon recorded hunger pangs or contractions.

d.

the balloon stopped digestion, and so nothing could be said of normal hunger.

e.

the balloon prevented hunger by filling up the stomach.

Question number: 42

» Motivation » Motivation and Motivational Cycle

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A specific body weight that the brain tries to maintain through the regulation of diet, activity, and metabolism is known as:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

obesity point

b.

basal metabolic rate

c.

set point

d.

endorphins

e.

active metabolic rate

Question number: 43

» Motivation » Characteristics of Motivation

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Moods

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

reflect only positive emotions.

b.

are the most extreme forms of various emotions.

c.

are subtle emotional undercurrents.

d.

reflect base physiological changes.

e.

reflect only negative emotions.

Question number: 44

» Motivation » Motives and Needs

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Which is a cause of anorexia?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

sexual disorder

b.

food allergies

c.

sibling rivalry

d.

perfectionism

e.

an overly realistic view of normal size

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