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Question number: 1

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When a polygraph operator asks a subject, “Have you ever lied to your parents? ” he or she is using

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Choice (5) Response

a.

an irrelevant question.

b.

a critical question.

c.

a experimental question.

d.

a control question.

e.

deception.

Question number: 2

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The maintenance of steady states of temperature and blood pressure are examples of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

homeostasis.

b.

intrinsic motivation.

c.

extrinsic motivation.

d.

biological rhythm.

e.

thermostasis.

Question number: 3

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The desire for mastery, excellence, and accomplishment is known as:

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a.

the perceptual motive

b.

the sex motive

c.

the achievement motive

d.

sensation seeking

e.

the hunger motive

Question number: 4

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Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes

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a.

the need for patients to be “trained” to eat; otherwise, they would inadvertently starve to death.

b.

some changes in hunger, but eating still occurs.

c.

a total loss of appetite.

d.

some changes in eating, but hunger still occurs.

e.

eating based on recognized need, not internal feelings of hunger.

Question number: 5

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Experts generally agree that the primary emotions include:

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a.

Fear, Anger and Joy

b.

Hate, disgust and joy

c.

Disgust, anger and shame

d.

Fear, anger and hatred

e.

Love, joy and sadness

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