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  1. Question 1 - 10 • A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior towards a goal

  2. Answer 1 – 10 • Motivation

  3. Question 1 - 20 • A complex inherited behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species

  4. Answer 1 – 20 • Instinct

  5. Question 1 - 30 • The idea that a physiologic need creates a state of tension that motivates an organism to satisfy the need

  6. Answer 1 – 30 • Drive-Reduction Theory

  7. Question 1 - 40 • Theory that a degree of psychological arousal helps performance, but only to a point

  8. Answer 1 – 40 • Yerkes-Dodson Law

  9. Question 1 - 50 • A tendency to maintain a balance or constant internal state

  10. Answer 1 – 50 • Homeostasis

  11. Question 2 - 10 • A desire to perform a behavior because of a promise of rewards or threat of punishment

  12. Answer 2 – 10 • Extrinsic Motivation

  13. Question 2 - 20 • A desire to perform a behavior for its own sake and to be effective

  14. Answer 2 – 20 • Intrinsic Motivation

  15. Question 2 - 30 • Humanistic psychologist who proposed the hierarchy of needs

  16. Answer 2 – 30 • Abraham Maslow

  17. Question 2 - 40 • In the pyramid of human needs what must be met before higher level safety needs

  18. Answer 2 – 40 • Physiological Needs

  19. Question 2 - 50 • The ultimate psychological need according to the pyramid

  20. Answer 2 – 50 • Self Actualization

  21. Question 3 - 10 • A hormone which allows the body to use glucose for energy

  22. Answer 3 – 10 • Insulin

  23. Question 3 - 20 • Protein produced by bloated fat cells

  24. Answer 3 – 20 • Leptin

  25. Question 3 - 30 • Hunger triggering hormone produced by the hypothalamus

  26. Answer 3 – 30 • Orexin

  27. Question 3 - 40 • Point at which the body has its individiuals “weight thermostat”

  28. Answer 3 – 40 • Set Point

  29. Question 3 - 50 • The Body’s resting rate at which we burn calories for energy

  30. Answer 3 – 50 • Basal Metabolic Rate

  31. Question 4 - 10 • Whole organism’s response involving: arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience

  32. Answer 4 – 10 • Emotions

  33. Question 4 - 20 • Theory that emotion- arousing stimulus leads to a conscious feeling and a physiological response

  34. Answer 4 – 20 • Common-Sense Theory

  35. Question 4 - 30 • Theory that we experience emotion because we are aware of our bodily response to an emotional arousing stimulus

  36. Answer 4 – 30 • James-Lang Theory

  37. Question 4 - 40 • Theory that an emotional arousing stimulus triggers response and the experience of an emotion

  38. Answer 4 – 40 • Cannon-Bard Theory

  39. Question 4 - 50 • Theory that to experience emotion we must be physically aroused and must cognitively label the arousal

  40. Answer 4 – 50 • Two-Factor Theory

  41. Question 5 - 10 • Communication of feelings without words

  42. Answer 5 – 10 • Nonverbal Communication

  43. Question 5 - 20 • A subdivision of the atomic nervous system that deals with arousal

  44. Answer 5 – 20 • Sympathetic

  45. Question 5 - 30 • A subdivision of the atomic nervous system that deals with calming

  46. Answer 5 – 30 • Parasympathetic

  47. Question 5 - 40 • The culture rules, governing how and when a person may express emotion

  48. Answer 5 – 40 • Display Rules