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Understanding Motivation & Emotion Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is NOT a sign of physiological arousal?

Question 2 2. According to Schachter's two-factor theory, which of the following must be present to experience emotion?

Question 3 3. Who created Schachter's two-factor theory of emotion?

Question 4 4. What conclusion might we take away from case studies like that of Phineas Gage?

Question 5 5. An emotion is defined as _____.

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Question 6 6. Emotions can help us with _____ communication.

Question 7 7. Mary was out riding her bicycle and fell and scraped her knee. Emotion is expressed in

Question 8 8. Cannon-Bard disagreed with James-Lange in the following ways:

Question 9 9. The James-Lange Theory

Question 10 10. Why is the two-factor theory of emotion called that?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following statements regarding appraisal, the cognitive processing part of the two-factor theory of emotion, is FALSE?

Question 12 12. William James and Carl Lange are known for their theory stating that _____.

Question 13 13. An individual with the _____ will desire agreement and compliance.

Question 14 14. Tom is the manager of a sales team. Becky is one of his employees with a need for affiliation. What type of work environment would be most beneficial to Becky?

Question 15 15. Rachel is applying to business school programs. She has been avoiding schools that do not require an entrance exam, because she thinks the program might not be rigorous enough if they accept too many people. At the same time, she is also avoiding the most elite schools in her area because she is worried those programs will be too challenging. Based on the acquired needs theory, what type of need is strongest for Rachel?

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Question 16 16. What can be defined as the energy source of motivation?

Question 17 17. What is the first stage of the cycle of motivation?

Question 18 18. What is the BEST way to describe the stage of incentive in the cycle of motivation?

Question 19 19. Which of the following is an example of drive reduction?

Question 20 20. Which of the following needs creates the strongest drive to act immediately?

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Question 21 21. Maslow's hierarchy of needs explains:

Question 22 22. Peter is a 6th grader motivated more by mastery goals, rather than performance goals. Which situation would he be most likely to perceive positively?

Question 23 23. Which of the following is an example of how an emotional state can influence decision-making?

Question 24 24. Joe is a 6th grader motivated more by performance goals, rather than mastery goals. Which situation would he be most likely to perceive positively?

Question 25 25. What is conflict?

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Question 26 26. Is conflict good or bad?

Question 27 27. When two countries go to war over border lines, what is the source and type of conflict being shown?

Question 28 28. After experiencing a stimulating event, we look to all of the following to assist us in developing a cognitive label for our physiological arousal except which one?

Question 29 29. If you had sustained damage to your amygdala, which of the following situations would you have trouble experiencing?

Question 30 30. If I see a poisonous snake, my heart would race, I would experience fear, and I would run away is an example of which theory?

Understanding Motivation & Emotion Chapter Exam Instructions

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