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Chapter 12

29 Questions  I  By Rschapa
Chapter 12
Chapter 12 psyche test

  
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1.  Bulimia Nervosa
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2.  Mazlow's Hierarchy of Needs states that....
3.  Homeostasis
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4.  Incentive Theory
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5.  Emotional Intelligence
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6.  Insticts
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7.  What part of the brain regulates eating, drinking, and body temperature
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8.  Polygraph
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9.  Facial-Feedback Hypothesis
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10.  Amygdala
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11.  The stomach contains receptors that monitor the nutrient levels in the stomach to inform the body when it is hungry and in need for nutrients
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12.  A high school student has been conscientious about his/her body weight recently and has reduced his eating habits in fear of becoming obese. What type of eating disorder could this person have?
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13.  Achievement Motivation
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14.  Anorexia Nervosa
15.  The three Biological Theories are?
16.  Hierarchy of Needs
17.  Intrinsic Motivation
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18.  Motivation is a set of factors that activate dopamine levels in the brain that convinces a person to reach a goal.
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19.  Arousal Theory
20.  Zuckerman's scale was created to determine if a person is
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21.  Schachter's Two-Factor Theory
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22.  Cannon-Bard Theory
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23.  James-Lange Theory
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24.  Extrinsic Motivation
25.  Emotion is when little kids cut the wrists while complaining about their lives and how the world hates them.
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26.  Motivation
27.  Drive-Reduction Theory
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28.  Emotion
29.  Connie is at a slumber party.  All the girls start telling different aspects about their lives which sparks an outroar of crying between all the girls.  A mother walks in and asks Connie why she is sad.  She replies that she is sad because she is crying.  Which theory is this an example of?
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