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Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Somatic Theory, Motivation, Drive TheoryExam


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 1000
Professor
Laura Lyn Fazakas Dehoog
Study Guide
Final

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Chapter 11
Student: ___________________________________________________________________________
1.
Your roommate loves to debate psychological theories. When discussing emotion he insists that
"We feel sad
because
we are crying" and "We feel fear
because
we tremble". Your roommate's
arguments are most consistent with which psychological ideas?
A.
Cannon-Bard theory
B.
James-Lange somatic theory
C.
Freud's psychodynamic theory
D.
Schachter's two-factor theory
E.
2.
Hull suggested that disruptions to an organism's internal physiological equilibrium, also known as
______________, motivates an organism to behave in a certain way in order to reduce tension.
Hull refers to this as ______________.
A.
homeostasis; drive theory
B.
instincts; intrinsic motivation theory
C.
intrinsic motivation; drive theory
D.
homeostasis; intrinsic motivation theory
E.
none of the these

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3.
According to Maslow's theory, humans are motivated by
A.
the need to achieve self-actualization.
B.
the need to maintain internal homeostasis.
C.
the need to keep unconscious conflicts outside of conscious awareness.
D.
the need to ensure the survival of their young.
E.
the need to manage approach-approach conflicts.
4.
A lesion to this brain area will result in a rat that becomes obese.
A.
lateral hypothalamus
B.
posterior hypothalamus
C.
anterior hypothalamus
D.
ventromedial hypothalamus
E.
dorsomedial hypothalamus
5.
____________________ states that women may view their bodies in the same way external
viewers do, which can increase their body shame and anxiety, leading to eating disorders.
A.
Subjectification theory
B.
Objectification theory
C.
Subjectification principle
D.
Cafeteria diet theory
E.
Justification theory

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6.
Which of the following is not one the phases of Masters' and Johnson's sexual response cycle?
A.
arousal
B.
excitement
C.
plateau
D.
orgasm
E.
resolution
7.
The ______________ would suggest that viewing pornographic material should increase sexual
aggression against women because viewers see models acting out aggression. However, the
______________ would suggest that viewing pornography should reduce aggression against
women by releasing built up sexual and aggressive impulses.
A.
aggressive modeling theory; catharsis principle
B.
social learning theory; libidinal principle
C.
social learning theory; catharsis principle
D.
latent learning theory; libidinal principle
E.
latent learning theory; catharsis principle
8.
Kinsey initially conceptualized sexual orientation as:
A.
a three-dimensional construct including self-identity, sexual attraction, and actual sexual
behaviour.
B.
a well-defined sense of either being "male" or "female".
C.
sexual behaviours that are culturally defined as being "masculine" or "feminine".
D.
being genetically determined at the time of conception.
E.
a continuum ranging from "exclusively homosexual" at one end to "exclusively heterosexual" at
the other end.
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