6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- the urge to move toward one's goals; to accomplish a task
- List Maslow's Heirarchy:
- set of emotions that are common to all humans; includes, anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise.
- the perceived states of tension that occur when our bodies are deficient in some need, creating an urge to relieve the tension.
- any external object or event that motivates behavior
- Says emotions are product of evolutionary past; Basic emotions reflect fundamental emotional states that play role in essential life tasks. Says emotions are not single states but categories of relatied emotions. Basic emotions are only a small set of infinite variety of emotional states we can experience.
5 True/False Questions
Drive reduction theory of motivation → the idea that it is the perception of the physiological changes that accompany emotions that produces the subjective emotional experience.
Needs → Inherently biological states of deficiency (cellular or bodily) that compel drives.
Amygdala → Important role in appraisal of the emotional significance of stimuli with a specialized function for noticing fear relavant information. Pivotal role in quick appraisals during the threatening or fear inducing situations.
Yerkes-Dodson law → the (law) principle that moderate levels of arousal lead to optimal performance.
Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy → set of emotions that are common to all humans; includes, anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise.