5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Set Point
- Ventromedial Hypothalamus
- a The part of the hypothalamus that acts as a satiety (fullness) center to inhibit eating.
- b Body mass index more than 30.
- c The weight of the body normally maintains when one is trying neither to gain nor lose weight.
- d An external stimulus that motivates behavior (for example, money or fame).
- e The natural tendency of the body to maintain a balanced internal state in order to ensure physical survival.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Emotions that are unlearned and universal, that are reflected in the same facial expressions across cultures, and that emerge in children according to the biological timetable of development; fear, anger, disgust, surprise, happiness, and sadness are usually considered to be basic emotions.
- Psychologists who apply their knowledge in the workplace and are especially interested in work motivation and job performance.
- The theory that emotional feelings result when an individual becomes aware of the physiological response to an emotion-provoking stimulus (for example, feeling fear because of trembling).
- The need to accomplish something difficult and to perform at a high standard of excellence.
- A measure of weight relative to height.
5 True/False Questions
Facial-Feedback Hypothesis → The part of the hypothalamus that acts as a satiety (fullness) center to inhibit eating.
Polygraph → Needs or desires that energize and direct behavior toward a goal.
Work Motivation → The conditions and processes responsible for the arousal, direction, magnitude, and maintenance of effort of workers on the job.
Stimulus Motives → Motives that cause humans and other animals to increase stimulation when the level of arousal is too low (examples are curiosity and the motive to explore).
Intrinsic Motivation → The desire to behave in a certain way because it is enjoyable or satisfying in and of itself.