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5 Matching questions

  1. homeostasis
  2. james-lange theory
  3. two-factor theory
  4. idea of mind
  5. phallic stage
  1. a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state
  2. b conscious, preconscious, & unconscious (iceberg)
  3. c 3-6 years
    ez: phallic region
    oedipus/electra complex
  4. d suggests our physiology and cognitions create emotions; two ingredients: physical arousal & cognitive label
  5. e proposes that the physiological responses come first, followed by emotion (follow bodily reactions, feel afraid b/c of rapid heart beat)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. stable weight
  2. individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, acting
  3. physiological activation
    expressive behaviors
    conscious experience
  4. holds repressed memories and emotions and the id's instinctive drives
  5. ego protects itself, unconsciously reducing anxiety by distorting reality

5 True/False questions

  1. arousal theorysuggests our physiology and cognitions create emotions; two ingredients: physical arousal & cognitive label

          

  2. latent stagesexual impulses remain dormant

          

  3. cannon bard theoryorganisms seek to maintain optimal level of arousal, not to eliminate it

          

  4. sublimationexpressing sexual or aggressive impulses through indirect, socially acceptable ones (man with strong sexual urges paints nude pictures)

          

  5. free associationindividual faced with anxiety retreats to a more infantile psychosexual stage, where some psychic energy remains fixed (woman returns home after fight with husband)

          

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