5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- rewards are
- aroused motivation
- ventromedial hypothalamus
- a stimulated hypothalamus creates the psychological experience of hunger
- b it involves those processes that give behaviour its energy and direction
- c any offering from one person given to another in exchange for his or her service or achievement
- d is a stress hormone associated with high sexual motivation and underlies the mating effort
- e The part of the hypothalamus that produces feelings of fullness as opposed to hunger, and causes one to stop eating.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- is the theory that behaviour is motivated to the extent that it served the needs of the organism and restored a biological homeostasis
- is consciously experienced motivational state that readies the person to perform behaviours necessary to replenish a water deficit
- are what causes behaviour? and why does behaviour vary in its intensity?
- ghrelin stimulates hypothalamus
- activity of the musculature, as with facial expressions (emotion) and bodily gestues (desire to leave)
5 True/False Questions
the origins of intrinsic motivation are → autonomy, competence, relatedness
fMRI → is the first grand theory
types of extrinsic motivation are → external, introjected, identified, and intergrated
orbitofrontal cortex → Ex: food deprivation
lateral hypothalamus → The part of the hypothalamus that produces feelings of fullness as opposed to hunger, and causes one to stop eating.