Compared with deaf children exposed to sign language from birth, those who first learn sign language as teens are less likely to
comprehend the grammatical subtleties of sign language.
A deep sense of well-being results when our need for relatedness is satisfied in balance with our psychological need for
Mr. Porter believes that aggression is an unlearned behavior characteristic of all children. He obviously believes that aggression is a(n)
Those who trace the origins of social bonding to its survival value are most likely to agree that the need to belong is
Campa Indians in Peru consider roasted ants a delicious delicacy, but this is not the case for most North Americans. This best illustrates
the influence of culture on food preferences.
American and South Korean collegians indicated that the satisfaction of ________ were the top two contributors to their peak moment in the past week.
self-esteem and belongingness needs
Evidence that brain anatomy differences account for variations in sexual orientation is provided by the fact that these brain differences
originate at about the time of or even before birth
A complex, unlearned, and fixed pattern of behavior common to all members of a species is called a(n)
People consume more ice cream when scooping it with a big scoop rather than a small one. This best illustrates
Contemporary psychologists are most likely to consider ________ to be a human instinct.
Women's sexual orientation tends to be ________ felt than men's, and potentially ________ and changing than men's.
less strongly; more fluid
Unlike those with bulimia nervosa, those with binge-eating disorders are not likely to ________ following binge eating.
engage in excessive exercise
In one experiment, professional actors played the role of either normal-weight or overweight job applicants. Research participants' willingness to hire the applicants revealed
greater discrimination against overweight women than against overweight men
Destruction of the ventromedial hypothalamus of a rat is most likely to
cause the rat to become extremely fat.
Unlike the low-road brain pathway, the high road for emotional responses extends through the
The two-factor theory of emotion places more emphasis on the importance of ________ than does the James-Lange theory.