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AP Psych Unit 8 Review
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A complex, unlearned behavior that is rigidly patterned throughout a species is called a(n):
Having a drink to satisfy thirst would best be described by which motivation theory?
Motivation to watch horror movies is best explained by this theory:
Optimal Arousal Theory
The state of equilibrium in the body that the body wishes to maintain is done through:
The two variables compared in the Yerkes Dodson Law are:
The last level to be fulfilled on the hierarchy of needs is:
If the level of this in your blood drops, your brains sense you're hungry:
Some people may lose weight, but return to their previous weight. This is known as their:
Ghrelin is produced by the ____ and sends a signal the you are ___.
Insulin is to the pancreas as orexin is to the....?
The fear of eating chocolate covered grasshoppers is likely due to:
What is the appropriate order of the stages in the sexual response cycle?
Excitement, plateau, orgasm
Testosterone is to males as:
Estrogen is to females
Classify: You feel a pit in your stomach before you realize you forgot your mom's birthday:
Which emotion theory assumes we need to appraise a response before noting emotion?
If grade 9's are fleeing a grade 12 prank, what nervous system has kicked in?
What can be used to catch someone being interrogated in a lie?
Guilty Knowledge Test
What is someones most natural smile called?
What is the most universal way to communicate?
What is it called when the position of facial muscles trigger an emotional response?
Facial feedback effect
Our experience of stress can depend on how someone will ____ the event.
Seyle's model for responding to stress is called the:
General adaptation syndrome
What is the first phase in Seyle's GAS?
What is the stress hormone released by your adrenal glands?
Studies of stress have also noted the unraveling of this pivotal part of the chromosomes:
During natural disasters, women often respond with this reaction:
Tend and Befriend
These blood cells are produced in the thymus and target cancer cells:
This is North America's leading cause of death:
Coronary heart disease
AIDS effects the body by supressing:
Your boss at work is easy going, works casual hours and takes long holidays. They are likely:
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