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5 Matching questions

  1. superego
  2. denial
  3. homeostasis
  4. psychosexual stages
  5. drive-reduction theory
  1. a we have biological needs that demand satisfaction
  2. b moral guardian; conscience
    guilt shame
    moral principle: satisfying needs in ways that are morally correct
  3. c personality formed during first few years of life' id's pleasure seeking energies focus on pleasure sensitive body areas called erogenous zones
  4. d refusing to acknowledge a threatening impulse or drive (substance abusers admitting they have a problem)
  5. e tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. learned or acquired through experience
  2. complex behaviors that have fixed, inborn patterns of responses that are specific to members of a particular species
  3. self-justifying explanations in place of real; more threatening unconscious reasons for ones actions
  4. state of bodily tension that motivates an organism to satisfy the need
  5. suggests our physiology and cognitions create emotions; two ingredients: physical arousal & cognitive label

5 True/False questions

  1. personalityrefusing to acknowledge a threatening impulse or drive (substance abusers admitting they have a problem)

          

  2. psychoanalysistendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state

          

  3. free associationFreud asked patients to say whatever came to their minds to tap the unconscious

          

  4. preconsciousholds repressed memories and emotions and the id's instinctive drives

          

  5. lateral hypothalamus vs. ventromedial hypothalamusbelief that mimicking facial movements will induce an emotion