5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- After learning to fear a white rat, Little Albert responded with fear to the sight of a rabbit. This best illustrates the process of
- We are most likely to experience cognitive dissonance if we feel
- In Milgram's obedience experiments, "teachers" were MOST likely to deliver high levels of shock when
- The emotion of fear is sometimes accompanied by _______ that differ from those that accompany rage.
- To help Claire quit smoking, a therapist delivers an electric shock to her arm each time she smokes a cigarette. The therapist is using
- a the "learner" was placed in a different room from the "teacher"
- b a great sense of responsibility for engaging in behaviors of which we personally disapprove.
- c aversive conditioning.
- d generalization.
- e hormone secretions and finger temperatures
5 Multiple choice questions
- A hormone.
- James-Lange theory.
- false memories often feel as real as true memories.
- mature and affluent.
- an external locus of control.
5 True/False questions
Dogs strapped into a harness and given repeated and unavoidable shocks developed → learned helplessness.
The James-Lange theory of emotion states that → expressive behaviors, physiological arousal, and conscious experience.
Women's sexual receptivity differs from that of nonhuman female mammals in being more responsive to ________ levels than to estrogen levels. → testosterone
After the horror of 9/11, many people said the CIA and FBI should obviously have foreseen the likelihood of this form of terrorism. This perception most clearly illustrates → an external locus of control.
Evolutionary psychologists would be most likely to attribute gender differences in attitudes toward casual sex to the fact that men → an external locus of control.