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5 Matching questions

  1. orbitofrontal cortex
  2. brain activity
  3. self-report
  4. VTA
  5. amygdala
  1. a is information provided by a person, such as through a survey or interview
  2. b detecting and responding to threat and danger (ex., via fear, anger, and anxiety)
  3. c activation of brain structures such as the amygdala (fear) or the prefrontal cortex (setting goals)
  4. d learning the incentive value of events, making choices
  5. e part of midbrain with dopamine releasing neurons=important in reinforcement

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. learning responce-outcome contingencies that underlie perceived control beliefs and mastery motivation
  2. is primitive, impulsive, biological, and reative
  3. position emission tomography
  4. electrical changes on the surface of the skin (expression of or stimulus significance)
  5. _________ theory proved to be overly limited in scope and with its rejection came dissillusionment with grand theories

5 True/False questions

  1. 4 motivationally relevant neurotransmitter pathwaysincentives, consequences, and rewards

          

  2. the two perennial questionschemicals in saliva or blood, such as cortisol ( stress) or catecholamines ( fight or flight reaction)

          

  3. types of extrinsic motivation areautonomy, competence, relatedness

          

  4. drivefunctional magnetic resonance imaging

          

  5. fMRI______ motivation rises and falls in responce to a host of factors, including hormones, external stimulation, external cues, cognitive scripts, sexual schemas, and evolutionary process

          

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