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5 Matching questions

  1. consequences are
  2. testosterone
  3. anterior cingulate cortex
  4. William James
  5. nucleus accumbens
  1. a mood, volition, making choices
  2. b was the first psychologist the popularize the instinct theory
  3. c positive reinforcers vs. negative reinforcers and punishers
  4. d is a stress hormone associated with high sexual motivation and underlies the mating effort
  5. e pleasurable experience of reward, hotspot for liking

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the higher a person's motivation, the greater will be his or her __________ on that task
  2. is the third grand theory
  3. is a stress hormone associated with poor intellectual functioning, negative affect, and poor health outcomes
  4. philosophical study of the ________ turned out to be a dead end that explained very little about motivation, as it actually raised more questions than it answered
  5. contraction and relaxation of the heart and blood vessels ( attractive incentives, difficult/challenging tasks)

5 True/False questions

  1. rewards areany offering from one person given to another in exchange for his or her service or achievement


  2. lateral hypothalamusdetecting and responding to threat and danger (ex., via fear, anger, and anxiety)


  3. orbitofrontal cortexEx: food deprivation


  4. behaviourit is relatively strong, intense, and persistant and is aimed toward acheiving a particular goal


  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