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5 Matching questions

  1. drive
  2. reticular formation
  3. PET
  4. electrodermal (threat) activity
  5. grand theory
  1. a arousal
  2. b electrical changes on the surface of the skin (expression of or stimulus significance)
  3. c position emission tomography
  4. d is the all encompassing theory that seeks to explain the full range of motivated action
  5. e _________ theory proved to be overly limited in scope and with its rejection came dissillusionment with grand theories

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The part of the hypothalamus that produces feelings of fullness as opposed to hunger, and causes one to stop eating.
  2. cocaine, alcohol, and high-fat diets
  3. they are inherent within the strivings of human nature and heathly development ex., autonomy, competence, relatedness
  4. cortisol, testosterone, oxytocin
  5. learning responce-outcome contingencies that underlie perceived control beliefs and mastery motivation

5 True/False questions

  1. willis the first grand theory

          

  2. pysiological needsthey are inherent within the workings of biological systems ex., thirst, hunger, and sex

          

  3. rewards arean evironmental event that attracts or repels a person toward or away from initiating a particular course of action

          

  4. orbitofrontal cortexlearning the incentive value of events, making choices

          

  5. oxytocinis a bonding hormone and motivates the seeking of counsel, support, and nurturance of others during times of stress