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This is Chapter 9 Motivation and Emotion
Effects Board 1 You Drive Me Crazy Hungry like a wolf “Let’s talk about sexual motivation and orientation, baby” Don’t get all emo on me You can’t make me…
You Drive Me Crazy Hungry like a wolf “Let’s talk about sexual motivation and orientation, baby” Don’t get all emo on me Real Question Board 2 You can’t make me
This is our body’s natural balance that we try to maintain
This is an inborn, genetically based species-wide behavioral tendency
The following example shows a lack of this kind of learned drive: “I’m a fourth quarter senior and I don’t care about my grades.”
This theory states that motivated behavior is an attempt to return the body to homeostatis
Drive Reduction Theory
These are objects in the environment that motivate goal- directed behavior
This is known as the satiety center; when stimulated, an animal ceases eating, but when destroyed, it eats to the point of obesity
This disorder has the following characteristics: 1. Intense fear of becoming obese 2. Disturbance of body image 3. Refusal to maintain minimal normal weight for age and height.
This disease is diagnosed by the following symptoms: 1. Recurrent episodes of binge eating 2. Self-induced vomiting 3. Binge and purge occurs twice a week for three months 4. Body and weight excessively influence the person’s image
This theory states that we all have a genetically predetermined weight and any attempt to dip below that weight is seen as a threat to our metabolism.
This hormone which is released by fat cells signals satiety
This is the first stage of the sexual response cycle
Fluctuations in this hormone determine the human sex drive
Animals secrete this substance (scent) that promotes sexual readiness in potential partners; Many perfumes try to mimic this to add to their allure
This researcher conducted interviews and wrote controversial papers discussing sexuality and sexual orientation.
This is the final state in the human sex cycle
This humanistic psychologist determined that there is a hierarchy of needs
This is an unlearned motive that prompts us to explore our world
The desire to excel comes from this motive; it can be measured by the WOFO scale.
This motive is aroused when people feel threatened. It makes us seek the company of others.
This term encompasses all behavior that is intended to inflict harm on others
This skin response technique is used to measure arousal and therefore emotions.
This theory of emotion tells us that physiological changes in our body cause us to feel emotion. According to this theory, humans are passive in constructing emotion
This theory states that processing of emotions and bodily responses occur simultaneously
This theory tells us that situations give us clues as to how we should interpret our state of arousal
These are outwardly observable behavioral displays of emotion that may exaggerate how one feels, i.e. slamming drawers
These are nonverbal displays of emotion involving hand gestures