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Jeopardy Theories Biologica l Motivation EmotionsGrab bag Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 A behavior that is patterned throughout a species and is UNLEARNED.
$200 The idea that a physiological need creates an aroused tension state that motivates an organism to satisfy the need.
$200 Drive-reduction theory
$300 The theory that our experience of emotion is our awareness of our physiological responses to emotion arousing stimuli. Physiological arousal before emotion.
$300 James-Lange Theory
$400 The theory that an emotion-arousing stimulus simultaneously triggers physiological responses and the subject experience of emotion.
$400 Cannon- Bard Theory
$500 Arousal->Cognitive label->Emotion
$500 Schachter-Singer Two-factor theory
$100 Part of the brain that controls hunger
$200 Part of the brain that controls anger and fear
$300 Hormone secreted by empty stomach; sends Im hungry signals to the brain.
$400 Digestive tract hormone; sends Im NOT hungry signals to the brain
$500 A lesion near this part of the hypothalamus would cause a person to overeat.
$500 Ventromedial Hypothalamus
100 Developed the hierarchy of needs theory.
$100 Abraham Maslow
200 A resting period after orgasm, during which a man cannot achieve another orgasm.
$200 refractory period
300 Field of psychology that deals with method to optimize human behavior in workplaces.
$400 Two most common eating disorders.
400 Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia
500 His research was shocking in the 1940s. He surveyed a nonrandom sample. His findings revealed the sexual behaviors of many men and women.
$500 Alfred Kinsey
$100 Emotional release; hypothesis Maintains that releasing aggressive energy relieves aggressive urges.
$200 Peoples tendency to be helpful When already in a good mood.
$200 Feel-good, do-good phenomenon
$300 The perception that one is worse off relative to those with whom one compares oneself.
300 Relative Deprivation
400 Psychologist who pioneered the study of emotions and its relation to facial expressions.
$400 Paul Eckman
$500 In the sympathetic nervous system, the adrenal glands release this stress hormone during arousal.
$100 A desire to pursue high standards and Significant accomplishments is indicative of _____________ motivation.
$100 Achievement Motivation
$200 The bodys tendency to remain a stable internal state.
$300 Researchers have found that a person will find a cartoon more amusing while holding a pen with their teeth than while holding it with their lips. This demonstrates…
$300 Facial Feedback Effect
$400 The law that states performance at lower levels of arousal for difficult tasks, and at higher levels for easy or well-learned tasks.
$400 Yerkes-Dodson Law
$500 The 4 stages of the sexual response cycle.
$500 Excitement Plateau Orgasm Resolution
Final Jeopardy Maslows Hierachy of Needs (draw and list the pyramid in order)
Final Jeopardy Answer Self-actualization Esteem Belongingness/Love Safety Physiological
Motivation A need or desire that energizes and directs behavior.
Motivation and Emotion Chapter 9. Chapter 9 Learning Objective Menu LO 9.1 Motivation LO 9.2 Instinct approaches to motivation LO 9.3 Drive-reduction.
Myers’ PSYCHOLOGY (7th Ed) Chapter 12 Motivation James A. McCubbin, PhD Clemson University Worth Publishers.
Chapter 13 Motivation and Emotion. Motives and emotions Motives are specific inner needs and wants that direct us toward a goal Emotions are feelings.
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Chapter 12 AP Psychology. What is Emotion? Emotion is a 4 part process consisting of physiological arousal, cognitive interpretation, subjective feelings,
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Emotion Why do we have emotion? Emotions enhance our survival Focus our attention Energize our behavior.
Unit V – Motivation and Emotion Memory/Cognition – What we know about the world Learning – How we make associations between causes and effects Motivation.
UNIT V-----PERSONALITY Personality refers to your characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. Motive---stimulus that moves a person to behave.
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1 PSYCHOLOGY (9th Edition) David Myers PowerPoint Slides Aneeq Ahmad Henderson State University Worth Publishers, © 2010.
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Chapter 13 Stress, Coping and Health. Table of Contents Principle types of stress include a. conflict, fear, pressure b. anxiety, conflict, change c.
A Beginning Common Sense List of Motivations behavioral wanting or needing to obtain desirable consequences (rewards) or escape/avoid undesirable consequences.
1 Arousal and Emotion Whats their use?? Assist in decision making Readiness.
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Created by Dr. Gordon Vessels Motivation versus Emotion Emotion, a subjective sensation experienced as a type of psycho-physiological arousal, is.
Psychological Science is Born Wundt and psychology’s first graduate students studied the “atoms of the mind” by conducting experiments at Leipzig, Germany,
Kardinia International College Unit 4 Psychology Final Review Series AOS 2: Applications of a Biopsychosocial Framework 3. Addictive Disorder.
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