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Myers 7e, Chapter 13 Quiz 1Top of Form<br />1. Which theory suggests that you would not experience intense anger unless yo...
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Chapter 13 quiz 1

  1. 1. Myers 7e, Chapter 13 Quiz 1Top of Form<br />1. Which theory suggests that you would not experience intense anger unless you were first aware of your racing heart or of other symptoms of physiological arousal? b. the James-Lange theory<br />2. Who suggested that the physiological reactions associated with a variety of different emotions were much the same? b. Walter Cannon<br />3. If people who have just been aroused by watching rock videos are insulted, their feelings of anger will be greater than those of people who have been similarly provoked but were not previously aroused. This is best explained by the: d. two-factor theory.<br />4. Whether we feel angry or depressed in response to a low exam grade depends on whether we attribute the poor grade to an unfair test or to our own lack of academic ability. This best illustrates that emotions are influenced by: c. cognitive appraisals.<br />5. The instantaneous and automatic fear response experienced when unexpectedly stumbling upon a snake illustrates the importance of the: a. amygdala.<br />6. Activation of the sympathetic nervous system ________ salivation and ________ blood pressure. d. decreases; increases<br />7. Julie will be competing in a basketball free throw contest. Her performance is likely to be ________ if her physiological arousal during the performance is ________. c. best; moderate<br />8. A lie detector machine is used to monitor people's: d. respiration.<br />9. People who were exposed to different parts of emotion-laden faces detected anger mostly from the ________ and happiness mostly from the ________. a. eyes; mouth<br />10. Who would have been most likely to suggest that the facial expression of disgust is an inherited behavioral trait that enables us to quickly eject foul-tasting and harmful food from our mouths? c. Charles Darwin<br />11. If you mimic another person's facial expressions of emotion, you probably will feel increasing empathy for that person. This is best explained in terms of the: c. James-Lange theory.<br />12. People ________ the long-term emotional impact of sustaining a paralyzing physical injury and they ________ the long-term emotional impact of acquiring wealth. c. overestimate; overestimate<br />13. Luciano believes that the best way to get over the anger he feels toward one of his high school teachers is to scream shameful profanities while hitting a punching bag. His belief best illustrates the: d. catharsis hypothesis.<br />14. After receiving exciting news about the birth of a healthy grandson, Mr. Haney was easily persuaded to contribute a generous sum of money to a neighborhood church. This best illustrates the: e. feel-good, do-good phenomenon.<br />15. Professor Crane was ecstatic when he learned that one of his research studies had been approved for publication. His feelings of joy quickly dissipated, however, when he heard a colleague recently had three different research articles accepted for publication. His declining emotional satisfaction is best explained in terms of the: b. relative deprivation principle.<br />