Myers 7e, Chapter 13 Quiz 2Top of Form<br />1. Who suggested that we can stimulate the subjective experience of cheerfulne...
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Myers 7e, chapter 13 quiz 2

  1. 1. Myers 7e, Chapter 13 Quiz 2Top of Form<br />1. Who suggested that we can stimulate the subjective experience of cheerfulness simply by acting as if we are already cheerful? a. William James<br />2. The importance of autonomic nervous system arousal to our subjective experience of emotion is most clearly minimized by the: d. Cannon-Bard theory.<br />3. When Mr. Morgan began to misinterpret his harmless symptoms of autonomic nervous system arousal as indicative of an impending heart attack, he suffered an unusually intense level of fear. His emotional suffering is best understood in terms of the: e. two-factor principle.<br />4. The physiological arousal of parents who momentarily lose their young child in a large shopping mall can actually heighten their feelings of elation shortly thereafter when the child is found. This is best explained by the: c. two-factor theory. <br />5. Evidence that emotion precedes physiological arousal would be most inconsistent with the _______. Evidence that emotion precedes mentally labeling our physiological arousal would be most inconsistent with the ________. c. James-Lange theory; two-factor theory<br />6. Antonio's car stalls in the middle of a railroad crossing just as a train is rapidly approaching. His emotional arousal is likely to be accompanied by: b. an increased respiration rate.<br />7. Shondra, an experienced member of her high school swimming team, has just recently joined her high school debate team. A high level of physiological arousal during team competition is likely to ________ her swimming performance and ________ her debate performance. b. enhance; disrupt<br />8. Exuberant infants and alert, energetic adults are especially likely to show high levels of brain activity in the: d. left frontal lobe.<br />9. An approach to lie detection that assesses a suspect's physiological response to details of a crime known only to police investigators is called the: e. guilty knowledge test.<br />10. Feigned smiles are initiated ________ abruptly and last for a ________ time than genuine smiles. c. more; longer<br />11. Compared to North Americans, Asians are ________ likely to display feelings of anger and ________ likely to display feelings of shame. c. less; more<br />12. If people wrinkle their nose in disgust when presented with a strange-looking food, they are likely to experience an increasingly intense emotional aversion to the food. This best illustrates the: e. "facial feedback" effect.<br />13. Ariana believes that yelling at her husband serves to calm her angry feelings toward him. Her belief is most clearly inconsistent with the: b. James-Lange theory.<br />14. The feel-good, do-good phenomenon refers to the impact of ________ on ________. c. happiness; helpfulness<br />15. A celebrity actress experiences ever-increasing levels of professional acclaim following each successful movie role. Yet with each success, she experiences no more than a temporary surge of subjective well-being. This is best explained in terms of the: d. adaptation-level phenomenon.<br />

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