Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotion
Multiple Choice



1.  

All of the following are examples of primary drives EXCEPT



2.  

Our body regulates metabolism, fat storage, and food intake to maintain a specific weight. What is this homeostatic mechanism called?



3.  

What is the term for scents that can be sexually stimulating?



4.  

Hiking in a cave could satisfy each of the following EXCEPT



5.  

About how many women are physically abused by their partners in the United States each year?



6.  

Most psychologists believe that aggression is



7.  

Which motive is related to the need to influence or control other people?



8.  

The highest level of motive according to Maslow is



9.  

A difference in animal and human sex drives is that



10.  

Men tend to be more sexually aroused by



11.  

According to research done by the FBI, what percentage of married couples had engaged in physical violence in their married lives?



12.  

Bandura describes the relationship between frustration and aggression as which of the following?



13.  

Women who have been forced to have sex frequently experience the symptoms of which disorder?



14.  

Which of the following is likely to be significantly affected by emotional level according to the Yerkes-Dodson law?



15.  

Which theory maintains that emotions are caused by the recognition of physiological processes that occur as a reaction to a situation?

Note: answer choices in this exercise are randomized.

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