Feelings and Emotions Jeopardy

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Motivation

Hunger

Achievement

Emotions

Miscellany

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Motivation for $100
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Innate tendencies that determine behavior.

Motivation for $200
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Innate biological forces that predispose an animal to behave in a fixed way in the presence of a specific environmental condition.

Motivation for $300
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A biological state in which the organism lacks something essential for survival.

Motivation for $400
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External stimuli, reinforcers, goals, or rewards that may be positive or negative and that motive one’s behavior..

Motivation for $500
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This influences us to perform behaviors because the behaviors themselves are personally rewarding.

Hunger for $100
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Cues for hunger that come from a variety of physiological changes in the body and neurological changes in the brain.

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Refers to a person who is 20% or more overweight.

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Cues that come from associations we make between eating and various stimuli in our environment.

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One of the major cues for being hungry comes from a drop in the level of this substance in the blood.

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This area of the brain is involved in initiating feelings of being full.

Achievement for $100
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A desire to set challenging goals and to persist longer at tasks, showing better performance on tasks, activities, and exams and being attracted to careers that require initiative.

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A personality test that was used to measure the need for achievement..

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A tendency to make up an excuse for ones failure.

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Shown by people who choose easy, non-challenging tasks.

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Someone who scores relatively high on tests of ability or intelligence but performs more poorly than their scores would predict..

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A feeling made up of four components: appraising a stimulus, subjective experience, physiological arousal, and observable behavior.

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Emotions that are recognized in most cultures and help the species survive.

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This theory states that our brains interpret changes in physiological arousal as feelings or emotions.

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This theory states that feedback from facial movement gives rise to emotions.

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This theory states that your interpretation or appraisal of a situation can contribute to your subjective feelings.

Miscellany for $100
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These refer to specific cultural norms that regulate when, where, and how much emotion can be expressed.

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This is one of the more popular excuses of self-handicapping strategies.

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This refers to a process the body uses to maintain a certain stable amount of body fat throughout our lives.

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The question of whether you think before you feel an emotion or feel an emotion before you think.

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The law that states that the performance of a task depends on the amount of physiological arousal and the difficulty of the task.

Motivation

Hunger

Sex Ed

Emotions

Sex Ed II

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Motivation for $200
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An ascending order with biological needs at the bottom and social needs at the top.

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Needs that are acquired through learning and experience.

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Physiological requirements that are critical to our survival and physical well-being.

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Various physiological and psychological factors that cause us to act in a specific way at a particular time.

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It influences us to perform behaviors to reduce biological needs or obtain various incentives or external rewards..

Hunger for $200
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Cells that we inherit and that store fat.

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The process that governs how efficiently our bodies break down food into energy.

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This refers to a gene that mutates and causes severe hereditary obesity in rats.

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This area of the brain is involved in feeling hungry and beginning to eat.

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A hormone that is involved in feeling full.

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These chemicals are the primary regulators of sexual behavior in most animals.

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A major sex hormone that is secreted by the testes.

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A major sex hormone that is secreted by ovaries.

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At puberty, this brain structure triggers the release of sex hormones in both males and females.

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A set of beliefs, values, and expectations that encourages males to engage in sexual behavior and discourages this in females.

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This theory says that if you see a bear, you run and then become afraid.

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This theory says that, with the passage of time, we habituate or take pleasures for granted.

Emotions for $600
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A steady diet of simple pleasure has a greater effect on this than big environmental events (e.g. lottery winning).

Emotions for $800
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They injected subjects with an arousing hormone and then placed the subjects in an “angry” or “happy” setting.

Emotions for $1000
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Subjects’ physiological responses to these kinds of questions are recorded and interpreted by the polygraph.

Sex-II for $200
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Masters and Johnson divided the human sexual response into 4 stages, in a certain order.

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Most gay brothers have identical structures at the end of this.

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When a woman has a persistent delay or absence of orgasm after arousal.

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This means that one has been exposed to HIV and has HIV antibodies.

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This is practiced in parts of Africa and involves cutting away the female’s external genitalia.

Daily Double!!
For Hunger $400

Daily Double!!
For Miscellany $200

Daily Double!!
For Motivation $800 F o r

Daily Double!!
For Sex-1 $600

Final Jeopardy!

Final Jeopardy Question
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This group rated happiness as the most intense emotion while that group rated disgust as the most intense emotion.


				
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