Sociology Exam

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1.If you destroy a rat's ventromedial hypothalamus it will overeat

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True 100%
Score: 2/2

2.If you electrically stimulate a rat's lateral hypothalamus it will overeat.

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True 100%
Score: 2/2

3.Orexin is released from the adrenal gland and stimulates hunger.

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True 0%
Score: 0/2

4.Sympathetic nervous system activity is different for every emotion.

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5.Human beings are driven by instinct.

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6.Extraversion/introversion is common to the Big 5 and the 2 factor concepts of personality.

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True 100%
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7.The Id is about the immediate gratification of sexual and aggressive drives.

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True 100%
Score: 2/2

8.Darwin hypothsized human emotions were important for early human communication.

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True 100%
Score: 2/2

9.Culture alters how we express emotions, but when we express ...

... particular emotions is universal.
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StatementResponse Value
OrexinFrom hypothalamus, increases hunger 20.0%
LeptinFrom intestines, decreases hunger 0.0%
InsulinFrom pancreas, increases hunger 20.0%
GhrelinFrom fat cells, decreases hunger 0.0%
PPYFrom stomach, increases hunger 0.0%
Score: 4/10

StatementResponse Value
OralPleasure gained from the mouth 20.0%
AnalFocus on control of bladder and bowels 20.0%
PhallicSexual feelings not obvious 0.0%
DormantOedipal complex 0.0%
GenitalMaturation of sexual feelings 20.0%
Score: 6/10

13.Match the theory of emotion to the set of hyphenated last names.

StatementResponse Value
Schachter-SingerEmotions and physiological arousal occur simultaneously 0.0% Cannon-BardPhysiological activity precedes the emotional experiences 0.0% James-LangePhysiology and cognition create emotions 0.0%

Score: 0/6

14.Match the defense mechanism to the behavior

StatementResponse Value
RegressionDisguise threatening impulses by attributing them to others 0.0% Reaction FormationSwitching unacceptable impulses to their opposites 16.66% ProjectionRetreating to a more infantile stage to avoid anxiety inducing thoughts 0.0% RepressionBanish anxiety inducing thoughts feelings and memories from consciousness 16.66% RationalizationOffers self-justifying explanations for more threatening reasons for one's actions 16.66% DisplacementRedirecting sexual and aggressive impulses to a safer outlet. 16.7% Score: 8.0016/12

15.Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Student ResponseValueFeedback
1.Proposes that we rely on instinct for our motivations.
2.Proposes that we fulfill some needs before others.
3.Proposes that our motivations are to address our arousal to various needs. 0% 4.Proposes that our motivation is to maintain arousal homeostasis. Score: 0/4

16.Optimum Arousal

Student ResponseValueFeedback
1.Proposes that we rely on instinct for our motivations. 0% 2.Proposes that we fulfill some needs before others.
3.Proposes that our motivations are to address our arousal to various needs. 4.Proposes that our motivation is to maintain arousal homeostasis. Score: 0/4

17.Drive Reduction Theory

Student ResponseValueFeedback
1.Proposes that we rely on instinct for our motivations.
2.Proposes that we fulfill some needs before others.
3.Proposes that our motivations are to address our arousal to various needs. 4.Proposes that our motivation is to maintain arousal homeostasis. 0% Score: 0/4

18.Our standards for judegement and future aspirations are found in our..

Student ResponseValueFeedback
1.1 or more of the responses below 100%
2.Superego
3.Id
4.Ego
Score: 4/4
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