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Week 3 Quiz

Multiple Choice
(30 points)

1. Angelica wants to win the beauty contest because she wants the trophy and the recognition. She is _extrinsically____ motivated. a. intrinsically b. avoidance c. extrinsically d. situationally

2. _____________________ theory postulates that bodily reactions occur before the emotions and _____________________ theory postulates that both the bodily reactions and emotions occur at the same time. a. Cannon–Bard theory; James–Lange theory b. James–Lange theory; Two factor theory c. James–Lange theory; Cannon–Bard theory d. Emotional intelligence; Dual Pathway Model of Fear

3. __emotional_intelligemce_ is the ability to manage emotions effectively in a variety of situations. a. Emotional intelligence b. Emotional resilience c. Emotional stability d. Mental toughness

4. Children tend to view the world based on their personal perspectives. The term for this is a. centration b. egocentrism c. ego identity d. narcissism

5. __Jean Piaget_ developed his theories on human development by observing his own children interact with the world. a. Jean Piaget b. Albert Bandera c. Erik Erikson d. Lev Vygotsky

6. According to Erikson’s psychosocial development theory, what is the life crisis stage when people develop close relations with others? a. Identity versus role diffusion b. Intimacy versus isolation c. Generativity versus stagnation d. Integrity versus despair

Fill in the Blank
(50 points)

1. ___Maslow’s heirarchy___ A state of deprivation or deficiency 2. ___Motivation__ The motive or desire to become successful 3. _______________ Achieving self-satisfaction by completing a particular goal 4. __Cannon-Bard Theory _ The belief that emotional and physiological responses occur simultaneously 5. ________________ The process

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