What is the term for vigor and persistence of goal directed behavior, and helps move us toward our goals?
What is the name of the theory that states that motivation plays a significant role in adaptation? We have a social need to affiliate, share resources, provide protection, and procreate.
What is the term for the internal state of tension that propels one to a certain activity/behavior to lessen the feeling?
What is the term for external goals that promote a behavior?
What is the term for a motivation to take actions that are themselves rewarding?
What is the term for a motivation to take actions that are not themselves rewarding, but that lead to reward?
What is the term for the tendency for the body (person) to want to maintain a state of constancy?
What is the primary structure of the brain which signals hunger and satiation?
What part of the hypothalamus turns hunger "on"?
What part of the hypothalamus turns hunger "off"?
What are the four steps of the sexual response cycles for men and women?
What are the four functions that Hill proposed that explain why we strive to affiliate?
to permit social comparison
What is the name of the belief that facial expressions themselves can control emotion?
Facial Feedback Hypothesis Proponents
What is the term for norms that regulate the appropriate expression of emotions; culturally determined?
What theory of emotion states that conscious experience of emotion results from perception of arousal?
What theory of emotion states that cognitive interpretations of a situation and response occur at approximately the same time?
What theory of emotion states that people use two factors to identify emotion; physiological arousal and cognitive interpretation; search the environment for an explanation for reactions; look for external cues to help label emotions?