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1. Jeopardy Hunger Theories of Emotio Motivation Motivat 2 Yomamma Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $100Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy 2. $100 This sugar is our blood sugar 3. $100 Glucose 4. $200 Im late for lunch. Im hungry! What part of the hypothalamus (stimulated) tells our body its hungry. 5. $200 Lateral hypothalamus Im late for lunch. Im hungry. Lateral hypothalamus 6. $300 This hormone stimulates hunger. 7. $300 Ghrelin 8. $400 This eating disorder is when girls are less than 85% of their ideal body weight. They basically starve themselves. 9. $400 Anorexia 10. $500 This part of the hypothalamus (stimulated) tells your body when its full. 11. $500 Ventromedial hypothalamus 12. $100 This theory of emotion says we experience emotion after a Physiological response. 13. $100 James Lange theory 14. $200 This theory says we have a cognitive appraisal of emotion. 15. $200 Schacter Two Factor 16. $300 This part of our brain produces a fear response. 17. $300 amygdala 18. $400 This theory says we experience the feeling of emotion at the same time we have a physiological response. 19. $400 Canon Bard 20. $500 This is the fancy word for venting your emotions 21. $500 catharsis 22. 100 People who are motivated for no obvious reason are said to be __________ motivated. 23. $100 Intrinsically motivated Why do we feed ducks???? 24. 200 Im a lawyer because I like to make money. I am ______ motivated. 25. $200 Extriniscally 26. 300 Excessive extrinsic motivation will do this to intrinsic motivation. 27. $300 Reduce it. (overjustification effect) 28. $400 An unlearned behavior that is passed down from generation to generation is this. 29. 400 Instinct 30. 500 This is the idea we are driven by basic biological needs. Satisfying these needs brings us back to homeostasis. _______ _______ Theory 31. $500 Drive Reduction Theory 32. $100 This theory explains why we want to ride rollercoasters and jump off of cliffs. 33. $100 Arousal Theory 34. $200 He was famous for his sex studies in the 1950s. 35. $200 Alfred Kinsey 36. $300 This term describes how our hypothalamus maintains our weight like a thermostat 37. 300 Set point 38. 400 This law says we perform better under an optimal level of arousal. 39. $400 Yerkes-Dodson Law 40. $500 This is our tendency to adapt to new things over time. 41. $500 Adaption-Level Phenomenon 42. $100 This term describes when we have to choose between 2 equally pleasant outcomes. 43. $100 Approach-Approach Conflict Travel to Spain or Hawaii????? 44. $200 This conflict is when there are good and bad things for each of the things you have to choose from. 45. $200 Approach- Avoidance Conflict 46. $300 This hypothesis says if we force ourselves to smile, we will actually feel better. 47. $300 Facial Feedback Hypotheiss 48. $400 He studied emotions and facial expressions around the world. 49. $400 Paul Ekman 50. $500 Although there are 6 basic facial expressions that are culturally universal, this is the emotional difference between cultures. 51. $500 Display Rules Individualistic cultures encourage catharsis more than collective cultures 52. Final Jeopardy 53. Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Tolstoy? (The book is Kingdom of God)