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S02 Introduction To Psychology II Exam 5 Answers (Ashworth College)

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A. Approach goals B. Performance goals C. Secure goals D. Self-efficacy goals Question 5 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points A person with a(n) _______ attachment style will be uncomfortable getting close to others and find it difficult to trust or depend on others. A. secure B. avoidant C. anxious D. ambivalent Question 6 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points Leona engages in activities only if she will receive a reward. She A. has a need for affiliation. B. is intrinsically motivated. C. is extrinsically motivated. D. is mastering a goal. Question 7 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points A female friend of yours confides that her sex drive has been low lately, and she is thinking of taking testosterone to increase it. Which of the following should you tell her? A. The pills won't work because testosterone only promotes sexual desire in men, not women. B. The pills won't work because testosterone has nothing to do with sexual desire. C. Do it! Testosterone supplements will have a major increase on your sex drive. D. It probably isn't worth it because the effect of testosterone supplements on sexual satisfaction is very small for healthy individuals. Question 8 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points Some people have suggested that oxytocin could act as a “love or cuddle hormone” or “liquid trust.” Which of the following is a reason given in the textbook why this is an oversimplification? A. Oxytocin actually decreases attraction and trust in most people. B. Giving people doses of oxytocin makes them more likely to favor their own group over other groups, and increases defensive aggression against outsiders. C. Oxytocin increases attraction and trust in non-human animals, but has no effect in humans. D. Giving people doses of oxytocin only works if it is administered along with vasopressin. Question 9 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points When her baby begins to cry, Brenda can quickly soothe him by picking him up, holding him, and stroking his head. Based on research with animals, it’s likely that Brenda’s touch has a soothing effect, in part, because it leads to the release of _______ in the baby’s brain. A. morphine B. endorphins C. leptin D. vasopressin Question 10 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points An expectation that comes true because of the tendency of the person holding it to act in ways that bring it about is called

A. a self-fulfilling prophecy. B. an approach goal. C. a mastery goal. D. self-efficacy. Question 11 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points Research concerning the riddle of sexual orientation suggests that role. A. most gay men report being seduced by an older adult during late childhood or early adolescence. B. the majority of children of gay parents become gay themselves when they reach adolescence. C. the parents of gay men were unconcerned about their son’s nonconformity with the traditional male D. from an early age, most gay men recall that they rejected the typical boy role and toys. Question 12 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points According to your textbook, in what way do men and women differ when it comes to romance? A. Men usually suffer more from the end of a relationship than women do. B. Women usually suffer more from the end of a relationship than men do. C. Men and women typically differ in how they express their motives for love and intimacy. D. Men are more likely to be insecurely attached than women are. Question 13 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points Charlie and Charlotte are learning to ski. Every time she falls, Charlotte says, “This is the most humiliating experience I’ve ever had! Everyone is watching me behave like a clumsy dolt!” When Charlie falls he says, “Well, that sure isn’t the way to turn on these things, I’d better try another way.” Why is Charlotte more likely than Charlie to give up? A. She has set an unrealistic goal. B. She is focusing on mastery goals. C. She has little need for achievement. D. She is focusing on performance goals. Question 14 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points Historically, when women have needed a relationship for financial security, sex was regarded as a(n) A. asset to be rationed to achieve a goal. B. pleasurable activity to be enjoyed. C. act to be “gotten through” quickly. D. art to cultivate, like the art of cooking. Question 15 of 40 5.0/ 5.0 Points There’s an old saying, “Damned if I do and damned if I don’t.” This saying illustrates a(n) _______ conflict. A. approach-approach B. approach-avoidance C. avoidance-avoidance D. multiple approach-avoidance Question 16 of 40

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