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Understanding Motivation and Emotion

Psychology

Quiz 4 :

Physiological Needs

Quiz 4 :

Physiological Needs

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Without any water replenishment, the typical human being will die in about:
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B

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The major negative feedback system that regulates and lessens the experience of thirst and inhibits drinking is found in the body's:
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D

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According to the textbook, the most important environmental influence on drinking behavior is:
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C

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Of the following physiological needs, which one is relatively less regulated by intraorganismic mechanisms and relatively more regulated by extraorganismic ones?
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Cellular dehydration causes ___thirst, whereas dehydration of the bloodstream leads to ___thirst.
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What is the primary distinction between psychological needs such as autonomy and implicit motives needs such as achievement?
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Cannon's conceptualization of ___arose from his observations of the bloodstream's inherent tendency to maintain a constant water content, salt level, temperature, oxygen level, and so on.
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The smell of food, the appearance of food, the time of day, and the presence of other people who are eating all represent _that contribute to and regulate the rise and fall of hunger and eating.
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What does research say about the cultural prescription to drink 8 glasses of water each day?
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In what ways do needs differ from one another?
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Which of the following is the closest synonym for appetite?
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___refers to a physiological stop system that terminates drive.
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The human body is mostly water: about _%.
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According to the ___hypothesis, when body weight (or proportion of body fat) drops below its in-born homeostatic balance, then increased hunger and increased eating behavior become more probable.
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Among the following, which is the most likely event to increase or intensify hunger?
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Bodily systems show a remarkable capacity for maintaining a steady state of equilibrium, even as these systems perform their functions and are exposed to widely differing and stressful environmental conditions. The term that describes the body's tendency to maintain a steady state is:
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___is any condition within the person that is essential and necessary for life, growth, and well-being.
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_thirst arises when the intracellular fluid/water falls below a homeostatic level of needs replenishment.
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Which of the following statements is true?
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___is the theoretical term used to depict the psychological discomfort stemming from a persistent biological deficit.
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