The approach-withdrawal model attempts to explain
A.Arousal and valence
B.Positive versus negative emotions
C.Basic actions taken in responding adaptively to the environment
D.How each individual emotion corresponds to a different brain region
Basic actions taken in responding adaptively to the environment
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Research suggests that the path to the amygdala that is important for quick, instinctive emotional response is from the:
A.Anterior thalamus to the amygdala
B.Neocortex to the amygdala
C.Amygdala to the cortex
D.Hippocampus to the amygdala
Reversal learning is:
A.The ability to change behavior when contingencies change
C.The degree to which a reward or punishment is associated with a particular stimulus or action
D.Impaired after damage to the insula
The insula is:
A.Another name for the insular cortex
B.Found inside a fissure of the brain called the HYPERLINK "http.//www.neuroscientificallychallenged.com/glossary/lateral-sulcus" \t "_blank" lateral sulcus
C.Involved in our self-awareness
D.All of the above.
The nucleus accumbens is:
A.Activated when deprivation is experienced
B.A cluster of cells in the hindbrain
C.Activated when an unexpected reward is received
D.One of the brain areas where electrical stimulation is least rewarding
Psychic blindness is:
A.The mind is visualizing, but a person's eyes are not working.
B.Ability to process the sensory properties of objects but not understand the affective properties of those objects.
C.Ability to understand the affective properties of those objects, but not process the sensory properties of objects.
D.Inability to understand the mental states of other people.
The cerebral cortex is crucial for the emotional function:
A.Deciding whether a particular behavior is likely to lead to a positive or negative outcome
B.Inferring the feelings of others based on facial expression
C.Using the correct tone of voice to convey to others how we are feeling
D.All of the above
Interoception is the ability to:
A.Resolve conflict between competing or distracting information
B.Perceive the internal state of the body
C.Regulate autonomic function
D.Integrate emotion with decision-making