Quiz: Motivation and Emotion
This information gathered for this quiz comes from Psychology 101, Chapter 7: Motivation and Emotion.
Directions: Respond to the following items with either true or false. When you have responded to all items, click the Score button at the bottom of the page.
drive reduction theory was developed by Clark Hull.
theory argues that we need a specific amount of arousal in order to feel
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs argues for five levels
of needs beginning with physiological needs and ending with our need for
was a psychoanalytic theorist.
to the Cannon-Bard theory of emotion, we experience an even and then
experience both physiological arousal and emotion at the same time.
to the Lazarus theory of emotion, a thought will always precede an
identifying a reason for physiological changes, we can not experience
emotions according to the Schachter-Singer theory..
facial feedback theory of emotion argues that we experience emotions
through our interpretation of other people facial expressions.
believed that there are only two drives that motivate us in all of our
behaviors. These drives are called Eros and Thanatos..
argue that we are motivated by internally bred needs called instincts and
that these instincts are present at birth.