1. A complex pattern of organized, unlearned behavior that is
species-specific is called...
2. In a famous series of experiments conducted by Harry Harlow,
infant monkeys were separated from their mothers at birth. The
infants were then given two surrogate mothers (a terry-cloth
"mother" and a wire "mother"), each of which alternately had a
nursing bottle that provided food to the infants. The experimental
results showed that in frightening situations the infant
more likely to become aggressive toward the wire mother than
toward the terry-cloth mother
to seek out either of the mothers because of their lack of
experience in seeking contact comfort
the wire mother, even when the terry-cloth mother had the nursing
the terry-cloth mother, even when the wire mother had the nursing
run and cling to whichever mother had the nursing bottle
3. Theories of motivation that assert the existence of
biological motives to maintain the body in a steady state are
4. Carla tutors other students because she likes to be helpful,
whereas Jane tutors classmates strictly for pay. Their behaviors
demonstrate the difference between...
and secondary drives
and derived drives
and aversive motivation
and extrinsic motivation
and negative reinforcement
5. The view that human emotions are universal has been
supported by studies of...
6. Which of the following are the stages in Hans Selye's
general adaptation syndrome.
stress response, coping