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Chapter 6:  Behavior, Arousal, and Affective Valence

6.1. Which of the following is not a category of arousal?

a. psychological arousal

b. physiological arousal

c. brain arousal

d. performance arousal

Answer:  d

6.2. What does being aroused imply?

a. A person is ready for sexual intercourse.

b. A person is energized or activated to accomplish a task.

c. A person has awakened from a nap.

d. A person is performing efficiently.

active verb

Answer:  b

6.3. In measuring arousal, PET scan or fMRI is to paper-and-pencil scales as

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