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If we are walking in the woods and jump because we think we see a snake (that ends up being a stick), that fear reaction without conscious fear originates in the _____. A. amygdala B. hypothalamus C. cortex D. limbic system E. botha and d
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Complex emotions like jealousy, embarrassment, or love are BEST explained by _____.
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Complex emotions like jealousy, embarrassment, or love are BEST explained by _____. A. the facial feedback hypothesis B. the James-Lange theory C. the Cannon-Bard theory D. Schachter's two-factor theory
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Recent survey results suggest that _____ is related to increased depression, social isolation, loss of career, decreased job performance, and increased financial and legal problems. A. sexual spectatoring B. sadomasochism C. cybersex D. all of these options
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