This AP Psychology practice test covers motivation and emotion. You will need to know the biological bases and theories of motivation and emotion. Other key topics include hunger, pain, thirst, sex, social motives, and stress. Our AP Psychology motivation quiz questions are designed to help with your exam prep.
Cognitive labels; physical arousal
Emotion-arousal; overt behavior
Facial expressions; cognitive labels
Emotion-arousing events; physical arousal
Attributions; psychological responses
Music and dance.
Tone of voice.
Abnormally low set point
Constriction of pupils to increase visual acuity.
Decreases in blood sugar levels.
Decreases in respiration rate.
Increases in salivation.
Slowing of digestion.
an external eater.
suffering from reverse anorexia nervosa.
suffering from anorexia nervosa.
suffering from bulimia nervosa.
Avoid novel foods
Be unable to break down carbohydrates into glucose
Eat excessively and develop obesity
Gradually starve to death
Suffer from low blood sugar levels
Chelsea was extremely thirsty and drank two bottles of water after running two miles.
Despite low grades, Fred continues to study because he is interested in the material.
Kim has not eaten all day; therefore, he daydreams about pizza.
Michael says that he is constantly hungry and eats at least four meals a day to reduce his hunger.
Sabrina studies hard because her parents reward her by paying $20 for each superior grade she brings home.