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GENERAL DIRECTIONS. Wrong spelling is wrong. Avoid erasures or superimpositions.

I.MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. The searchlight of consciousness.
a. awareness
b. focus
c. attention
2. A device used to record the brains electrical activity.
a. electroencephalogram
b. electroencephalograph
c. magnetic resonance
3. It is also known as paradoxical sleep.
a. REM
c. Insomnia
4. What stage is said to be the deepest level of sleep.
a. 4
b. 1
c. 2
5. What stage where sleep spindles first appear ?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
6. A daytime sleep disorder characterized by loss of muscle control and the person quickly
collapses into sleep.
a. sleep apnea
b. insomnia
c. narcolepsy
7. Inability to sleep or stay asleep.
a. insomnia
b. hypersomnia
c. sleep apnea
8. An internal condition initiated by drives, needs or desires producing a goal-directed
a. motivation
b. consciousness
c. needs
9. A theory of motivation which emphasizes that a persons expectation of success and
need for achievement as the energizing factors.
a. drive theory
b. cognitive theory c. expectancy theory
10. It is caused by the low blood sugar level that is accompanied by food deprivation.
a. thirst
b. sex
c. hunger
11. A theory of motivation that emphasizes the role of human qualities such as dignity,
individual choice and self-concept.
a. cognitive theory
b. humanistic theory c. drive theory
12. The start-eating center of the brain.
a. lateral hypothalamus
b. ventromedial hypothalamus
c. thalamus
13. An eating disorder characterize by eating massive quantity of food then eliminating the
food by self-induced vomiting or strong laxatives.
a. bulimia
b. anorexia nervosa c. obesity
14. Self -starvation and dramatic weight loss.
a. anorexia nervosa
b. obesity
c. bulimia
15. The stage of light sleep.
a. 1
b. 2
16. Nightmares occur during ____.
a. REM
c. both a. and b.
17. Night terror or nocturnal experience of most pre-school age children occurs during
a. REM
c. Stage 4
18. A condition in which breathing stops periodically during sleep.
a. sleep apnea
b. hypersomnia
c. insomnia
19. A subjective feeling or response generally accompanied by a physiological change and
usually associated with a change in behavior.
a. emotion
b. motivation
c. consciousness

20. A theory of emotion which states that people do not experience an emotion until after
their bodies become aroused and respond with physiological change.
a. James-Lange theory
b. Cannon-Bard theory
c. Schachter-Singer theory
II. IDENTIFICATION. Identify what is being asked.
A. Identify whether the following emotions below are INTENSE or MILD.
1. Worry
2. Sadness
3. Jealousy
4. Disappointment
5. Fear
B. Identify whether the following emotions below are POSITIVE or NEGATIVE.
1. Love
2. Hatred
3. Envy
4. Happiness
5. Fear
III. MATCHING TYPE. Match column A with B. Write the letter of the correct


1. Monologue interior

a. hallucination

2. False perceptual experience

b. conscious level

3. Susceptibility from suggestions

c. frustration

4. Mental activity that is directed,

d. active state

controlled or manipulated
5. Awareness of moment-to-moment activity

e. unconscious level

6. Unacceptable feelings and thoughts

f. daydreaming

7. Thoughts stored in sensations and memories

h. hypersomnia

8. Cycle of waking and sleeping

i. hypnotism

9. Sleep disorder characterized by over-sleeping

j. circadian rhythm

10. Unpleasant feeling that results from the

k. preconscious level

blocking of motive or satisfaction

l. passive state
m. depersonalization

IV. ILLUSTRATION. Illustrate the Abraham Maslows Hierarchy of Needs.

10 points.