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These questions are examined:

1. What are the differences between physiological and psychological needs? Provide examples of each in your response.

2. What is the relationship between arousal and behavior? Does this relationship impact performance and affect?

3. What are the long-term and short-term effects of stress on the body, brain, and behavior?

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1. What are the differences between physiological and psychological needs? Provide examples of each in your response.

Physiological needs are physical (i.e. home, car). Psychological needs are mental or in our mind and may or may not be impervious to our senses (love, "feelings", intellectual stimulation). The difference between physiological needs and psychological needs is that physiological is visible or something you can see, per se; and psychological is an invisible need. However, both needs can be thought of as "psychological" in a way because everything is usually perceived through our brain?even physiological needs?we can think we need/want something (both visible and invisible) even if the perception is, in fact, false. Some examples of perceived needs are hunger (for food and other addictions), love from a particular source, or a specific house or car.

2. What is the relationship between arousal and behavior? Does this relationship impact performance and affect?

Arousal usually ...

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This job highlights various stress factors.

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