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Jameson, a prisoner, has been on a hunger strike for the last two weeks to protest a recent law passed by the legislature concerning prison safety. Jameson's willingness to starve himself to make a political statement conflicts with the understanding of motivation that the prison doctor possesses. The doctor decides to consult the prison psychologist for advice about what to do with Jameson.

The psycholo​gist suggests that Jameson's behavior contradicts which of the following theories?


The Hierarchy of Needs


The Arousal Theory


The Drive-Reduction Theory


The Instinct Theory


The Two-Factor Theory

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