NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 612 - 616 of 5827

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Question number: 612

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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A psychologist using the method of naturalistic observation would

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a.

observe behavior as it happens inside the laboratory or clinic.

b.

observe behavior as it happens outside the laboratory or clinic.

c.

rely on observations of subjects’ responses to questionnaires.

d.

make records of the behavior of clients treated in therapy.

e.

carefully design controlled situations in which to observe behavior.

Question number: 613

» Memory » Models of Memory

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When new acquisitions improve retention of the old, we speak of:

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Reproductive facilitation

b.

Negative transfer

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Positive transfer

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Reproductive transference

e.

Reproductive interference

Question number: 614

» Therapeutic Approaches » Humanistic Therapy

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Client-centered therapy is most consistent with the:

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Cognitive approach

b.

Psychodynamic approach

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Behavioral approach

d.

Humanistic approach

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Question number: 615

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Sensation

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The absolute threshold is the level at which someone can detect a stimulus ________ percent of the time.

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25

b.

50

c.

75

d.

100

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15

Question number: 616

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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The underlying mechanism for perceptual expectancies is

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bottom-up processing.

b.

top-down processing.

c.

a misleading perception that distorts or misjudges a stimulus.

d.

selective processing.

e.

the organization of perception by beginning with low-level features.

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