NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 1040 - 1043 of 5827

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Question number: 1040

» Learning » Factors in Human Learning

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Wolfgang Kohler conducted a series of experiments in which he placed a chimpanzee in a cage with a banana on the ground out of the reach outside of the cage. After some time of no action, the chimpanzee suddenly grabbed the stick in the cage, poked it through the cage, and dragged the banana within reach. What kind of learning is explained by this phenomena?

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a.

Operant

b.

Latent

c.

Observational

d.

Insight

e.

Cognitive

Question number: 1041

» Mental Disorders » Schizophrenia

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Persons with ________ schizophrenia show personality deterioration, speak gibberish, dress outlandishly, perform ritualized movements, and may also engage in obscene behavior.

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undifferentiated

b.

disorganized

c.

catatonic

d.

paranoid

e.

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Question number: 1042

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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Psychological dependence on mood- or behavior-altering drugs is known as

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an orthopsychosis.

b.

manic depressive disorder.

c.

a psychotropic disorder.

d.

drug psychosis.

e.

a substance related disorder.

Question number: 1043

» Statistics & Research Methods » Application of Statistics in Psychology

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In the method of naturalistic observation, psychologists

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interview subjects at different ages.

b.

don’t observe subjects in their natural environments.

c.

set out to actively observe subjects in their natural environments.

d.

set up controlled experiments by which they uncover causal elements in behavior.

e.

haphazardly encounter behavior as it naturally occurs.

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