NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 189 - 192 of 5827

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Question number: 189

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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Motion parallax

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a.

is not enough, alone, to indicate depth when most other cues fail.

b.

refers to the illusion that distant objects move slightly against a background, while closer objects move a sizable distance.

c.

is responsible for motion sickness.

d.

is dependent on monocular vision.

e.

is dependent on stereoscopic vision.

Question number: 190

» Personality » Traits of Personality

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The concept of ________ reflects Bandura’s belief that neither personal dispositions nor environmental factors can by themselves explain behavior, but instead assumes cognitive factors, environmental factors, and overt behavior affect one another.

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a.

reciprocal determinism

b.

self-monitoring

c.

behavioral aggregation

d.

self-accuracy

e.

self-efficacy

Question number: 191

» Research Aptitude » Types of Research

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The independent variable in an experiment is

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the variable that the experimenter chooses to manipulate.

b.

any unwanted variable that may adversely affect the subject’s performance.

c.

the variable that the experimenter chooses which cannot be manipulated.

d.

the subject himself.

e.

a measure of the subject’s behavior.

Question number: 192

» Personality » Humanistic Approach

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Behavioral theories of personality are often criticized for their

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limited recognition of temperament, emotion, and subjective factors.

b.

unable to explain the behavior after the fact only.

c.

ability to explain behavior after the fact only.

d.

inability to test or verify concepts.

e.

emphasis on the conditions under which behaviors occur.

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