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Question number: 2102

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The brain and the spinal cord comprise which of the following nervous systems?

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a.

autonomic nervous system

b.

central nervous system

c.

peripheral nervous system

d.

sympathetic nervous system

Question number: 2103

» Communication » Developmental Process of Communication

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In ________ people talk about themselves and engage in self disclosure. They express their own feelings, describe their own experiences and discuss their own ideas.

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a.

Exploratory level of communication

b.

Participative level of communication

c.

Confrontive level of communication

d.

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Question number: 2104

» Intelligence » Theories of Intelligence

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Vernon (1950) has proposed that elements of G-factor theory and the multifactor theories be combined to form a ________.

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a.

Multifactor theory

b.

Factor theory

c.

G-factor theory

d.

Hierarchical theory

Question number: 2105

» Communication » Types of Communication

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The communication from persons at one level in an organization to others at the same level is called ________.

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Intra Scalar communication

b.

Lateral communication

c.

Horizontal communication

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All a. , b. and c. are correct

Question number: 2106

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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If a “split-brain” subject were given a key (hidden from sight) to feel with his lefthand, he

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would be able to point to the key with his right hand.

b.

would have to wait for the information transfer to take place before describing it.

c.

would be unable to describe the object.

d.

could easily name what he had touched.

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