NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 2529 - 2533 of 5827

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Question number: 2529

» Statistics & Research Methods » Inferential Statistics

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A ________ shows that increase in one measure are matched by increase in the other.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Positive correlation

b.

Negative correlation

c.

Positive correlation and Negative correlation both

d.

All of the above

Question number: 2530

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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Which of the following is most closely associated with language production?

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Broca’s area

b.

Wernicke’s area

c.

aphasia

d.

agnosia

Question number: 2531

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The reticular formation (RF) is associated with

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a.

attention and wakefulness.

b.

pleasure and punishment.

c.

hunger and thirst.

d.

sex, rage, and emotion.

Question number: 2532

» Learning » Reinforcement

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The first grade teacher gives students stickers when they perform well. If they earn five stickers in one day they are exempt from homework. The stickers in this example could also be called

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a.

primary reinforcers.

b.

prepotent responses.

c.

generalized reinforcers.

d.

tokens.

Question number: 2533

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Subliminal Perception

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Subliminal perception

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Choice (4) Response

a.

has been used by advertising companies and politicians in an attempt to increase sales or change opinions.

b.

has strong emotional effects on a person.

c.

has been shown to make people by popcorn when used in movie theaters.

d.

involves the presentation of stimuli rapidly but strong enough to be consciously recognized.

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