NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II): Questions 22 - 24 of 6630

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Question 22

Question

MCQ▾

The Strange Situation is used in order to study

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Hawthorne effect

b.

Barnum effect

c.

infant attachment

d.

Diffusion of responsibility

Question 23

Question

MCQ▾

A researcher wants to consider the effects of preparation on standardized test scores. She plans to compare the GRE scores of students who did and did not take a preparation course for the GRE. She also plans to compare the GRE scores of students who took preparation courses though Company X, Company Y, and Company Z.

The researchers found that students who took a preparation course with Companies X and Y scored higher on the GRE than students who did not prepare. But students who took a preparation course with Company Z scored no higher on average than students who did not take a preparation course. These results are an example of

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

an interaction effect

b.

a zero correlation

c.

a flat effect

d.

a negative correlation

Question 24

Question

MCQ▾

Mary and Eia are identical twins, but they were separated at birth and raised in different countries. When they meet as adults, they talk about all the ways in which they are the same, but also the ways in which they are different. Compared to identical twins that have been raised together, Mary and Eia probably

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

have more characteristics in common than most twins because they didn՚t have to prove to anyone that they are different.

b.

have different percent of similarities as non-identical siblings

c.

have the same percentage of similarities as non-identical siblings.

d.

have fewer characteristics in common than most twins because their environments were different while they were growing up.

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