CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III): Questions 3977 - 3980 of 4447
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Question number: 3977
Appeared in Year: 2014
In a signal detection task, the liberal observer shall have:
I. Bias to make more yes responses.
II. Lesser expectations that signal is present.
III. High hit rate and low false alarm rate.
IV. High hit rate as well high false alarm rate.
V. Equally likely to make yes or no responses.
VI. Greater expectations that signal is present.
IV, V, VI
II, III, V
I, IV, VI
I, II, V
Question number: 3978
Question number: 3979
Question number: 3980
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin is a ground-breaking book for many reasons. Its historical significance for psychological testing and assessment is that it
challenged the biblical account of creation in Genesis.
argued that chance variations in the gene pool affected behavior.
conferred scientific respectability on the study of sex and aggression.
served as a stimulus for interest in individual differences.