Biological Basis of Psychology-Brain (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 41 - 45 of 203

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Question number: 41

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Which brain section controls bodily sensations such as touch, pressure, and temperature?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Parietal lobe

b.

Occipital lobe

c.

Motor lobe

d.

Frontal lobe

e.

Temporal lobe

Question number: 42

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The most obvious difference between the human brain and the brain of a carp would be in the

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Choice (5) Response

a.

hypothalamus.

b.

thalamus.

c.

cerebral cortex.

d.

cerebrum.

e.

cerebellum.

Question number: 43

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Which of the following explains driving a car along a familiar route while listening to the radio or thinking of something else?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Parasympathetic process

b.

Sympathetic process

c.

Automatic process

d.

Controlled process

e.

Somatic process

Question number: 44

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Your brain knows that you have stubbed your toe because

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Choice (5) Response

a.

myelin sheaths transfer that information to the brain.

b.

efferent nerves transfer that information to the brain.

c.

afferent nerves transfer that information to the brain.

d.

dopamine transfers that information to the brain.

e.

glial cells transfer that information to the brain.

Question number: 45

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What is the mental state that encompasses the thoughts, feelings, and perceptions that occur when we are reasonably alert?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Waking consciousness

b.

Subconscious

c.

Preconscious

d.

Alert consciousness

e.

Altered state of consciousness

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