Introduction to Psychology-Concept and Meaning of Psychology [NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)]: Questions 6 - 10 of 55

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Question 6

Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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Analytic introspection, a procedure aimed at analyzing complex mental experiences, was used by psychologists adhering to which school of psychology?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

structuralism

b.

psychoanalysis

c.

behaviorism

d.

Gestalt psychology

Question 7

Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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The ________ perspective of psychology studies how individuals respond to the basic philosophical issues of life, such as death, meaning, freedom, and isolation.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

phenomenological

b.

humanistic

c.

psychoanalytic

d.

existential

Question 8

Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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A verifiable scientific finding is one that can be:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Proven impossible to test

b.

Cannot be replicated with same result

c.

Replicated with the same result

d.

Observed in real life

Question 9

Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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How is natural selection related to psychology?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Natural selection is related to evolution and not psychology.

b.

It is unrelated to psychology.

c.

Humans and animals are related.

d.

Humans behave and think the way they do in part because it helped them survive.

Question 10

Concept and Meaning of Psychology

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The early school of psychology that emphasized the importance of unconscious causes of behavior is known as:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

psychoanalysis

b.

behaviorism

c.

functionalism

d.

nativism

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