Problem Solving (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 24 - 27 of 63

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Question number: 24

» Problem Solving » Steps in Problem Solving

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The ability to compare new problems with old information or with problems already solved is known as ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Selective encoding

b.

Selective Comparison

c.

Selective Combination

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 25

» Problem Solving » Nature of Problem Solving Behavior

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We often represent things in a kind of ________ created by actions or implicit actions.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Micro movements

b.

Stored images

c.

Created images

d.

Muscular imagery

Question number: 26

» Problem Solving » Rules in Problem Solving

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A solution that correctly states the requirements for success but not in sufficient for success but not in sufficient detail for further action is called ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

General properties

b.

General solutions

c.

Functional solutions

d.

All of the above

Question number: 27

» Problem Solving » Rules in Problem Solving

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Read carefully the following statements and give an appropriate answer:

(1) In evaluating a syllogism, it is possible to draw a true conclusion with faulty logic, or a false conclusion with valid logic.

(2) Stereotyping is an example of over simplification in thinking.

(3) Exposure to creative models has been shown to enhance creativity.

(4) In brain storming, each idea is critically evaluated as it is generated.

(5) Defining a problem broadly produces a cross stimulation effect that can inhibit creative thinking.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

(1), (2) and (3) are correct, but (4) and (5) are incorrect

b.

All of the above statements are correct

c.

(1), (3) and (5) are correct, but (2) and (4) are incorrect

d.

(1), (2) and (3) are incorrect, but (4) and (5) are correct

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