Sensation, Attention & Perception (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 103 - 106 of 336

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Question number: 103

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Theories of Perception

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People tend to have difficulty naming the color in which a word is printed when the word itself refers to a different color. This finding is called

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

fundamental attribution

b.

Weber’s law.

c.

sensory adaptation.

d.

the Stroop effect.

e.

the signal detection theory.

Question number: 104

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Classification of Perception

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Sensations are organized into meaningful perceptions by

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Choice (5) Response

a.

sensory adaptation.

b.

perceptual constancies.

c.

perceptual grouping (Gestalt) principles.

d.

perceptual hypothesis.

e.

localization of meaning.

Question number: 105

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Selective Perception

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The detection of physical energy emitted or reflected by physical objects: it occurs when energy in the external environment or the body stimulates receptors in the sense organs:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Sensation

b.

Perception

c.

Cognition

d.

Threshold

e.

Adaptation

Question number: 106

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Depth Perception

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Perception is a process by which

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

sensations and experiences are stored permanently in the brain.

b.

many different forms of stimulus energy are converted into electrical signals for use by the nervous system.

c.

environmental stimuli are sensed.

d.

sensations are assembled into meaningful patterns that represent external events.

e.

sensations are assembled into useless patterns to represent external events.

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