Sensation, Attention & Perception-Depth Perception (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 18 - 21 of 62

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Question number: 18

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As we get older, our senses actually “fuse” together, and we lose the ability to focus on isolated pieces of sensory information. For example, an adult would perceive a big, barking dog as a single entity; a six-year-old would treat the big dog and the frightening barks as two independent sensory events.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Continuous and unbroken

b.

Better structured

c.

Better localized

d.

Broken and discontinuous

e.

More salient in attention

Question number: 19

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The purported ability to perceive events at a distance or through physical barriers is termed

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a.

clairvoyance.

b.

parapsychology

c.

telepathy.

d.

psychokinesis.

e.

precognition.

Question number: 20

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The most convincing evidence that depth perception is native to humans (and possibly other species) is its

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integration with motor skills.

b.

late emergence as attention skill.

c.

early emergence as a perceptual skill.

d.

reliance on monocular and binocular cues.

e.

importance in adaptive activity.

Question number: 21

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The ability to identify the direction from which a sound originates is strongly dependent on having two ears separated in space by several inches. The ability to perceive visual depth is related to a similar property known as

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retinal disparity.

b.

inverted vision.

c.

accommodation.

d.

aerial perspective.

e.

convergence.

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