Sensation, Attention & Perception-Depth Perception (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 22 - 26 of 62

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Question number: 22

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The idea that many people seem unable to detect gradual but deadly trends in modern civilization is an example of

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

the “Zeigarnik Effect. ”

b.

the “von Restorff Phenomenon. ”

c.

the “Hawthorne Effect. ”

d.

the “Boiled Frog Syndrome. ”

e.

None of the above

Question number: 23

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Which of the following is TRUE of eyewitness testimony?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Eyewitness testimony is not useful.

b.

Perception rarely provides an instant replay of events.

c.

Most victims do not have an adequate “weapon focus. ”

d.

Eyewitness testimony is generally very accurate.

e.

Victims certain of their testimony are usually more accurate.

Question number: 24

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Inductive reasoning goes from the specific to the general. Which of the following is analogous to inductive reasoning?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

top-down processing

b.

illusions

c.

bottom-up processing

d.

perceptual expectancies

e.

hallucinations

Question number: 25

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Even though the retinal image of an object may change drastically, the object appears unchanged. This is the principle underlying

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Choice (5) Response

a.

perceptual closure.

b.

retinal disparity.

c.

texture gradient.

d.

ambiguous stimuli.

e.

shape constancy.

Question number: 26

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Perceptual constancies are

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Illusion in which we perceive something that does not correspond to the sensory information

b.

Confusing to an individual rather than helping him determine what really exists

c.

innate and not acquired

d.

An aid in perceiving a stable and consistent world

e.

Likely inborn and not subject to leaning

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