Sensation, Attention & Perception-Depth Perception (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 27 - 30 of 62

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Question number: 27

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The fact that infants will often crawl off tables or beds shows that

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Choice (5) Response

a.

depth perception is completely learned.

b.

depth perception is completely innate.

c.

human depth perception emerges at about 4 months of age.

d.

integration of depth perception with motor skills is established.

e.

integration of depth perception with motor skills has not yet been accomplished.

Question number: 28

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Perception is a process by which

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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.

Question number: 29

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Improved research techniques in parapsychology have resulted in

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a.

updated positive results.

b.

more positive results.

c.

less skepticism among scientists.

d.

the ability to repeat spectacular results.

e.

fewer positive results.

Question number: 30

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The depth perception cue that requires input from only one eye is known as:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

convergence

b.

binocular cues

c.

divergence

d.

monocular cues

e.

retinal disparity

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