Sensation, Attention & Perception-Depth Perception (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 41 - 44 of 62

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Question number: 41

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Which of the following illustrates the principle of contiguity?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

a person “lip-syncing” to a record

b.

a darker balloon seen as farther away than a lighter one

c.

the “false dawn” before a sunrise

d.

the shadows cast on a cloudy day

e.

All of the above

Question number: 42

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Experiments with the visual cliff show that

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a.

human infants perceive depth by the age of six months.

b.

human and animal depth perception is entirely learned.

c.

human infants perceive depth by the age of six weeks.

d.

perceptual grouping does not begin until a baby is from six to fourteen months old.

e.

human infants are aware of shape constancy.

Question number: 43

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When infants are placed in the middle of a visual cliff, they usually

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Choice (5) Response

a.

move to the middle of apparatus.

b.

move to the deep side of the apparatus.

c.

approach their mothers when called, whether that requires moving to the shallow or deep side.

d.

remain still.

e.

move to the shallow side of the apparatus.

Question number: 44

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The text’s illustration of the police officer’s faulty “eyewitness” identification is an example of

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a.

perceptual closure operating in a real life situation.

b.

the high degree of accuracy of human psi phenomena.

c.

the low degree of accuracy of human psi phenomena.

d.

an “innocence of vision” in stressful situations.

e.

the fact that perceptions are often reconstructions of events.

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