PSYCHOLOGHY ONLINE TEST UNIT-03-(EM)-(PAID TEST BATCH)

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PSYCHOLOGHY ONLINE TEST UNIT-03-(EM)-(PAID TEST BATCH)

Welcome to your TNTET PSYCHOLOGY PAPER 2 (NEW) UNIT 3

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1. When an object is moved farther away, we tend to see it as more or less invariant in size. This is due to……………….

2. William James characterised the perception of an infant as a…………..

3. Behaviourists have……………..

4. The process by which the eyes get prepared to see very dimlight is known as……………….

5. The phenomenon of shifting from one picture to another is known as ………………………

6. The length of car number has reference to…….

7. Sensations of movement from inside our bodies are called……………….

8. The experiments which tell us about the relationship between the intensity of stimulus and the consequent changes in the intensity of sensation are included in………..

9. The theory of colour perception which seems to be the most acceptable one today is called the………….

10. Cases of yellow-blue colour blindness are………….

11. “Interest is latent attention and attention is interest in action.” This statement deals with the……………..

12. “It is not a different process; it is just attention to irrelevant stimuli that are not a part of the main assigned task.” Then what is it?

13. Simultaneous focussing on two separate activities is otherwise known as……………

14. The phenomenon of “induced movement” occurs when there is some real movement which is attributed to…………

15. The first experiment to measure span of attention (apprehension) was designed by……..

16. When tachistoscope exposures are short and there is no post exposure masking field, we can be fairly sure that the Subject is actually reading the stimulus………

17. The most important school of psychology which has contributed a lot toward perception is……………

18. A stimulus is any change in external energy that activates…………..

19. Hue, saturation and brightness are the con­ventional terms which are used to characterise the attributes of………….

20. Vision in the ordinary ranges of daylight from fairly faint twilight up to the brightest blaze of the sun is called…………..

21. Which one of the following is not a principle of Organization of Perception?

22. Alcohol is/an……………

23. The eye is sensitive to wavelengths of light that range from about……………

24. Gestalt Psychology looks upon the world as…………

25. Which principle states that because Gestalten are isomorphic to stimulus patterns, they may undergo extensive changes without losing their identities?

26. “Memory is a dynamic process in which traces undergo progressive changes according to some principles of organization that govern original perception.” This definition of memory was given by………….

27. When the sense organs are oriented towards the environment and are actively seeking information, we call it………..

28. The perception which arises from the skin, nose, ears, eyes or other organs is called…………………..

29. The gestalt concept of equilibrium is expres­sed by the law of…………….

30. The ‘Law of Closure’ reflects the idea of striving for……….

31. Which law of organization in perception has become a principle of temporal contiguity in the learning theory?

32. The Gestalt Psychologists learned their “Prin­ciples of Organization” from the study of…………….

33. Reinforcing factors in perceptual organization are analogous to the…………

34. Wavelength is obtained by dividing the speed of the light by the…….

35. For constancy to operate in the world of normal objects, the more distant features must be…………..

36. Outline or boundary of an object is called……………..

37. Prolongation or renewal of a sensory expe­rience after the stimulus has ceased to affect the sense organ is called…………

38. A familiar study on perception which has shown that the poor children overestimated the size of coins to a greater degree than wealthy children, was done by……

39. Sense Organs in the muscles, tendons and joints tell us about the position of our limbs and the state of tension in the muscles. They serve the sense called……………

40. The process of converting physical energy into nervous system activity is called…………

41. The tendency to perceive a line that starts in one way as continuing in the same way is called the principle of…………

42. The concepts of sensation and perception are different because……..

43. This Gestalt grouping principle allows for the holistic perception of objects that are blocked by other objects.

44. When you are standing in a hallway and see your friend walking toward you, the image of him will grow larger on your retina, but you do not perceive him as actually growing in size. This is because of………

45. Which of the following phenomena are dependent upon our biases and expectations based on experience with the world?

46. Clinicians will see large amounts of data (labs results, patient symptoms, etc) over the course of their practice, and their brains will subconsciously group that data along certain established principles. Awareness of this underlying mechanism will help clinicians identify potential bias and provide better care. Which of the following best explains the Gestalt principles of grouping?

47. Which of the following best exemplifies the Gestalt principles of grouping?

48. A patient is experiencing chest pain and sees several specialists. The cardiologist is worried about a heart attack and orders an echocardiogram, while the pulmonologist orders a lung capacity test. What perceptual organization principles are these doctors exhibiting?

49. Perception is …………

50. Which of the following is NOT an element of Broadbent’s theory of attention?