Important Questions & Answers on Advanced Psychological Processes

advanced psychological processesAdvanced Psychological Processes:

  1. The ability to identify previously encountered material is ______________________
    a. Explicit memory b. Recall
    c. Recognition d. Relearning
  2. The ability to retrieve and reproduce from memory previously encountered material is ______________
    a. Explicit memory b. Recall
    c. Recognition d. Relearning
  3. Memories of personally experienced events and the contexts in which they occurred is ______________
    a. Declarative memories b. Semantic memories
    c. Episodic memories d. Procedural memories
  4. Memories of general knowledge, including facts, rules, concepts, and propositions are referred as
    a. Procedural memories b. Declarative memories
    c. Semantic memories d. Episodic memories
  5. Forgetting that occurs when previously stored material interferes with the ability to remember similar,
    more recently learned material is_________________
    a. Retroactive interference b. Proactive interference
    c. Replacement d. Amnesia
  6. Any disorder in which the comprehension or the expression of language is impaired is _____________
    a. Apraxia b. Astropine
    c. Aphagia d. Aphasia
  7. _____________________ is condition in which there is no inclination to eat, even under conditions of
    severe food deprivation.
    a. Apraxia b. Astropine
    c. Aphasia d. Aphagia
  8. _________________ is a faint copy of the visual input which persists in the visual sensory register for a
    few seconds, before it gradually decays.
    a. Iconic image b. Short-term memory
    c. Long-term memory d. Episodic
  9. Mental pictures of objects or events are known as ________________
    a. Visual images b. Logical concepts
    c. Natural concepts d. Mental models
  10. Need hierarchy theory was introduced by _______________
    a. Alder b. Maslow c. Mc Clelland d. Jones and Davis
  11. Standard Progressive Matrices was developed by ___________________
    a. Binet b. Weschler c. J.C.Raven d. Simon
  12. ‘Archetypes’ is the concept of__________________
    a. Freud b. Adler c. Horney d. Jung
  13.  The variable which the experimenter manipulates is called __________________
    a. Independent variable b. Dependent variable
    c. Continuous variable d. Intervening variable
  14. Two-factor theory of intelligence was proposed by __________________
    a. Thurstone b. Spearman c. Guilford d. Sternberg
  15.  ________________ is the tendency to perceive a stationary point of light in a dark room as moving.
    a. Stroboscopic motion b. Phi-phenomenon
    c. Autokinetic effect d. Illusion
  16.  ___________________ is the father of intelligence testing.
    a. Alfred Binet b. Spearman c. Cattell d. Sternberg
  17.  __________________ theory advocates that emotions spring from physiological reactions.
    a. Cannon-Bard b. James-Lange c. McDougall d. Schachter and Singer
  18. Which one of the pairs is not correct?
    a. Structure of intellect model- Guilford b. PASS theory- J.P.Das
    c. Triarchic theory- Goleman d. Multiple intelligence- Gardner
  19. According to Erickson, the crisis in adulthood is ___________________
    a. Initiative Vs. guilt b. Industry Vs. Inferiority
    c. Intimacy Vs. Isolation d. Identity Vs. Role Confusion
  20. A reluctant child forced to bring sugar from a shop, spills half on the way. This is an example of
    a. Hysteria b. Passive aggression c. disobedience d. Active aggression
    21. Which one of the p