Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 28

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Test NameLecturer Psychology 
SubjectPsychology Test 28
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 28

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Which philosophical movement claimed that the human mind consists of elementary ideas that originate from sensory experience?

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Psychologists study animals because:

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A researcher would be most likely to discover a positive correlation between:

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Which of the following schools of thought considered psychology as a search for the mind's elementary parts and the Jaws by which they are combined?

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If psychology can be defined as the science of behaviour and the mind, why are the data in psychology always drawn from behaviour?

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In an experimental study of the effects of anxiety on self-esteem, anxiety would be the ............... variable:

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According to the theory of dualism, behaviour is controlled by:

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Experimental groups, treatment groups, and control groups represent ways to .................outcome variables.

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Research participants are randomly assigned to different conditions in an experiment in order to:

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Psychology arose in the nineteenth century from development in a number of area, primarily:

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In the context of Titchener's search for the most elementary sensory experiences, introspection is a research method involving a detailed verbal report on:

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Prediction is to-as explanation is to:

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Cause is to effect as................. is to.................

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A researcher who administers a personality test to the same children every 3 years as they progress through school is conducting a-study.

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In order to study the effect of loud noise on worker's productivity, researcher had one group of research participant’s work in a noisy room and a second group in a quiet room. Those who worked in the quiet room were exposed to the ................ condition:

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In an experiment, the independent variable is the one that the researcher:

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An awareness of extensive cultural differences in attitudes and values is most helpful for avoiding:

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The most foolproof way of testing the true effectiveness of a newly introduced method of psychological therapy is by means of:

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Which of the following statements about psychology best justifies its status as a science?

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An experimental psychology lab was first established in 1879 by:

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Which of the following best characterizes cognitive psychology^ approach to the mind?

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A cross-sectional study is one in which:

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Who was the first of the following individuals to emphasize that psychology should be restricted to the scientific study of observable behaviour?

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What was the significance of evidence published by nineteenth-century scientist Paul Broca that loss of the ability to speak is linked to damage in a specific area of the brain?

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A psychologist wants to determine whether the lighting level in a room affects the performance of students on tests. He has one group of students take a test in a brightly lit room, and a comparable group take the same test in dimly lit room. In this experiment, what are the variable?

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