Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 29

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 29
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 29

1 / 25

In a study of the effects of alcohol consumption, some participants drank a nonalcoholic beverage that actually smelled and tasted like alcohol. This nonalcoholic drink was a:

2 / 25

For which school of thought was psychology decidedly not the science of the mind?

3 / 25

The major advantage of a laboratory study over a field study is that:

4 / 25

Which of the following statements best represents Freud's psychoanalytic theory?

5 / 25

A psychologist strongly influenced by Darwin's theory of evolution would probably tend to be most attracted to:

6 / 25

Wiihelm Wundt is credited as the founder of scientific psychology because:

7 / 25

Watson argued that all behaviour is composed of reflexive responses to stimuli, but Skinner later argued that behaviour is determined:

8 / 25

In an experiment, the variable hypothesize to be the cause is called .............and the variable hypothesized to be affected is called:

9 / 25

The study of the role of specific areas of the nervous system in organizing and controlling behaviour that is specifically human is called:

10 / 25

The German word "Gestalt" means:

11 / 25

Which branch of psychology is defined as an effort to understand the specific biological mechanisms that control behaviour and psychological experience?

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Which of the following would contemporary psychologists be most likely to choose as the main limitation of introspection as a data-collection technique?

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A psychologist is testing the effectiveness of a program to help people stop smoking, one group uses a nonprescription drug. A comparable group receives something that is exactly like the drug but lacks the active ingredient. Subjects are asked to record the number of cigarettes smoked daily for three months. What is the dependent variable?

14 / 25

Freud's speculations about the existence of an unconscious mind probably arose primarily as a result of his:

15 / 25

What led Sigmund Freud to the ideas that formed the foundation of psychoanalysis?

16 / 25

The double-blind procedure is most likely to be utilized in:

17 / 25

Wundt's search for elementary mental processes that combine to produce complex mental processes led to which of the following schools of thought?

18 / 25

One of Darwin's key ideas is that, because of natural selection, animals have an inborn tendency to behave in ways that:

19 / 25

The key insight that led Wundt into his specific line research in of experimental psychology, was that:

20 / 25

Teacher carefully monitors and records the behaviours of children on school playgrounds in order to track the development of their physical skills. He is most clearly engaged in:

21 / 25

Charles Darwin's concept of natural selection is most important for which of the following general perspectives in psychology?

22 / 25

When cognitive psychologists talk about understanding the mind, they are usually talking about something similar to:

23 / 25

Which of the following individual were major figures in behaviourism?

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Which of the following is true Watson's and Skinner's version of behaviourism?

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Which school of thought restricted psychology's subject matter to the observable actions of people and other animals?

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