Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 30

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Test NameLecturer Psychology 
SubjectPsychology Test 30
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 30

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Psychological tests cover a wide range, including Rorschach (inkblot) tests, intelligence tests, personality profiles, and animal mazes. The one characteristics typical of all psychological tests is that they:

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Which development contributed most to the cognitive revolution in psychology in the second half of the twentieth century?

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Noam Chomsky argued that language must be understood not in terms of stimulus-response chains but in terms of mental rules that are in part wired into the brain as a result of evolution. His position is, most explicitly, an attack on:

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Social psychology is the study of:

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The various groups that participate in an experiment will necessarily differ with respect to their:

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A psychologist is testing the effectiveness of a weight loss program. One group receive a diet and a specific counseling program. Another group receives the same diet and speaks to the counselors regularly but does not receive the specific counseling program. Subjects are weighed weekly for 6 months. What is the independent variable?

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Jean Piaget, contributed greatly to cognitive psychology through his accounts of:

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Researcher Rukhsana classified families according to the parents' discipline style and measured behavioural characteristics of the children. She then looked for a relationship between the children's behaviour and their parents disciplinary style. This type of research design is

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What is the dominant approach in psychology today?

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A psychologist systematically observes and records the behaviour of children on their first trip to a dentist's office. This psychologist is performing:

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What is the most direct way to test a hypothesis about a cause-effect relationship?

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In.............., the researcher systematically varies..............

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Freud's most important contribution was:

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A psychologist interested in the effect of music on concentration gives three similar groups of subjects a task requiring concentration and has each group listen to a different type of music during the task. The psychologist is conducting:

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Information-processing theorists belong to which of the following groups?

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A laboratory study is best characterized- as a study in which:

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John B. Watson is typically called an S-R psychologist. How does this label not fit B. F. Skinner?

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One of the major goals of humanistic therapy is to aid the individual in developing:

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A study in which the researcher does not manipulate any variable but measures two variables to find relationships between them is:

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The most distinctive aspect of Freud's theory of psychoanalysis is the belief that the conscious mind is influenced by:

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A cognitive psychologist might argue that the structure of basic cognitive processes (such as memory) is similar in all humans, so it is not necessary to compare people from different cultures in order to understand how the mind works. A cultural psychologist might criticize this assertion by pointing out that:

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Which of the following assumptions about human nature is not central to the humanistic psychology of Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow?

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A researcher has two groups of subjects, one that has been taught a problem-solving technique and one that has not. Both groups are given a set of ten problems to solve in twenty minutes. What is the dependent variable:

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The term "cognition" means:

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Which of the following is not an example of naturalistic observation:

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