Lecturer Psychology Solved Past Papers MCQs Test No. 33

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 33
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 33

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The brain structure that plays a critical role in "motivated" behaviours such as eating and sexual activity is the:

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In a double-blind experiment:

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An experimenter accepts the null hypothesis when it is false. Which of the following is true?

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Galton's major contribution to psychology was his:

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Which of the following is an endocrine gland controlling growth and stimulating other endocrine glands?

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The objectivity of science lies in:

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Follicle-stimulating hormone is secreted by the:

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Which of the following is not one of the characteristics attributed to consciousness by William James

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The research method responsible for most of our knowledge in the field of psychology is:

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One would expect an action potential to travel most quickly in:

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A significant contribution of the ...............approach was the emphasis placed on measurable observations

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Removal of the hippocampus is most likely to lead to:

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Ali has volunteered to participate in an experiment evaluating the effectiveness of aspirin. Neither he nor the experimenters know whether or not the pills he takes during the experiment contain aspirin or are merely placebos. The investigators are apparently making use of

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Five hundred undergraduates were asked to report their favorite television show from a list of 100 different shows. What kind of scale can best organize the data?

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A/an................... is an educated prediction about the answer to our research question.

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A patient walks with a jerky, uncoordinated motion. A good preliminary diagnosis would be damage to the:

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In which type of research would an investigator manipulate one factor in order to observe its effect on some behaviour?

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The procedure of outlining an experimental problem, stating criteria for making observations, describing measuring instruments and their use in observation, and defining procedures to be used in data analysis is:

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Introspection is:

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The divisions of the peripheral nervous system are the:

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Damage to the left visual vortex will:

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A researcher conducts a study in which he measures the visual development of kittens by their ability to negotiate a visual maze. Some of the kittens have been raised in normal light and some have been light deprived. In this experiment, the various light conditions would be the

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For no apparent reason, Zia has recently begun to feel so tense and anxious that he frequently stays home from work. It would be most beneficial for Zia to contact a a/an ...............psychologist.

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The dominant hemisphere of the brain:

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One advantage of using animals for research is that:

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