PPSC Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 44

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Psychology 
Subject Psychology Test 44
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 44

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The most complex of the nervous systems and the one most in control of our behaviour and mental processes is called:

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Endorphins are neurotransmitters which affect:

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Smooth muscle movements such as swinging a baseball bat are controlled by the:

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The neurotransmitter which influences normal memory function is/are:

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Which of the following is monitored by the hypothalamus?

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Which neurons carry impulses from the brain or spinal cord to the muscles and glands:

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The skeletal muscles and sense organs are served primarily by the:

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Aliza is watching a horror movie and has become frightened. Her heart is pounding and she is breathing rapidly. Although she may not be aware of it, her body is producing extra adrenaline. All these changes are in response to the:

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For most right handed individuals a stroke would be most damaging if it occurs in the:

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The sex of a baby, male or female, is determined by:

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When a child acquires the ability to represent the world internally through the use of symbols, he enters which of Piaget's stages of cognitive development?

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Choose the word that does not belong in the set:

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Which of the following developmental psychologists was noted for covering psychosocial development across an entire lifespan?

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The two major division of the autonomic nervous system are:

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The fibers connecting the two hemispheres form the:

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The work of Paul Broca led him to conclude that:

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After a neutral impulse, a neuron is ready to fire again after about:

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The system primarily related to behaviour in the areas of motivation and emotion is the:

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Assume that if a person has a particular genetic disease, there's a 50 percent chance that his sibling will also have the disease. If an afflicted person has a fraternal twin, what is the chance that the fraternal twin has the disease?

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Which of the following represents a correct sequence:

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Reflexes like eye blinks are controlled by the:

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The minimum stimulation required to get a neuron to fire is called the:

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What three styles of parenting did Baumrind identify:

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The method of studying development using groups of people that vary in age and are measured at the same time is called:

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Neurotransmitters are stored in the:

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