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51. Which of the following is the explanation of Premack principle?

(1) A primary reinforcement is thought of being related to an organism՚s survival.

(2) A secondary reinforce acquires reinforcing value because of pairing with primary reinforce.

(3) All responses are potential reinforces

(4) More frequently occurring activity can be used to reinforce the activity that occurs less often.

52. What is the reason of negative voltage of a neuron during Resting Potential?

(1) and ions outside the membrane have more negative charge than and ions inside.

(2) and outside the membrane have less negative charge than and ions inside

(3) and outside the membrane have more negative charge than and ions inside.

(4) and ions outside the membrane have less negative charge than and ions inside.

53. Arrange the Ego Strengths in correct sequence according to Erickson՚s stages of ego development

(1) Hope◊ purpose◊ competence◊ fidelity◊ love◊ care◊ wisdom◊ will

(2) Will◊ hope◊ purpose◊ competence◊ fidelity◊ care◊ wisdom◊ love

(3) Hope◊ will◊ purpose◊ competence◊ fidelity◊ love◊ care◊ wisdom

(4) Purpose◊ hope◊ will◊ fidelity◊ competence◊ care◊ wisdom◊ love

54. Arrange in sequence the scoring categories for ‘Motive to Avoid Success’ as given below:

(I) Non-contingent negative consequences

(II) Interpersonal engagement

(III) Relief

(IV) Absence of instrumental conditioning

(V) Absence of others

Which of the given below sequence is correct?

(1) I, II, IV, III, V

(2) II, I, III, V, IV

(3) I, II, III, IV, V

(4) III, IV, V, II, I

55. The phenomenon where by-standers assume that nothing is wrong in an emergency as no one looks concerned is called

(1) Diffusion of responsibility

(2) Pluralistic ignorance

(3) Prosocial behavior

(4) By-stander effect

56. Involvement of frontal lobe in intelligence can be understood in terms of which of the following sequence

(a) Frontal lobe◊ focusing attention internally◊ working memory◊general reasoning

(b) Frontal lobe◊ focusing attention internally◊ response selection◊ general reasoning

(c) Frontal lobe◊ short term storage◊ working memory◊ general reasoning

(d) Frontal lobe◊ response selection◊ working memory◊ general reasoning

57. Choose the correct sequence of events following prolonged stress

(I) Corticotrophin releasing factor

(II) Adrino coritcotrophic hormone

(III) Cortisol

(IV) Immune suppression

Choose the correct option:

(1) I◊II◊III◊IV

(2) IV◊III◊I◊II

(3) I◊III◊IV◊II

(4) II◊III◊I◊IV

58. Arrange the following in temporal sequence

(I) Establishment of 0Psychology department in Mysore

(II) Establishment of Psychology department in Calcutta

(III) Establishment of psychology department in Madras

(IV) Establishment of psychology department in Pune

(V) First Indian Journal of Psychology

Choose the correct option:

(1) II, I, III, V, IV

(2) II, I, V, III, IV

(3) II, III, I, IV, V

(4) I, II, V, III, IV

59. According to definition theory, for the development of a concept of an OFFICE, one must:

(1) Construct an ideal office

(2) Visit various offices

(3) List all essential features of an office

(4) Transform a room into office

60. Given below are two statements- one is labeled as assertion (A) and the other is labeled as reason (R) .

Assertion: MRI provides images of brain activity rather than brain images

Reason: Results in MRI are obtained from the measurement of waves that hydrogen atoms emit when they are activated by radio-frequency waves in a magnetic field.

In the light of above two statements choose the correct option:

Options:

(1) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A) .

(2) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A) .

(3) (A) is true, but (R) is false

(4) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

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