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Which one of the following drugs stimulates the Central Nervous System?
  • a)
    Epinephrine
  • b)
    Norepinephrine
  • c)
    Amphetamine
  • d)
    Acetylcholine
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

AMAN SRIVASTAVA answered  •  6 hours ago
► Amphetamine is a capable stimulator of the central nervous system. It is used to make some medical conditions, but it is also deeply obsessive, with a history of injustice.
► Amphetamine sulphate, or speed, is also for competitive and non-medical purposes. It can advantage to euphoria, and it contains the appetite, which can get to weight loss. Used outside the medical context, stimulants can have severe adverse effects.

Which of the following study of the influence of genes on behaviour?
  • a)
    Behavioral Science
  • b)
    Behaviour Genetics
  • c)
    Sociology
  • d)
    Anthropology
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

YOGESH TOMAR answered  •  6 hours ago
► Another word for Behaviour genetics is psychogenetics, the study of the effect of an organism's genetic configuration on its behaviour and the communication of heredity and environment since they affect behaviour.
► The contact in behaviour and genetics, or heredity, dates to the work of English scientist Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911), who compose the phrase “nature and nurture.”

Which of the following refers to any covert or overt action/reaction or response of an organism that can be observed or measured in some ways?
  • a)
    Behaviour
  • b)
    Psychology
  • c)
    Learning
  • d)
    None of these
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

ANIMESH SRIVASTAVA answered  •  6 hours ago
Behavior is an activity that is observable and measurable. Behavior is noticeable. It is what we see or hear, such as a student sitting down, facing up, speaking, whispering, screaming, or writing. It refers to one's actions sooner or toward others, especially on a distinct occasion.
For example:
► Active: always working with something.
► Ambitious: strongly needs to succeed.

Which of the following helps in assisting and guiding clients, especially by a trained person to firm especially personal, social, or psychological issues and complications?
  • a)
    Counselling
  • b)
    Functionalism
  • c)
    Both A and B
  • d)
    All of these
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

MANAV KUMAR answered  •  6 hours ago
The phenomenon of ancillary and accompanying clients, exclusively by a trained person on a professional basis, to resolve exclusively personal, social, or psychological issues and difficulties.
There is a big change in a specialist counsellor and a person who needed some counselling skills as part of their role, for example as a friend or colleague. A specialist counsellor is a highly trained individual who is capable to handle a different length of counselling approaches with their clients.

Which of the following is the tendency to only see solutions that have worked in the past?
  • a)
    Mental set
  • b)
    Physical set
  • c)
    Emotional set
  • d)
    None of these
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

ANKIT KUMAR answered  •  6 hours ago
► A mental set is a habit to only see explanation that have created in the past. This type of fixed thinking can make it ambitious to arise with solutions and can impede the problem - solving process. 
► For example, imagine that you are demanding to solve a math problem in your algebra class, if the last time your computer froze you proceed it and it worked, that may be the only solution you can think of the later time it freezes.

Which of the following process is it by which control of autonomic functioning can be learned if the individual is provided with information about how the baby is working?
  • a)
    Biofeedback
  • b)
    Memory Span
  • c)
    All-or-None Principle
  • d)
    Homeostasis
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

AMAN MITTAL answered  •  6 hours ago
► Biofeedback is an elaborated action in which an external device achieves information to an individual about his or her physiological feedback and that allows the individual to then regulate these responses and receive feedback on advances in the physiological responses.
► The physiological feedback can be any responses that will be measured by an extraneous device. The most common responses consistent are muscle tension, heart rate, skin temperature, and galvanic skin response.

Which of the following statement best expresses the differences between psychologist and a psychiatrist?
Statement I: A psychologist possesses the knowledge of psychology and holds recognized degree in the field. Whereas a Psychiatrist are qualified medical practitioners who are concerned with psychological well-being of individuals.
Statement II: Both psychiatrists and psychologists understand how the brain works, our emotions, feelings, and thoughts.
Statement III: Psychiatrists are known as medical doctors, whereas psychologists are not.
  • a)
    I and II
  • b)
    II and III
  • c)
    I and III
  • d)
    All of these
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

ASHISH YADAV answered  •  6 hours ago
There are many differences between a psychologist and a psychiatrist which are as such:
► Psychiatrists are medical doctors, psychologists are not.
► Psychiatrists prescribe medication, psychologists cannot.
► Psychiatrists diagnose illness, manage treatment, and provide a range of therapies for complex and serious mental illness. Psychologists focus on providing psychotherapy (talk therapy) to help patients.
► A psychologist is someone who possesses the knowledge of psychology and holds recognized degree in the field; they work in diverse areas, like teaching, counselling, community etc. Psychiatrists are qualified medical practitioners who are concerned with psychological well-being of individuals.

Which of the following is the application of Psychology for improving life for members of the community?
  • a)
    Social Psychology
  • b)
    Community Psychology
  • c)
    Organizational Psychology
  • d)
    Comparative Psychology
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

RAHUL BADSRA answered  •  6 hours ago
► Community psychology goes above an individual focus and accommodates social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and international affects to promote positive change, health, and acceptance at individual and systemic levels.
► Depending on one’s training, experiences, and preferences, society psychologists can work as educators, professors, program directors, consultants, policy developers, authorities, and analysts in community organizations, universities, or government department to benefit mental health and community well-being.

Which of the following types of style is adopted by adults when talking to a baby?
  • a)
    Stuttering
  • b)
    Stammering
  • c)
    Baby Talk
  • d)
    Babbling
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

SINGH PRIYADARSHAN answered  •  6 hours ago
► Baby talk is a type of speech linked with an older individual speaking to a child. It is also known as a caretaker speech, infant-directed speech (IDS), child-directed speech (CDS), child-directed language (CDL), babysitter register, parentheses, or mothering.
► CDS is a fair and reduced strategy for contacting to younger children, used by adults and by older children. The glossary is defined, speech is slowed with a greater number of pauses, and the decisions are short and grammatically cleared, often replicated.

Which of the following are the approaches to psychological study?
  • a)
    Structuralism
  • b)
    Functionalism
  • c)
    Gestalt psychology
  • d)
    All of these
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

DEEPAK SINGH answered  •  6 hours ago
There are various approaches to psychological study which are as such:
► The basic approach to study psychology was established on contemplation or structuralism in which the individuals were asked to define their experiences.
► It was pursued by functionalism that considered the employed of the mind and the brunt of behaviour consequent to people’s communications with their environment.
► Gestalt psychology appeared as a feedback to structuralism in the early 20th century and focused on the organization of the perceptual experiences.
► Another opinion was the evolution of behaviorism that studied behaviour or responses in a perceptible and objective form.
► This was pursued by the psychoanalysis of Sigmund Freud that considered human behaviour as a dynamic manifestation of unconscious desires, conflicts, and their gratification.
► In contradict, the permissive perspective emphasized the free will of human beings and their natural conation to grow and spread their inner potential.
► Further, Cognitive context was a combination of the gestalt access and structuralism and concentrate on how an individual perceived the world.
► Later, Constructivism viewed human beings as actively constructing their resent through the exploration of physical and the social world.
► It was pursued by Vygotsky’s view that the human mind evolved through social and cultural processes in which the mind is anticipated as culturally constructed by joint interaction between children and adults.

Where is mesopotamia?

Rohitash Gurjar answered  •  17 hours ago
Mesopotamia is situated between two rivers Euphrates and tigris .Mesopotamia is now located in republic iraq

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