1. The foundation of chronometric analysis is the idea that:
2. True languages are . . . . . . . . because they can be used to generate new possibilities.
3. . . . . . . . . thinking is aimed at solving problems and creating something new.
4. "A motor cycle must have two wheels and an engine and handle bars" is an example of . . . . . . . .
5. Choose the typical stages of creative thinking in their correct order.
6. Which of the following mental activities is involved in thinking?
7. . . . . . . . . is a special type of deductive thinking which involves drawing conclusions from certain known facts.
8. Prosodic cues in speech:
9. Going from general principles to specific situations is . . . . . . . .
10. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer:
List-I (Psychological state)
List-II (Mental process involved)
1. Stimulus awareness
2. Stimulus generalization
C. Concept Formation
3. Symbolic manipulation of past stimulation
4. Stimulus misrepresentation
|List-I (Psychological state)||List-II (Mental process involved)|
|A. Perception||1. Stimulus awareness|
|B. Thinking||2. Stimulus generalization|
|C. Concept Formation||3. Symbolic manipulation of past stimulation|
|D. Illusion||4. Stimulus misrepresentation|