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Title      : BPY-22 Practical Manual (Psychology)
Subject      : Psychology
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 13/64
Total Price      : Rs.      : 46
 
 
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Mapping the Color Zones Total views (237)  
The retina is a part of our eye. It is photosensitive. It contains specialized nerve cells called "cones" and "rods". Cones are responsible for perceiving daylight colours. Rods help us in night vision. Cones are thickly distributed in the foveal region of the retina and as we move away from foveal towards periphery of the retina, cones decrease in number and rods increase.
Pages: 4
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Color Blindness Total views (236)  
Most of us have normal colours vision, i.e., we are capable of perceiving various colours. This ability of colour perception helps us in adjusting to the environment effectively and efficiently. But there are some people who can see various hues, but have difficulty in distinguishing various shades of a colour. This is called "colour weakness" unfortunately there are very few individuals who are n ......
Pages: 4
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Localization of Sounds Total views (236)  
Time difference : The difference in the time at which the two ears are stimulated by sound waves is important. The difference is just 0.03 m.sec. The sound coming from the right side will reach the right ear earlier than the left ear. Phase: Sound waves have two phases. a)Crest, b) trough. The phase which strikes one ear does not strike the other. This difference in phase helps to locate the sound ......
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Repetition and Recall Total views (236)  
Both repetition and recall are methods of learning. Repetition is a method of learning, wherein the person simply repeats the material to be learnt number of times till he actually learns it. It is a passive method. In 'Recall method' the person tries to mentally recite or rehearse whatever is learnt till he actually learnt it. It is an active methods.
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Recall and Recognition Total views (237)  
Recalling is also called reproduction. The amount of learnt material reproduced correctly is known as recalling. Recalling can be in several ways. a) Methods of retained members, b) Memory span, c) Method of anticipation and d) Method of paired associates.
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Lingual Imagination (Word Building Test) Total views (239)  
Image is the revival of the past perception. So it pre supposes the perception of the object or situation in the past. The image so recalled or revival are at times equal to actual precepts in all their details and sometimes they are vague and dim. However we depend upon the images very often for adjustments to different situation of the life learning, memory, thinking, reasoning, planning solutio ......
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Simple Reaction Time Total views (237)  
The speed with which a response is made to a stimulus, is technically known as 'Reaction Time'. It is the period between the onset of a stimulus and beginning of the responses. Reaction time being one of the classical experiments of any psychological laboratory has proved as a sensitive measure of the readiness of an organism to response to change in the environment.
Pages: 6
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Choice Reaction Time Total views (237)  
The speed with which a response is made to a stimulus, is technically known as 'Reaction Time.' It is the period between the onset of a stimulus and beginning of the responses. Reaction time being one of the classical experiments of any psychological laboratory has proved as a sensitive measure of the readiness of an organism to responsed to change in the environment. The amount of such readiness ......
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Bell's Adjustment Inventory Total views (237)  
Bell's adjustment inventory consists of questions intended to evaluate the subjects' status in respect to several factors. There are two forms of this inventory, one for students and the other for adults. The student form give four separate measure of personal and social adjustments.
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Level of Aspiration and Achievement Total views (235)  
To attain any goal, one needs motivation, attention and concentration, interest and so on. Mere motivation does not help in attaining the goal. To achieve any goal, one needs aspiration. To have the aspiration, we must know they self. Unless one should knows his/her capacity, knowledge ability, etc., Just having aspiration does not help.
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Self-Concept Total views (236)  
"The individual's awareness of and identification with his organism, cognitive powers and modes of conduct and performance, accompanied by specific attitudes towards them The 'social-self ' emerges at approximately two years - a definite sense of selfidentity and an awareness of different roles and of relationship with others. At this time, which marks the beginnings of the period of negativism, ......
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Statistics Total views (240)  
During I year, the calculation of three measures of central tendency-measures typical or representative of a set of scores as a whole - was outlined. Ordinarily, the next step is to find some measure of the variability of scores, i.e., , of the "scatter" or "spread" of the separate scores around their central tendency. Variation which is another characteristic of a group of observations has to be ......
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Appendix Total views (240)  
There are no right or wrong answers. Indicate your answer to each question by drawing a circle around the Yes, the No, or the "?". Use the question mark only when you are certain that you cannot answer Yes or No. There is no time limit but work rapidly.
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