391. The two parts of autonomic nervous system are:
A. Voluntary and involuntary
B. Cerebrospinal and cortical
C. Thalamus and hypothalamus
D. Sympathetic and parasympathetic
E. None of these

392. The term “Phenomenology” refers to:
A. The science of perception
B. The scientific study of “queer” occurrences
C. The “naïve” description of our immediate experiences
D. A detailed analysis of our sensations
E. None of the above

393. The degree of concentration or dilution of a colour is known as its:
A. Hue
B. Saturation
C. Volume
D. Brightness
E. None of these

394. Difference in perception among species depends upon:
A. Habitat
B. Complexity of nervous system
C. Receptor mechanisms
D. All of the above
E. None of the above

395. As compared with adult’s perception, the child’s perception tends to be:
A. Les susceptible to illusion
B. Longer in time-perspective
C. More fully characterized by constancy
D. More fully affected by physiognomic properties
E. None of the above

396. As compared with the figure, the ground appears to be;
A. Better structured
B. Continuous and unbroken
C. Better localized
D. More salient in attention
E. None of these

397. The concept of adaptation level was introduced by:
A. Brown
B. Wertheimer
C. Kohler
D. Helson
E. None of these

398. The cue of accomodation is especially effective for:
A. Long distances
B. Short distances
C. Moving objects
D. both (a) and (c)
E. None of these

399. The area of the brain where all the fibers from the skin senses get connected before entering cerebral cortex is the:
A. Cerebellum
B. Spinal Cord
C. Thalamus
D. Reticular formation
E. None of these

400. The so called primary emotions include:
A. joy, fear, anger, grief
B. pain, fear, hate, love
C. shame, guilt, anger, grief
D. all of the above
E. None of these