971. Most of Hull’s explanations are stated in two languages, one of the empirical description and the other in:
A. Psycho physiological terms
B. Neurophysiological terms
C. Physiological terms
D. Physical terms
E. None of the above

972. The molar approach deals with the organism as a whole, the molecular approach:
A. Deals with parts
B. Deals with stimuli
C. Deals with responses
D. Has nothing to do with the organism
E. Deals with the detailed, fine and exact elements of action of the nervous system

973. The hypothetico-deductive system in geometry was developed by:
A. I.P. Pavlov
B. L. Thorndike
C. C. Hull
D. Pieri
E. E. C. Tolman

974. Whenever behaviour is correlated to specific eliciting stimuli, it is:
A. Respondent Behaviour
B. Operant Behaviour
C. Stimulant Behaviour
D. Fixed Behaviour
E. Static Behaviour

975. Whenever behaviour is not correlated to any specific eliciting stimuli, it is:
A. Respondent Behaviour
B. Operant Behaviour
C. Static Behaviour
D. Modified Behaviour
E. None of the above

976. According to Tolman, docile or teachable behaviour is:
A. Molar
B. Molecular
C. Respondent
D. Operant
E. None of the above

977. According to Skinnerian theory, the “S” type of conditioning applies to:
A. Modified Behaviour
B. Stimulant Behaviour
C. Operant Behaviour
D. Respondent Behaviour
E. None of the above

978. The sign-gestalt expectation represents a combination of:
A. Intelligence and Perception
B. Perception and Learning
C. Intelligence and Learning
D. Perception and Motivation
E. None of the above

979. Who stated that appetites and aversions are “states of agitation”?
A. E. L. Thorndike
B. E. C. Tolman
C. W. Kohler
D. Clark Hull
E. None of the above

980. Who said that the ultimate goal of aversion is the state of physiological quiescence to be reached when the disturbing stimulus ceases to act upon the organism?
A. E. L. Thorndike
B. W. Kohler
C. E. C. Tolman
D. Clark Hull
E. None of the above

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