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Solutions for Chapter 4: Cognitive Processes

Below listed, you can find solutions for Chapter 4 of Maharashtra State Board Balbharati for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board.


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Exercises [Pages 42 - 43]

Balbharati solutions for Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 4 Cognitive Processes Exercises [Pages 42 - 43]

Choose the correct alternative and complete the sentence:

Exercises | Q Q.1 (1) | Page 42

When we select few stimuli from the environment and bring them into the center of our awareness, it is called ______.

  • attention

  • perception

  • thinking

Exercises | Q Q.1 (2) | Page 42

Ivan Pavlov is known for explaining learning by ______.

  • classical conditioning

  • operant conditioning

  • observation

Exercises | Q Q.1 (3) | Page 42

When we organise the information from the environment, group them and give some meaning, that process is called _______.

  • attention

  • perception

  • thinking

Exercises | Q Q.1 (4) | Page 42

In operant conditioning the experiment was conducted on _______.

  • dog

  • rat

  • monkey

Exercises | Q Q.1 (5) | Page 43

The change in behaviour due to practice or experience is known as ______.

  • perception

  • thinking

  • learning

Exercises | Q Q.2 (1) | Page 43

Answer briefly in 30 to 40 words:

What is fluctuation of attention?

Exercises | Q Q.2 (2) | Page 43

Answer briefly in 30 to 40 words:

Give three examples of top down processes in perception.

Exercises | Q Q.2 (3) | Page 43

What is meant by thinking?

Exercises | Q Q.2 (4) | Page 43

Answer briefly in 30 to 40 words:

Describe any two processes of learning.

Exercises | Q Q.3 | Page 43

Classify the following into Mental Representation, Concepts and Schemata:

  1. Image of your mother in your mind
  2. Building
  3. Tree
  4. School
  5. Theater
  6. Table
  7. Neil Armstrong
Exercises | Q Q.4 (1) | Page 43

Find odd one out:

  • Schema

  • Perception

  • Attention

  • Thinking

Exercises | Q Q.4 (2) | Page 43

Find odd one out:

  • Searching solution

  • Defining problem

  • Incubation

  • Implementation of the solution

Exercises | Q Q.4 (3) | Page 43

Find odd one out:

  • Reasoning

  • Judgement

  • Decision making

  • Relaxing

Exercises | Q Q.4 (4) | Page 43

Find odd one out:

  • Concept

  • Schema

  • Solution

  • Mental Representation

Exercises | Q Q.5 (1) | Page 43

Identify if the following behaviours are due to learning or not. Give reasons for your answers.

After much hard work you are able to perform a dance step properly.

Exercises | Q Q.5 (2) | Page 43

Identify if the following behaviours are due to learning or not. Give reasons for your answers.

In spite of getting hurt, Shayana, a five year old child, continues to play with knife.

Exercises | Q Q.5 (3) | Page 43

Identify if the following behaviours are due to learning or not. Give reasons for your answers.

Once Hanif had to pay fine for breaking the signal while driving a car. Now he makes sure to stop the car at red signal.

Exercises | Q Q.6 (1) | Page 43

Answer the following questions with the help of the given points (in 80 to 100 words):

Explain the stages/steps of problem-solving:

Points:

  1. Defining problem
  2. Generating alternative solutions
  3. Selecting solution
  4. Implementing and taking follow up on the solution.
Exercises | Q Q.6 (2) | Page 43

Answer the following questions with the help of the given points:

Explain the stages of creative thinking.

Points:

  1. Preparation
  2. Incubation
  3. Illumination
  4. Verification
Exercises | Q Q.7 (1) | Page 43

Answer the following questions in detail:

Explain the laws of perceptual organization.

Exercises | Q Q.7 (2) | Page 43

Answer the following questions in detail:

Explain the core elements of thinking.

Exercises | Q Q.7 (3) | Page 43

Answer the following questions in detail:

With the help of your own examples explain the difference between distraction of attention and fluctuation of attention.

Solutions for Chapter 4: Cognitive Processes

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Concepts covered in Psychology 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board chapter 4 Cognitive Processes are Cognitive Processes, Attention, Aspects of Attention, Perception, Phenomena Associated with Perception, Definition and Core Elements of Thinking, Types of Thinking, Concept Learning, Processes of Learning.

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