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11. Frank buys a new smartphone and tries exploring the phone’s features as soon as he reaches home. While doing so, he fails to hear the doorbell, which has been ringing for five minutes. This illustrates the concept of:

A. controlled processes.

B. automatic processes.

C. altered states of consciousness.

D. subconscious awareness.

12. Timmy is going to participate in the national spelling bee competition to be held over the weekend. In order to prepare for the competition, he locks himself in his room and starts memorizing words along with their spelling. His mom calls him several times for supper, but he is so engrossed in memorizing that he ignores her repeated calls. Timmy is exhibiting:

A. controlled processing.

B. automatic processing.

C. an altered state of consciousness.

D. subconscious awareness.

13. _____ is a person’s capacity to harness consciousness, to focus in on specific thoughts while ignoring others.

A. Automatic processing

B. Executive function

C. Daydreaming

D. Metacognition

14. Thomas is playing his video game and is about to complete the last level. He seems unaware that his mom has been calling him for long. Which of the following is Thomas demonstrating?

A. Arousal

B. Automaticity

C. Daydreaming

D. Selective attention

15. Nick is studying for his science test that is scheduled to be held the next day. He is unaware that his cellphone has been ringing loudly for the past five minutes. In this case, Nick is exhibiting:

A. divided attention.

B. selective attention.

C. daydreaming.

D. arousal.

16. Aaron is working on a history assignment that he must submit the next day. His favorite TV show is on air, but he continues to work on the assignment as it is a priority. In this case, Aaron is demonstrating:

A. divided attention.

B. selective attention.

C. daydreaming.

D. arousal.

17. States of consciousness that require little attention and do not interfere with other ongoing activities are called:

A. controlled processes.

B. automatic processes.

C. altered states of consciousness.

D. subconscious states.

18. Automatic processes:

A. require little attention.

B. need more conscious effort than controlled processes.

C. interfere with other ongoing activities.

D. are unconscious behaviors.

19. Mrs. Goldman was a little startled when she realized that while driving home she didn’t really remember driving the last mile. For Mrs. Goldman, driving has probably become a(n):

A. controlled process.

B. metacognitive process.

C. time to engage in selective attention.

D. automatic process.

20. Sharon can type a text message on her cell phone without even looking at the keypad. This is an example of:

A. theory of mind.

B. executive function.

C. automatic processing.

D. an altered state of consciousness.

 

 

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