Chapter 29. Perception / Knowledge, Emotion

1. Meaning of cognitive development.
(a) Development of prosecution (b) Development of child
(c) Development of physical skills (d) Personal development
Ans: (a)

2. Cognitive development is supported by which of the following?
(a) Conducting relevant and planned examinations with as much frequency as possible
(b) Presenting activities that strengthen traditional methods
(c) A rich and diverse environment available
(d) Focusing more on personal activities than collaborative
Ans: (c)

3. According to Piaget’s theory, which of the following will not affect the cognitive development of a person?
(a) language (b) social experience
(c) maturation (d) activity
Ans: (a)

4. Which of the following is true?
(a) Asking questions by the teacher hinders cognitive development.
(b) Development and learning remain unaffected by socio-cultural contexts.
(c) Learners learn in a certain way.
(d) Play is meaningful for cognition and social efficiency.
Ans: (d)

5. Which is the place where a child’s ‘cognitive’ development can be best defined?
(a) School and classroom environment (b) Auditorium
(c) home (d) playground
Ans: (a)

6. An emotionally balanced student
(a) Has friendly relations with his classmates in the classroom
(b) Does not interact effectively with his classmates in the classroom
(c) He does not contribute to new ideas
(d) does not respect the views given by classmates
Ans: (a)

7. The ’emotional’ aspect of behavior relates to the following –
(a) From the cognitive side of learning
(b) from the emotional side of learning
(c) From the functional side of learning
(d) From the psychological side of learning
Ans: (b)

8. The main feature of “emotionally motivated children” is-
(a) His superfluous nature
(b) their introverted nature
(c) Balanced way of expressing your thoughts
(d) Their sad behavior
Ans: (a)

9. A teacher’s emotional intelligence score is high. This implies that
(a) She is of high intelligence
(b) He is highly disciplined
(c) She is funny
(d) She behaves balanced
Ans: (d)

10. What is ‘momentum’?
(a) love and affection (b) anger and fear
(c) Excitation or change in emotion (d) None of these
Ans: (c)

11. Apart from …………. all the following facts indicate that the child leads to emotional and social maturity in the classroom.
(a) We develop sweet relations with age-peers
(b) To focus on challenging tasks and to persevere them
(c) Manage both anger and joy effectively
(d) We strongly focus on competition with our peers
Ans: (d)

12. A student behaves aggressively towards a group of his counterparts and does not conform to school standards. This student needs help in ……………… .
(a) Emotional field (b) High level thinking skills
(c) Cognitive field (d) Psychological field
Ans: (a)

13. Which of the following is the least noted in the psychology of momentum?
(A) momentum objective (subjective) sense and it is different in different individuals
(b) Emotions arise not only in individual learners but also in the whole class.
(c) Emotions are complex patterns of stimulation and cognitive interpretation
(d) The emotional process involves physical as well as psychological reactions.
Ans: (b)

14. Which of the following are the emotional characteristics?
(a) childhood (b) adolescence
(c) infancy (d) maturity
Ans: (b)

15. Golman is related to which of the following?
(a) social intelligence (b) emotional intelligence
(c) Spiritual intelligence (d) Common sense
Ans: (b)

16. Emotion is derived from ……… .
(a) habits (b) basic tendencies
(c) Physical development (d) Constructions
Ans: (b)

17. The literal meaning of the word momentum is-
(a) Anger and fear
(b) affection and love
(c) Upheaval in excitement or emotions
(d) None of the above
Ans: (c)

18. According to psychologists, which of the following methods can change the basic tendencies?
(a) correlation (b) migration
(c) solution (d) renewal
Ans: (b)

19. Which of the following skills is related to emotional intelligence?
(a) dynamic processing (b) to consider
(c) empathy (d) memorization
Ans: (c)

20. Which of the following skills is not related to emotional intelligence?
(a) Criticism of feelings
(b) friendly behavior with classmates
(c) awareness of emotions
(d) Management of emotions
Ans: (a)

21. The emotional intelligence of a teacher is high. This implies that—
(a) She is of high intelligence.
(b) He is highly disciplined.
(c) She is a joke.
(d) She is balanced.
Ans: (d)

22. Characteristics of selecting specific stimuli through sensation-
(a) attention (b) deep thinking
(c) concept (d) perception
Ans: (d)

23. Which one of the following is a momentum?
(a) memory (b) fear
(c) meditation (d) excitement
Ans: (b)

24. Person in Empathy Skills–
(a) Understands the troubles of others
(b) likes others
(c) acts according to the will of others
(d) always in confusion
Ans: (a)

25. Which of the following is a momentum?
(a) stimulating (b) memory
(c) merriment (d) meditation
Ans: (c)

13. Kritibhav 14. Amod.
26. In how many ways does Ross divide momentum?
(a) 2 (b) 3
(c) 4 (d) 5
Ans: (b)

27. Which emotion arises from sympathy and affection for the baby?
(a) anger (b) fear
(c) Anurag (d) Aggression.
Ans: (c)

28. According to MacDougall, what is the associated momentum of ‘curiosity’?
(a) fear (b) hatred
(c) surprise (d) hunger
Ans: (c)

29. In how many ways does Spinoza divide momentum?
(a) 2 (b) 3
(c) 4 (d) 5
Ans: (b)

30. Fear is a natural stimulant to generate emotion-
(a) pain
(b) sudden stimulant
(c) Eclipsed space
(d) fast falling object
Ans: (b)

31. Who has classified the original trends in fourteen ways?
(a) Draver (b) McDougal
(c) Thorndike (d) Woodworth
Ans: (b)

32. Types of anger and fear are –
(a) motivation (b) momentum
(c) hypothesis (d) instinct
Ans: (b)

33. One of the main features of the original trend is, which is found-
(a) Only in humans
(b) Cats only
(c) in all beings and it is innate and natural
(d) Artists only
Ans: (c)

34. According to MacDougall each is related to the original trend.
(a) cognition (b) momentum
(c) sensation (d) thinking
Ans: (b)

35. Which theory of emotion follows the idea that ’emotional experience is based on emotional behavior’
(a) James Lang theory (b) Hypotoxic theory
(c) activation theory (d) motivation principle
Ans: (a)

36. Which term is used to describe the strong bond between mother and her child?
(a) love (b) security
(c) Maternity (d) Mamta (attachment)
Ans: (d)

37. When the child’s grandmother, picks him from her mother’s lap, the child starts crying. The baby cries because of …………… .
(a) disconnection (b) social anxiety
(c) emotional dilemma (d) stranger dilemma
Ans: (c)

38. During the assessment process, Devika’s sensation is energetic, while Rajesh’s excitement is energetic. What is the difference between the emotional experiences of both of them?
(a) level of adaptation (b) density of ideas
(c) punctuality (d) culmination of emotions
Ans: (a)

39. c . B . S . E . Recommends group activities instead of individual activities for learners. The idea behind doing this might be –
(a) To simplify the teacher’s work by observing in groups in place of each learner
(b) Making the time available with schools relevant when most of them do not have enough time for personal activities.
(c) Reducing the infrastructure cost of the activity.
(d) Overcoming negative emotional reactions to individual competition that may generalize across learning.
Ans: (d)

40. Jjonk believes that cognition and emotion are …………… .
(a) interdependent (b) independent
(c) interrelated (d) integrated
Ans: (b)

41. Which of the following principles does the situation described below reflect? “Students who do not perform well” feel that they are not “good enough” and feel discouraged. Then they are likely to give up the task easily without effort. ”
(a) Cognition and emotion are not related.
(b) Heredity and environment are not different.
(c) Heredity and environment are not related.
(d) Cognition and emotion are no different.
Ans: (d)

42. How is there a relation between cognition and emotion?
(a) One-directional – momentum affects cognition
(b) One-directional – cognition affects emotions
(c) Bidirectional – There is a dynamic mutual action between the two.
(d) are independent of each other
Ans: (c)

43. Emotion and cognition are _______ to each other .
(a) embodied (b) not related
(c) completely separate (d) independent
Ans: (a)

44. To stop the growing anger in the teacher, the teacher needs
(a) To protect all his interests even if they are unfair.
(b) That no one should interfere in the day-to-day affairs of the child.
(c) that they ignore him
(d) punish the child for anger
Ans: (b)

45. Which of the following statements about cognition and emotion is correct?
(a) Cognition and emotion are processes independent of each other.
(b) Cognition and emotion are interconnected and affect each other.
(c) Cognition affects emotions but emotion does not affect cognition.
(d) Emotions affect cognition but cognition does not affect emotions.
Ans: (b)

46. Stress in examination affects the outcome. This fact explains which of the following types of relationship?
(a) cognition − emotion (b) stress − deletion
(c) Concern (d) Cognition
Ans: (a)

47. Seema is very keen to get A + grade in the exam . When she enters the examination hall and the examination starts, she becomes extremely nervous. Her feet get cold., Her heartbeat becomes very fast and the main reason may be that she is unable to answer properly.
(a) Perhaps she cannot cope with sudden impulsive impulse
(b) Perhaps he is not very confident about his preparation
(c) Perhaps she thinks too much about the result of this test
(d) The inspector teacher who is on duty may be her class teacher and she is very strict in nature
Ans: (a)

48. Feelings Which of the following statements do you agree with regarding learning and motivation?
(a) For learning, emotions should be kept separate.
(b) Emotions are intimately connected with motivation and learning.
(c) Motivating emotions have no role to learn.
(d) Learning something new depends on how skillful we are in it.
Ans: (b)

49. Primary school children will learn most effectively in that environment—
(a) Where their emotional needs are met and they realize that they are important
(b) Where the teacher is a monopolist and gives clear orders as to what should be done
(c) Where the focus is primarily on the cognitive skills of reading, writing and mathematics, and emphasis is given.
(d) Where the teacher is ahead in all the learning and expects the students to be passive
Ans: (a)

50. Emotional adjustment is effective in children
(a) Personality building (b) Classroom teaching
(c) discipline (d) all of the above
Ans: (d)

51. A student is not able to learn in class, because his pet is not well. The most likely factor affecting learning is:
(a) lack of practice (b) adverse emotional state
(c) lack of sleep (d) lack of nutrition
Ans: (b)

52 . Giving meaning to sensation based on past experience is called
(a) sensation (b) cognition
(c) motivation (d) imagination
Ans: (b)

53. Not being able to distinguish between the sounds of F and V and V letters. Learning problem is related.
(a) focus of attention (b) memory
(c) clarification of (d) all of these
Ans: (c)

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