Q1. Who said this, “Creativity is essentially found in the new construction or production”?
(a) James Drever (b) C.V. Good
(c) Crow & Crow (d) Stein.
Q2. Who is the propounder of learning rules?
(a) Crow & Crow (b) Thorndike
(c) J.P. Guilford (d) Skinner.
Q3. Children whose mental age is lover than their Chronological age, are known as:
(a) Gifted Child (b) Normal Child
(c) Learning Disabled (d) Retarded Child.
Q4. “Children construct their own understanding through interaction with their environment” stated by whom?
(a) Skinner (b) Guilford
(c) Piaget (d) Burt
Q5. What is the I.Q. of a Child whose mental age is equal to the Chronological age?
(a) 100 (b) 120
(c) 80 (d) 140.
Q6. The stage in which a Child begins to think logically about objects and events is known as:
(a) Sensory Motor Stage
(b) Pre-Operational Stage
(c) Formal Operational Stage
(d) Concrete Operational Stage.
Q7. Kindergarten system of Education was proposed by:
(a) Noun (b) Spencer
(c) Froebel (d) Montessori.
Q8. Whose definition is this? “The Psychology is the most basic science of Education”.
(a) Davis (b) Skinner
(c) B.N. Jha (d) None of these
Q9. Educational Psychology is helpful in:
(a) Maintaining discipline
(b) Knowledge of Child development
(d) All round development.
Q10. Which of the following methods is considered as the most scientific and objective method of studying behaviour?
(a) Observation method
(b) Experimental method
(c) Survey method
(d) Case study method.
Q11. How many stages Erikson described in Psychosocial development?
(a) Five (b) Seven
(c) Eight (d) Three
Q12. Our genes are composed of:
(a) D.N.A. (b) R.N.A.
(c) Chromosome (d) Sperm cell
Q13. Each egg cell has a Chromosome:
(a) X (b) Y
(c) XX (d) YY
Q14. Delinquency is often associated with:
(a) Low parental support
(b) Inappropriate discipline
(c) Family discord
(d) All the above.
Q15. Pre-natal development is commonly divided into the main periods, called:
(a) Germinal (b) Embryonic
(c) Fetal (d) All the above
Q16. The process of…………….is important in Personality development.
(a) Identification (b) Similarity
(c) Social attachments (d) Separation.
Q17. Skinner conducted his studies on following:
(a) Rats (b) Pigeons
(c) Dogs (d) Both (A) and (B)
Q18. In Operational conditioning the procedure of not reinforcing a response is called:
(c) Continuous reinforcement
(d) None of the above
Q19. Which of the following is a system of Memory?
(a) Sensory (b) Short-term
(c) Long-term (d) All the above
Q20. The First stage of Memory is:
(a) Encoding (b) Storage
(c) Retrieval (d) None of the above.
Q21. Partial or complete loss of Memory is called:
(a) Agnosia (b) Ataxia
(c) Amnesia (d) None of the above
Q22. Duration of short term Memory is:
(a) 2 seconds (b) 20 seconds
(c) 1/2 seconds (d) 30 seconds
Q23. Which of the Mental activities is involved in Thinking?
(a) Inferring (b) Abstracting
(c) Reasoning (d) All the above
Q24. Mentally retarded people have the I.Q. ranging from 25 to 39 are known as:
(a) Mild Mentally retarded
(b) Moderate Mentally retarded
(c) Severe Mentally retarded
(d) Profound Mentally retarded.
Q25. Who propounded the Projective method?
(a) Froebel (b) Kilpatrick
(c) Armstrong (d) Maria Montessori
Q26. Who was the propounder of Anticipatory theory of Play?
(a) Malebranche (b) G. Stanley Hall
(c) Mc-Dougall (d) Lazarus.
Q27. Who said, “Two children have no common abilities”?
(a) Hurlock (b) Nun
(c) Sorenson (d) Crow & Crow
Q28. According to Freud the basic human motivation is–
(a) Aggression (b) Sex
(c) Hunger (d) Both (a) and (b)
Q29. Majority of the mongolians have ………. chromosomes instead of 46.
(a) 45 (b) 48
(c) 47 (d) 44
Q30. What types of tests are army alpha and army beta?
(a) Individual intelligence tests
(b) Group intelligence tests
(c) Creativity tests
(d) Personality tests