Q1. There are at least genes in every human cell:
(a) 10,000 (b) 20,000
(c) 50,000 (d) 1,00,000
Q2. According Terman the I.Q of the average person is between:
(a) 120 – 140 (b) 110 – 120
(c) 90 – 110 (d) 80 – 90
Q3. Which one is based on educational psychology:
(a) Kindergarden method
(b) Montessori method
(c) Play way method
(d) All of these (Exam: November, 2019)
Q4. Sociometric method was propounded by:
(a) John Atkinson (b) J. L. Moreno
(c) Wood Worth (d) Morris
Q5. Sentiments are:
(a) By Birth (b) Acquired
(c) Mental Process (d) None of these
Q6. Which psychologist stress on reinforcement in his principle of learning
(a) Levin (b) B. F. Skinner
(c) Pavlov (d) Kohler
Q7. Intimacy versus isolation stage lies between:
(a) 12 – 19 year (b) 11 – 12 year
(c) 30 – 65 year (d) 20 – 30 year
Q8. Which is not the part of memory?
(a) Learning (b) Attention
(c) Recall (d) Thinking
Q9. Most useful method used for study the taurants from the school:
(a) Questionnaire method
(b) Experimental method
(c) Surocy method
(d) Case Study
Q10. Our opinion about an important aspect of our self is called
(a) Self-esteem (b) Self-consciousness
(c) Self-efficacy (d) Self-monitoring
Q11. Area of development is called:
(a) Physical (b) Mental
(c) Social (d) All above
Q12. The hormone of which gland affect the development of height:
(a) Pituitary gland (b) Pancreas
(c) Pineal gland (d) None of the above
Q13. When a man assimilates new information in his present knowledge it is called:
(a) Assimilation (b) Accomodation
(c) Decentering (d) None of the above
Q14. The branch of psychology which deals with biological factors is called:
(b) Counselling psychology
(c) Clinical psychology
(d) Social psychology
Q15. What is the basic unit of any living beings?
(a) Cell (b) Synapse
(c) Glands (d) Nerve fiber
Q16. What is the meaning of loss of learned response?
(d) Spontaneous Recovery
Q17. What is the other name of short term memory?
(a) Sensory memory (b) Working memory
(c) Echoic memory (d) None of the above
Q18. What is the weight of the brain of an adult?
(a) 1.69 kg (b) 1.36 kg
(c) 2.30 kg (d) 3.00 kg
Q19. Name the group of genes which a person inherits from his parents?
(a) Genotype (b) Phenotype
(c) Behaviour genetic (d) None of the above
Q20. Who established the behaviourism in 1913?
(a) Pavlov (b) Skinner
(c) Watson (d) Wood worth
Q21. What is called learning by process of observation ?
(a) Conditioning (b) Modelling
(c) Operant Learning (d) None of the above
Q22. Who developed the first 3 law of learning?
(a) Kohler (b) Thorndike
(c) Skinner (d) Hull
Q23. The intelligence quotient of a child is 150 that child will be called
(a) Dull (b) Normal
(c) Genius (d) Imbecile
Q24. Who gave the concept of intelligence quotient for the first time in 1912?
(a) Binet (b) Terman
(c) Hull (d) Stern
Q25. What do you understand by psychophysical differences?
(c) Individual difference
Q26. In what type of memory, information can be stored maximum for 20 to 30 seconds?
(a) Sensory memory
(b) Short term memory
(c) Long term memory
(d) Episodic memory
Q27. The place of school in socialization of a child is:
(a) After family (b) After society
(c) Throught grouping (d) At oral stage
Q28. Children being sensitive to wet are…………
(a) Easy to perception
(b) Easy to observe
(c) Easy to day training
(d) Easy to night training
Q29. Intelligence and creativity are………..
(a) Negatively related (b) Not related
(c) Positively related (d) None of these
Q30. What is meant by social environment?
(a) Teachers are society
(b) Relatives, Friends, Neighbours
(c) Parents are family members
(d) All of these