Q1. After watching the film ‘Tarzan’ Raju climbed a tree, swung from the branches and felt himself a hero. The satisfaction Raju had is due to:
(a) Direct Reinforcement
(b) Vicarious Reinforcement
(d) Natural Reinforcement
Q2. Rani was watching T.V when her father reminded her of her low grade and sent her to study. But Rani only wasted her time at her study table. Which of the learning law that Rani’s father failed to apply?
(a) Law of Effect
(b) Law of Exercise
(c) Law of Readiness
(d) Law of Identical Elements
Q3. Reflection on one’s own actions and making changes to becomes a better teacher is the result of:
(a) Self–awareness (b) Self–concept
(c) Self–hypnotism (d) Self–adjustment
Q4. Ravi rolled a piece of paper around a ball point refill and used it as pen in the class. This shows:
(a) Ravi wants to save money from buying new pen.
(b) Ravi is misusing a paper.
(c) Ravi is a wrong model for such mischiefs in the class.
(d) Ravi is thinking differently.
Q5. The quality of a Positive Feedback is:
(a) Specific on the demerits
(b) General comment on the impression
(c) Advice for improvement
(d) Close in time to the performance
Q6. Select the major benefit of an open book exam.
(a) It promotes thinking (b)It creates active studentship
(c) It reduces anxiety (d)It creates reading habit.
Q7. Learning in one situation influencing learning in another situation, is called
(a) Modelling (b) Unutation
(c) Conditioning (d) Transfer of Learning
Q8. Select the person who stated, ”Adolescence is a period of stress and strain storm and strife”.
(a) Elizabeth Hurlock (b) Erickson
(c) Piaget (d) Stanley Hall
Q9. The child understands that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be perceived is called:
(a) Assimilation (b) Self Objectification
(c) Object Constancy (d) Object Permanence
Q10. Rearrange the steps of Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory
(a) Self-actualisation Needs
(b) Physiological needs
(c) Belongingness and love needs
(d) Self-esteem needs
(e) Safety needs
(a) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e)
(b) (a), (d), (c), (b), (e)
(c) (d), (c), (b), (e), (a)
(d) (a), (d), (c), (e), (b)
Q11. Association is made between a behavior and a consequence. For that behavior is closely related to:
(a) Classical conditioning
(b) Trial and error learning
(c) Insight learning
(d) Operant conditioning
Q12. ”Intellectual activity can be viewed in a three dimensional pattern, ”Who suggested this view point? (Exam: October, 2018)
(a) Thurstone (b) Spearmain
(c) Thorndike (d) Guilford
Q13. Expand IEP in inclusive set up.
(a) Individualized Education Programme
(b) Individualized Exaluaion Programme
(c) Individualized Education Plan
(d) Individualized Education Portfolio
Q14. The term ‘Emotional intelligence’ was coined by:
(a) Goleman (b) Thurstone
(c) Gardner (d) Binet
Q15. The way in which each learner begins to concentrate, process and retains new complex information are called:
(a) Learning Strategy
(b) Learning Methodology
(c) Learning Style
(d) Learning Mechanism
Q16. The first stage of Creative Thinking is:
(a) Verification (b) Incubation
(c) Preparation (d) Evaluation
Q17. The Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act is an act to provide such education to which age group of children?
(a) To all children of the age group five to sixteen years.
(b) To all children of the age group five to fourteen years.
(c) To all children of the age group six to fourteen years.
(d) To all children of the age group six to sixteen year
Q18. Smith is a tenth standard student and according to Piaget Smith is I a stage of thinking, which is called.
(a) Formal Operations
(b) Concrete Operations
Q19. The overall changes in all aspects of human throughout their lifespan is referred as:
(a) Maturation (b) Motivation
(c) Learning (d) Development
Q20. Protection of Women on Domestic Violence as brought into force by the Indian Government in the year:
(a) 2002 (b) 2004
(c) 2006 (d) 2008
Q21. The book named ”The language and thought of the child is written by:
(a) Noam Chomsky (b) Lev Vygotsky
(c) Jean Piaget (d) Skinner
Q22. Who introduced the term ”intelligence Quotient” (I.Q)?
(a) William Stern (b) Binet
(c) Terman (d) Simon
18. Counselor plays an active role in a client’s decision making by offering advice guidance and recommendations this type of counseling is known as:
(a) Prescriptive Counseling
(b) Permissive Counseling
(c) Eclectic Counseling
(d) Non Directive Counseling
Q24. The major common problem during adolescence:
(a) Anxiety disorder (b) Day dreaming
(c) Ego Centrism (d) Identity crisis
Q25. National Curriculum Framework functioning personality?
(a) NCTE (b) MHRD
(c) UGC (d) NCERT
Q26. Who proposed the concept of fully functioning personality?
(a) Abraham Maslow (b) All port
(c) Carl Rogers (d) Eyesenck
Q27. Name the animal side of man’s nature according to jung’s theory
(a) Anima (b) Animus
(c) Persona (d) Shadow
Q28. The individual has both positive valence of approximate equal intensity that may cause conflict is known as:
(a) Approach-Approach Conflict
(b) Approach-Avoidance Conflict
(c) Avoidance-Avoidance Conflict
(d) None of these
Q29. The term need for achievement is coined by:
(a) McClelland (b) Kurt Lewin
(c) Abraham Maslows (d) Henry Murray
Q30. PWD Act established in the year:
(a) 1993 (b) 1994
(c) 1995 (d) 1996