Q1. Which of the following statement is true?
(a) Growth is only a mental process
(b) Heredity doesn’t affect on learning process
(c) Development is only a quantitative process
(d) Learning is a process of behavioral
Q2. How many clinical scales were there in the original Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)?
(a) Nine (b) Eleven
(c) Ten (d) Twelve
Q3. Which one is NOT the Psychological principle of teaching?
(a) Proceed from known of unknown
(b) Proceed from simple to difficult
(c) Proceed from complex to simple
(d) Proceed from concrete to abstract
Q4. Inclusive education is currently a strategy of education based on the______ based approach.
(a) Sympathy (b) Charity
(c) Apathy (d) Rights
Q5. Gender Schema theory was introduced by__
(a) Jean Piaget (b) Kohlberg
(c) Erikson (d) Sandra Bem
Q6. According to Vygotsky’s theory, the most suitable instruction to support social learning is_______.
(b) Students work together on the task
(c) Students’ individual work
(d) Traditional teaching
Q7. What are tests that rely heavily on language based reasoning called?
(a) Accuracy tests (b) Culture fair tests
(c) Verbal tests (d) Nonverbal tests (Exam Date : 02.03.2019)
Q8. What aspect of personality makes a child more likely to be outgoing?
(a) Extraversion (b) Introversion
(c) Socialization (d) Neuroticism
Q9. Bandura’s 4 principles of social learning are.
(a) Metacognition, Attention, Engagement, Motivation
(b) Retention, Cognition, Attention, Motivations
(c) Attention, Retention, Reproduction, Motivation
(d) Attention, Engagement, Collaboration, Motivation
Q10. Adolescences form their own image and integrate their own ideas as to how they wish to be referred to, this is:
(a) Crisis (b) Ego identity
(c) Ego ideal (d) Ego
Q11. At what age does the child learn to control the expression of emotions?
(a) Adolescence (b) Birth to two years
(c) Late childhood (d) Early childhood
Q12. Which of the following theories acts as a bridge between behavioral and cognitive learning theories?
(a) Humanistic theory
(b) Cognitive development theory
(c) Social learning theory
(d) Existential theory
Q13. Which of these statements is true with regard to aptitude and competence?
(a) Aptitude is an inborn potential to do something
(b) An aptitude is a developed knowledge
(c) A competence is a part of an aptitude
(d) A competence is an inborn potential to do something
Q14. Who introduced the term I.Q. (Intelligence Quotient)?
(a) Terman (b) Galton
(c) Binet (d) Guilford
Q15. The psychologist who discovered that children’s perception of reality is not learned from adults but is constructed is:
(a) Jean Piaget (b) BF Skinner
(c) Arnold Gesell (d) Howard Gardner
Q16. During which stage do children start reasoning?
(a) Adolescence (b) Late Childhood
(c) Infancy (d) Early Childhood
Q17. Teachers should take a/an ______ rather than group perspectives when considering diversity in the classroom.
(a) Group factor (b) Opinion
(c) Student (d) Individual
Q18. Which of the following is not an aspect of Metacognition?
(a) Altering consciousness
(b) Revising cognitive strategies
(c) Planning cognitive strategies
(d) Monitoring cognitive
Q19. Which of the following is not true about the teaching process?
(a) Teaching is the process with a purpose
(b) Teaching does not sway the whole process of learning.
(c) Teaching does not need a formal set-up.
(d) Teaching should be centered around student.
Q20. Which of the following does not apply to the brainstorming process?
(a) Generation of unusual ideas
(b) Criticism of Ideas
(c) Associating different ideas to come up with a new one.
(d) Quantity is more important than quality.
Q21. According to Martin and Halverson, when young children observed gender inconsistent behavior, they tend to have:
(a) A distortion of memory
(b) An accurate memory
(c) A rejection of the behavior
(d) An imitation of the behavior
Q22. What problem do children with anorexia nervosa typically have?
(a) Problems with impulse control
(b) Problems with body image
(c) Reduced physical exercise
(d) Excessive eating
Q23. What is more likely to help a child remember a story by Tagore?
(a) The moral of the story
(b) The size of the story
(c) The font of the letters
(d) The color of the title
Q24. Eliminating caffeine and sugar from diet before bedtime ensures–
(a) Reduction in stress
(b) Good functions of muscles
(c) Good sleep
(d) Good absorption of nutrients
Q25. How information is typically stored in semantic memory?
(a) Networks (b) Skills
(c) Tasks (d) Groups
Q26. Which chart shows that the highest return of investment in education is maximum during the early years?
(a) Heckman’s (b) Wisconsin’s
(c) Hurlock’s (d) Puberty’s
Q27. Mild retardation is a category of mental retardation having an IQ of__________.
(a) 70 to 89
(b) 20 to 29
(c) 50 to 69
(d) 30 to 49
Q28. To improve the problem solving skills in children, which of the following things can be done?
(a) All of the above
(b) Invite children to talk or write about ideas only
(c) Ask children to draw pictures for stories only
(d) Use blocks and models only
Q29. Inclusive education means:
(a) Education for all children in school.
(b) Education of Intelligent children
(c) Education of the poor children
(d) Education of the minorities
Q30. GAD stands for:
(a) Genetic Anxiety Disease
(b) Genetic Anxiety Disorder
(c) Generalized Anxiety Disorder
(d) Generalized Anxiety Disease