Q1. According Jean Piaget, children develop abstract logic and reasoning skill during ___.
(a) Concrete operational stage
(b) Formal operational stage
(c) Preoperational stage
(d) Sensorimotor stage
Q2. A self directed learning process is arguably the most powerful model for facilitating and inspiring individual, group and organizational learning and development. It means learner ____.
(a) Take responsibility for learning and become goal oriented
(b) Compete with others
(c) Achieve the best scores
(d) Enjoy learning
Q3. In which stage of psychosocial development does the child feel shame and doubt?
(a) Preschool (b) Adolescent
(c) School age (d) Early childhood
Q4. Proper sex education should be rendered at ____ stage.
(a) Childhood (b) Adolescence
(c) Adulthood (d) Early childhood
Q5. The ‘Hypothesis of Critical period’ was proposed by ____.
(a) Helen Keller (b) Noam Chomsky
(c) Bloomfield (d) Eric Lenneberg
Q6. Who is credited with the concept of Intelligence Quotient (IQ)?
(a) Theodore Simon (b) Spearman
(c) Alfred Binet (d) William Stern
Q7. According to Piaget, intellectual growth occurs through adaptation to the world. This happens through:
(a) Absorption and Accommodation
(b) Acquisition and Autocorrelation
(c) Assimilation and Accommodation
(d) Assimilation and Acclimatization
Q8. According to Albert Bandura, the process that is involved in acquisition organization and use of information is called _____ process.
(a) Cognitive (b) Affective
(c) Self regulation (d) Motivation
Q9. What concept of conservation focuses on the amount of a substance that exists?
(a) Weight (b) Area
(c) Mass (d) Length
Q10. What cognitive ability are children displaying when they attribute human-like qualities to objects?
(a) Egocentrism (b) Conservation
(c) Animism (d) Object permanence
Q11. Some children experience excessive anxiety at being away from home, even after a long period of time. What might they be suffering from?
(a) School phobia (b) Social anxiety
(c) Conduct disorder (d) Separation anxiety
Q12. An example of self-report measures of personality is
(b) Sentence Completion Test
(c) Rorschach Test
Q13. Intense mood swing is a characteristic of
(a) Learning disorder
(b) Bi-polar disorder
(c) Conduct disorder
(d) Anti-social personality
Q14. Which of the following best describes Maturation of a learner?
(a) It is a continuous process of individual development
(b) It is related with cognitive capabilities
(c) Specific environment is required
(d) It takes place at specific age
Q15. Which type of memory takes special account of context?
(a) Iconic memory (b) Echoic memory
(c) Episodic memory (d) Sensory memory
Q16. Students who disturb others in a classroom are likely to have ____ type of learning style.
(a) Kinesthetic (b) Tactile
(c) Auditory (d) Visual
Q17. Who carried out an experiment on memory involving nonsense syllables?
(a) Ebbinghaus (b) Atkinson
(c) Posner (d) Calkins
Q18. Who proposed the concept of zone of proximal development?
(a) Abraham Maslow (b) Lev Vygotsky
(c) Carl Rogers (d) Albert Bandura
Q19. The spinal cord develops earlier to the heart. This is because of the operation of the following tendency.
(a) General to specific (b) Cephalocaudal
(c) Proximodistal (d) Part to whole
Q20. The following is an example of a secondary reinforcer.
(a) Ice cream (b) Dress
(c) Money (d) Juice
Q21. Maladjusted children are generally seen in
(a) Broken family (b) Rural areas
(c) None of these (d) Poor family
Q22. One learns to use one’s muscles and acquires a skill due to:
(a) Maturation (b) Exercise
(c) Learning (d) Parent’s force
Q23. During the first half of the 20th century, _____ students, those identified as having special needs, received few or no special services in the schools.
(a) Above average (b) Exceptional
(c) Mentally retarded (d) Poor
Q24. VARK model of student learning was proposed by: (CANCELLED)
(a) Kohlberg (b) Neil Fleming
(c) Piaget (d) E. Erikson
Q25. During the emergence of language, the ‘jargon’ period is present during
(a) Nine months to one year
(b) Birth to three months
(c) Three to six months
(d) Six to nine months
Q26. Which of the following is the best way for parents to support and help children cope with failure?
(a) Create a comforting environment for the child to engage in another activity to forget their failure
(b) Listen, empathize, then focus on opportunities to learn, not abilities
(c) Create an environment for our kids that shelters them from potential failure or disappointment
(d) Push kids beyond their capabilities
Q27. Inquiry approach method develops the ability of learners for
(a) Using the experience of a teacher
(b) Assimilating more information in less time
(d) Maximizing verbal learning
Q28. Bipolar Disorder is which type of disorder?
(a) Mood (b) Learning
(c) Personality (d) Thought
Q29. Which of the following best describes the Theory of Mindset?
(a) Fixed mindset stops cannot be changed
(b) Fixed mindset only brings failure
(c) Growth mindset defines Intelligence
(d) Growth mindset sees failure as a minor stumbling block, an opportunity to improve and grow.
Q30. Which of the following is a social-learning theorist?
(a) Bandura (b) Freud
(c) Wundt (d) Pavlov