Q1. What is the Freudian stage of psychosexual development in which children are toilet trained known as?
(a) Latency (b) Phallic
(c) Oral (d) Anal
Q2. What is progressive Education?
(a) It has standardized testing
(b) It is learning by doing
(c) It is data – driven learning
(d) It has standards – based curriculum
Q3. ________ is called maturation.
(a) Family intervention
(b) A change due to cultural influences
(c) Natural biological development
(d) Change due to environmental pressures
Q4. ________ study is applied to study in which some of the individuals have been measured on at least two successive occasions (Exam Date : 22.02.2019)
(a) Extended Longitudinal Method
(b) Longitudinal growth
(c) Cross Longitudinal Method
(d) Mixed Longitudinal
Q5. The main objective of ADIP scheme is to provide________ to persons with locomotor disability.
(a) Disability certificate
(d) Aids and Appliances
Q6. The three major themes in Vygotsky’s Social Development Theory are:
(a) Cognitive Apprenticeship, Social Interaction and Reciprocal Determinism.
(b) Cognitive Apprenticeship, Legitimate Peripheral Participation, the Zone of Proximal Development.
(c) Reciprocal Determinism, Reward and Punishment, Classical Conditioning.
(d) Social Interaction, The Zone of Proximal Development, the More Knowledgeable other.
Q7. Ability grouping is a king of segregation of the ____ to provide greater opportunities of interaction and stimulation.
(a) Disadvantaged (b) Normal
(c) Backward (d) Gifted
Q8. Language development in children follows the principle of
(b) Uniform pattern
(d) Individual differences
Q9. Direct method is also known as:
(a) Direct approach
(b) Induction approach
(c) Natural method
(d) Indirect approach
Q10. In collaborative learning it is better that the students go through______.
(a) Self – assessment
(b) Formative assessment
(c) Peer assessment
(d) Summative assessment
Q11. Rating scales are used to measure
(a) Intelligence (b) Attitudes
(c) Achievement (d) Skills
Q12. Which of the following disorders is caused by an extra twenty -first chromosome?
(b) Down syndrome
(c) Turner’s syndrome
(d) Sickle cell anemia
Q13. Which of the following will occur if the stimuli of the first task is greater in similarity in the second task?
(a) No transfer will
(b) Extent of transfer will be minimum
(c) Extent of transfer will be less
(d) Extent of transfer will be greater
Q14. Which of the following statements best defines motivation?
(a) Internal state of an individual that arouses, directs, and maintains behaviour
(b) State of one’s emotional strength to respond to difficult situation
(c) One’s ability to demonstrate discipline.
(d) One’s ability to do a task quickly and neatly.
Q15. Which of the following is not characteristic of a relational learning style?
(a) Sequential thinking
(b) Perception of information as part of a whole
(c) Intrusive learning
Q16. Which of the following teaches parents a range of techniques for controlling and managing their children’s symptoms, especially with children diagnosed with conduct disorder?
(a) Parent training programmes
(b) Functional Family therapy
(c) Systematic family therapy
(d) Play therapy
Q17. What among these are not personality traits?
Q18. What is a rule that always leads to a solution if used correctly called?
(c) Information processing
Q19. What type of attention is displayed when a child focuses all his attention on the task at hand, ignoring other information?
(a) Selective attention
(b) Simultaneous attention
(c) Divided attention
(d) General attention
Q20. There is an addition of information to the existing information in _______ learning. ___
(a) Sporadic (b) Spiral
(c) Linear (d) Disjunctive
Q21. Who among the following did not propose a trait theory of personality?
(a) Hans Eysenk
(b) Raymond Cattell
(c) Albert Bandura
(d) Gordon Allport
Q22. An individual achieves the masculine or feminine social role during ___
(a) Childhood (b) Adolescence
(c) Late Childhood (d) Infancy
Q23. Meta components, performance components and knowledge acquisition components are categories
(a) Tripartite Theory (b) Triarchic Theory
(c) Allport’s Theory (d) Eysenck’s Theory
Q24. Which of the following is not a use of an intelligence test?
(a) Selection of students for scholarships
(b) Evaluation of teacher’s
(c) Grading of a student
(d) Predicting a student’s success
Q25. Skinner advocated hat learning was more likely to occur when
(a) Explaining public events or observable behavior
(b) Observation of a reflex response to stimulus
(c) Behavior becomes a reflex response to stimulus
(d) Behavior is reinforced with a reward or punishment
Q26. Which one of the following methods is used to study the behavior of an individual in its totality?
(a) Observation Method
(b) Experimental Method
(c) Survey Method
(d) Case study Method
Q27. Which of the following is a projective technique to assess the personality?
(a) Rorschach Ink blot
Q28. In what part of memory does chunking occur?
(a) Short term memory (b) Long term memory
(c) Sensory register (d) Working memory
Q29. An anxiety disorder is characterized by:
(a) An excessive or aroused state characterized by feelings of apprehension, uncertainty, and fear.
(b) Disordered thinking
(c) An emotional condition classified by excessive checking
(d) An emotional state identified by panic attacks
Q30. A devoted teacher would adopt to arouse interest of the learners.
(a) Demonstrative methods
(b) Innovative methods
(c) Easy methods
(d) Direct methods