Q1. Who propounded the Psychoanalytical theory of Personality?
(a) Abraham Maslow (b) Sigmund Freud
(c) Carl Rogers (d) Jean Piaget
Q2. A 10 year old child has mental age of 12, then what would be his I.Q.?
(a) 100 (b) 90
(c) 120 (d) 110
Q3. The theory of learning proposed by Albert Bandura is
(a) Classical conditioning theory
(b) Cognitive theory
(c) Insight learning
(d) Social learning theory
Q4. How many personality factors are proposed by Raymond Cattell?
(a) 05 (b) 14
(c) 16 (d) 08
Q5. Which of the following is not included in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
(a) Physiological needs
(b) Individualism and collectivism
(c) Love and belonging
(d) Self actualization
Q6. Two opposing desires present in an individual at the same time is called
(a) Conflict (b) Frustration
(c) Anxiety (d) Pressure
Q7. Which of the following researches is associated with Stephen Corey?
(a) Basic research (b) Behavioral research
(c) Scientific research (d) Action research
Q8. Which of the following is not a biological factor determining individual difference?
(b) Innate temperament
(c) Parent-child relationship
(d) Physical health
Q9. The cause of Down’s syndrome is
(a) Trisomy-20 (b) Trisomy-21
(c) XXY chromosome (d) Trisomy-22
Q10. The concept of reliability refers to
(a) Objectivity of instructions
(b) Purpose of measurement
(c) Consistency of scores
(d) Uniformity of scoring
Q11. Which of the following is not an example of projective test?
(a) TAT (b) SCT
(c) Draw a Man (d) MMPI
Q12. Who propounded the theory of multiple intelligence?
(a) Howard Gardner (b) Jean Piaget
(c) David Weschler (d) Erik Erikson
Q13. Remedial teaching is used for which kind of children?
(a) Fast learners (b) Slow learners
(c) Gifted children (d) Creative learners
Q14. Playway method of teaching is based on
(a) Theories of methods of teaching
(b) Principle of growth and development
(c) Sociological principle of teaching
(d) Physical education programme
Q15. Who was the Chairman of National Steering Committee on NCF, 2005?
(a) Prof. Kothari (b) Prof. Mehrotra
(c) Prof. Yashpal (d) Prof. Ram Murti
Q16. RTE Act, 2009 is for the children of which age group?
(a) 5-12 (b) 12-18
(c) 7-15 (d) 6-14
Q17. Which of the following is not a physiological motive?
(a) Achievement (b) Hunger
(c) Thirst (d) Sleep
Q18. According to NCF 2005, the main goal of Mathematics education is
(a) Training of teachers
(b) Classroom learning
(c) Mathematisation of Child’s thinking
(d) Course content of Mathematics
Q19. Learning through reward and punishment is related to which theory of learning?
(a) Social learning
(b) Operant conditioning
(c) Classical conditioning
(d) Cognitive theory
Q20. Which of the following is not a process related to learning during childhood?
(a) Past experience (b) Reflection
(c) Imagination (d) Argument
Q21. Which tests are designed to measure the effects of a specific programme or training?
(a) Personality (b) Intelligence
(c) Achievement (d) Creativity
Q22. At which stage of development an individual faces the problem of vocational adjustment?
(a) Old age
Q23. The psychological basis of teaching-learning depends on
(a) Teaching style
(b) Course content
(d) Socio-economic status
Q24. According to RTE Act, 2009, the Pupil-Teacher ratio for primary schools should be
(a) 25 : 1 (b) 35 : 1
(c) 40 : 1 (d) 30 : 1
Q25. Midterm Exam is an example of
(a) Creative Assessment
(b) Norm-referenced Assessment
(c) Summative Assessment
(d) Diagnostic Assessment
Q26. Which disease is hereditary?
Q27. Which of the following is a performance test of intelligence?
(a) Bhatia Battery
(b) Rorschach test
(d) Raven’s SPM
Q28. What is the minimum number of house of work per week for teacher in the Right to Education Act, 2009?
(a) 30 (b) 56
(c) 45 (d) 70
Q29. Which kind of research is done by the principal of school to identify and remove the causes of various emotional problems of the students?
(a) Action Research
(b) Qualitative Research
(c) Historical Research
(d) Descriptive Research
Q30. Which of the following theories is related to learning by consequences?
(a) Operant conditioning
(b) Insight learning
(c) Classical conditioning
(d) Cognitive learning