(c) Hermann Ebbinghaus (d) Sigmund Freaud
77. Psycho-analysis is a theory of.
(c) Memory development (d) All of the above
78. The originator of Psycho-analysis:
(c) Adolf Meyer (d) Sigmund Freud
79. Painful and disturbing thoughts are repressed into the—–part of the mind,
(a) Conscious (b) Unconscious
(c) Pre-conscious (d) All of the above
80. An example of classical conditioning is:
(c) Pigeon pecks at key for food delivery
81. What is a defence mechanism?:
(b) A mechanism designed to reduce stress and conflict caused by specific experiences
82. What is the Id?:
(b) Part of the psyche that reduces anxiety.
(c) Primitive impulse in man.
83. What is an Ego defence mechanism?:
84. The Gestalt view of human nature believes that people strive for:
(a) Power (b) Social acceptance
(c) Wholeness (d) Individuality
85. “The whole is other than the sum of the parts” the phrase is related to:
(a) Holistic Psychology (b) Functional psychology
(c) Gestalt psychology (d) Personalistic Psychology
86. Of the following, who is associated with the Personalistic school of psychology?
(a) Ivan Pavlov (b) BF Skinner
(c) William Stern (d) Max Wertheimer
87. Which represents the correct order of Piaget’s stages of intellectual development?
(a) sensor motor, concrete operational, formal operational, post operational
(b) preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational, sensor motor,
(c) sensor motor, preoperational, concrete operational, formal operational
(d) preoperational, informal operational, formal operational, post operational
88. When parents around the world use a short, sharp rhythm, they are
(a) Warning their baby. (b) Comforting their baby.
(c) Calling attention to objects. (d) Praising their baby.
89. The three basice motions which appear to be unlearned but take time to develop are
(a) affection, anger, fear (b) Excitement,jealousy, anger.
(c) Delight jealousy, fear. (d) Anger, fear,joy.
90. Which of the following most clearly demonstrates the existence of emotional attachment? (a) separation anxiety (b) learning to walk
(c) imprinting (d) Language development
91. Field Theory in Psychology:
(a) Kurt Lewin (b) McDougall (c) William stern
(d) Kurt Goldstein
92. The formula B=f(P, E) is related to ————.
(a) Field Theory (b) Theory of formal discipline
(c) Theory of connectionism (d) Theory of Re-inforcement
93. According to Chomsky, humans have a ……………. to develop language.
(a) perceptual set (b) telegraphic readiness
(c) learning set (d) biological predisposition
94. During the formal operations stage, children begin to
(a)Accurately use concepts of time, space, and number.
(b) Think primarily about concrete objects or situations,
(c)Develop the concept of object permanency.
(d) Think in terms of abstract principles and hypothetical possibilities.
95. Harlow’s studies of surrogate mothers show that
(a) infant monkeys prefer the cloth surrogate only when it is the source of food.
(b) the wire surrogate is preferred because of its association with food.
(c)when frightened, infants run to the cloth surrogates for security and contact.
(d) attachment to the wire “feeding mothers” is identical to that displayed toward real mothers.
96. Which reflex probably helps prevent falling?
(a) Moro reflex (b) Grasping reflex
(c) Rooting reflex (d) Sucking reflex
97. Which of the following is one of the four basic ingredients of positive parent-child interactions?
(a) discipline (b) forced teaching and learning
(c) flooding the infant with stimuli”
(d) mutual respect
98. Havighurst’s view of development uses the ……………,task concept to both describe and predict behavior from infancy through adolescence.
(a) Dynamic (b) Developmental Milestone
(c) Developmental (d) Cognitive
99. Theories characterized by being predictive are known as “………. ..”theories.
(a)Phase-stage (b) Developmental Task
(c) Ecological (d)None of the Above
100. The period when the major organs of the body begin to form is the ……………. period.
(a) Embryonic (b) Fetal
(c) Germinal (d) Newborn