251. Genetic psychology, revealing the factors which determine personality,

(a) Intelligence

(b) Character

(c) Character & Intelligence in children


(d) None of these

252. A harmonious and all-round growth and development of human powers or faculties, mental and physical comes through

(a) Education

(b) Society


(c) Physical health

(d) Mental health

253. The process in which, and by which the knowledge, character and behaviour of the young are shaped and moulded is known –

(a) Education


(b) Exercise

(c) Psychology

(d) All of the above

254. Which of the following is not a projective technique?


(a) Rorschach

(b) T.A.T.

(c) Sentence-Completion Test

(d) Maudsley Personality Inventory (MPI)


255. The teenage group exists

(a) Independently

(b) Engaged in anti-national activities

(c) Outside the society


(d) With play groups

256. The person unaware of his own hostile impulses but sees them in others in using the defence mechanism of:

(a) displacement

(b) insulation

(c) projection

(d) reaction formation

257. Which of the following is not measured by the T.A.T. test?

(a) Personality needs

(b) Emotions

(c) Personality adjustment

(d) Reasoning ability

258. Psychology is a systematic inquiry into man’s relation with his

(a) Friends

(b) Family

(c) Environment

(d) All of the above

259. Projective technique is used for measuring

(a) Individual’s inventoried interests

(b) Individual’s need for self-actualization

(c) Individual’s dominant feelings, emotions, conflicts, needs which are, generally, repressed by the individual and are stored up in the unconscious mind,

(d) Individual’s value-system

260. Personality has been derived from the word

(a) Personal

(b) Persona

(c) Person

(d) Personnel

261. Attempts to study not only growth and development of individual minds and behaviour but also of individual activities, habits and abilities in-

(a) Genetic psychology

(b) Physiological psychology

(c) Comparative psychology

(d) General Physiology

262. Operant conditioning is associated with

(a) Hull

(b) Skinner

(c) Thorndike

(d) Bleuler

263. Increasing feelings of worth by indentifying self with person or institutions of illustrious standing is:

(a) projection

(b) sublimation

(c) identification

(d) rationalization

264. The influence which the environment exercises on the organism and reuses it to activity is called the

(a) Response

(b) Stimulus

(c) Both a & b

(d) Emotion

265. Positive science is known as

(a) Psychology

(b) Sociology

(c) Civics

(d) Natural science

266. Physics deals with

(a) Matter

(b) Energy

(c) Moment

(d) Material

267. Each science deals with a group of

(a) Related facts

(b) Composition

(c) Both a & b

(d) Principles

268. Third ventricle of brain is also known as

(a) Paracoel

(b) Rhinocoel

(c) Metacol

(d) Diacoel

269. The subject interested in the universal characteristics of behaviour and seeks not only to describe them but also to relate and explain thus by reference to some general law. This is the scope of what may be called

(a) General psychology

(b) Introspectim

(c) Neurology

(d) Experimental psychology

270. Eight cranial nerve supplies

(a) Ear (b) Eye

(c) Nose (d) Tongue

271. Study of the behaviour of animals is

(a) Genetic psychology

(b) Animal psychology

(c) Physiological psychology

(d) None of these

272. White matter is composed of

(a) Nerve cells with blood vessels

(b) Myelinated nerve fibres

(c) Non-myelinated nerve fibres

(d) Ependymal cells

273. A moralist, who believes in duty for the sake of duty

(a) Will given preference in a pragmatist school as compared to an idealistic school

(b) Will be considered as a successful teacher from a pragmatist’s point of view.

(c) Will be find no place in a pragmatist school because a pragmatist regards discipline as an external force.

(d) Could be considered as an ideal teacher because he depends on the maxim of rewards and punishments.

274. The foundation of an individual’s later development rests entirely on the outcome of his earlier stages and is the result of

(a) Cultural life

(b)Social life

(c) Family life

(d)All of the above

275. In India Equality of Educational opportunity is

(a) Only in name


(c) Illusionary

(d)None of these

276. Education cannot be classified within the group of religious studies because

(a) There is scope for religious ideals in the modern education

(b)Religious studies cannot develop the personality of students in the present day.

(c) Religion speaks of traditions of the past which cannot cater to the requirements of education for culture today.

(d) The bases of religion are faith and belief which are by themselves inadequate for the development of education

277. The famous standard revision of Binet’s scale of intelligence was first undertaken by

(a) Skinner


(c) Cyril Burt

(d) Terman

278. The distinction between moral and ethical instruction could be made as follows:

(a) The morals emphasize knowledge and ethics stress performance.

(b) Ethics stress knowledge and morals emphasize performance

(c) Ethics are fast changing but morals are slow in change

(d) Morals are long standing but ethics are slow in change.

279. After sometime the child develops ‘the ego’ which represents

(a) Reasoning

(b) Rationality

(c) Reality

(d) All of the above

280. After taking over from other people certain socially accepted solutions of problems – from parents and teachers. Child develop

(a) The Id

(b) The ego

(c) The super ego

(d) None of these

281. We have to learn values compatible with society is/are

(a) Values

(b) Attitude

(c) Developmental stage

(d) Both a & b

282. The third aim of education reflects the importance of

(a) Socialization

(b) Social aim in education

(c) Individual aim

(d) Both a & b

283. What should characterize a person who is educated that

(a) Technically efficient

(b) He is socially acceptable

(c) Personally well adjusted

(d) All of the above

284. Erikson ties physical growth more closely to certain

(a) Physiological events

(b) Psychological events

(c) Social events

(d) Cultural events

285. The personality of an individual is

(a) A psychological term for his character

(b) A dynamic and a continuous process

(c) A fixed state of one’s behaviour

(d) A concept developed by psychologists

286. Who says that the individual’s ‘Id’ is socialized in the framework of t he family and in the wider social setting.

(a) E.H. Eriksons

(b) Moore

(c) Linton

(d) Freud’s theory

287. The basic concept of personality is

(a) Super Ego (b) Ego

(c) Id (d) All of the above

288. Between the ‘Id’ and arbitrary society, represented in part by the

(a) Part by demands of the outside world

(b) Super ego

(c) Both a & b

(c) All of the above

289. Our behaviour is determined by such motives as

(a) Sleep

(b) Thirst

(c) Hunger

(d) All

290. Watson and Skinner are

(a) Behavioural psychologist

(b) Physical Scientist

(c) Physiological psychologist

(d) None of the above

291. Who studied the way in which the child learns about the world and the people in it?

(a) Watson

(b) Piaget

(c) Erikson

(d) Skinner

292. These intermined psychological and biological aspect of growth and development occur in a social and cultural setting that finally makes the

(a) The old

(b) The adult

(c) The baby

(d) None the above

293. According to psychoanalytical thinkers the process of socialisation is closely identified with

(a) Ego development

(b) Id development

(c) Super ego development

(d) None of the above

294. It is much better if discipline comes from control

(a) Within the student

(b) From the control of society

(c) From the control of teacher

(d) All of the above

295. Everyone of us has to learn

(a) Job roles

(b) Sex roles

(c) Age roles

(d) All of the above

296. ‘Child growth as proceeding through an organized sequence of stages divided roughly by age’ in view of

(a) Watson

(b) Piaget

(c) Erikson

(d) Skinner

297. Each child has to pass through a series of developmental crises’ the statement according to

(a) Watson

(b) Erikson

(c) Piaget

(d) Skinner

298. The child start with

(a) The Id

(b) The ego

(c) The superego

(d) All of the above

299. Human behaviour is determined by

(a) Society

(b) Sociogenic

(c) Biogenic

(d) Both a & b

300. The Id is

(a) Primitive unreasonable man

(b) Primitive reasonable man

(c) Developed reasonable man

(d) Developed reasonable man


251. (c)

252. (a)

253. (a)

254. (d)

255. (a)

256. (a)

257. (d)

258. (d)

259. (c)

260. (b)

261. (a)

262. (b)

263. (c)

264. (b)

265. (a)

266. (b)

267. (c)

268. (d)

269. (a)

270. (a)

271. (b)

272. (b)

273. (c)

274. (d)

275. (b)

276. (b)

277. (d)

278. (b)

279. (d)

280. (c)

281. (d)

282. (d)

283. (d)

284. (b)

285. (b)

286. (a)

287. (d)

288. (c)

289. (d)

290. (a)

291. (b)

292. (b)

293. (c)

294. (a)

295. (d)

296. (b)

297. (b)

298. (a)

299. (d)

300. (a)