Section – Ais compulsory. All parts of this section are to be answered on the separately provided
OMR Answer Sheet which should be completed in the first 25 minutes and handed over to the
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Choose the correct answer A/ é TCTD by filling the relevant bubble for each question on the
OMR Answer Sheet according to the instructions given there. Each part carries one mark.
1) if you feel as if you could no longer deal with everyday events and that coping even with minor things
presented major difficulties, you should see:
A. A clinical psychologist B. An environmental psychologist
Cc. A community psychologist D. A biological psychologist
2) Which area of psychology is utilized in other subfields of psychology to conform these with scientific
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A Clinical B. Experimental C. Biological D. Social
3) To improve understanding of aggression, a developmental psychologist carefully watches elementary school children in their playground during recess for several days. This technique is an example of.
A. Naturalistic observation B. A case study
Cc. An experiment D. A correlational study
4) A political poll to determine voter preferences before an election is an example of.
A. ‘Case study B. A survey
Cc. An experimental study 0. Naturalistic observation
5) Which of the following acts as a relay station sending messages from the sensory systems to various parts of the brain?
A. Medulla B. Cerebellum Cc. Thalamus D. Hypothalamus
6) Which of the following regulates homeostasis as well as basic survival motivation such as eating,
drinking, sexual behavior, and nurturance of offsprings?
A. Medulla B. Cerebellum Cc. Thalamus O. Hypothalamus
7) The smallest intensity of a stimulus that must be present for a sense organ to detect it is called the:
A. Absolute threshold B. Signal detection
Cc. Differential threshold D. Noise of the stimulus
8) Which of the following is NOT a Gestalt’s law?
A. Closure B. Proximity Cc. Similarity D. Simplicity
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A. Closure B. Proximity C. Similarity Dd. Simplicity
9) Which of the following is a natural stimulus?
A Conditioned response 8. Conditioned stimuli
Cc. Neutral stimuli D. Unconditioned stimuli
10) When an aversive stimulus follows a particular behavior, that stimulus is an example of:
A Punishment B. Extinction of behavior
Cc. Negative reinforcement Dd. Secondary reinforcement
11) The form of memory that requires acknowledging that a given stimulus has been encountered before.
A. Relearning B. Recall Cc. Recognition 0D. Retention
12) Experiments have Shawn that when insulin is directly injected into the bloodstream, it.
A. Decreases the hunger B. Increases sleep
Cc. Decreases the glucose level D. Increases the protein
13) The need to establish and maintain relationships with other people is called:
A. The need for power B. The need for affiliation
Cc. The need for self-esteem D. The need for achievement
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14) The joy of a birthday, the grief of a funeral and the happiness of a wedding are excellent examples of:
A. Emotions B. Drives Cc. Motives D. Instincts
15) According to Freud, the part of personality that represents the morality of society through parents,
teachers and other important people is the:
A. Superego B. Ego C. Id 0. Libido
16) Which of the following tests was designed to reveal unconscious content?
A. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
B. Thematic Apperception Test
Cc. California Psychological Inventory
D. Edward’s Personal Preference Schedule
17) According to Cannon-Bard, which area of the brain is primarily involved in the determination of emotional responses?
A. Hypothalamus B. Pons C. Thalamus OD. Media
18) At which stage of memory verbal labels for objects first play a role in the formation of memories?
A. iconic memory 8. Short term memory
c. Long term memory D. Sensory memory
19) The rules governing the meaning of words and sentences are defined as:
A Grammar B. Phonology c. Syntax D. Semantics
20) A child with the chronological age of 10 is tested and found to have a mental age of 5. The child’s
intelligence quotient (1.Q) would be:
A. 200 B. 50 Cc. 100 D. 150
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1st-year Psychology Paper Sections B and C:
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me allowed: 2:35 Hours Total Marks Sections B and C: |
ITE: Answer any eight parts from Section ‘B’ and all the questions from Section ‘C’ on the separate
provided an answer book. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e. Sheet—B if required. Write your answer
neatly and legibly.
SECTION – B (Marks 40)
2 Answer any EIGHT parts. Be brief and to the point in your answers. (8×5 = 40
(i) Briefly explain the role of a clinical psychologist.
(if) Differentiate between naturalistic observation and case-study method.
(ii) Explain different types of Neurons briefly. –
(iv) Write a short note on the Autonomic Nervous System.
(v) Describe the functions of the middle ear.
(vi) Define attention. Enlist its objective and subjective factors.
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(vii) Briefly explain classical learning with the help of any two daily life examples.
(vill) — Highlight the basic difference between James—Laing’s and Cannon—Bard’s theories of emotions.
(ix) Briefly explain the Freudian theory of personality.
(x) How can personality be assessed? Write any one method briefly.
(xi) Write down the two basic rules of problem-solving briefly.
SECTION – ¢ (Marks 25)
te: Attempt ALL the questions.
3 Explain the functions of the Human Eye with the help of a labeled diagram. (12
4 Define Motivation. Differentiate between primary and secondary motives. Explain the physiology of the hunger motive in detail. (13
Give a detailed account of the measurement of memory.