Q1. A child starts crying when his grandmother takes him from his mother’s lap. The child cries due to
(a) social anxiety
(b) emotional anxiety
(c) stranger anxiety
(d) separation anxiety
Q2. One of the identical twin brothers is adopted by a socioeconomically rich family and the other by a poor family. After one year, which of the following may be most likely observed about their IQ scores?
(a) The boy with rich socio-economic family will score greater than the boy with poor family.
(b) Both of them will score equally.
(c) The boy with poor family will score greater than the boy with rich socio-economic family.
(d) Socio-economic level does not affect the IQ. Score.
Q3. The students will able to recall the facts. In above statement, the given word ‘recall’ is called
(c) Action verb
Q4. Physical traits such as height, & hair, nose and eye colour are:
(a) primary qualities
(b) Hereditary factors
Q5. The statement ‘Men are generally more intelligent than women’
(a) is true
(b) may be true
(c) shows gender bias
(d) is true for different domains of intelligence
Q6. Before using secondary data the only thing to be seen is that they are
(a) adequate for the purpose in hand
(d) all of these
Q7. Knowledge represents the lowest level of the objective of cognitive domain. Which objective comes after it?
Q8. In order to avoid gender stereotyping in class, a teacher should
(a) try to put both boys and girls in non-traditional roles
(b) appreciate students’ good work by saying ‘good girl’ or ‘good boy’;
(c) discourage girls from taking part in wrestling
(d) encourage boys to take and be bold.
Q9. The factor that predominantly belongs to heredity is the
(a) involvement in social groups
(b) shape and colour of eyes
(c) thought process
(d) attitude towards others
Q10. At which age does a person undergoes the stage of trust versus mistrust as per Erikson’s psychosocial development theory?
(a) Birth to 1.5 years
(b) 1.5 to 3 years
(c) 3 to 6 years
(d) 6 to 12 years