“Teaching Aptitude/ Child Pedagogy” is one of the common in any teaching examination. This section plays a very important part in any teaching examination. This part contains approx. 30-40 questions depend upon the examination pattern that we can easily score only if we practice it on regular basis. These questions are not only for CTET Exam
but also for KVS, NVS
UPTET & STET also.So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.
Q1. The two main personality differences identified by Eysenck are
(a) extroversion/introversion and neuroticism/stability
(b) pessimism/optimism and sufficiency/insecurity
(c) extroversion/introversion and shrewdness/insecurity
(d) neuroticism/stability and optimism/pessimism
Q2. Erik Erikson’s theory is a good example of the ……………. approach.
Q3. Attitudes are…………. throughout life and are embodied our socialization process.
Q4. Who is called as father of Conditioning ?
Q5. Which of the following concept in the basic element of conditioned Response?
(a) Associative Reflex
(b) Association Response
(c) Stimulus effect
(d) Latency Response
Q6. When a child is asked that chocolate is not given to you, if you are telling-a-lie. This conditioning is an example of
(a) Non-reinforces training
(b) Discriminatory punishment training
(c) Escape training
(d) Discriminatory training
Q7. The meaning of word conditioning is
(a) Relationship between the stimuli
(b) Substitution of organism behaviour with another behaviour
(c) Accommodation with new stimuli
(d) Learning through exercise
Q8. Which one of the following is not associated with Classical conditioning ?
(a) Contemporary conditioning
(b) Delayed conditioning
(c) Trace conditioning
(d) Non-reinforced conditioning
Q9. Instrumental conditioning is also called as
(a) S-type conditioning
(b) Q-type conditioning
(c) C-type conditioning
(d) R-type conditioning
Q10. In which type of conditioning the reward is depend on the response ?
(a) Classical conditioning
(b) Instrumental conditioning
(c) Respondents behaviour
(d) none of these
S6. Ans.(a) Discriminatory punishment training: A discrimination of punishment contingencies appears to be necessary for a stimulus correlated with punishment to acquire control over its reductive effects.
Discriminatory training is the process by which animals or people learn to respond differently to different stimuli.
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