Q1. Skinner’s Theory of learning is centered on the principle of-
Q2. Who introduced the Factor analysis?
Q3. Which type of theory is Charles Spearman’s Theory of intelligence?
(a) group factor theory
(b) multifactor theory
(c) two factor theory
(d) unifactor theory
Q4. Vygotsky proposed that child development is-
(a) a product of formal education
(b) due to genetic components of a culture
(c) a product of social interaction
(d) a product of assimilation and accommodation
Q5. Which one of the following is the best technique of teaching at primary stage?
(a) game teaching
(b) practical training
(d) black board and chalk training
Q6. A concrete description of the way in which the subject moves around in the problem space is represented by-
(a) problem solution graph
(b) problem graph
(c) problem space graph
(d) problem behavior graph
Q7. Which of the following motives are considered as primary motives?
(a) psychological motives
(b) social motives
(c) educational motives
(d) physiological motives
Q8. Self-study habit can be developed in children by-
(a) making new literature available
(b) giving your own example
(c) citing examples of great people
(d) giving lecture on self-study
Q9. An important aspect of motives is that-
(a) they can be observed directly
(b) they are inferences from behavior
(c) they cannot be observed directly
(d) all of these
Q10. Which of the following is not a type of hearing loss?
(b) Conductive hearing loss
(c) Mixed hearing loss
(d) Sensory neural