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1. A child who gives many answers in response to a question resorts to the process of ______________.
a. Convergent thinking
b. Latent thinking
c. Divergent thinking
d. Critical thinking
2. Identify the correct order in the multi-store model of human memory?
a. L TM, Sensory register, STM, rehearsal buffer
b. Sensory register, STM, rehearsal buffer, L TM
c. Rehearsal buffer, Sensory register, STM, L TM
d. STM, Sensory register, rehearsal buffer, L TM
3. A type pf thinking which is aimed at solving problems or creating something
new is called:
a. Creative thinking
b. Autistic thinking
c. Directed thinking
d. Symbolic thinking
4. Which one of the following best supports the heuristic approach of problem
solving?
a. Trying different responses until one works
b. Following a rule that guarantees a solution to a specific type of problem
c. Applying solutions that were previously successful with other problems similar in underlying structure
d. Employing rules of thumb suggested by our experience that are often used to
solve problems
5. Which one of the following is not a secondary/learnt motive?
a. Achievement
b. Power
c. Hunger
d. Curiosity
6. ________________are enduring dimensions of personality characteristics that
differentiate a person from others.

a. Behaviour
b. Personality
c. Traits
d. All of the given options
7. In _____________________ defense mechanism, a person reverts back to a stage
that was satisfying.
a. Sublimation
b. Repression
c. Denial
d. Regression
8. Hunger, thirst and sleep are the________________.
a. Learnt motives
b. Primary motives
c. Social motives
d. None of the given options
9. According to ______________ theory, physiological changes create specific
sensations, and our brain interprets these sensations as different emotions.
a. James- Lange Theory of Emotions
b. Cannon- Bard Theory of Emotions

. Opponent- Process Theory
d. Activation Theory
10 ________________is the process whereby logical conclusions, inferences, and
implications are drawn by using a set of assumptions.
a. Statistical analysis
b. Deductive reasoning
c. Inductive reasoning
d. None of the given options

11) A correlation is a numerical measure of the__________.
a) Unintended changes in participant’s behavior due to cues from the experimenter.
b) Behaviors of participants of different ages compared at a given time.
c) Behaviors of participants followed and periodically assed over time.
d) Strength of relationship between two variables.

12) An adjustment in the lens shape in order to keep images in sharp focus is called:
a) lens-image inversion
b) top-down processing
c) Accommodation.
d) Optical adaptation
13)A researcher stops people at the mall and asks them questions about their attitude toward gun control. Which research technique is being used?
a) Survey
b) Experiment
c) Naturalistic observation
d) Case study
14)As Saadia is walking across the campus, a car swerves toward her. Her heart beat races and sweat breaks out as she jumps out of harm’s way. This mobilization of energy is due to the action of Saadia’s __________ system:
a) Sympathetic
b)
Para sympathetic
c) Somatic nervous
d) Skeleton nervous
15)What two categories of dream content did Sigmund Frued described?
a) Latent and manifest
b) Poetic and realistic
c) Delusional and hallucinatory
d) Literal and symbolic
16)In survey research method:
a) Existing data are examined
b) A control group is necessary
c) New data is generated
d) A sample of people are asked questions
17)A psychologist with a ______________ perspective focuses on how people know, understand, and think about the world:
a) Psychodynamic
b) Behavioral
c) Humanistic
d) Cognitive
18)The change that an experimenter deliberately produces in a situation is called:
a) The experimental manipulation
b) Randomization
c) Replication
d) The control group

9)The proper sequence of structures that sound passes when it enters the ear is the following:
a) Oval window, eardrum, stirrup, cochlea
b) Cochlea, stirrup, eardrum, oval window
c) Stirrup, eardrum, oval window, cochlea
d) Eardrum, stirrup, oval window, cochlea
20) The endocrine system is a______________ communication network that sends messages throughout the nervous system via the bloodstream:
a) Photo
b) Neural
c) Electrical
d) Chemical
21. The brain and the spinal cord comprise which of the following nervous systems?
a) Central nervous system
b) Peripheral nervous system
c) Autonomic nervous system
d) Sympathetic nervous system
22. The lobe of the cerebral cortex responsible for motor control and higher mental processes is known as the____________.
a) Occipital lobe
b) Temporal lobe
c) Parietal lobe
d) Frontal lobe
23. The band of muscles behind the cornea that gives the eye its color and controls the size of the pupil is known as the _________.
a) Sclera
b) Iris
c) Pupil
d) Cornea
24. The _______ theory suggests color vision depends on red-green, blue-yellow, and black-white processes in the brain. It suggests that the receptor cells are linked in pairs and they work in opposition to each other.
a) Figure-ground
b) Trichromatic
c) Photopigment
d) Opponent-process
25. Which of the following glands abnormal secretion result in a condition called “cretinism”?
a) Parathyroid gland
b) Thyroid gland
c) Pancreas
d) Gonads
26. What is conduction deafness?
a) Hearing loss due to failure of the auditory nerve
b) Hearing loss due to problems with the bones of themiddle ear
c) Hearing loss due to failure of the visual nerve
d) Hearing loss due to problems with the bones of the outer ear
27. Who will be interested to study how cognitions are acquired and used in various groups and institutional settings?
a) Anthropologists
b) Computer scientist
c) Sociologists
d) Geeks
28. ___________ refers to the degree of stability or change across the life span.
a) Temporal aspects
b) Situational aspects
c) Environmental aspects
d) Spatial aspects
29. Who developed REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy)?
a) George Kelly
b) John Dollard
c) Albert Ellis
d) Neal Miller
30. In which of the following stage, OEDIPUS COMPLEX is observed?
a) Oral stage
b) Anal stage
c) Phallic stage
d) Genital stag

31. The duration of iconic memory is _______ than echoic memory, but its capacity is probably ________.
1) Longer; larger
2) Shorter; about the same
3) shorter; smaller
4) Longer; about the same

32. Which memory system provides us with a very brief representation of all the stimuli present at a particular moment?
1) Sensory memory
2) Short-term memory
3) Long-term memory
4) Primary memory
33. The ability to produce solutions to problems that are unusual, inventive, novel, and appropriate is called ________________.
Insight
Creativity
Heuristics
Latent learning
34. __________of the following perspectives would be associated with free will

Behavioral
Psychodynamic
Biological
Humanistic
35. In the statement “Critical thinking requires reasoned judgments,” the word reasoned means __________________.
Giving it a lot of thought
Seeing one side of an argument very clearly
Focusing on opinion
Logical and well thought out
3 6. The correct formula for determining IQ as used in Stanford - Binet test was ____________.
 MA/CA
MA/DA × 100
CA/MA × 100
MA/CA ×100
37. Critical thinking means making judgments based on ________________.
Emotion
Authority and expertise
Keeping a closed mind
Reason and logical evaluation
38. The behavioral treatment approaches assume that abnormal behavior is ____________
Learned
A function of dysfunctional cognitions
A consequence of restricted growth potential
The result of a biological dysfunction
39. The therapy based upon __________ theory is too time consuming and therefore expensive.
Psychodynamic
Psycho social
Trait
None of the given options

40. What is one similarity shared by clinical psychologists and psychiatrists?
They diagnose and treat people experiencing behavioral and emotional problems.
They have the same training experiences after college
They view abnormal behaviors as arising from the same causes.
They obtain the same graduate degree

        Ì        Fill in the blanks…..

41. Impression formation is the process by which an individual organizes information about another individual to form an overall impression of that person.

42. Learning the experiences through modeling and imitation is known as Observational learning”.

43. Bipolar disorder is a combination of depression and Mania.

44. Major depression is previously known as“melancholia”.

45. Claustrophobia is known as fear ofclosed spaces.

        Ì        Choose the one best option.
46. American Psychological Association has ___________ divisions.
1. 55
2. 65
3. 54
4. 45
4 7.__________ version of DSM was published in 2000 .
1. DSM III
2. DSM IV
3. DSM IV TR
4. DSM II
48._____________ contributions began with the revolutionary changes at the La Bicetre hospital in Paris.
1.Philippe Pinel
2. Galen
3. Plato
4. Mesmer
49. Hierarchical theory of intelligence is consists of ________ levels.
1. 3
2. 4
3. 5
4. 6
50. According to Sternberg theory, intelligence has three components which component is not a part of this theory.
1. Analytic intelligence
2. Crystalline intelligence
3. Practical intelligence
4. Creative intelligence

51. Galton considered intelligence to be _____________________.
a. Not heritable
b. Similar between most people
c. A property of our nervous system or hereditary
d. The product of social differences
52. If a man experiences chest pains while at a department store, and later experiences anxiety attacks when visiting department stores, this can be explained by what type of learning?
a. Operant
b. Classical conditioning
c. Observational
d. Vicarious
53. Who proposed that a power similar to magnetism existed in humans?
a. Franz Friedrich Anton Mesmer
b. Philippe pinel
c. Galen
d. Plato
54. Social phobia is characterized by _____.
a. A fear of people
b. A fear of rejection
c. A fear of social situations
d. A fear of social isolation
55. Who was the founder of REBT?
a. Allbert Ellis
b. Aron beck
c. Albert Einstein
d. Aron Feldr
56. Which one is NOT a type of schizophrenia?
a. Disorganized type
b. Catatonic type
c. Paranoid type
d. Differentiated type
57. Which model of psychotherapy consists of Systematic de-sensitization and contingency management?
a. Biological
b. Family and couples.
c. Behavioral
d. Cognitive
58. Name the concept when there is a feeling of integration between the self and ideal self.
a. Empathy
b. Respect
c. Congruence
d. Genuineness
59. When our initial perception about a person is positive then we tend to expect that same person has other positive characteristics too is known as ___________.
a. Hallo effect
b. Social influence
c. Hello effect
d. Positive effect
60. In terms of its causes and the factors affecting its course, bipolar disorder is most similar to which of these disorders?
a. Panic disorder.
b. Schizophrenia.
c. Substance use disorders.
d. Unipolar depression.
61) _______________Is a defense mechanism which refuses to acknowledge or accept anxiety provoking thoughts or impulses.
i) Displacement
ii) Denial
iii) Projection
iv) None of the above
62) Structures of consciousness, according to psychodynamic approach, are conscious, subconscious, __________ and unconscious.
i) Super conscious
ii) Hyperconscious
iii) Non conscious
iv) None of the above
63) The therapy based upon __________ theory is too time consuming and therefore expensive.
i. Psychodynamic
ii. Psycho social
iii. Trait
iv. None of the above
64) __________ described personality in terms of two major dimensions.

i.Cattell
ii. ii. Eysenik
iii. Adler
iv. None of the above
65) TAT is a __________.
i) Self Report Inventory
ii) Projection Test
iii) Perception Test
iv) None of the above
66) __________ was the first to use the term “Mental Test” for devices used to measure intelligence.
i) Galton
ii) Cattell
iii) Thorndike
iv) None of the above
67) Multiple Intelligence theory maintains that human possesses around __________ kinds of intelligence.
i) Two
ii) Seven
iii) Eight
iv) None of the above

68) Binet and Simon were________ scientists. They were the first to measure intelligence formally.
i) German
ii) American
iii) French
iv) None of the above
69) Cole and Hass gave the idea of __________.
i) Social Intelligence
ii) Moral Intelligence
iii) Emotional Intelligence
iv) None of the above
70) Available statistics show that majority of the people have an I.Q level between __________.
i) 75 - 115
ii) 80 - 115
iii) 85 - 115
iv) None of the above

71)The function of memory responsible for the initial recording of information is __________.
v) Encoding

Storage
vii) Retrieval
viii) None of the above
72) Information gathered by our visual sense is reflected by the __________.

i. Echoic Memory
ii. Iconic Memory
iii. Long Term Memory
iv. None of the above
73) __________ is a technique used to transfer short-term memory information into long-term memory.
i) Chunking
ii) Echoic Memory
iii) Retrieval
iv) None of the above
74) According to __________ information is remembered in terms of schemas.
v. Maslow
vi. John Jenkins
vii. Bartlet
viii. None of the above
75) MCI stands for __________.
v) Memory Critical Impairment
vi) Memory Coding Impairment
vii) Memory Cognitive Impairment
viii) None of the above

 

76 ) A process which is responsible for a stable and well-maintained state of internal biological balance is called __________.
v) Motivation
vi) Adaptation
vii) Metabolism
viii) None of the above
77) A motivation from within that energizes the person to satisfy or accomplish a goal in which no external tangible reward is involved is called __________.
v) Intrinsic Motivation
vi) Curiosity
vii) Extrinsic Motivation
viii) None of the above
78) ________ divided the emotions in three types as primary, secondary and derived.
v) Maslow
vi) Freud
vii) Mc Dougall
viii) None of the above
79) __________ has a dual function. Its functions are both arousing and alarming.

v) S.N.S
vi) P.N.S
vii) A.N.S
viii) None of the above

80) J.B. Watson talked about three main emotions anger, love and __________.
v) Disgust
vi) Fear
vii) Sadness
viii) None of the above
81. Galton considered intelligence to be _____________________.
a. Not heritable
b. Similar between most people
c. A property of our nervous system or hereditary
d. The product of social differences
82. If a man experiences chest pains while at a department store, and later
experiences anxiety attacks when visiting department stores, this can be explained
by what type of learning?

a. Operant
b. Classical conditioning
c. Observational
d. Vicarious
83. Who proposed that a power similar to magnetism existed in humans?
a. Franz Friedrich Anton Mesmer
b. Philippe pinel
c. Galen
d. Plato
84. Social phobia is characterized by _____.
a. A fear of people
b. A fear of rejection
c. A fear of social situations
d. A fear of social isolation
85. Who was the founder of REBT?
a. Allbert Ellis
b. Aron beck
c. Albert Einstein
d. Aron Feldr
86. Which one is NOT a type of schizophrenia?
a. Disorganized type
b. Catatonic type
c. Paranoid type
d. Differentiated type
87. Which model of psychotherapy consists of Systematic de-sensitization and contingency management?
a. Biological
b. Family and couples.
c. Behavioral
d. Cognitive
88. Name the concept when there is a feeling of integration between the self and ideal self.
a. Empathy

Respect
c. Congruence
d. Genuineness
89. When our initial perception about a person is positive then we tend to expect that same person has other positive characteristics too is known as ___________.
a. Hallo effect
b. Social influence
c. Hello effect
d. Positive effect
90. In terms of its causes and the factors affecting its course, bipolar disorder is most similar to which of these disorders?
a. Panic disorder.
b. Schizophrenia.
c. Substance use disorders.
d. Unipolar depression.
91. According to Hippocrates, Choleric humor is associated with the temperament of ___________.
· Cheerful and active
· Sad
· Angry and aggressive
· Calm and passive
92. The ability to feel what the client feels is called ____________.

· Respect
· Sympathy
· Empathy
· Congruence
93. ___________ is founder of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy.

· Aron Beck
· Albert Ellis
· Carl Jung
· Carl Rogers
94. ___________ is a neurotransmitter that plays important role in anxiety, arousal and learning.

· GABA
· Serotonin
· Epinephrine
· Glutamate
95. ___________ focuses on the unconscious forces that drive or motivate human behavior.

· Psychodynamic model
· Functionalism
· Structuralism
· Gestalt psychology
96. The process of constructing comparable, exposure and comparison groups is called__________________.

· Time series design
· Prospective design
· Retrospective design
· Matching
97. _________ gave the concept that human capacity for learning the language is innate.

· Jean Piaget
· Noam comsky
·
Stanley schacter
· Tolman
98. If reinforcement is withheld, response rate decreases and finally no response is shown this is called ____________.

· Negative rein forcer
· Extinction
· Punishment
· Positive rein forcer
99. The observer becomes a part of the situation and plays an active and significant role in situation, event, or context under study. This is called __________.

Participant observation
· Structured observation
· Naturalistic observation
· Field experiments
100.________, a French surgeon and anthropologist, discovered speech centre in brain.

· Paul Broca
· Philippe Pinel
· Galen
· Cabanis
101) Psychology is defined as the science of:
§ Sensation and perception.
§ Experience and mental illness.
§ Culture and group dynamics.
· Behavior and mental processes.
102) Who is considered the "father of psychology" by his establishment of the first psychology lab?
· Wilhelm Wundt
§ William James
§ Sigmund Freud
§ E. B. Tichener
103) Which of the following is considered the founder of the psychodynamic perspective in psychology?
§ Wilhelm Wundt
§ William James
· Sigmund Freud
§ E. B. Tichener
104) The behaviorists believed:
§ Psychology should emphasize the study of healthy people.
§ Psychology should only study observable and
objectively described acts
§ Psychology should study the self examination of inner ideas and experiences.
§ All of the above.
105) The psychological school of thought that stressed the whole or complete view of a situation was:
§ Structuralism.
§ Functionalism
§ Behaviorism
· Gestalt

106) According to this Psychological school of thought, to understand human behavior and thought, one must understand the unconscious mind and the key events that happened early in life that influence the unconscious mind. What is this school of thought?
· Psychoanalysis.
§ Functionalism
§ Behaviorism
§ Gestalt
107) Manifest content of a dream is:
· The obvious and apparent part
§ Hidden content.
§ Conscious part of dream.
§ Overt part of dream.
108) Who established the first psychology lab in the United States?
· G. Stanley Hall
§ William James
§ Francis Cecil Sumner
§ Mary Whiton Calkins
109) Edward Titchener used a method for studying the mind that became very popular during the Structuralist period. The method, called _____ required trained participants to report their conscious mental experiences to the investigator. For example, if a person was angry, they would report all of their experiences during the time they were angry.
§ Empiricism
§ Functionalism
§ Contemplation
· Introspection.
110) __________ is the school of thought in where psychology is defined as the study of the structure of the mind.
§ Functionalism.
§ Behaviorism.
· Structuralism.
§ All of the above.
111. Dr. Usman studies the diagnosis, causes, treatments , and prevention of mental illnesses. Which type of psychologist is Dr. Usman?
· a) Clinical psychologist
b) Developmental psychologist
c) Forensic psychologist
d) Health psychologist

112)Which one of the following models believes that behavior is motivated by inner forces over which individuals have little control?
a) Cognitive model
· b) Psychodynamic model
c) Humanistic model
d) Behavioral model
113. Which one of the following schools of thought focused on what the mind does and how it does?
a) Structuralism
· b) Functionalism
c) Gestalt
d) Behaviorist
114. Which one of the following drugs is a stimulant?
· a) Nicotine
b) Lorazepam
c) Barbiturates
d) LSD
115. Tahir often experiences intense feelings of anger and frustration. In order to cope with these feeling, he enrolls in a kickboxing class as an outlet for his emotions. Tahir's actions are an example of which type of defense mechanism?
a) Projection
b) Displacement
c) Repression
· d) Sublimation
116. Which type of learning process did Burrhus Frederic Skinner describe?
a) Classical Conditioning
b) Modeling
c) Observational Learning
· d) Operant Conditioning

117) ______________ refers to genetic composition of a person.
· a) Genotype
b) Phenotype
c) Monotype
d) None of the given options
118. In a correlational study, when one variable goes up as another goes down is
known as a _________________.

a) Positive Correlation
b) No Correlation
· c) Negative Correlation
d) Illusory Correlation
119. A researcher accessed information on the Internet from a series of surveys of women that was conducted during the 1970s and 1980s. The data were analyzed to examine changes in attitudes and behaviors over time. Which of the following method was used?
a) Participant observation
b) Case study
· c) Archival data
d) Field experiments
120) A researcher wants to study the effects of violence displayed in movies on children behavior. In this research violence displayed in movies is the ___________ variable as it is manipulated by the experimenter.
· a) Independent
b) Dependent
c) Confounding
d) All of the given options
121. John B. Watson believed that psychology should involve the study of _________.

a. Consciousness
b. The brain
c. The mind
· Behavior

122. A _________________ is a measure of how strongly two variables are related to one another.
a. Independent variable
· Correlation
b. Experimental effect
c. Dependent variable
123. A variable that the experimenter manipulates is called a(n) _____________.
a. Control condition
· Independent variable
b. Coefficient of correlation
c. Dependent variable

124) Observing behavior as it happens in real-life natural settings without imposing laboratory controls is known as the ______.
· Naturalistic observation method
a. Experimental method
b. Psychometric approach
c. Survey method
125. Who claimed that behavior is affected by positive reinforcement?
· B. F. Skinner
a. Sigmund Freud
b. William James
c. Wilhelm Wundt

126) A detailed description of a particular individual being studied or treated is called ______________________.
a. A single-blind study
b. A representative sample
c. A naturalistic observation
· A case study

127. The psychodynamic perspective was based on the work of ________________.
a.Freud
b. Watson
c. Gestalt
d. Wundt
128. Who was an early proponent of functionalism?
a. Wilhelm Wundt
b. Ivan Pavlov
c. William James
d. Max Wertheimer
129. Which of the following terms do NOT belong together?
a. Natural selection; functionalism
b. Psychoanalysis; unconscious conflict
c. Structuralism; observable behavior
d. Gestalt; whole

130. “The whole is greater than the sum of the parts” is a statement associated with the perspective of ______________.
a. Introspection
b. Gestalt psychologists
c. Psychoanalysis
d. Functionalism

131) A branch of psychology that studies the psychology in action at the workplace is known as which of the following?
Clinical psychology
Forensic psychology
Health psychology
Industrial / Organizational Psychology
132.
Which of the followings model focuses on how people know, understand and think about
the world?
Cognitive model
Behavioral model
Humanistic model
Psychodynamic model
133
Which of the following school of thought gave emphasis on the structure of
consciousness?

Behaviorism
Functionalism
Structuralism
Gestalt school of thought
134
Which of the following system is a chemical communication network that sends messages through out the nervous system via the bloodstream?
Endocrine
Neuron
Electrical
Central
135
During which stage of development, the Oedipal and Electra complex takes place?
The Latency Period
The Anal Stage
The Oral Stage
The Phallic Stage
136
Which of the following will happen where we stop the reinforcement and the behavior will be extinguished?
Generalization
Extinction
Spontaneous recovery
Shaping
137
Identify who among the following developed his system of psychotherapy called Client Centered Therapy.
Alfred Adler
William. H. Sheldon

Albert Ellis
Carl Rogers
138
The recording of the behavior of people or animals in their natural environments, with little or no intervention by the researcher is known as what?

Experimental research
Naturalistic observation
Manipulative research
Laboratory observation
139
When a detailed description of a particular individual is gathered, this sort of data collection is known as what?
A single-blind study
A representative sample
A naturalistic observation
A case study
140
The branch of psychology that studies how physiological and social changes take place over the lifespan is known as what?

Forensic Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Social Psychology
141. While maintenance rehearsal will help keep information in short-term memory for longer periods of time, it does not help transfer information into long-term memory. In order to get information into long-term memory we need to engage in:
A. Elaborative rehearsal
B. Maintenance priming
C. Chunking
D. Episodic rehearsal
142. In sensory memory, visual stimuli are held for a very brief time as _____ memories, whereas auditory stimuli are held as _____ memories.
A. Short-term; long-term
B. Iconic; echoic
C. Echoic; iconic
D. Long-term; short-term
143. Which of the following is NOT true of long-term memory?
A. It has unlimited space
B. It includes both semantic and episodic memory
C. It can hold information for unlimited lengths of time
D. It has about seven slots or chunks for information storage
144. People do things (like work) for all different reasons. Some work for money, some work for power, and some work for satisfaction. Internal motivation
that causes us to do something because we receive self-satisfaction is called:

A. Humanistic
B. Intrinsic
C. Socio biological
D. Optimum arousal
145. Which of the following is NOT a biological motive that operates within a homeostatic cycle (is not regulated by homeostasis)?
A. Sex
B. Hunger
C. Body temperature
D. Thirst
146.According to Piaget, children’s thinking develops through two simultaneous processes. Identify them.
a. Assimilation and accommodation
b. Assimilation and mental representation

. Mental representation and equilibrium
d. Equilibrium and accommodation
147Which of the following statement best describe Erik Erikson?
a. He was an id psychologist
b. He developed a theory based on social rather than sexual relationships
c. He described archetypes
d. He gave the concept of basic anxiety
148) Which of the followings are the branch-like structures that receive messages from other neurons?
a. Nerve bundles
b. Axons
c. Dendrites
d. Synapses
149) The peripheral nervous system consists of __________________.
a. The spinal cord and autonomic system
b. All nerves in the brain and the spinal cord
c. The brain and the autonomic system
d. All the nerve cells that are not in the brain and spinal cord
150) The fovea is made up of what?
a. All cones and no rods
b. Mostly cones with some rods
c. All rods and no cones
d. Mostly rods with some cones

 

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