1. Two levels

2. Three levels

3. Four levels

4. Five stages

5. Six stages

6. Eight stages

Answer:2 and 6

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Questions

1
Select one of the levels and one of the stages given below as envisaged by Kohlberg in the theory of development of moral reasoning :

1. Two levels

2. Three levels

3. Four levels

4. Five stages

5. Six stages

6. Eight stages

Answer:2 and 6

2
Which of the following is NOT a factor for poor academic performance among low socio-economic status students ?

Answer:Family size

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3
What are the attitudes, goals and strategies of Failure Avoiding Students ?

Answer:High fear of failure, very high or very low goals and self defeating strategies.

4
Hunger is caused by
I. Expectation of food
II. Deficiency of energy
III. Homeostatic disturbance
IV. Deficiency of Oxygen

Answer:I, II, III

5
Arrange the developmental stages of language given by Vygotsky in correct sequence, given below :

1. Potential concept stage

2. Vague syncretic stage

3. Mature concept stage

4. Complex stage

Answer:2, 4, 1, 3

6
A person while intrinsically motivated does not seek ____ when performing, choose the correct code :

1. Enjoyment

2. Reward

3. Challenge

4. Avoidance of punishment

Answer:2 and 4

7
I imagine becoming a renowned painter some day. I am engaging in

Answer:Autistic Thinking

8
The known stimulus elicits the ______ while the unknown stimulus elicits the _______.

Answer:Respondent Behaviour; Operant Behaviour

10
Which are the concepts mainly used by Sternberg in his theory of intelligence ?

1. Meta components

2. Performance components

3. Factor Analysis

4. Selective encoding

Answer:1, 2 and 4

11
While evaluating the personnel election programme, job performance was found to have a multiple correlation of 0.6 with the four predictors in the selection test battery. This means that the four predictors explain

Answer:36% variance in job performance

12
The standardized regression coefficient (β) in bivariate regression indicates

Answer:Change in Z-scores of Y when X scores change by 1 SD.

13
In a single group pretest-post test design, which one of the following statistical method can be best employed to evaluate the mean differences of pre and post tests ?

Answer:Repeated measures ANOVA

14
Ideas interfering with the correct solution of a problem fade during this stage of creative thinking. This stage is

Answer:Incubation

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