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REVIEWER IN GENPSYCH

1. Which of the following area of


psychology involves the study of
symptoms and etiology of mental
disorders?
A. Abnormal psychology
B. Developmental psychology
C. Industrial psychology
D. Forensic psychology
E. True for A and B
2. This approach emphasized the
inherited predispositions and
physiological processes to explain
individual differences in
personality.
A. Behavioral Approach
B. Neuroscience Approach
C. Humanistic Approach
D. Psychoanalytic Approach
3. Sigmund Freud developed the
psychoanalytic perspective of
human behaviour which states that
_____________.
A. our behaviour is motivated
by the environment
B. our behaviour is
motivated by the
unconscious mind
C. our behaviour is motivated
by our ability to perceive
things
D. our behaviour is motivated
by our ability to adapt to
sensations
4. Dado is asked to go through the
process of introspection. In the
experiment, he describes the taste
of an unripe mango. What
particular type of a psychologist
would realize Dados experience
with the mango?
A. Behaviourists
B. Functionalists
C. Psychoanalyst
D. Structuralists
5. The school of psychology that
emphasizes the use or functions of
the mind rather than elements of
experience likewise making
psychology a habit.
A. Behaviourism

B. Functionalism
C. Gestalt psychology
D. Structuralism
6. Dianne, a BSBA student, motivates
children to eat vegetables despite
its uninviting taste by giving them
toys. What school of psychology is
used by Dianne?
A. Behaviourism
B. Functionalism
C. Gestalt
D. Structuralism
7. The division of the nervous system,
which consist of the brain and the
spinal cord is referred to as the
_____________.
A. Autonomic Nervous System
B. Central Nervous System
C. Peripheral Nervous System
D. Somatic Nervous System
8. Which of the following regulates
the bodys responses to stress such
as our fight or flight reactions to
emergency cases?
A. Pituitary
B. Gonads
C. Adrenal
D. Thyroid
9. Which of the following refers to the
hindbrain structure that regulates
the sleep-wake cycle?
A. Cerebrum
B. Hypothalamus
C. Pons
D. Thalamus
10. This is the branch of autonomic
nervous system that calms the
body after stress.
A. Central
B. Parasympathetic
C. Peripheral
D. Sympathetic
11. Which of the following parts of a
Neuron is responsible for carrying
impulse away from the cell body?
A. Axons
B. Dendrites
C. Myelin sheath
D. Synapse
12. This gland regulates other
endocrine glands and is often
referred to as the master.

A. Cerebral cortex
B. Hypothalamus
C. Pituitary gland
D. Reticular formation
13. How do you call a complete group
of organisms from which a sample
is taken?
A. Population
B. Random sample
C. Sample
D. Stratified sample
14. This is the lobe of the cerebral
cortex that lies in front of the
central fissure.
A. Frontal lobe
B. Occipital lobe
C. Parietal lobe
D. Temporal lobe
15. Which of the following are the two
components of the Central nervous
System?
A. Brain and peripheral
nervous system
B. Nerves and aortas
C. Spinal cord and brain
D. Spinal cord and aortas
16. The long, thin part of a neuron that
transmits impulses to other
neurons from terminal buttons is
called _____________.
A. Axon
B. Dendrites
C. Glial cells
D. Neuron
17. This is the new brain that
contains four lobes and is
responsible for sophisticated
information processing.
A. Cerebral cortex
B. Forebrain
C. Hippocampus
D. Hypothalamus
18. Some people experience road
range as a result of blocking or
thwarting of some goal-directed or
ongoing behaviour. This type of
stressor is called
__________________.
A. Frustrations
B. Role expectations
C. Aggression
D. Altruistic behavior

19. Which of the following


Psychosexual stages begins from 018 months old and centers around
the erogenous zone in the mouth?
A. Oral stage
B. Phallic stage
C. Anal stage
D. Genital stage
20. In the case of an individual who is
interested in determining the
variables of behaviour and the
ability to exercise precise control
over variables, which of the
following methods is appropriate?
A. Correlational method
B. Experimental method
C. Observational method
D. Survey method
21. Which of the following theories
states that the entire basilar
membrane responds to a sound,
vibrating more or less depending
on the nature of the sound?
A. Frequency theory
B. Olfaction theory
C. Otoliths theory
D. Place theory
22. Marie witnessed a car accident.
When she approached the victim of
the accident, she went into a state
of panic. She was sweating, and
her heart was racing. Her biological
state resulted from the activation
of what division of the nervous
system?
A. Central
B. Parasympathetic
C. Sympathetic
D. Efferent
23. Which of the following is the
metabolic center of neurons and is
responsible for the processing of
information?
A. Axon
B. Dendrites
C. Neural transmission
D. Soma
24. These are the tiny gaps between
the internal buttons of one neuron
to the dendrites of another.
A. Interneurons
B. Soma

C. Synapse
D. Terminal buttons
25. Oliver is a serial killer charged with
multiple murders. The court is
interested with his psychological
profile. Who among the following
should the court ask to assess and
testify about his psychological
state?
A. Clinical psychologist
B. Consumer/Business
psychologist
C. Legal/ Forensic
psychologist
D. Personality psychologist
26. Which of the following methods of
scientific investigation involves
taking large sample of peoples
answers about their attitudes and
behaviour?
A. Correlational method
B. Experimental method
C. Naturalistic observation
D. Survey method
27. Mary Ann wants to investigate
whether people find comedy
funnier if alone or with others.
What kind of method can she use?
A. Correlational
B. Experimental
C. Observation
D. Survey
28. In the statement, In order to study
human behavior, we must consider
the whole of perception rather than
its component parts, the
perspective being referred to is
_______________.
A. Humanistic perspective
B. Gestalt perspective
C. Psychoanalytic perspective
D. Structuralism perspective
29. This neurotransmitter is likely
involved in sleep and dreaming.
A. Acetylcholine
B. Dopamine
C. Gamma-Amino-Butyric
acid
D. Serotonin
30. To which do the three middle ear
bones transmit their sound?
A. Auditory canal

B. Oval window
C. Semicircular canal
D. Trunk
31. Which of the following
organizational laws explains the
concept of similarity to perception?
A. Elements similar in
appearance are grouped
together.
B. Elements close together are
grouped together.
C. Groupings are made in
terms of complete figures.
D. Patterns are perceived in
the most basic, direct
manner possible.
32. The transmission of messages from
one neuron to another by means of
chemical substances is called
_______________.
A. Gray matter
B. Neurotransmitter
C. Sodium-potassium ions
D. White matter
33. Which of the following schools of
thought in psychology is concerned
with past and childhood
experiences that determine
underlying forces in personality?
A. Behaviourism
B. Perspectives on learning
C. Phenomenological
D. Psychodynamic
34. This is a testable prediction about a
condition by which an event will
occur. _______________.
A. Construct
B. Hypotheses
C. Placebo
D. Theory
35. The part of the limbic system that
apparently facilitates stereotypical
aggressive responses and serves
as the emotional brain is
called________________.
A. Amygdala
B. Corpus callosum
C. Hypothalamus
D. Thalamus
36. This thought dwells on the
perception that people are free and
that they are responsible for their

own behaviour with the assertion


that we are conscious, self-aware
and capable of free choice.
A. Cognitive perspective
B. Humanistic-existential
perspective
C. Psychodynamic perspective
D. Sociocultural perspective
37. These carry messages towards the
central nervous system from the
receptors such as the senses.
A. Astroglia
B. Glial cells
C. Motor neurons
D. Sensory neurons
38. This occurs naturally in the brain
and in the bloodstream and are
similar to narcotic morphine that
reinforces a happy mood and a
sense of competence.
A. GABA
B. Endorphins
C. Norepinephrine
D. Serotonin
39. Which of the following statements
best describes the function of the
left brain hemisphere?
A. An 8-year-old child
exhibits exceptional
skills in Physics.
B. A man is diligently creative
in symmetrical positions of
furniture and wall designs.
C. A 5-year-old child can
arrange musical notes into
an exceptional masterpiece.
D. A man has the gift in
Sculpting, Sketching, and
other art forms.
40. The elements such as antecedent,
behavior, and consequences are a
triad that explains as to how a
person forms his beliefs. Which of
the following psychological
approaches includes this triad?
A. Behavioural perspective
B. Cognitive perspective
C. Humanistic perspective
D. Psychoanalytic perspective
41. The principles of psychological
research is best presented below:

A. In correlational research a
negative correlation states a
weak value of relationship
that is inversely forming
lines in a graph.
B. Observe and describe
behaviour that explain
causes is a descriptive
research.
C. Observe childrens
playing at the day care
center is true for
naturalistic observation.
D. Surveys gather unlimited
amount of information from
many people usually the in
the form of questionnaires.
42. The _______________ is involved in
the body temperature, motivation,
and emotions and composed of
bundled nuclei just above the
amygdala.
A. Corpus Callosum
B. Hypothalamus
C. Limbic System
D. Thalamus
43. These cells can be visualized as
having branches, forming trunks
and roots that are something like a
tree.
A. Axon
B. Dendrites
C. Glial cells
D. Neurons
44. The group in an experiment that
receives no treatment is called the
______ group.
A. Base
B. Control
C. Experimental
D. Placebo
45. Just as electrical wires have an
outer coating, axons are insulated
by a coating called _____________.
A. Axons
B. Cell body
C. Glial cells
D. Myelin sheath
46. When your body is in the state of
relaxation. What part of ANS is
responsible for this action?

A. Parasympathetic nervous
system
B. Peripheral nervous system
C. Somatic nervous sytem
D. Sympathetic nervous
system
47. Part of the forebrain that contains
the visual cortex to manage vision.
A. Cerebellum
B. Hypothalamus
C. Occipital Lobe
D. Parietal Lobe
48. Jedi is asked to develop a
management strategy that will
encourage safer work practices in
an assembly plant. What subfield of
psychology is responsible for this
issue?
A. Educational psychology
B. Industrial/ organizational
psychology
C. Personality psychology
D. School psychology
49. In nature-nurture issue, nature
refers to heredity and nurture
refers to _______.
A. Determinism
B. Environment
C. Free will
D. All of the above
50. When our nostrils and taste buds
stimulated, which energy we are
likely referring to?
A. Electricity energy
B. Chemical energy
C. Mechanical energy
D. Thermal energy
51. Vanessas therapist asks her to
narrate violent dreams she recently
experienced in order to gain insight
into the unconscious forces
affecting her behavior. Her
therapist is working from a ________
perspective.
A. Cognitive perspective
B. Humanistic perspective
C. Psychodynamic
perspective
D. Structuralism perspective
52. Dianne, a college freshman, is
worried about her grades. She
needs to learn better organizational

skills and study habits to cope with


the demands in college. What
subfield of psychology is applicable
to help Dianne survive the posed
issues?
A. Behavioral neuroscience
B. Clinical psychology
C. Counseling psychology
D. Experimental psychology
53. School of Psychology that believes
that behaviours and personality
can be determined through three
mental structures.
A. Associationism
B. Behaviorism
C. Gestalt
D. Psychoanalysis
54. The school of psychology that
determines the whole is greater
than the sum of its parts is best
observed from what thought?
A. Associationism
B. Behaviorism
C. Gestalt
D. Psychoanalysis
55. Which of the following
organizational laws explains the
concept of closure of perception?
A. Elements similar in
appearance are grouped
together.
B. Elements close together are
grouped together.
C. Groupings are made in
terms of complete
figures.
D. Patterns are perceived in
the most basic, direct
manner possible.
56. This field of Psychology illustrates
and usually examines the
impulsivity of buyers behaviour,
time interval of selecting products
need and wants as correlated to
race age, sex, and status in life.
A. Business psychology
B. Environmental psychology
C. Experimental method
D. Health psychology
57. What happens when two tones
sounded together that produce no

harmonious relation to one


another?
A. Complex sounds lead to
fusion
B. Complex sounds lead to
noise
C. Complex sounds may
extinct in timbre
D. Complex sounds may
extinct in loudness
58. If we are to explore the study of
behaviour in the laboratory and
studied under controlled
conditions. We are likely to employ
which method of investigation?
A. Experimental Method
B. Naturalistic Method
C. Statistical Method
D. Survey Method
59. How do the same notes differ from
one musical instrument to the
other?
A. This determined by
amplitude waves.
B. They differ in the brand of
instruments used to play
the music.
C. They differ in the number of
overtones produced.
D. None of the above
60. The parents of the child have to
decide who will receive custody.
Determine which branch of
psychology to consult that work
with state laws and judicial.
A. Educational Psychology
B. Comparative Psychology
C. Legal and Forensic
Psychology
D. Developmental Psychology
61. The railroad employee who became
a blast victim of rocks during the
1848 in an accidental explosion
that punched a 3-foot spike in his
skull and altered his personality
from hardworking to flighty and
often irresponsible is
______________.
A. Broca
B. Carl Wernicke
C. Phineas Gage

D. Sigmund Freud
62. My therapist is wonderful! She
always points out my positive
traits. She dwells on my
uniqueness and strength as an
individual. I feel much more
confident about myself. As if Im
really growing and reaching my
potential. The therapist being
described most likely follows a
__________ perspective.
A. Humanistic perspective
B. Introspection
C. Neuroscience perspective
D. Psychoanalysis
63. Emphasized the inherited
predispositions and physiological
processes to explain individual
differences in personality.
A. Trait approach
B. Biological Approach
C. Humanistic Approach
D. Psychoanalytic Approach
64. The _________________ is a
symmetrical left and right halves of
the brain that control the side of
the body opposite to their location.
A. Association areas
B. Hemispheres
C. Lateralization
D. Neuroplasticity
65. The emerging field of ______ studies
ways in which our genetic
inheritance predisposes us to
behave in certain ways.
A. Behavioral genetics
B. Evolutionary psychology
C. Genetic engineering
D. Neuroscience
66. Which of the following
organizational laws explains the
concept of simplicity of perception?
A. Elements similar in
appearance are grouped
together.
B. Elements close together are
grouped together.
C. Groupings are made in
terms of complete figures.
D. Patterns are perceived in
the most basic, direct
manner possible.

67. Light entering the eye first passes


through the ___________, a
protective window.
A. Cones
B. Cornea
C. Retina
D. Optic nerves
68. This is a part of the neuron that
acts as protective coat of fat and
protein that wraps around the axon
is ______.
A. Cell body
B. Dendrites
C. Myelin sheath
D. Synapse
69. In group of zebras, the ones who
run the slowest are most likely to
be eaten by lions, and so the ones
born to be fast are more likely to
live long enough to pass along their
genes. In this study, what method
is best to investigate the variables?
A. Culture
B. Experimental
C. Naturalistic observation
D. Survey
70. The emphasis in this subfield
theory in psychology that has a
conditioning effect from the
mechanism of rewards and
punishment and expectations of
other people toward a person is
___________.
A. Behavioural
B. Cognitive
C. Humanistic
D. Psychoanalysis
71. Effects of beer to aggression. In
this statement the independent
variable in this item is __________?
A. Aggression
B. Amount of beer
C. Effects of aggression
D. Effects of beer
72. Descriptive methods of research in
a structured or semi-structured set
of guide questions.
A. Case study
B. Experiment
C. Interview
D. Survey

73. The neurons receive information


through _______ and send
messages through ________.
A. Axons; dendrites
B. Dendrites; axons
C. Myelin sheath; terminal
buttons
D. Terminal buttons; myelin
sheath
74. The concept that behavior is
learned based on environmental
consequences of reinforcement and
punishment belongs to what
theory?
A. Appraisal
B. Classical Conditioning
C. Irrational beliefs
D. Operant Conditioning
E. Psychosocial theory
75. Which of the following
organizational laws that explains
concept of proximity of perception?
A. Elements similar in
appearance are grouped
together.
B. Elements close together
are grouped together.
C. Groupings are made in
terms of complete figures.
D. Patterns are perceived in
the most basic, direct
manner possible.
Phrases and statements are related
concepts. Choose the word that does NOT
belong to the group.
76. Function of the frontal lobe.
A. Judgement
B. Language
C. Memory
D. Sensation
77. Schools of psychology
A. Behaviourism
B. Biopsychology
C. Gestalt
D. Structuralism
78. Proponent of schools of psychology
A. Aristotle
B. Sigmund Freud
C. Wilhelm Wundt
D. William James
79. Rational behaviour

A. Crying because you lost


your wallet
B. Jogging to lose your weight
C. Laughing while watching
comedy film
D. Talking to an imaginary
friend
80. Branches of psychology
A. Clinical psychology
B. Educational psychology
C. Industrial psychology
D. Psychoanalytic
psychology
81. The _________ is an instrument used
to measure physiological responses
associated with answers to
questions.
A. Electroencephalogram
B. Polygraph
C. Spindles
D. All of the above
82. Which among the choices below
best describe a measure of
intelligence that takes place into
account of a persons chronological
and mental ages?
A. Achievement
B. Aptitude
C. Emotional quotient (EQ)
D. Intelligence quotient (IQ)
83. Pia relates and performs more, and
learns better through experiencing
a certain task than information
processing alone. What intelligence
is more developed from her?
a. Crystallized intelligence
b. Emotional intelligence
c. Fluid intelligence
d. Practical intelligence
84. Some psychologists make the
distinction between ___________
intelligence which reflects
reasoning, memory and
information-processing ability.
A. Crystallized intelligence
B. Emotional intelligence
C. Fluid intelligence
D. Practical intelligence
85. Your friend, a psychology major,
tells you I was at a party last
night. During the course of the
evening, my general level of

arousal increased. Since I was at a


party where people were enjoying
themselves, I assume I must have
felt happy. What theory of emotion
does your friend subscribe to?
A. Cannon-Bard theory
B. James-Lange theory
C. Schachter-Singer theory
D. All of the above
86. Henry underwent a major operation
that affected moderately specific
structures of his brain that have
major roles in the consolidation of
memories. His PET scan and fMRI
discovered what parts of the brain
likely were damaged?
A. Cerebellum and
hippocampus
B. Frontal lobe and amygdale
C. Hippocampus and
amygdala
D. Pons and medulla oblongata
87. This kind of intelligence is often
self-knowledge and the ability to
act adaptively is on the basis of
that knowledge. This intelligence
also includes having an accurate
picture of oneself like ones
strengths and weaknesses. What
category of multiple intelligences is
this?
A. Bodily-Kinesthetic
Intelligence
B. Intrapersonal
Intelligence
C. Music Intelligence
D. Spatial Intelligence
88. This concept explains reaction to
differences
a. Extinction
b. Generalization
c. Discrimination
d. Acquisition
89. When your learning is based on
attitudes learned from previous
experiences. This is called
____________?
a. Analogy
b. Associate shift
c. Mind set
d. Multiple response

90. In classical conditioning, a tone


which predicts a puff of air elicits
an eye blink. What is the eye
blink?
a. The Stimulus +
b. The Unconditioned Stimulus
(UCS)
c. The Conditioned Stimulus
(CS)
d. The Conditioned
Response (CR)
91. You had car crash accidents. Now,
all cars scare you. This experience
is called __________________?
a. Extinction
b. Discrimination
c. Secondary reinforcement
d. Generalization
92. What does positive refers to, in
term of positive reinforcement
from the choices below?
a. Pleasant emotions
b. Logical positivism
c. The scientists
assumption that the
procedure will increase
frequency of behaviour
d. The application or addition
of a stimulus to a situation
93. Word smart is Linguistic
intelligence; Technician is to
___________.
a. Body-Kinesthetic
b. Intrapersonal Intelligence
c. Logical-Mathematics
d. Spatial Intelligence
94. The forces that guide a persons
behaviour for in certain direction is
called _________.
A. Instincts
B. Homesotasis
C. Motives
D. Urges
95. Research comparing homosexuals
and heterosexuals clearly
demonstrate that there is no
difference in the level of
adjustment or psychological
functioning between the two
groups.
a. This is false.
b. This is true.

c. There are no evidences that


support the statement
above.
d. None of the above.
96. Pythagoras, Newton, Pascal,
Archimedes are famous
personalities excelled in their
fields. What category in multiple
intelligences they developed
exceptionally?
a. Body-Kinesthetic
intelligence
b. Interpersonal intelligence
c. Linguistic intelligence
d. Logical-Mathematics
intelligence
97. This reaction to frustrations is
expressed through verbally or
physically is ______.
a. Aggression
b. Apathy
c. Denial
d. Regression
98. What statement below is a fact
about Negative reinforcement?
a. Increases rate of
behaviour
b. Involves following a
behaviour with noxious or
aversive stimulus
c. Is a form of punishment
d. Requires an extinction
99. Which of the following is unlikely to
be a motivation for the act of rape?
A. Need for power
B. Desire for sexual
intimacy
C. Desire for sexual
gratification
D. Anger against women in
general
100.
How can
something intended as a punisher
actually function as a reinforcer?
a. If frequency of the
punished behaviour goes
up
b. If it comes too late after the
behaviour
c. If punishment is actually
desired by the child

d. If shaping is used
101.
A
psychology professor tells you,
Explaining behaviour is easy!
When we lack something, we are
motivated to get it. Which
approach to motivation does your
professor subscribe to?
A. Drive reduction
B. Glucostatic hypothesis
C. Homeostasis
D. Set point theory
102.
Men are
generally thought to enter a
___________ period after sex, in
which orgasm is impossible for a
period of time.
A. Excitement period
B. Plateau phase
C. Refractory period
D. Resolution phase
103.
This phenomenon of
learning occurs when a previously
conditioned response decreases in
frequency and eventually
disappears as an observable fact, is
called ______________.
a. Decay
b. Extinction
c. Reinforcement
d. Spontaneous recovery
104.
When
connection between situation and
response is ready to function it
becomes satisfying is
______________.
a. Active participation
b. Law of Readiness
c. Law of Exercise
d. Information feedback
105.
These
_________ are frameworks that
organize understanding of genderspecific information.
A. Gender expectations
B. Gender roles
C. Gender schemas
D. Gender super powers
106.
Generally
this type of conflict is difficult to
resolve whenever you are called to

choose lesser of two evils.


What type of resolution is
available?
a. Approach-Approach
b. Avoidance-Avoidance
c. Approach-Avoidance
d. Double/ Multiple Approach
107.
According
to ___________ theory of emotions
both an emotional response and
physiological arousal are produced
simultaneously by the same nerve
stimulus.
A. Cannon-Bard theory
B. James-Lange theory
C. Schachter-Singer theory
D. All of the above
108.
Practice
makes perfect refers to what law?
a. Law of effect
b. Law of exercise
c. Law of readiness
d. True for all
109.
This type
of conflict has two undesirable
situations one cannot avoid.
a. Approach-Approach
b. Avoidance-Avoidance
c. Approach-Avoidance
d. Double/ Multiple Approach
110.
This term
refers to the relative change in
behaviour that is a result of prior
experience.
a. Sensation
b. Perception
c. Learning
d. Consciousness
111.
In thinking and reasoning
phenomenon that facilitate
conclusions drawn from set of
assumptions and derive specific
implications of those assumptions
as being true in entity. This concept
is known to as ___________.
a. Algorithm
b. Concepts
c. Prototypes
d. Syllogistic reasoning
112.
Raj has
this kind of intelligence where his
brain has the ability to perceive

and interpret visual stimuli. In


other words, he comes with ease
process what he sees in a
remarkable gift. What kind of
multiple intelligences Raj has?
a. Intrapersonal
b. Linguistics
c. Music
d. Spatial
113.
Ms. Gele
noted that many of her students
perform well when there are
movements and drama activities
than essay tasks. Upon helping her,
in placing program studies attuned
to her learners need. She was able
to realize that MI areas of her
students fall under what category?
a. Arithmetic Intelligence
b. Bodily-Kinesthetic
Intelligence
c. Interpersonal Intelligence
d. Spatial Intelligence
114.
This theory
that is represented by a pyramid
that explains hierarchy of needs
and suggests fulfilling first more
basic needs in guiding behaviour.
The proponent of this motivational
needs structure is _________.
a. Cognitive approach as
thoughts behind motivation
of Piaget.
b. Drive reduction theory when
some is lacking drive is
produced of Lange.
c. Incentive approach
facilitates behaviours
through external stimuli.
d. Maslow in his ordering
motivational needs.
115.
A
productive mental activity refers to
the concept of __________.
a. Passive mode
b. Active mode
c. Agent of control
d. None of these
116.
We see
dreams as a form of _________ in
which metaphors and associations

help the dreamer perceived


problems.
a. Hypnosis
b. Reality
c. Problem solving
d. Relaxation during sleep
117.
Claude is fond of reasoning,
love experimenting, questioning,
figuring out logical puzzles, and
calculating. In MI concept,
someone who has this kind of
intelligence is also able to see
cause and effect really well. What
areas of multiple intelligence
Claude is categorized?
a. Interpersonal
b. Logical-Mathematical
c. Music
d. Spatial ability
118.
The
condition is characterized by
limited capabilities and functioning
both in intellectual, social,
practical, and conceptual adaptive
skills. This refers to ___________.
a. Down syndrome
b. Fetal alcohol syndrome
(FAS)
c. Intellectually gifted
d. Mental retardation
119.
This is the
ability to adapt to the environment
that involves basic mental process
and higher-order thinking like
reasoning, goal directedness,
achievement motivation, ability to
learn, or to perform abstract
thinking. This concept is generally
called __________________.
a. Intelligence
b. Logical-Arithmetic
Intelligence
c. Memory
d. Spatial Intelligence
120.
This
represents the initial stage of
information being process. The
concept is called ________________.
a. Encoding
b. Hard disk
c. Retrieval

d. Storage
121.
The person
who use the general factor (g) and
one or more specific factors (s) to
explain intelligence, is
________________?
a. Guilford
b. Thorndike
c. Thurstone
d. Spearman
122.
What
causes one to experience
frustrations?
a. Physical environmental
goals thwarted
b. Social environment
expectations
c. Individuals own limitation
d. All of the above
123.
This type
of conflict has two desirable but
mutually exclusive goals.
a. Approach-Approach
b. Avoidance-Avoidance
c. Approach-Avoidance
d. Double/ Multiple Approach
124.
When
phone rings, we usually answer it.
Skinner called this as __________
stimulus since we are not forced to
answer it.
a. Classical conditioning
b. Operant conditioning
c. Unconditioned response
d. Conditioned response
125.
When a
response is followed by a satisfying
condition that strengthens
connection which tends the person
to repeat the behaviour, is a
principle of _______________.
a. Law of Readiness
b. Law of Effect
c. Law of Exercise
d. None of these
126.
This
competes with our attention to
choose between two or more
options is _________.
a. Frustration
b. Conflict
c. Pressure

d. None of these
127.
Which theorist explains
behaviour through the concepts of
Reward and punishment in
learning theory?
a. Alfred Adlers
b. Abraham Maslows
c. Pavlovs
d. Skinners
128.
The concept of accidental
pairing occurs in what learning
theory understanding?
a. Operant conditioning
b. Classical conditioning
c. Defense mechanism
d. Fulfilling hierarchy of needs
129.
Client-centered therapy is
Rogers; Pavlov is
__________________.
a. Humanistic psychology
b. Operant conditioning
c. Classical conditioning
d. Transpersonal psychology
130.
This type of problem solving
brings the person closer to the
resolution of the difficulty or
problem. The concept is known to
as ___________________________.
a. Means-ends analysis
b. Mortality frame
c. Survival frame
d. Transformation problems
131.
Gender stereotypes seem to
be much less prevalent today than
they were several decades ago.
A. False, they are still
prevalent up to this
time.
B. True, theres complete
acceptance about the issue
on gender discriminations.
C. The DSM-IV TR brought back
homosexuality as mental
disorders.
D. All of the above.
132.
By drinking water after
running a marathon, a runner tries
to keep his or her body at an
optimal level of functioning. This
process is called ___________.
A. Homeostasis
B. Intrinsic

C. Instincts
D. Lower-order needs
133.
According to Maslow a
person with no job, no home, and
no friends can become selfactualized.
A. This is true.
B. This is false.
C. The theory is limited to
explain it.
D. The theory is stereotyping
people.
134.
This is the ability to
generate unusual however, is able
to produce appropriate responses
to questions or tasks is called
___________________.
a. Convergent thinking
b. Divergent thinking
c. Problem-solving
d. Reasoning
135.
I feel sad because I am
crying. This is an example of what
theory in emotion?
a. Cannon-Bard theory
b. James-Lange theory
c. Schachter-Singer theory
d. All of the above
136.
When a therapist asked you
to avoid the B.I. (bad influences)
peers. The therapist used what
theory?
a. Psychoanalyst theory
b. Psychodynamic theory
c. Behavioral theory
d. Humanistic theory
137.
The smallest unit of speech
is called ______.
a. Babble
b. Grammar
c. Phonemes
d. Syntax
138.
Which of the following STIs
is the most widespread?
A. Genital herpes
B. Gonorrhoea
C. Chlamydia
D. Syphilis
139.
These are regarded as
feelings that generally have both
physiologic and cognitive elements

that influences behaviour is known


to as ________________.
a. Emotions
b. Intelligence
c. Incentives
d. Motivations
140.
This Russian psychologist
used dogs to demonstrate concept
of digestion and salivations from
conditioning stimulus. He is
__________________?
a. Bandura
b. Lev Vgotsky
c. Pavlov
d. Skinner
141.
Edgar Allen Poe, Earnest
Hemmingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald,
Agatha Christie, and Rudyard
Kipling. The personalities
mentioned were exceptionally
prominent in what areas of Multiple
Intelligence?
a. Interpersonal
b. Intrapersonal
c. Kinesthetic
d. Linguistics
142.
One of the early contributor
who expanded the first crude
mental test to describe verbal
characteristics as associated with
various levels of idiocy. He is
______________.
a. Cattell
b. Esquirol
c. Galton
d. Weber and Fechner
143.
In Abraham Maslows
concept of motivation the peak of
the need hierarchy is _________.
a. Esteem Need
b. Love and need to belong
c. Physiological needs
d. Self-Actualization
144.
This technique helps you
avoid memory decay and
strengthen association of stimuli
that particularly group meaningful
details stored as a unit in shortterm memory. This concept is
called ________________.
a. Chunking
b. Memory

c. Rehearsal
d. Sensory memory
145.
This concept refers to the
organized bodies of information
stored in memory that usually bias
the way we interpret, store or recall
information. This is called
_____________.
a. Decay
b. False memories
c. Flashbulb memories
d. Schemas
146.
The question-type: MMDA
is to pedestrians as clinical
psychologist is to __________. Is an
example of what kind of problemsolving technique?
a. Arrangement problems
b. Judgement
c. Problems of inducting
structure
d. Transforming problems
147.
I help an elderly person
cross the street because doing a
good deed makes me feel good.
What type of motivation is at work
here?
A. Extrinsic motivation
B. Intrinsic motivation
C. Self-actualization
D. Urges
148.
Julio is the type of the
person who constantly strives for
excellence. He feels intense
satisfaction when he is able to
master a new task. Julio most likely
has a high need for __________.
A. Achievement
B. Affiliation
C. Control
D. Power
149.
What type of motivation
would be at work here if I were to
help an elderly man cross the
street because he paid me P20.00?
A. Extrinsic motivation
B. Intrinsic motivation
C. Self-actualization
D. Urges
150.
According to __________
theory of emotions states that
emotions are a response to

instinctive bodily events. Which


theory best describe this
explanations?
A. Canon-Bard theory
B. James-Lange theory
C. James Watson theory
D. Schachter-Singer theory
151.
He defined intelligence from
different areas like existentially
gifted, spiritually talented,
musically inclined and many more.
The proponent of these
explanations in areas of
intelligence is ______.
a. Gardner
b. Kirby, Das, and Naglieri
c. Thorndike
d. Spearman
152.
Humans and animals have
the ability to use symbols arranged
systematically to transpire
information and facilitate
communications. This cognitive
ability is described as _____.
a. Language
b. Learning
c. Reasoning
d. Telegraphic speech
153.
This IQ test does not
discriminate members of any
minority group is known to as ____.
a. Group Personality test
b. Culture-Fair IQ test
(CFIT)
c. Raven Progressive Matrices
test (RPM)
d. Wechsler Adult Intelligence
test (WAIS)
154.
The part of the brain that is
responsible for monitoring human
food intake and acts as feeding
center is called ______________.
a. Cranial nerves and
Cerebellum
b. Hippocampus
c. Hypothalamus
d. Hind brain
155.
Christine Jane is
experiencing severe eating
disorder. She oftentimes refuse to
eat and denies even her behaviour

is leading to a-skeleton-like
appearance.
a. Anorexia nervosa
b. Bingeing disorder
c. Bulimia
d. Purging disorder
156.
Which of the following is not
true about changes in sexual
behavior as a result of the AIDS
epidemic?
A. The use of condoms has
increased.
B. People are less likely to
engage in casual sex.
C. HIV infection rates are
dropping because most
unmarried people have
adopted abstinence.
D. The risk of contracting AIDS
may be reduced by
engaging in safer sex
practices.
157.
These __________ are sets of
societal expectations about what is
appropriate behaviour for men and
women.
A. Anatomical sex
B. Biological sex
C. Gender differences
D. Gender roles
158.
The _________ is the rate at
which energy is produced and
expended by the body.
A. Glucostatic
B. Homeostasis
C. Metabolism
D. Set point
159.
This facilitates the
mechanism to help ones
determine how people experience
and label emotions based on facial
expressions. This concept is known
to as ____________.
a. Display rules
b. Facial-feedback
hypothesis
c. Facial-affect program
d. Memory
160.
Miko believed that when a
new beahvior is acquired but only
demonstrated when an incentive is

provided. This cognitive process


suggests _________ phenomenon.
a. Analytical style
b. Latent learning
c. Observational learning
d. Relational style
161.
The repetition of the
information leads to entering ones
short-term memory augment
further recall of data. This is called
___________.
A. Encoding
B. Rehearsal
C. Storage
D. All of the above
162.
Which hypothalamus will
get affected when it stopped
working that may lead to one
refuse food intake and die in
starvation?
A. Lateral hypothalamus
B. Middle hypothalamus
C. Ventromedial hypothalamus
D. None of the above
163.
Which hypothalamus was
damaged when it stopped working
that causes someone to extremely
overeat?
A. Lateral hypothalamus
B. Middle hypothalamus
C. Ventromedial
hypothalamus
D. None of the above
164.
Emotions are always
accompanied by a cognitive
response.
A. This is false. Emotions
may occur even without
cognitive response.
B. This is true. Emotions must
require cognitive response.
C. No data supports the
assumption but this is true.
D. None of the above.
165.
What are the six primary
emotions that can be identified
from facial expressions?
A. Anger, fear, sadness,
surprise, constricted, and
happiness,

B. Happiness, surprise, anger,


frowning, sadness, and
shocked
C. Surprise, anger, sadness,
happiness, disgust, and
fear

D. Surprise, sadness, anger,


disgust, smiling, happiness,
and fear