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What is Intelligence?
Give the concept of Intelligence.

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What are multiple intelligence identified by Gardener?


Explain the multiple intelligence as identified by Howard Gardner.
What are the principles on which multiple intelligence theory is based?
Explain different types of multiple intelligence as identified by Gardner.

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Describe Triarchic Theory of Intelligence.

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Describe PASS model of Intelligence.


Any intellectual activity involves the independent functioning of three
neurological systems. Explain with reference to Pass Model.
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What are different types of intelligence tests?


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Define any three tests of Intelligence.
Give a brief description of I.Q. with the distribution of I.Q. scores among
the population.
Define Aptitude. How is it measured?
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What is giftedness? How can a gifted person be identified? 5
The individual differences are the result of the interaction between
heredity and environment. Discuss.
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What is Self? Describe self-concept and self-efficacy in detail.

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What do you mean by Self-Regulation? Describe the techniques used to


regulate the self.

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What is self-regulation? What are the techniques through which self can be
regulated?
Describe Maslows theory of self-actualization.
What is Personality?

What are the different approaches to study personality? Explain any one
approach.
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Explain how projective techniques are used in assessing the personality.
Define personality as given by Allport. Explain Allports trait theory. 5
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Explain how Projective Techniques assess personality with reference to two


most widely used tests.

Describe Psychoanalytical theory of personality.


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Define Freuds three-fold concept of personality. Explain their functions.
What are stages of Personality Development? Describe the role of fixation
and regression in understanding the Psychosexual development.
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Explain Maslows theory of personality.

Define T.A.T. and Rosenwergs picture frustration (P-F Study) as important


projective techniques for the assessment of personality.
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Describe the concept of Normality and Abnormality:


What is abnormal behaviour? What are the criteria of abnormal behaviour?
What is Abnormal behaviour?
Give the Biological and Psychological causes of Psychological disorders.

Give a brief description of biological and Psychological causes of abnormal


behaviour.
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Describe biological and genetic factors in making abnormal behaviour.
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Write a note on classification of psychological disorders.

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What are the two systems of classification of Psychological disorders? How


does DSM system aid in the diagnosis and treatment of the patients?

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What are causes of anxiety disorder?


What do you understand by schizophrenia? Explain main symptoms of
Schizophrenic disorder.

What are mood disorders? Explain depressed and Bipolar disorders. 5


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What do you mean by Behavioural disorders?

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Describe behavioural disorders present in children.

Explain conduct disorders prevalent among children.

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What do you mean by Attitudes?

What are the characteristics of attitude?


Describe the components of attitudes.

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Discuss
different
factors
that
influence
attitude
formation.
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What are beliefs and their functions?
Describe the different strategies which help in overcoming the Prejudice.
What is Pro-social Behaviour? Explain the determinants of Prosocial
Behaviour
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Describe various types of Groups.


How do people obtain Obedience?

What is Statistics? Explain different types of Statistics. 5


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What are the steps involved in preparing the frequency distribution?


Arrange the following data in a frequency distribution using a classinterval of 5
72, 62, 84, 82, 67, 73, 63, 78, 81, 70, 76, 76, 75, 72, 86, 65, 71, 83, 64,
67, 77, 67, 61, 58, 54, 55, 56, 49, 47, 43, 44, 39, 36, 33, 29.

Compute median of the following data


C.I.
8589

f
2

8084

7579

7074

6569

60-64

5559

5054

4549

4044

3539

3034

2529

2____
N = 50

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Compute the Quartile deviation of the following data


C.I
8589
8084
7579
7074
6569
6064
5559
5054
4549

f
4
3
4
4
5
2
4
5
7

4044
3539
3034
2529

4
3
2
3____
N=50
Or
Or

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Distinguish between Individual and group tests.

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Define verbal, non-verbal and performance test.

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Describe experiential intelligence.

Explain the concept of Emotional Intelligence.

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Give a brief description of I.Q.

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What are the causes of mental retardation?


Discuss important characteristics of Gifted children.

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Explain the concept of Self-actualisation.

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Describe Eysencks theory of personality.

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Explain the structure of Personality as given by Freud.

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What do you understand by Avoidants personality?


What is concept of Gunas?

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Define the concept of Adjustment.

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Define stress and its types.

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Explain different sources of stress.

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Define Psychological and social stress.

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Define any two somotoform disorders.


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What are the biological causes of Psychological disorders? 3

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Define Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa.

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Describe dissociative disorder.

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What is delusion of grandeur and delusion of persecution? State with


which disorder these are associated.
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What is Yoga? Name the aspects of Yoga.

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Write a short note on Drug therapy.


What do you mean by meditation?
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What do you understand by occupational and therapy?

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What are the aims and goals of Psycho-therapy?

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Describe any two facilities used to manage mentally ill patients. 3

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Describe briefly Electro-convulsive therapy.

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Describe briefly the process of Meditation.

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Write a short note on Meditation.

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Describe Thematic Apperception Test.

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What do you mean by Fixation and Regression?

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Differentiate between Extraversion and Introversion. 3

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Define Interview and Observation.

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Give a brief description of stages of GAS model.

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Give a brief account of Primary and Secondary Appraisal. 3

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Explain briefly the components of attitude.

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What is an attitude? Give a brief description of components of attitude.


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Define Pro-social behaviour.

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What do you mean by Prejudice and discrimination? 3

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Differentiate between primary and secondary group.

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What do you mean by primary and secondary groups?

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Distinguish between Primary and Secondary groups. 3

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Differentiate between Primary and Secondary groups.

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Differentiate between Primary and Secondary groups.

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Define types of groups

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Differentiate between formal and informal groups.

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What is noise pollution?


Briefly describe Natural and Man-made disasters.

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What are the consequences of Poverty?

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Describe any two causes of Aggression.

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What measures should be taken to prevent female infanticide?

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How can you promote Pro-environmental behavior?

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How can you promote Pro-environmental behaviour? 3

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Describe any two motivational approaches to promote pro env. beh.


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Explain briefly the counselling skill.


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Write a note on non-verbal communication.

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What role does effective listening plays in the process of communication?


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Describe briefly two types of Communication.

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Define the concept of Mean, Mode and Median.

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(a) What is Reaction-formation .


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(i) What is self-esteem?

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(i) What is Adjustment?

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(i) What is stress?

(b)

Mention some sources of stress?


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(ii) Mention four stress management techniques.
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What is Panic anxiety disorder?


(d)

(iii)

Mention
symptoms
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(b) Define Depressive order.
What are Phobias?

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of

generalised

anxiety
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(iii) What is modelling technique


(iv)
(c)

Define Modelling.
Define Occupational therapy.

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(ii) What is meditation?

(iii) What is Yoga?

(a)

disorder.

Define Exercise and Bio-feedback as important stress management


techniques.
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(iv) Define Attitude.

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Define Social cognition

(v) What are Schemas?

(iv) What is Pro-social behaviour?

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(i) What is Pro-social behaviour?

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What is Rationalisation?

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(a) What arc Cardinal Traits?

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(ii)

Explain briefly Insulin coma therapy.

(ii)

What is free Association?

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Name the types of coping strategies.

(b) What is meant by Primary Appraisal?

(c) What is coping?

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(iv) What is Coping?

(iii) What do you mean by Partial hospitalisation?

(c) Mention four - faulty parent-child relationship.

What do you mean by Ex-patient clubs?

(d) What is Diathesis?

(d)

Define Prototypes and Stereotypes.

(e) What do you mean by transference?

(v)

What is Social identity?

(v)

What is Social identity?

(v) What do you mean by conformity?

(e) Define Discrimination.


(e)

What do you mean by Modelling?

(vi) What are natural and man-made disasters?

(f) What is Scape-goating?


(vi)
What is Compliance?
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(vi) What are the consequences of poverty?

(vi) What are the natural and man-made disasters?

What is a group?

(f) Give the examples of Primary Group

(f) Define Inter-group conflict.

(g)
Define Group.
(vii) What do you mean by crowding?
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(vii)What are natural and Man-made disasters?

(vii) What are the consequences of Poverty?

(vii) What is gender discrimination?

What is a Primary Problem?

(g) What are Natural Disasters?

(g)

Define Average deviation.

(h)
What is Public Distance?
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(viii) Define the term skill.

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(viii)Mention the measures of Central tendency.

(viii) What is range?

(viii) Mention the measures of Variability.

What are the steps involves in Communication?

(h) What is meant by Sports Psychology?


(h)

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What is Statistics? Define its types.

(i) Persons having I.Q. above 110 is considered as:


(a) Very superior
(b)
(c) Above average
(d)
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(i) Intelligence is the power of:
(a) Perceiving
(b)
(c) Questionnaire
(d)
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Superior
Average
Observation
All of the above

Fill in the blanks


(i) Howard Gardner has proposed .types of intelligences.

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Fill in the blanks


(i) The person with mild mental retardation has an I.Q. ranging from

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Fill in the blanks


(i) The concept of I.Q. has been given by

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Fill in the blanks:


(i) A person having superior
between

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Intelligence

has on
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l.Q.

ranging

Do as directed
Fill in the blanks
(i) Three components of Pass model of intelligence are

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and

Choose the correct/most appropriate answer and write it in your Answerbook


(i) Which of the following is a type of Intelligence test?
A. Verbal
B. Non-verbal

C. Performance test

D. All the above.

(ii) Behaviour therapy is ..


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(ii) The
reaction
to
external
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(ii)

stressors

is

called...(Fill

16 PE theory has been proposed by .

up)

(ii) The sexual attachment of a girl to his father and her desire to replace
her mother is 1
(ii)

are considered to be the royal road to unconscious.

(ii)

There are ..staged of General Adaptation Syndrome

(ii) Two types of appraisal of stress are ..and.


(ii)

How many stages did GAS model involve?


A.4
B. 2
C. 3
D.5.

(iii)

Write true or false.


Carl Rogers gave client-centered therapy
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(iii) Stress is not a factor that resides in the individual or the environment
(True/False)
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(iii) Gas model has .stages.

(iii) The stages of GAS model of reaction to stress are ..


(iii) The three stages of GAS model are .

(iii) The term behaviour therapy has been coined by.. 1


(iii)Prolonged stress affects a person physically as well as psychologically.
(True/False)
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(iii)Which of the following is a primary structural element of personality?
A. Id
B. Ego
C. Super-ego
D. All the above.
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(iv)
The tendency to act is known as.
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(iv) Who pioneered psychodynamic therapy?
(a) Carl Jung
(b) Sigmund Freud
(c) Carl Rogers
(d)
Carl
Lewis
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(iv) Group is an organised system of two or ..persons.


(iv) is the most indirect form of social influence.
(iv) ..is an example of a formal group.

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(iv) Moderate stress is necessary for good performance.

(iv) The major symptoms of a paranoid schizophrenic is delusion of


persecution and ideas of reference. (True/False)
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(iv) A Maniac becomes extremely active. (True/False)
(v) Which is not group influence process?
(a) Conformity
(b)
Compliance
(c) Obedience
(d)
Identification
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(v) ...wrote Yoga Sutra.
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(v) Dyad is a group of persons.

(v) Systematic desensitisation has been developed by ..


(v) occurs in all societies.

(v)

Modelling cannot be used to develop new skills.

(v) Members of a group have common motives and goals.


(True/False)
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(v) There are four major categories of focussing attention in meditation.
(True/False)
(vi) Write true or false:
In group and out group are major types of groups.
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(vi)Social facilitation is better performance in presence of others.
(True/False) 1
(vi) Family has a major influence in the formation of attitudes.

(vi) The expression of prejudice in overt behaviour is called.

(vi) The pre-conceive motives about various groups are known as


Stereotype.
(vi) Sigmund Freud pioneered psycho-dynamic therapy.
(True/False)
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(vi) The technique of systematic decensitization was developed by Wolpe.
(True/False)
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(vi) Pre-conceived
stereotypes.

motions

regarding

various

(vii) The infamous Bhopal gas tragedy


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(vii) People join groups for the reason:
(a) Security
(b) Status
(c) Self-esteem
(d) All of the above

groups
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was

are

occurred

called

(vii) Altruism is doing things or acting for the interest of others without any
ulterior motive.
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(vii) Likerts technique is called as Summated Rating Scale.
(vii) The attitudes are acquired.

(vii) Normative influence is based on the desire to be by others.


(a) Accepted

(b) Compliance

(c) Competition

(d) Unaccepted

(vii) Attitudes are:


(a) Acquired

(b) Innate

(c) Both (a) and (1,)

(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

(vii) Descriptive and inferential are two types of Statistics. (Title/False)


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(viii) Which of the components of communication?
(a) Attention
(b) Listening
(c) Reception
(d) All of these
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(viii) Crowd is a .of people
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(viii) Noise pollution can cause narrowing of attention.

(viii) Students taking Board Examination in Delhi would be referred to as a


group.
(viii) Conformity that results from external rewards or Punishment is
compliance.
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(viii) Poverty is a. problem.
(viii) Examples of a secondary group are:

(viii) People joined ....................to satisfy their needs. (Fill up)


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(ix) Communication is.
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(ix)
Any sound that is pleasant is called noise.
(True/False)
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(ix) People showing same opinions and values are likely to form a group.
(ix) The slums are the example of Primary Social Problems.
(ix) Poverty is a Primary problem.
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(ix) Attitudes are:
(ix) Slums and malnutrition are the consequences of:
(ix) The study of relationship between living being and their environment
is called
(x) Write true or false: Format interview is not the kind of interviews 1
(x) Communication is:
(a) Dynamic
(b)
Continuous
(c) Versible
(d)
Interactive
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(x) The measures that has absolute zero is called as scale.
(a)

Interval scale

(b)

Ordinal scale

(c)
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Ratio scale

(d)

Nominal scale

(x) The measures of variability are


(a) Mean

(b) Median

(c) Quartile Deviation (d) None of the above


(x) Standard Deviation is a measure of
(a) Variability

(b) Central tendency

(c) Measure of Probability


above
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(a) Primary

(b) Secondary

(c) Tertiary

(d) All the above

(a) Innate

(b) Acquired

(c) Both (a) & (b)

(d) None of the above`

(d)

None

of

the

(x) Psychologists job is to raise the morale of a sportsman. (True or False)


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(a) Political party

(b) Hobby club

(c) Recreation group

(d) All of these

(a) Poverty

(b) Crowding

(c) Noise

(d) None of these

(x) For communication to be effective there should be:


(a) Noise reduction

(b) Effective speaking

(c) Effective listening


(d) All of these
(x) Aggression is an .................tendency. (Fill up)

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