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PSYCHOLOGY

   

Paper

II

 

ekul'kkL=

 
 

iz'uif=dk II

Time Allowed : 75 Minutes] Note : This question paper contains

[Maximum Marks : 100 Fifty (50) multiple choice questions. Each

 

question carries Two (2) marks.

Attempt All questions.

lwpuk % ;k iz'uif=dsr ,dw.k iÈkkl (50) cgqi;kZ;h iz'u vkgsr- izR;sd iz'ukyk nksu (2) xq.k vkgsr- loZ iz'ukaph mŸkjs fygk-

1. The Yerkes Dodson law states that :

1. ;fdZl&MkM~lu fu;ekuqlkj %

(A)

performance is a function of ability multiplied by motivation

 

(A)

dk;Zfu"iŸkh gh {kerk vkf.k izsj.kk ;kaP;k xq.kkadkjkoj vk/kkfjr vlrs

(B)

to obtain optimal performance high emotional arousal is the most appropriate for relatively simple tasks

(B)

dek« dk;Zfu"iŸkh lk/; dj.;kdfjrk rq«usus lksI;k dkeklkBh mPp Hkkofud tkxj.k mfpr Bjrs

(C)

the third and final stage of general adaptation syndrome (in stress) is exhaustion

(C)

r.kkokrh« lkekU; izfr;kstu la«{k.kkrh« frljh o ðksoVph fLFkrh ^,D>kðku* vkgs

(D)

autonomic nervous system works both as activating and controlling system

(D)

lok;Ÿk psrk laLFkk fÿ;k izorZu vkf.k fu;a=.k gh nksUgh dkes djrs

2. What is the sequence of stages of General Adaptation syndrome (GAS) to stress ?

2. r.kkokaP;k lkekU; izfr;kstu la«{k.kkP;k vuqÿes ik;Ú;k dks.kR;k \

 

(A)

Hk;lwpdrkµ>qatµlerks«

(A)

alarm, fight, equilibrium

(B)

Hk;lwpdrkµdk;Zizo.krkµFkdok

(B)

alarm, arousal, exhaustion

 

(C)

alarm, resistance, exhaustion

 

(C)

Hk;lwpdrkµizfrjks/kµFkdok

(D)

arousal, approach, satisfaction

(D)

dk;Zizo.krkµmixeµlek/kku

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3. Which of the following psychologist’s theory is the basis for the well known personality test MBTI ?

3. loZifjfpr ^,e~-ch-Vh-vk;* O;fDeRo pkp.kh] dks.kR;k ekulðkkL=KkP;k flºkarkoj vk/kkj«h vkgs \

(A)

Sigmund Freud

(A)

flXeaM ›kWbM

(B)

Raymond Cattell

(B)

jseaM dWVs«

(C)

Carl Jung

(C)

dk«Z ;aqx

(D)

James McKeen Cattell

(D)

tsEl~ ed~dhu dWVs«

4. The way to make punishment more effective is :

4. fðk{kk vf/kd ifj.kkedkjd dj.;kP;k iºrhr ;kpk lekosðk vlrks %

1.

that punishment should immediately follow the behaviour it is meant to punish

1. T;k orZuk«k fðk{kk djk;ph vkgs R;kuarj rRdkˇ fðk{kk ds«h tkoh

2.

using an aggressive type of punishment such as spanking

2. vkÿed izdkjph fðk{kk mi;ksxkr vk.k.ks tls QVdk ekj.ks

3.

that punishment should be consistent

3. fðk{kk ns.;kr lkrR; vlkos

4. vkoMrh oLrw dk<wu ?ks≈u fðk{kk ns.ks

4.

punishment by removal of favorite object

vpwd mŸkj fuoMk %

 

(A)

1 vkf.k

2 QDr

(A)

1

and 2

 
 

(B)

3 vkf.k

4 QDr

(B)

3

and 4

 
 

(C)

1 vkf.k

3 QDr

(C)

1

and 3

 
 

(D)

2 vkf.k

4 QDr

(D)

2

and 4

 

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5. Two most basic units of speech are :

5. okpsrh« nksu eq«Hkwr ?kVd gs vkgsr %

(A)

ðkCn vkf.k O;kdj.kkps fu;e

(A)

Words and rules of grammar

(B)

dYiuk vkf.k ladYiuk

(B)

Ideas and concepts

 

(C)

Morphemes and phonemes

(C)

ekWjQhEl~ vkf.k QksuhEl~

(D)

Connotative and denotative

(D)

dksuksVsfVOg vkf.k MhuksVsfVOg vFkZ

meaning

6. th ekfgrh osnfud Le`rhrwu vYidk«hu Le`rhr ok vYidk«hu Le`rhrwu nh?kZdk«hu Le`rhr lkBfo«h tkr ukgh rh %

6. Information that is not transferred

from sensory to short term memory or from short term to long term memory is :

(A)

dk;eph foLej.kkr tkrs

(B)

vYidkˇ mi«C/k vlrs

(A)

forgotten for ever

(C)

dkgh rklkae/;s iz;RuiwoZd iqUgk izR;ku;ukus feˇork ;srs

(B)

available for short duration

(C)

can be retrieved back with efforts within few hours

(D)

tj Rojhr iz;Ru ds«s rj izR;ku;ukus ijr feˇork ;srs

(D)

can be retrieved back if efforts are done immediately

7. fx«QksMZ ;kauh R;kaP;k cqfºeŸksP;k lqizflº izk:ikrh« vkðk; (daVsV)] ;k Hkkxkr dks.kR;k xks"Vhapk lekosðk ds«k vkgs \

1.

vkœrhfo"k;d

7. his well-known model of

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intelligence in the dimension of content, Guilford has included :

1.

figural

2.

laca/kfo"k;d

2.

relational

3.

izfrdkRed

3.

symbolic

4.

Le`rhfo"k;d

4.

memory

(A)

1, 2

o 3

QDr

(A)

1, 2 and 3 only

 

(B)

2, 3 and 4 only

(B)

2, 3

o 4

QDr

(C)

1 and 3 only

(C)

1

o 3

QDr

(D)

2 and 4 only

(D)

2

o 4 QDr

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8. According to Eysenck’s biologically

8. vk;>sadP;k thoðkkL=koj vk/kkfjr O;fDreŸo flºkarkuqlkj cfgeqZ[krk gh [kk«h«iSdh dðkkðkh FksVfjR;k laca/khr vkgs \

based

 

personality

theory.

Extraversion is directly related to :

(A)

Sympathetic Nervous System

(A)

vuqdaih psrklaLFkk

(B)

Peripheral Nervous System

(B)

lhekorhZ psrklaLFkk

(C)

Parasympathetic

Nervous

 
 

(C)

ijkuqdaih psrklaLFkk

 

System

   

(D)

Central Nervous System

(D)

e/;orhZ psrklaLFkk

9. Spearman C.E.B. is known for his

9. lh- b- ch- fLivjeu gs R;kaP;k dks.kR;k dkeklkBh izflº vkgsr \

work on :

 

1.

fundamental ideas of factor

1. ?kVd foð«s"k.kkfo"k;h ew«Hkwr dYiuk

analysis

 

2. cqfºeŸkspk f}?kVdh; flºkar

2.

two factor theory of intelligence

3. cqfºeŸksps O;fDrxr lewg ?kVd

3.

individual group factors of

4. xq.kkuqÿe lglaca/k

intelligence

 

4.

rank correlation

 

vpwd mŸkj fuoMk

 

(A)

1,

2

and 4

only

(A)

1, 2

vkf.k

4 QDr

(B)

2,

3

and 4

only

(B)

2, 3

vkf.k

4 QDr

(C)

1

and 2 only

 

(C)

1 vkf.k

2 QDr

(D)

All of the above

(D)

ojh«iSdh loZ

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10. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :

 

10. lwph I o II ;kaP;k tksMÓk «kok vkf.k [kk«h« ladsru oki:u mŸkj |k %

 

List I

List II

 

lwph

I

lwph

II

(Research Method)

(Weakness)

(laðððððkks/ku iºr)

(=qVh)

P. Case study

1.

Findings may not be fully generalizable to real life

P. O;fDro`Ÿk 1. ðkks/kkaps [kÚ;k thoukðkh

   

vH;kl

lkekU;hdj.k

dj.ks

vo?kM tkrs

Q. Experimental

2.

Participants’ responses can be influenced by socially

Q. 2. lgHkkX;kaP;k vuqfÿ;kaoj lkekftd okaNuh;rspk

izk;ksfxd

iºrh

 

Method

 

desirable answers

 

ifj.kke gks≈

ðkds«

R. Observation

3.

Not suitable to study a very large number of subjects

R. fujh{k.k 3. eksBÓk la[;sr iz;qDrkapk

 

vH;kl ðkD; gksr ukgh

S. losZ{k.k

4. iznŸk

lad«dkP;k

S. Survey

4.

Inferences can be unreliable due to bias of the data collector

 

iwoZxzgkeqˇs

vuqeku

 

vfoðoluh; gksbZ«

ladsr %

 

Codes :

 

(A)

P-1

Q-3

R-4

S-2

(A)

P-1

Q-3

R-4

S-2

(B)

P-3

Q-1

R-2

S-4

(B)

P-3

Q-1

R-2

S-4

(C)

P-1

Q-3

R-2

S-4

(C)

P-1

Q-3

R-2

S-4

(D)

P-3

Q-1

R-4

S-2

(D)

P-3

Q-1

R-4

S-2

11. ,dk fofðk"V ekulðkkL=h; pkp.khlkBh Vh&Js.khps (e/;eku = 50, izek.k fop«u = 10) ekunaM vkgsr- iz;qDrkpk Vh&xq.kkad 40 vls«] rj R;kpk ðkredh xq.kkuqÿe fdrh vls« \

11. On a particular psychological test with norms in terms of T scores (mean = 50, SD = 10), a subject had a T score of 40. What would be his/ her percentile rank ?

(A)

16

(B)

34

(A)

16

(B)

34

(C)

56

(D)

84

(C)

56

(D)

84

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12. Eidetic memory can store :

 

12. vk;MsfVd esejhe/;s ;kph lkBo.k gksrs %

(A)

vivid visual images

(A)

Li"V n`d~ izfrek

(B)

vivid

images

visual

and

auditory

(B)

Li"V n`d~ vkf.k JkO; izfrek

(C)

visual, auditory and tactile sensations

(C)

n`d~] JkO; o LiðkZlaca/kh izfrek

(D)

n`d~ izfrek vkf.k R;kaps vpwd vFkZfo"k;d lkgp;Z

(D)

visual

images

with

exact

semantic association

 

13. Rensink’s coherence theory can explain change blindness using the following sequence of events.

13. jsufladP;k dksghjUl~ fFkvjhP;k vk/kkjs psat C«kbaMusl~ph dkj.ks [kk«h« ÿekus vk<ˇrkr-

1. n`f"V{ks=kojh« vfLFkj fp=hdj.k

1. Unstable representations extending across visual field

2. R;kp fBdk.kh vk<ˇ.kkjs uohu mÌhid ifgY;kaph tkxk O;kirkr

2. Newer stimuli at same location take their place

3. «{k dasfÊr dsY;koj ,dkp oLrwps lfoLrj o nh?kZdk«hu laLdj.k fuekZ.k gksrs

4. tsOgk «{k dk<wu ?ksr«s tkrs] oLrw

3. Focussed attention produces detailed and longlasting impression of one object

4. When focussed attention removed from object, representation disintegrates and returns to pre-focus stage

 

izR;fHkKku rqVd gksrs o vk/khP;k VII;koj

fLFkjkors-

 

;ksX; ÿe %

Correct sequence :

 

(A)

3,

4,

2,

1

(A)

3, 4, 2, 1

(B)

4,

3,

1,

2

(B)

4, 3, 1, 2

 

(C)

1, 2, 3, 4

(C)

1,

2,

3,

4

(D)

2, 1, 4, 3

(D)

2,

1,

4,

3

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14. Match List I with List II and indicate your answer using the codes given below the lists :

List I

14. lwph I o II ;kaP;k tksMÓk «kok vkf.k [kk«h« ladsr oki:u mŸkj |k %

 

lwph

II

 

(Personality

List II (Measuring instrument)

lwph I (O;fDreŸo vk;ke)

(ekiu pkp.kh)

Dimension)

P. vksiuusl Vq

 

1. EPQ-R

 

P. Openness to

1.

experience

EPQ-R

,fDLifj;Ul

Q. lk;dkWVhfl>~e 2. TAT

 

Q. Psychoticism

2.

TAT

R. Anxiety

3.

NEO-PI-R

R. v°≥~>k;Vh

 

3. NEO-PI-R

S. Achievement

4.

STAI

S. laiknu izsj.kk

4. STAI

 
 

motivation

ladsr %

 

Codes :

 
 

P

Q

R

S

 

P

Q

R

S

(A)

1

3

2

4

(A)

1

3

2

4

(B)

3

1

2

4

(B)

3

1

2

4

(C)

1

3

4

2

(C)

1

3

4

2

(D)

3

1

4

2

 

15. Match the terms related to attention with their descriptions, from the two lists :

(D)

3

1

4

2

15. lwph I o II ;kaP;k tksMÓk «kok vkf.k [kk«h« ladsru oki:u mŸkj |k %

List I (Attention related terms)

List II

(Description)

 

lwph

I

lwph

II

(vo/kku izdkj)

(o.kZu)

P. Selective

1.

Search for combinations

P.

fl«sfDVOg

1. eq[kkaxkapk

ðkks/k

 

attention

vVsaðku

Divided

of features and missing features

of

Q.

fMOgk;MsM

2. ekufld dk;kZps

Q. 2. Concentration mental activity

attention

 

vVsaðku

lagrhdj.k

 

R. Spontaneous 3. Multiple stimuli with

R.

LikWUVsfu;l

3. vusd mÌhidkadMs «{k ns.;kph lwpuk

 

attention

vVsaðku

S. Focussed

instructions to attend to all

S.

Qksdl~M

4.

vusd mÌhidkaiSdh ,dkaoj «{k dasfÊr

 

attention

4. Response to one among multiple stimuli

vVsaðku

(A)

P-1

Q-2

R-4

S-3

(A)

P-1

Q-2

R-4

S-3

(B)

P-4

Q-3

R-2

S-1

(B)

(C)

P-4

P-2

Q-3

Q-1

R-2

R-3

S-1

S-4

(C)

P-2

Q-1

R-3

S-4

(D)

P-3

Q-4

R-1

S-2

(D)

P-3

Q-4

R-1

S-2

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16. Delay of free recall filled with some mental activity :

16. ,[kk|k ekufld fÿ;sus fo«afcr ds«s«s eqDr izR;kokgu %

(A)

decreases

primacy

recency

but

not

(A)

lfÈk/kdk«hu Le`rh deh djrs i.k izkFkE;rk Le`rh deh djr ukgh

(B)

 

(B)

izkFkE;rk deh djrs i.k lfÈk/kdk«hu Le`rh deh djr ukgh

(C)

decreases primacy but not recency

decreases both primacy and recency

(C)

izkFkE;rk o lfÈk/kdk«hu ;k nksUgh Le`rh deh djrs

(D)

improves performance of middle part of list

(D)

;knhrh« e/kY;k Hkkxk laca/kh Le`rh lqËkkjrs

17. Information-processing includes :

theory

17. ekfgrh izfÿ;k flºkark e/;s gs ;srs %

1.

perception and learning

 

1.

laosnu vkf.k v/;;u

2.

attention and thinking

2.

vo/kku vkf.k fopkj

3.

meaning and perception

3.

vFkZ vkf.k laosnu

4.

thinking and learning

4.

fopkj vkf.k v/;;u

(A)

1 and 2 only

 

(A)

1 vkf.k 2 QDr

(B)

1, 2, 3 and 4

(B)

1, 2, 3 vkf.k

4

(C)

3 and 4 only

(C)

3 vkf.k

4 QDr

(D)

4 only

(D)

4 QDr

18. Fluency, Flexibility and Originality would be the most characteristic of which type of thought ?

18. vL[kf«rrk] «ofpdrk vkf.k eq«Hkwrrk dks.kR;k fopkjizdkjkph egŸokph oSfðk"VÓs Bjrkr \

(A)

Convergent thinking

 

(A)

la«{kh fopkj

(B)

Mechanical thinking

(B)

;kaf=d fopkj

(C)

Rote problem solving

(C)

?kksdaiÍhus leL;k lek/kku

(D)

Divergent thinking

(D)

cgq«{kh fopkj

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19. Stages of problems solving are :

19. leL;k lek/kkukP;k ik;Ú;k ;k vkgsr %

(A)

Preparation, incubation and illumination

(A)

iwoZr;kjh] var%iks"k.k vkf.k nhiu

(B)

Incubation, preparation and hypothesis

Preparation, illumination and incubation

(B)

var%iks"k.k] iwoZr;kjh vkf.k vH;qixe

(C)

(C)

iwoZr;kjh] nhiu vkf.k var%iks"k.k

(D)

var%iks"k.k] nhiu vkf.k l`tu

(D)

Incubation, illumination and production

20. vYidk«hu Le`rh %

 

20. Short term memory :

1.

uohu ekfgrh vYidk« lkBowu Bsors

1.

retains new information for brief time

2.

nh?kZdk«hu Lej.kkrwu izR;ku;ukus feˇo«s«h ekfgrh lkBowu Bsors

2.

holds information retrieved from long term memory

3.

ekufld dPps dke ogh iqjors

3.

provides mental scratchpad

4.

dke iw.kZ djrs

 

4.

carries out tasks

(A)

1, 2

vkf.k

4 QDr

(A)

1, 2 and 4 only

 

(B)

1, 3 and 4 only

(B)

1, 3

vkf.k

4 QDr

(C)

2, 3 and 4 only

(C)

2, 3

vkf.k

4 QDr

(D)

all of the above

(D)

ojh«iSdh loZ

21. The opponent-process theory of motivation takes :

21. izsj.ksph fojks/kd&izfÿ;k miiŸkh %

(A)

a hedonistic view of motivation

(A)

lq[koknkRed n`f"Vdksu ckˇxrs

(B)

a view that behaviour is pushed towards goal by driving states within the person

(B)

O;Drhe/kh« pk«d fLFkrh /;s;izkIrhdMs orZukyk <df«r vlrs] vls izfriknrs

(C)

a view that the goal objects pull behaviour towards them

(C)

/;s; oLrq orZuk«k Lor%dMs vkœ"B djrs vlk n`f"Vdksu ckˇxrs

(D)

a view that motives are composed of emotions, arousal and thinking

(D)

izsj.kk ;k Hkkouk] dk;Zizo.krk vkf.k fopkj

;kauh ifjiq"V vlrkr vls lkaxrs

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22. Prosopagnosia is the loss of :

 

22. izkslksiWXuksfl;k Eg.kts] ·k laosnukrh« =qVh

(A)

depth perception

gks;

%

(B)

colour perception

(A)

?kurk laosnu

(C)

face recognition

(B)

jax laosnu

(D)

size judgement

(C)

psgjk vksˇ[k

23. Berry’s

model

of

contexts

of

(D)

vkdkjkpk vankt

intelligence includes :

 

23. csjh ;kaP;k cqfºeŸksP;k lanHkk±laca/khP;k izk:ikeË;s ;kpk lekosðk vkgs %

(A)

Biological and social context

 

(B)

cognitive

and

phenomenal

(A)

thoðkkL=h; o lektðkkL=h; lanHkZ

 

context

(B)

cks/kkRed o izR;;h lanHkZ

(C)

cognitive, social and genetic

(C)

cks/kkRed] lkekftd o tufud lanHkZ

context

 
 

(D)

œfrfo"k;d]

vuqHkofo"k;d

o

(D)

performance, experiential and

ifjfLFkrhfo"k;d lanHkZ

ecological context

 

24. In hierarchical theory of intelligence,

24. Js.khfo"k;d cqfºeŸkk flºkarkr euksÚ;kP;k ojP;k Hkkxkr %

top of the pyramid is :

 

(A)

G or general intelligence

(A)

th ok loZlk/kkj.k cqfºeŸkk vlrs

 

(B)

S or specific abilities

(B)

,l ok fofðk"V {kerk vlrkr

(C)

Primary mental abilities

(C)

izkFkfed ckSfºd {kerk vlrkr

(D)

Creativity

(D)

ltZuðkh«rk vlrs

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25. Which of the following terms is closely associated with achievement motivation ?

25. [kk«h«iSdh dks.krh laKk mi«C/kh izsj.ksðkh lacafËkr vkgs \

(A)

Fear of failure

(A)

vi;ðkkph Hkhrh

(B)

Attractiveness of reward

(B)

ikfjrks"kdkph vkd"kZdrk

(C)

Self-actualization

(C)

vkReokLrfodhdj.k

(D)

Bounded rationality

 

26. “Big Five” theory of personality represents which of the following approaches ?

(D)

lhfer rkfdZdrk

26. O;fDreŸokpk ^^fcx QkbOg** n`f"Vdksu [kk«h«iSdh dks.kR;k n`f"Vdksukps izfrfuf/kRo djrks \

(A)

Nomothetic

(B)

Ideographic

 
 

(A)

fu;elkis{k

(C)

Longitudinal

 

(D)

Psychographic

(B)

O;fDrlkis{k

27. Which one of the following best explains why stress increases a person’s vulnerability to infections by bacteria and viruses ?

(C)

vuqdkf«d

(D)

ekuljs[kuðkkL=

27. cWDVsfj;k vkf.k fo"kk.kqaP;k ckcrhr O;Drhph r.kkokeqˇs Hks|rk ok<rs ;kps [kk«h«iSdh dks.krs fo/kku mŸke Li"Vhdj.k nsrs \

(A)

It reduces the activity level of

a

person

(B)

It

reduces the number of white

 

blood cells

(A)

O;Drhph dk;Zizo.k ikrˇh deh gksrs

(C)

It speeds up hardening of the arteries

(B)

O;DrhP;k

ðosr jDrisðkh deh gksrkr

(D)

It

triggers a release of digestive

(C)

/keU;kaph dkfB.;rk ok<fors

 

acids

(D)

ikpd vkE«k«k mfÌfir djrs

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28. fðk{kk tkLr ifj.kkedkjd djk;ph vls« rj rh dðkh vlk;«k goh \

28. To make punishment most effective, it should be :

 

(A)

very intense

(A)

vfrðk; rhoz

(B)

applied every other time the bad behaviour occurs

(B)

vfiz; orZu ?kMY;kuarj nj nqlÚ;k ossˇs«k fn«h tkoh

(C)

an aggressive type, such as spanking

(C)

vkÿed izdkjph] mnkgj.kkFkZ pkiVh ekj.ks

(D)

paired with reinforcement of the correct behaviour

(D)

;ksX; okx.kqdhlkBh izc«d] R;kp osˇh] Eg.kts fðk{kscjkscjp] fn«k tkrks

29. When one conditioned stimulus is used to create another, it is called :

29. ,dk vfHklaf/kr mÌhidkpk mi;ksx] vk.k[kh ,d mÌhid fuekZ.k dj.;klkBh okij«k tkrks] rsOgk R;k«k vls lacks/krkr %

(A)

forward conditioning

(A)

iqjksxkeh vfHkla/kku

(B)

chaining

 

(B)

ðk`a[k«hdj.k

 

(C)

higher-order conditioning

(C)

mPpJs.kh; vfHkla/kku

(D)

shaping

 

(D)

vkdkj.k

 

30. Rorschach test can be administered using the following sequence :

30. jkWðkkZd pkp.kh nsrkuk ·k ÿekus dke ds«s

tkrs

%

1. Measurement of total time

1. laiw.kZ osˇkps ekiu

2. Measurement of reaction time

2. izfrfÿ;k dk«kps ekiu

3. Enquiry

 

3. fopkj.kk

 

4. Free association

4. LoSj lkgp;Z

Correct sequence is :

;ksX; ÿe fuoMk-

(A)

1, 2, 3, 4

 

(A)

1,

2,

3,

4

(B)

4, 3, 2, 1

(B)

4,

3,

2,

1

(C)

2, 1, 4, 3

(C)

2,

1,

4,

3

(D)

4,

2,

1,

3

(D)

4,

2,

1,

3

12

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Questions 31 to 33 : Read the following paragraph and answer the questions below it.

 

izðððððu 31 rs 33 % [kk«h« ifjPNsn okpk o R;k[kk«h« izðukaph mŸkjs |k %

Paragraph : A researcher hypothesized that there is no association between the faculty to which the student belongs and his/ her communication skills. A random sample of 400 students from three faculties—Arts, Science and Commerce was drawn. Each student was assessed on the communication skills and was classified into three categories—with poor communication skills, with adequate communication skills, and with excellent communication skills. The 3 × 3 contingency table was formed and analyzed by the chi-square test. The chi-square value turned out to be significant at .01 level.

ifjPNsn % ,dk laðkks/kdkus vlk vH;qixe ekaM«k dh fo|kF;k±ph fo|kðkk[kk o R;kph@rhph laHkk"k.k dkSðkY;s ;kr laca/k ukgh- d«k] okf.kT; o foKku ðkk[kkae/kwu 400 fo|kF;k±pk ;kn`fPNd uequk fuoM.;kr vk«k- izR;sd fo|kF;kZps laizs"k.k dkSðkY;kps ekiu d:u rh«k iq<h« rhu xVkae/;s foHkkx.;kr vk«sµfuEu laizs"k.k dkSðkY;s] iqjsðkh laizs"k.k dkSðkY;s o mŸke laizs"k.k dkSðkY;s- 3 × 3 ps vkuq"kafxdrk dks"Vd cufo.;kr vk«s o dk; LDosvj pkp.kh}kjk foð«s"k.k ds«s xs«s- feˇk«s«k dk; LDosvj gk- -01 ikrˇhoj la[;kðkkL=h; «{k.kh;rk nðkZforks %

31.

ojh« dk; LDosvjlkBh eqfDr izek.kla[;k fdrh vkgs \

31.

What would be the degrees of freedom for the above chi-square ?

 

(A)

3

(B)

4

 

(A)

3

(B)

4

 

(C)

6

(D)

9

 

(C)

6

(D)

9

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32. In

one of

the cell of the above

32. ojh« vkuq"kafxdrk dks"VdkP;k ,dk ls«eË;s

contingency table, the obtained and

izkIr o vkisf{kr okjaokfjrk ·k vuqÿes 50

expected frequencies were 50 and 40

o 40 vkgsr- ;k ls«ps dk; LDosvjP;k ,dw.k

respectively. What would be the

contribution of this cell towards the

ewY;kar dk; ;ksxnku vkgs \

total chi-square value ?

(A)

2.00

(A)

2.00

(B)

2.50

(B)

2.50

 
 

(C)

6.25

(C)

6.25

 
 

(D)

10.00

(D)

10.00

 

33. From the above data, it can be

33. ojh« iznŸkko:u vlk fu"d"kZ dk<rk ;srks

concluded that the :

dh %

(A)

researcher’s

hypothesis

is

(A)

laðkks/kdkP;k vH;qixekph iMrkˇ.kh

verified

>k«h

(B)

researcher’s

hypothesis

is

(B)

laðkks/kdkP;k vH;qixekph vkafðkd

partially verified

 
   

iMrkˇ.kh >k«h

(C)

researcher’s

hypothesis

is

 

rejected

(C)

laðkks/kdkpk vH;qixe ukdkj«k xs«k

(D)

insufficient data

for verifying

(D)

laðkks/kdkps vH;qixe iMrkˇ.khlkBh

researcher’s hypothesis

iqjsls iznŸk ukghr

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Questions 34 to 37 : In the following questions, each question has two statement-—Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Read each question carefully and decide whether Assertion and Reason are individually correct or not, and if they are correct, whether the Reason is a valid explanation of the Assertion. For each question, before the corresponding question number, indicate your answer using the following codes :

 

izðððððu 34 rs 37 % [kk«h« izðukae/;s izR;sd izðukr nksu okD;s vkgsr µ fo/kku (Assertion

or A) o dkj.k

(Reason or R). izR;sd

izðu dkˇthiwoZd okpk- fo/kku vkf.k dkj.k Lora=i.ks cjkscj vkgsr dh ukgh rs Bjok] vkf.k rh cjkscj vlrh« rj dkj.k gs fo/kkukps ;FkkFkZ Li"Vhdj.k vkgs dk rs Bjok- izR;sd izðuklkBh]

R;kP;k ;ksX; izðuÿekadkleksj] [kk«h« ladsru oki:u vki«s mŸkj nðkZok-

(A)

fo/kku (A) o dkj.k (R) nksUgh lR; vkgsr o dkj.k (R) gs fo/kkukps ;ksX; Li"Vhdj.k

 

vkgs-

(A)

Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

 

(B)

fo/kku (A) o dkj.k (R) nksUgh lR; vkgsr i.k dkj.k (R) gs cjkscj Li"Vhdj.k ukgh-

(B)

Both A and R are true but R is NOT the correct explanation

 
 

(C)

fo/kku (A) lR; vkgs i.k dkj.k (R) pwd vkgs-

(C)

A

is

true but R is false

 

(D)

A

is

false but R is true

 

(D)

34. Assertion (A) : In akinetopsia, objects in motion cannot be perceived although stationery objects are perceived.

34.

fo/kku (A) pwd vkgs i.k dkj.k (R) lR; vkgs

fo/kku (A) : ,dk;uksifl;ke/;s] vp« oLrw fnlrkr] i.k g«.kkÚ;k oLrwaps laosnu gksr ukgh

Reason (R) : MT area or V 5 are specialised for motion detection and perception.

dkj.k (R) : ,e~- Vh- vFkok Ogh 5 ·k izHkkxkauk gk«pk«hP;k vksˇ[khlkBh o laosnuklkBh foðks"k {kerk vlrs-

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35. Assertion (A) : In case of visual

35. fo/kku

(A) : n`d~ osnfud Le`rhe/;s tjh

sensory

memory

even

when

 

exposure time increases from 50

vukoj.k dk« 50 fe«hlsdankaiklwu 500 fe«h

milliseconds to 500 milliseconds,

lsdankai;±r ok<o«k] rjh iw.kZ vgok« iºrhr

performance in whole report method

dk;kZr Qjd iMr ukgh

does not increase.

Reason (R) : Information loss takes

dkj.k (R) : osnfud Le`rhr O;Drh ifg«h

place in sensory memory by the time

dkgh v{kjs lkaxsi;±r ekfgrh u"V gksrs-

individual reports first few letters.

36. Assertion (A)

: Larger group

36. fo/kku (A) : ðkkfCnd cqfºeŸkk pkp.;kais{kk

differences in performance are found

œrhizo.k o vU; vðkkfCnd pkp.;kae/;s

in case of performance and other

lewgkaP;k dk;kZr tkLr Qjd vk<ˇrks-

nonverbal intelligence tests than

verbal intelligence tests.

 

dkj.k (R) : Hkkf"kd ckSfºd pkp.;kais{kk

Reason (R) :

Non-language tests

vHkkf"kd pkp.;k lkaLœfrdn`"VÓk vf/kd

may be more culturally loaded than

language based intelligence tests.

izHkkfor vlrkr-

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37. Assertion (A) : Usually, state anxiety scores, as compared to trait anxiety scores, have less test-retest reliability.

37. fo/kku (A) : xq.kfparsP;k izkIrkadkaP;k rq«usr]

voLFkk fparsP;k izkIrkadakph pkp.kh&iqupkZp.kh foðolfu;rk lkekU;r% deh vlrs-

dkj.k (R) : vkoLFkk fpark gh osˇksosˇh cn«r

 

vlrs-

 

Reason (R) : State anxiety usually fluctuates over time.

38. The following techniques can be used to study function in a living human brain :

38. ftoar esanwph fÿ;k vH;kl.;klkBh [kk«h«

iºrhapk okij gksrks %

1. QaDðku« eWXussfVd js>ksuUl~ besftax

1.

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

2. vWC«sðku~ ,°M «h>fuax

3. LVhfjvksVWfDld~ izkslhMÓwvjl~

2.

Ablation and Lessoning

4. dkWEI;wVjkb>~M VkseksxzkQh

3.

Stereotaxic procedures

4.

Computerized tomography

vpwd mŸkj fuoMk %

(A)

1 and 4 only

(A)

1 vkf.k

4 QDr

(B)

2, 3 and 4 only

(B)

2, 3

vkf.k

4 QDr

(C)

1, 3 and 4 only

(C)

1, 3

vkf.k

4 QDr

(D)

1 and 3 only

(D)

1 vkf.k

3 QDr

39. Analytical thinking :

39. foð«s"k.kkRed fparu izfÿ;k Eg.kts %

(A)

means breaking down a problem into identifiable units

(A)

leL;sps vksˇ[krk ;s.;ktksxs Hkkx dj.ks

(B)

;ksX; fu.kZ;kizr us«s ikfgts

(B)

must lead to a proper decision

 
 

(C)

l`tukRedrsekxwu ;srs

(C)

follows creativity

 

(D)

follows problem solving

(D)

leL;k lek/kkukekxwu ;srs

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40.

Match List I with List II and answer

40.

lwph I o lwph II ;kaP;k tksMÓk «kok vkf.k

using the code given below :

[kk«h« ladsru oki:u mŸkj f«gk %

 

List I

List II

 

lwph

I

lwph

II

(Concept)

(Theorists associated)

 

(ladYiuk)

 

(vH;kld)

 

P. Aggressive

 

1.

Miller and Dollard

P. vkÿed

 

1.

fe«j vkf.k

 

Instinct

 
   

lgtizo`Ÿkh

 

MkW«kMZ

 

Q. Needs hierarchy 2. Freud

   
   

Q. xjt vf/kJs.kh

2.

›kWbM

 

R. Achievement

3. Maslow

   
   

R. laiknu izsj.kk

3.

eWL«ks

 

motivation

 
   

S. oSQY;&vkÿe.k

4. ed~ D«s«kaM

 

S. Frustration

4.

Mc Clelland

 
 

aggression hypothesis

   

vH;qixe

 
 

Codes :

 

ladsr %

(A)

P-2

Q-3

R-1

S-4

(A)

P-2

Q-3

R-1

S-4

(B)

P-3

Q-2

R-1

S-4

(B)

P-3

Q-2

R-1

S-4

(C)

P-3

Q-2

R-4

S-1

(C)

P-3

Q-2

R-4

S-1

(D)

P-2

Q-3

R-4

S-1

(D)

P-2

Q-3

R-4

S-1

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41.

In brain imaging by PET :

 

41. PET ra=kus czsu&besftax djrkauk %

1. positrons

emitted

by

a

1. jsfMvks,WfDVOg inkFkkZ}kjs mRlfxZr ikWf>V™ksuph

 

radioactive

substance

are

 

LdWueqˇs uksan gksrs

captured by a scanner

   
 

2. esanwpk tks foHkkx tkLr fÿ;kðkh« vlrks]

 

2. the more active a brain area is,

   

rsFks tkLr inkFkZ ftjrks

 

the more is the substance

 

absorbed

 

3. jsfMvks,WfDVOg inkFkZ lqbZ}kjs jDrkr nk[k«

 

3. radioactive substance is injected

 

ds«k tkrks

 
 

into the bloodstream

 

4. jaxkus funfðkZr vls fp= fuekZ.k gksrs] T;kr

 

4. color coded image is formed

 

«k« Eg.kts lokZr fÿ;kðkh«] ex fioˇk]

 

with red showing greatest

ex fgjok vkf.k fuˇk lxˇ;kr deh

activity followed by yellow,

izfÿ;k n'kZo.kkjk-

green then blue

 

;ksX; ÿe

ykok

%

 

Indicate the correct sequence :

   
 

(A)

1,

2,

3,

4

 

(A)

1,

2,

3,

4

 
 

(B)

3,

2,

1,

4

 

(B)

3,

2,

1,

4

 
 

(C)

4,

2,

1,

3

 

(C)

4,

2,

1,

3

 

(D)

3,

4,

2,

1

(D)

3,

4,

2,

1

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42. Reliability indicates the ratio :

42. foðolfu;rk iq<h« xq.kksŸkj nðkZfors %

(A)

True variance/Error variance

 

(A)

lR; izpj.k@vi«{;kad izpj.k

(B)

Observed

variance/Error

 

variance

(B)

izkIr izpj.k@vi«{;kad izpj.k

(C)

True

variance/Observed

(C)

lR; izpj.k@izkIr izpj.k

variance

 
 

(D)

izkIr izpj.k@lR; izpj.k

(D)

Observed

variance/True

 

variance

43. ikrˇ mrhe/kwu izdkðkfdj.ks tkrkr o

43. A beam is passed through a thin

QksVksxzWfQd fQYeoj iMrkr- mrhpk osxosxˇk

slice of tissue into photographic film.

Hkkx fujfujkˇ;k izek.kkr izdkðkfdj.k vMorks]

Different parts of the tissue block or

o fp= fuekZ.k gksrs- gs dks.kR;k ;a=kps o.kZu

pass the beam to a different degree,

and an image is produced. This

vkgs

\

describes the working of :

(A)

«WcksjsVjh ek;ÿksLdksi

(A)

a laboratory microscope

(B)

fQf>vkW«ksftd«~ ek;ÿksLdksi

(B)

a physiological microscope

 
 

(C)

LdWfuax ek;ÿksLdksi

(C)

a scanning microscope

 

(D)

an electron microscope

(D)

b«sDV™ksu ek;ÿksLdksi

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44.

Match the type of reinforcement schedule with its definition :

44. lwph I o lwph II ;kaP;k tksMÓk «kok vkf.k [kk«h« ladsru oki:u mŸkj |k %

 

List I

List II

 

(Definition)

(Schedule)

lwph

I

lwph

II

P. Reinforcement

1.

Fixed ratio

(O;k[;k)

(izc«u dk;Z;kstuk«s[k)

occurs after a

 

P. Bjkfod osˇkuarj

1. fLFkj xq.kksŸkj

set time period

 
 

izc«u gksrs

 
 

Q. The organism

2.

Fixed interval

 

is rewarded after

 

Q. Bjkfod ;ksX;

 

2. fLFkj dk«karjh

is certain number

vuqfÿ;suarj thok«k

of correct responses

   
 

izc«u feˇrs

 
 

R. The

organism is

3.

Variable ratio

 

rewarded after

 

R. izR;sd vuqfÿ;suarj 3. ifjorZuh;

every response

thok«k izc«u fe«rs

 

xq.kksŸkj

S. Reinforcement

4.

Continuous

S. vfufðpr vuqfÿ;suarj

4. fujarj izc«u

occurs after a

reinforcement

 
 

thok«k izc«u feˇrs

 
 

varying number

   

of responses

ladsr %

Codes :

(A)

P-2

Q-1

R-4

S-3

(A)

P-2

Q-1

R-4

S-3

(B)

P-1

Q-2

R-3

S-4

(B)

P-1

Q-2

R-3

S-4

 
 

(C)

P-3

Q-4

R-2

S-1

 

(C)

P-3

Q-4

R-2

S-1

 

(D)

P-4

Q-3

R-1

S-2

(D)

P-4

Q-3

R-1

S-2

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45. Which of the following scaling

45. iq<h«iSdh dks.krh@dks.kR;k ekiuh iºrh ,«~-

method/swas/were NOT proposed by L.L. Thurstone ?

1.

Scalogram analysis

,«~- FkLVZu ;kauh fn«h@fnY;k

ukghr

\

1.

Lds«ksxzWe foð«s"k.k

 

2.

Paired comparison

2.

;qXe rq«uk

 

3.

Summated ratings

3.

lekdf«r infuðp;u

 

4.

Equal appearing intervals

4.

lenðkhZ varjk« iºrh

 

(A)

3 only

(A)

3 QDr

 

(B)

1 and 2 only

(C)

1 and 3 only

(B)

1 o

2 QDr

 

(D)

1, 3 and 4 only

(C)

1 o

3 QDr

46. Which of the following statements are correct ?

1.

(D)

1, 3 o 4 QDr

46. iq<h«iSdh dks.krh fo/kkus [kjh vkgsrh \

 

Perceived speed of moving object is underestimated when tracked by eyes, than when eyes remain stationery.

1.

p{kw vfLFkj vlrkukps osxkps laosnu] p{kw

fLFkj vlrkukP;k laosnukis{kk deh

vlrs-

2.

Staring at a moving pattern for several seconds can produce slower motion after effect in opposite direction.

2.

dkgh lsdankdjrk gk«R;k js[kkfp=kdMs

Vd «kowu igkr jkfg«s rj içkr izHkko m«VÓk fnðksus] deh osxkus vlrks

3.

Biological motion can be determined accurately with point light displays, even by motion blind patients.

3.

T;kauk gk«pk«h fnlw ðkdr ukghr] vls

#X.k ns[kh« ikWbaV «kbV fMlI«sP;k vkËkkjs tSfod gk«pk« usedh vksˇ[kw ðkdrkr

4.

Causality of motion is perceived more accurately with longer time lags or intervals between two movements.