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FBQ The psychology of the
psychoanalysis perspective is
related to
Sigmund Freud
FBQ The questionaire that gives
the respondents freedom to
reveal their opinions and
attitudes is
unstructured
FBQ This type of questionaire
above is alwavs exhaustive
and mutually
exclusive
FBQ The questionaire that
contains the questions and
alternative answers to them is
structured
FBQ Information about the nature
and characteristics of the
respondents is the part of the
questionaire called
descriptive
FBQ
was bthe first psychologist
who used questionaire to
study a child.
stanley Hall
FBQ In psychology,the test of
abilities,interests and
achievements is called
test-batteries
FBQ psychologists use statistical
method to pick a
representative
__of the population.
sample
FBQ Another name for
questionaire is
surveys

FBQ The scientists who study the
behaviour of animals in the
wild is
ethnologists
FBQ The perspective that primarily
concerned with
thinking,perception ,memory
and consciousness is
cognitive
FBQ The studying of the behaviour
itself and the environmental
conditions to that behaviour is
called
behaviourist
FBQ Individual's personality is
determined in the first
_years of life.
5 five
FBQ The perspective that studies
inherited instincts and
biological drives is called
psychodynamic psychoanalytic
FBQ The aim of psychologists is to
search for
in the brain chemistry of
depressed people.
abnormalities symptons
FBQ The approach to study the
functioning of the brain and
biochemical processes is
Biological
FBQ According to
_the goal of psychology
entails to objectively describe
the behaviour of individuals
zimbardo
FBQ Anything we do with thinking
,laughing, and even falling in
love is
behaviour
FBQ The study of learning,
memory,perception,motivation
and personality traits is
psychology
FBQ The psychologist who carried
out experiments on animals is
B.F.Skinner
FBQ The layman's understanding
of psychology is that, it is
common sense

FBQ The branch of pschology that
deals with people who are
experiencing behavioral
problems is
clinical
FBQ The branch of psychology
that centres on how to help
children who are doing well at
school is
Educational
FBQ The writings of
_was significant in the
development of psychology.
Sigmund Freud
FBQ The first recognised book of
psychology was published in
the year
1890
FBQ The main belief of the early
psychologists is that human
processes could be studied
objectively
FBQ
__founded the first Laboratory
to experimental psychology.
wilhelm wundt
FBQ The birth of psychology was
in the year
1879
FBQ The view of the philosophers
over the nature of human
minds is
speculative
FBQ In statistical testing,the
researcher states that 'the
different in significant at the
0.01111 level' is due to
chance in
100 Hundred
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FBQ
defines' intelligence' as the
ability to carry on abstract
thinking
Termon
FBQ Binet studied children of
different pre-school and
school agesto determine their
factors of
Performance

FBQ
argued that the most
important element in all of
Education is the element of
individual differences
Alhassan
FBQ Human intelligence differs in
different ways due to its
I.Q.
FBQ The aspects that determine
human behaviour using
person's genes is
Genetic
FBQ The determination of human
behaviour using external
influences is called
_factor
environmental
FBQ The debate in psychology is
the question of nurture vs
nature
FBQ Perception process interprets
the sensory information from
the
stimuli
FBQ Perception is a
__operation that is basic to
the determination of human
behaviour
psychological
FBQ The aspect of the perceptual
field that stand out a person is
called
__clues .
salient
FBQ A factor in which the society
uses only the categorical
information to identify the
various categories of persons
is
stereotype
social
FBQ A perception in which new
traits were invented and
ascribed to a hypothetical
person is
verbal clues
FBQ perceiver variability is the
source forming
_of personality
impression

FBQ person perception is
concerned with the process of
__about others
feelings
FBQ person perception is a
statement based on
__judgements
subjective
FBQ Religion is a
_category that influences the
perception of persons
social
FBQ The biological pressures of a
human baby is referred to as
_needs.
physiological
FBQ The strong motives of all
human beings are the need to
understand the world and to
control the
environment
FBQ
argues that all human beings
have two strong motives
Heider
FBQ The type of impression one
forms of another depends on
the kind of
interaction
FBQ The goals and feelings about
other people influence the
that we gather about them .
information
FBQ The act of using our internal
state as a basis for judging
other people may lead to
systematic
error
FBQ The factor that can influence
how another person is
perceived is
mood
FBQ To see if two variables are
associated or related in some
way, psychologists use a
statistical technique known as
.
correlation
FBQ Fear is the
__emotion of an accurate
person perception.
negative

FBQ Happiness is the
_emotion of an accurate
person perception
positive
FBQ The two basic dimensions of
emotional expressions are
pleasantry and
arousal
FBQ people are accurate in
judging the emotional states
of others as in grimace when
they feel
pain
FBQ Deception is a channel of
__communication.
non-verbal
FBQ Research studies indicate
that deprivation of human
contact in early life inhibits the
development of normal
responses
social
FBQ A society survives if the new
members are transmitted the
system of shared
values
FBQ The measurement of
interrelationship existing in a
group of people is called
sociometry
FBQ The preventive measures of
juvenile delinquency involve
both
personality and
environmental
factors
FBQ The most influence on
individual behaviour is
Family
FBQ The principal actors of
juvenile delinquent are
drop-outs
FBQ Psychology is mainly
concerned with the
study of human behavior.
systematic
FBQ Psychology as an ancient
discipline was part of
philosophy

FBQ A crime in which a juvenile
delinquent is punished in a
regular court is
murder
FBQ A juvenile delinquent cannot
be declared criminal and be
Charged sentenced
FBQ Operant conditioning is one of
the various methods for
controlling
behaviour
FBQ The formal technique for
promoting the frequency of
desirable behaviour is known
as
modification
FBQ psychologists argue that
aggression stems from
cause
genetic Natural
FBQ The type of aggression whose
sole aim is to inflict injury on
others is
Hostile
FBQ
is noted all over the world for
his tactics of non-violence
Mahatma
Gandi
FBQ The authour argued that
aggression is a primary
instinct in the living species
Sigmund Freud




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Re: NOUN EExams: CSS121 - Introduction to Psychology, Past Questions

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MCQ The process concerned with
thinking, the processing of
information, perception,
memory, problem solving, and
consciousness is
__________
dynamic Cognitive biological Human B
MCQ The basis of categorizing the
physical
characteristics,usually
culturally defined differences
in appearances is the --factor
person present crudest modern C
MCQ Such categories as
gender,tribe,religionand social
class influence are--category
physical about them economic social D
MCQ Our goals and --about other
people also influence the
information that we gather
about them
feeling perception objective subjective A

MCQ One such factor that influence
how we gather information
about others is the goals we
have for --with them
interface feeling Interacting intention C
MCQ What goals manipulated
experiments which tell others
(participants) to form a
coherent impression of a
person
goal formation impression
formation
appearance
formation
identity
formation
B
MCQ The basis of internal state for
judging other people which
may lead to systematic error
is --
emotional
clues
nonverbal
clues
verbal clues affective
clues
D
MCQ That which may influence not
only the contents of
impressions we form of
others, but also the process in
forming them is
mood mode moderate momentum A
MCQ To consider the various
evaluative and cognitive,
person perception may be
both inaccurative and--
false wrong accurate perceived C
MCQ One of the most surprising
aspects of person perception
is the --conclusion about that
person's personality
appealling impression
formation
same different D
MCQ The two basic dimensions of
emotional expression are
pleasantness and ---
fear anger arousal happy C
MCQ The positive emotional
expressions include
happiness anger fear disgust A
MCQ The negative emotional
expressions include
anger happiness excitement war A
MCQ Who argued that aggression
is a primary instinct in the
living species
freud johnson balton halton A
MCQ Who argued that an individual
strongly motivated to reach a
goal will be instigated to
aggression and aggressive
forms of behaviour of the goal
is unattainable
Yates johnson balton Freud A
MCQ According to -intelligence is
an important general ability
which is super-ordinate to and
distinct from special abilities
Galton Freud James Willams A
MCQ who introduced the technique
of factor analysis in
intelligence
Galton pearson Freud James B

MCQ who uses the French children
at different pre-school and
school ages to explain the
different performances of
children in school and homes
James Freud Binet Galton C
MCQ Piaget believed that
intelligence is not hereditory
but a type of - interaction in
the history of early childhood
germ cell cultural social environmental D
MCQ Research generates
explanations on the definition
of intelligence in piaget's
concept of -
growth slow pull retardation A
MCQ The sociologists argued that
the definition of intelligence is
a -class based
economic social political cultural B
MCQ who was the first to measure
intelligence
Galton Freud Binet Willams C
MCQ What is the individual level of
intellectual development
CA MC AM MA D
MCQ The index of brightness is the
-which indicates how an
individual score is relative to
others of comparable age
IQ IT QA IK A
MCQ The father of intelligence
testing is -
James Freud Binet Galton C
MCQ The ability to handle long
chains of reasoning and to
recognise patterns and order
in the world is -intelligence
logicalphilosophical
logicalmathematical
logical-physical logical-social B
MCQ The ability to perceive the
visual world accurately and to
recreate aspects of that world
based on one's perception is -
intelligence
space numerical video spatial D
MCQ Identical twins resulted from a
splitting of the zygote around
the time of conception which
is referred to as -
dizygotic monozygotic trizygotic qautrizygotic A
MCQ Non-identical twins are the
result of two different eggs
being fertilised by two
different sperms referred to
as -
trizygotic monozygotic dizygotic qautrizygotic C
MCQ The psychological operation
that is basic to the
determination of terminal
human behaviour is -
barrier policing consultant perception D
MCQ There can be no learning
without -
education knowledge cognition psychology C


MCQ The entire process of filtering
the whole range of
information before the
response'sform is -
mediation output input feedback A
MCQ The gestalt school of
psychology originates from -
Germany Lagos Obohia Ndoki Japan A
MCQ The personality factor that
influences individual
perception is -
value norm proud thinking A

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MCQ One of these constitute an
impression on the subjective
process
feelings formation perception variable A
MCQ Learning is the totality of the
acquisition of factual
information according to -
Albories Alhassan Alwaby Albarriers B
MCQ Maturation is the scientific
concept which designates the
period of development in -
body skill brain germ cell D
MCQ what is associated with
developmental psychology
pre-natal stage youndster morality language A
MCQ The application of psychology
in education influences the -
of learning
quality and
quantity
pattern and
trend
work and body brain and
action
A
MCQ The social psychology
focuses on the - and other
external agencies which
influence man
economic
institution
biological
institutions
physical
institutions
social
institutions
D
MCQ A clinical psychologist treats
behavioural problems and -
mental illness social illness economic illness psychological
illness
A
MCQ who is the first to revive the
profession of philosophical
counselling
Achembach Galton Wundt Freud A
MCQ who in 1981 founded a
suicide -prevention
organisation called the -
samuels samaritan Joshuas savers B
MCQ The first stage to test
psychological theories is -
hypothesis formulation data problem D
MCQ After the collection of data,the
researcher starts to formulate
possible -
hypothesis data problem test A
MCQ The final analysis,results and
presentations show a logically
sequence of the -
technical
method
psychological
method
scientific method system
method
C
MCQ The scientists may formulate
the hypothesis and move to
the next step of -
objective problem data testing D

MCQ If the hypotheses do not
work,then the scientist
shuttles back to formulate
new one or takes a look at the
definition of the -
analysis testing problem data C
MCQ The verification of hypotheses
mean testing the workability
of the acceptedhypotheses
testing analysis data A
MCQ A good research must always
tries to compare a
reasonable- of the population
size sample analysis
sample
data sample test sample A
MCQ The -sample is the best that
tries to avoid the accusation
of being biased
random data analysis size A
MCQ A proof that a difference is
statistically significant, allows
the researcher to claim that
the data is - as opposed to
subjective
objective negative positive subjective A
MCQ The learning perspective
contradict the widely held
view that human behaviour is
-
instinctive in
nature
instinctive in
biology
instinctive in
mind
instinctive in
philosophy
A
MCQ who believe that learning is
the central process of
understanding human
behaviour
Galton lindgren wundt Arinda B
MCQ The structured questionaire is
straightforward and the
results are readily to
statistical
reports methods recommendation analysis D
MCQ correlational studies measure
two - to see if they are
associated or related
Variables Respondents Hypothesis Objective A
MCQ The structural questionaire
provides answers that is
exhaustive and at the same
time mutually
Questioner Exclusive Inclusive Objective B
MCQ There are - types of
questionaires we use to get
information in a specific
problem within an interval of
time
2 3 4 5 A
MCQ correlational studies is a
statitical technique devised by
-
Wilhelm Wundt Francis Galton Sigmund Freud Williams
James
D
MCQ People with similar interests,
habits, and personalities tend
to be______ to each other
negative attracted speculative contradictory B
MCQ One of the scientific methods
of research in psychology is -
Survey population sample problem A

MCQ The cognitive psychology is
primarily concerned with -
Thinking Actions Laughing Genes A
MCQ The behaviourist who spend a
great deal of time to study
behaviour conditions is -
B.F.Skinner Sigmund
Freud
wilhelm wundt williams
james
A
MCQ The behaviourist believed that
- factors reinforce behaviours
Cultural Environmental social Economical B
MCQ The psychodynamic
perspective believes that
human behaviour is stem
from -instincts
Inherited Ecological cultural aggressive A
MCQ The main belief shared by
these early pioneers was that
human psychological
processes could be studied
____
subjectively objectively Negatively speculatively B
MCQ The biological approach to
psychology believe that the
causes of behaviour is the -
physiological
process
Biochemical
process
chemical
process
physical
process
B
MCQ Scientific facts are only
understood
after_____learning
common common
sense
sustained Dennis
children
C
MCQ Psychology is vital to the
understanding and prediction
of __behaviour.
sleeping human formation sneezing B
MCQ psychology is the science that
studies what goes on in the -
that cause behaviour to occur
spiritual skulls Brains Minds D
MCQ psychologists study animals
and extends the results onto
the -domain
Animal spiritual Experimental Human D
MCQ The first recognised book on
psychology was written by -
and published in 1890
wilhelm wundt sigmund freud Williams James Johnson Job C
MCQ The person that founded the
first laboratory devoted to
experimental psychology
Wilhelm Wundt williams
James
sigmund Freud Johnson Job A
MCQ The first laboratory devoted to
experimental psychology was
established in -
London Leipzig Indonesia Obohia Ndoki B
MCQ The concept and birth of
psychology was in the year
1875 1876 1877 1879 D







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