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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Education
Subject Education Test 85
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Education Online Test No. 85

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Gregariousness is a/an:

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In avoidance-avoidance conflict, the individual is compelled to choose:

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Needs drives or motives:

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The manufacture of adrenalin and noradrenalin is controlled by:

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Survival needs to activate the organism to:

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According to Lewin, tensions are emotional states which accompany:

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Need for achievement can be measured by:

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Both the terms “emotion” and “motivation” came from the same Latin root:

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The defence mechanisms are reactions:

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The author of the hierarchical theory of motivation:

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When progress towards a goal is blocked and underlying tension is unresolved we speak of:

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A young woman who turns herself into a religious worker has a:

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Motives can be:

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The desire to be with one's own kind is termed:

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Motives can be:

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Motives are never observed directly but they are inferred from:

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The type of conflict in which the goal of the individual has both positive and negative valence of approximate equal intensity is known:

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Individual's life goal is:

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A motivated behavior is directed towards:

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Dynamic psychology is the psychology of:

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A releaser is a highly specific stimulus that “triggers” or:

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Repression is a common mode of resolving:

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According to Maslow ,the self-actualizing tendency:

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Who assumed that human motives are arranged in hierarchy of potency?

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When the motive has a biological or physiological basis, It is called a/an:

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