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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Education
Subject Education Test 86
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100
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Lecturer of Education Online Test No. 86

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Physiologists use the term homeostasis to describe the body's tendency to maintain a balance or equilibrium among it's:

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Motivation can be understood as an interaction:

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Cannon called the concept of internal equilibrium and function as:

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In studying motivation, we attempt to answer:

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Since motives activate the organism they are also known as the:

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“A goal refers to some substance, objects or environmental condition capable of reducing or temporarily eliminating the complex of internal conditions which initiated action”, This definition of “goal” was given:

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The "need for success" expectancy for success and the "incentive value of success" and three motivational factors which determine the strength of:

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A tension within an organism which tends to organize the field of the organism with respect to certain incentives or goals and to incite activity directed towards their attainment is:

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The second stage of the motivational cycle is called the:

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Behavior of the mentally ill persons is greatly influenced by:

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F.H Allport (1935) described social conformity as the:

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Social conformity can be described as a revers:

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The need to achieves is jointly determined by:

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The technique by which the strength of need is measured in terms of readiness with which a task is learned under different conditions of motivation is known as:

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Prolactin a hormone from the anterior pituitary gland plays an important role in motivating:

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As motivation is closely related to effort the emotion is related to:

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The first stage of motivational cycle is:

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Motivation can be understood as an interaction between:

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The level of arousal is maintained by a structure in the brain stem called the:

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Maslow viewed that motivated behaviour is:

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An intraorganic activity or condition of tissue supplying stimulation for a particular type of behavior is known as:

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A motive ethnologically means that:

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Generally we infer needs and desires from:

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Fritz Heider , an Austrian psychologist has given a great deal of insight into:

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The technique for the measurement of need by which the strength of a need is measured in terms of the magnitude of an obstacle or the number of times an obstacle of a given magnitude will be overcome in order to obtain a needed object is known as:

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