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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Education
SubjectEducation Test 88
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer of Education Online Test No. 88

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The idea of developmental stages was borrowed by Freud:

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Which one of the following is not a psychological motive?

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The process of maintaining the biochemical balance or equilibrium throughout human body is referred as:

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Injections of glucose (Which) raise blood sugar level):

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During 1950s, psychologists began to be disenchanted with the drive reduction theory of motivation as an explanation of:

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Electrical stimulation of ventromedial hypothalamus (VMH):

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An object or thing which directs or stimulates behavior:

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The term “defence mechanism” was introduced by:

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The hypothalamus plays an important role in the regulation of:

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Maslow viewed that motivated behaviour:

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“Intrinsic motivation theory” was developed by:

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An empty stomach produces the periodic contractions of muscles in the stomach wall which we identify as:

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Lateral hypothalamus (LH)is otherwise known as:

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Syllabus of advance classes cannot be covered with...........as it requires great time:

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A motive that is primarily learned rather than basing on biological needs is known as:

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A motivated behavior is directed towards:

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Moving away from the reality is called the mechanism:

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Maslow's idea about the structure of needs is known as:

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‘The competition of two or more contradictory impulses usually accompanied by emotional tension is called a/an:

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Studies indicated that the hypothalamus contains cells (glucoreceptors) sensitive to the rate of which:

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A person who is motivated displays:

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A pituitary hormone associated with the secretion of milk is known as:

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Research evidences indicated that ventromedial hypothalamus (VMH):

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In 1895, Freud an Breuer published a book entitled:

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Injections of insulin (which lower blood sugar level):

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