PPSC Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 48

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Psychology 
SubjectPsychology Test 48
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 48

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In Piaget's view, the primary difference between a 9-year-old and a 13-year-old is that the older child can think in terms of:

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The first two years after birth are critical:

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Kohlberg indicates that at the most primitive level of moral development, morality is decided by:

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Which of the names listed would be most likely to comment that environment is of central importance?

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The newborn:

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The relationship between a child's intellectual development and the age at which the child first walks is:

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In the newborn's second year, the rate of growth:

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Which of the following is produced by tactile stimulation of a newborn's cheek?

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Experiments with children have suggested that the point at which a child begins to walk is primarily a function of:

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Kohlberg's moral development stages are closely related to:

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A person performing calculus computations has attained which one of the following stages of cognitive development?

12 / 25

Innate behaviour patterns develop primarily as a function of:

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During the third through the eighth week of pregnancy, the developing child can be accurately referred to as the:

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The toy train disappears into a tunnel. From the child's cognitive perspective, the train is gone (in effect, no longer exists). This cognitive experience expresses an absence of .................... and is characteristic of...................

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Which of the following represents the correct progression of Piaget's four stages of cognitive development?

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In comparative physical growth curves, females:

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The stage of Piaget's theory of cognitive development occurs during adolescence and refers to the ability to reason about abstract concepts and principles and evaluate issues in the broader social environment?

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A change in the structure of a gene that leads to minor of major changes in an organism's physical constitution is:

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The neonate has well-developed:

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When mother hides his favourite toy under a blanket, he acts as though it no longer exists and makes no attempt to retrieve it. She is clearly in Piaget's.................stages.

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According to Piaget, the process through which a young child relates something he sees to something he already knows is called:

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Friends become differentiated from strangers during which of the following young ages?

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The period of the embryo spans the time from the end of:

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In Piaget's classification system, the child learns language and the logic of classification and numbers during which period?

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The earliest emotion evident in the newborn is:

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