PPSC Lecturer Psychology Solved MCQs Online Test No. 50

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Test NameLecturer Psychology 
SubjectPsychology Test 50
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Psychology Online Test No. 50

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In a particular study, young children were asked to feel two fabrics, either with the same or the opposite hands, and say whether they were the same or different materials. Three-year-olds made 90% more errors with different hands than with the same hand, and five-year olds made only 10% more errors with different hands. A probable reason for this would be that:

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Which of the following developmental psychologists most strongly favours a stage theory of development?

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The type of study construction in which different subjects at different developmental levels are compared is a:

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The Language Acquisition Device was proposed by:

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Psychologists who specialize in the study of language are called:

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Of the following psychologists, who described the identity crisis as a major problem faced by the adolescent?

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The proportion of total variation in a population that is due to genetic variation is:

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Morphology refers to the:

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According to Kohlberg, an individual in a stage of conventional morality would be most concerned with:

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According to Piaget's theory of cognitive development, middle childhood is characterized by:

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According to Erikson's developmental theory, the maturity stage deals with which of the following crises?

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In which of Piaget's stages of cognitive development will a child realize that when a volume of water is poured from a tall, narrow beaker, to a wide beaker, the volume remains the same even though it reaches a lower level?

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Which of the following choice is not characteristic of infantile autism?

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In language, grammar refers to:

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Research has shown that children who are reared by strict punishment usually:

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The Palmar reflex, present in neonates, refers to which behaviour?

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All of the following are characteristics of the preoperational stage of development except:

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During a child's development, if the amount of frustration and anxiety becomes too great concerning movement to the next stage, development may come to a halt. The individual is said to become:

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According to Noam Chomsky's theory of transformational grammar, a "Kernel" is:

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Apraxia is characterized by an inability to:

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The belief that humans have innate abilities to use syntax and grammar correctly is..................position.

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According to Piaget, the child's basic developmental process includes:

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Which of the following behaviours is characteristic of infantile autism?

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The rationalist approach of Chomsky in explaining language development is also referred to as:

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According to Kohlberg's theory of moral development, the morality of self-accepted principles is characterized by:

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