1.Which of the following nerves carry the sensory messages from skin, eyes and ears to Central Nervous System?
(1) Efferent
(2) Afferent
(3) Cranial
(4) Peripheral

2. A Woman who learns that she has been deprived of promotion to a higher job in a company, may storm into her boss’s
office and have temper tentrum. It exemplifies :
(1) Sublimation
(2) Rationalization
(3) Reaction Formation
(4) Regression

3. Which of the following is correct for the Pheromones?
(1) Biochemicals found within the brain which effect a person’s behaviour
(2) Biochemials which play an important role in transmitting information from neuron to neuron
(3) Chemical messengers found in the Central Nervous System
(4) Chemical substances emitted by the person into the environment affecting the behaviour of others

4. Which of the following describes the enduring facilitation of synaptic transmission that occurs following activation of
synapses by high intensity and high frequency stimulation of pre‐synaptic neurons?
(1) Action potential
(2) Absolute refractory period
(3) Relative refractory period
(4) Long term potentiation

5. If a person’s distinctive social category makes him or her vulnerable to stereotyping, it is referred to as:‐
(1) Token integration
(2) Neosexism
(3) Ingratiation
(4) Token bias

6. Which of the following statements is wrong?
(1) Body’s requirement of sleep varies with age
(2) Tertiary prevention is action taken to identify and treat an illness or injury early with an aim of stopping or reversing the problem

(3) Endorphins are released during exercise
(4) Excessive alcohol consumption leads to shrinking of frontal lobe of the brain.

7. Which of the following is involved in Type ‘a’ processes of thinking as described by Wertheimer?
(1) Grouping and reorganization
(2) Assimilation and conditioning
(3) Blind trial and error
(4) Partially productive methods

8. A person’s chronological Age is 20 years, and mental age is 16 years. What would be his IQ?
(1) 120
(2) 100
(3) 80
(4) 110

9. “When individuals believe that moral choices are not dependent on close ties to others and that rules must be enforced in the same
manner for everyone and each person should uphold them”.
The following statement is characteristic of which stage of Moral Development according to Kohlberg?
(1) Social contract orientation

(2) Morality of Interpersonal Cooperation
(3) Social order maintaining orientation

(4) Universal Ethical principle orientation

10. Which of the following statements describe the term ‘Diffusion of Responsibility?
(1) People help others in order to reduce their emotional discomfort
(2) Greater the number of witnesses to an emergency, the less likely the victims are to receive help
(3) Helping others is a means of increasing one’s own status and reputation
(4) Prosocial acts are motivated solely by the desire to help someone in need

11. Cattell proposed his theory of fluid and crystallized intelligences on the basis of which of the following?
(1) First order factors of abilities
(2) Second order factors of abilities
(3) Third order factors of abilities
(4) Higher order factors of abilities

12. Behavior is a direct result of behavioral intentions, this is explained by which of the following?
(1) Theory of reasoned action
(2) Theory of social Impact
(3) Equity theory
(4) Correspondent inference theory

13. As per Socrates’ Greek Philosophy, Which of the following is NOT true about eudaemonia?
(1) It means living well or flourishing
(2) It is more than merely attaining pleasure
(3) Being virtuous is almost identical to eudaemonia
(4) Being virtuous does not guarantee eudaemonia

14, Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) is best suited for making groupwise comparisons for several dependent
variables. Which of the following are these?
(1) Uncorrelated
(2) Moderately correlated
(3) Very highly correlated
(4) Either uncorrelated or have small negative correlations

15. Who among the following proposed that different emotional stimuli induce different patterns of ANS activity and that
these different patterns produce different emotional experiences?
(1) James–Lange
(2) Cannon–Bard
(3) Singer–Schachter
(4) Plutchik

16, The tendency to believe that a task will take less time than it really will, is known as:‐
(1) Magical thinking
(2) Planning Fallacy
(3) Optimistic Bias
(4) Fundamental Attribution Error

17. Which of the following are the correct differences between Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease?
(A) Parkinson’s disease is a disorder of middle and old age while Huntington’s disease is a disorder of young.
(B) Parkinson’s disease is a movement disorder while Huntington’s disease is an emotional disorder.
(C) Unlike Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease has a strong genetic base.
(D) Parkinson’s disease is not associated with severe dementia while Huntington’s disease is.
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:‐
(1) (A) and (B) only
(2) (C) and (D) only
(3) (A) , (C) and (D) only
(4) (B), (C) and (D) only

18, Memory that is thought to contain knowledge, facts, information, ideas that can be recalled or described in words,
pictures, or symbols is called:‐
(1) Procedural memory
(2) Episodic memory
(3) Semantic memory
(4) Declarative memory

19. Young adults who return after leaving home for some period, to live in their middle aged parents home are known as:‐
(1) Sandwich children
(2) Benevolent children
(3) Boomerang children
(4) Compliant children

20. Integration of cognitive aspects of learning with the emotional aspects of experience and learning is known as:‐
(1) Integrated approach to learning
(2) Confluent education
(3) Feeling class approach to education
(4) Motivational approach to learning