Wednesday, March 30, 2016



11. Educational psychology is an areas of study where:
A. Principles of psychology applied in education.
B. Empirical research is being conducted to select the content          for school education
C. Knowledge for the all-round development of the learner is                acquired through research
D. Knowledge about the learner is acquired

12. All teachers must study educational psychology to:
A. Develop their teaching skills
B. Develop an understanding about the child
C. Develop rapport with students and develop maintain discipline in the class
D. Develop an understanding about teaching learning process

13. Growth and Development is best demonstrated as:
A. Continuous and comprehensive
B. Cumulative and continuous
C. Directional and cumulative
D. Continuous and directional

14. The systematic process of concept formation involve:
A. Generalization, nomenclature and categorization
B. Observation, categorization and generalization
C. Assimilation, accommodation and classification
D. Generalization, organization and classification

15. Causes for individual difference among the learners are:
A. Emotional and social variations
B. Cognition and emotional variables
C. Genetic and environmental factors
D. Emotional and environmental factors

16. Which of the following deals with methods of selecting items in a study:
A. Statistical Design
B. Operational Design
C. Sampling Design
D. Observational Design

17. Which of the following is effected when constant is subtracted to each score in the distribution?
A. Mean
B. Median
C. Quartile deviation
D. Standard deviation

18. Null hypothesis is rejected when it is true. In indicates:
A. Sampling error
B. Type II error
C. Type I error
D. Standard error

19. Given, M-100,SD=10. The score corresponding t-score 38 will be:
A. 90
B. 112
C. 100
D. 88

20. Analysis of co-variance is particularly appropriate when the subjects in two or more groups differ:
A. on a post-test
B. on pre-test
C. on a pre-post test
D. on a summative test


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