Advance Social Psychology MCQs

Advance Social Psychology Solved MCQs with answers in PDF.

Small fibers that branch out from the cell body and pick up the incoming message are known as;
a. nerves.
b. axons
c. dendrites
d terminals
e. none of these

Answer dendrites

The thyroid gland controls:

a. glucose absorption
b. metabolism emotions
c. emotions
d. sexuality
e. none of these

Answer metabolism

The capacity of the eye to differentiate fine details is knowns as;

a visual acuity
b visual dilation
c. visual sensitivity
d. adaptation
e. none of these

Answer visual acuity

Select the name of the disorder in which results when fluid pressure constructs inside the eye and causes damage to the optic nerve:

a. prospagnia
b glaucoma
c dyslexia
d.achromatospia

e. none of these

Answer glaucoma

Optical mirage result from the twist in:

a. perception
b. sensation
c. transduction
d. adaptation
e. none of these

Answer perception

Our common method for dealing with the environment is called;

a. cognitive style
b. perceptual style
c. personality
d. intelligence
e. none of these

Answer cognitive style

The external motive that guide objectives directed behavior is known as:

a. incentive
b. needs
c. drives
d. reciprocal

Answer incentive

Select the term in which psychologists work to upgrade the efficiency of people in business:

a.industrial/organizational
b.developmental
c.cognitive
d.physiological
e. none of these

Answer industrial/organizational

Psychology is the science of:
a. inductive reasoning
b. objective introspection
c. behavior and mental processes
d. emotions
e. none of these

Answer behavior and mental processes

A hypothesis defined;

a. a testable prediction derived from a theory
b. an explanation of a phenomenon
c. the independent variable
d. the dependant variable.
e. none of these

Answer a testable prediction derived from a theory

Select the research method of Freud;
a case study method
b. naturalistic observation
c. survey research
d correlational method
e. none of these

Answer the case study method

The quantity of association between two or more variable is:

a. synchronicity
b. naturalistic observation
c. reliability
d. correlation
e. none of these

Answer correlation

the theory of Gestalt emphasized:

a. our tendency to see patterns
b. the atoms of thought
c. environmental stimuli
d. a flow of consciousness
e. none of these
Answer our tendency to see patterns

Most psychologists accept aggressions:

a. a learned response
b. linked to sexual drive
c. an innate biological response to frustration
d. a drive that builds up over time and must be released
e. none of these

Answer; an innate biological response to frustration

The operation of detecting changed and transferring from the outer environment to the brain is called:

a. sensation
b. perception
c. selective attention
d. adaptation
e. none of these.

Answer sensation

According to Alfred Adler, the main motivating force in a person’s life is:

a. physical gratification:
b. existential anxiety
c. the need for power
d. striving for superiority
e. none of these.

Answer striving for superiority

Which term is used in the learning mechanism dopes B.F.Skinner sees as being the vital means by which behavior is learned;

a. operant conditioning
b. classical conditioning
c. observational conditioning
d. insight learning
e. none of these.

Answer operant conditioning
Select the approaches in which personality is least deterministic;

a. skinner’s approach
b. the psychoanalytical approach
c. the humanistic approach
d. the behavioral approach
e. none of these.

Answer the humanistic approach

Which of the following did Carl Rogers believe encourage a congruent self-concept?

a. unconditional love
b. appropriate role models
c. immediate- need gratification
d. conditional love
e. none of these.

Answer unconditional love

20.Define Stereotypes:

a. special types of schemas that are part of people’s shared cultural background
b. equivalent to prejudice
c. widely held beliefs that people have certain characteristics because of their membership in a particular group
d. both a and b
e. none of these.

Answer; widely held beliefs that people have certain characteristics because of their membership in a particular group

In developmental psychology, the term nature mention to _____ part that control development.

(a) Physical
(b) Environmental
(c) Biological
(d) All of these
(e) None of these

Answer Biological

Select the factor which is the most important biological element to the organized physical growth of the body including of nervous system, In the study of development;

(a) Maturation
(b) Hormones
(c) Environment
(d) Growth factors
(e) None of these

Answer Growth factors

A biologically determined period in the life of some animals during which the definite shape of learning can take place most easily is known as:

(a) Critical period
(b) Milestone
(c) Stage
(d) Landmark
(e) None of these

Answer Critical period

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