About me


Dr. P. Prince Dhanaraj

Ph.D. Education, Ph.D. Economics, Ph.D. Management

Educational Consultant,

Teaching, Research & International Collaboration
South India.



PSYCHOLOGY QUESTION BANK 1 (ENGLISH)


Gestalt Psychology is its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Gestalt provided a scientific and progressive method of problem solving based on the

  1. Heridity if an individual
  2. Environment in which a person lives
  3. Past experiences of the learner
  4. Cognitive abilities of the learner

D

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: Inner speech not only helps us solve problems but allows to

  1. Change our thoughts
  2. Regulates our behaviors
  3. Changes our mood
  4. All of these

B

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The concept of Reinforcement was introduced by

  1. Skinner
  2. Joseph Mayer Rice
  3. Lewis Madison Terman
  4. Edward Lee Thorandike

D

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: To deal with a preschool child with major temper tanturns, a parent can seek advise from

  1. Therapist
  2. Educational psychologist
  3. Clinical psychologist
  4. Industrial psychologist

B

Some Limitations of Piaget's Theory Quiz

MCQ: Siegler's approach that focuses on understanding ,challenging the rules that students use thinking is called

  1. Cognitive assessment
  2. Rule assessment
  3. Logic assessment
  4. Both A and B

B

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Behavior in all its aspects can be studied scientifically through a single technique or approach known as

  1. Learning
  2. Teaching
  3. Observation
  4. None of these

C

Observational Method Quiz

MCQ: Observational method can be suitable for

  1. Child's cognitions
  2. Child's personality traits
  3. Changing environment of the child
  4. Changing attitudes

B

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Adolescents can be treated by counseling or

  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Psychoanalysis
  3. Medicines
  4. Psycho therapy

D

Scope of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Teaching is based upon mastery of these areas

  1. Confidence
  2. Attitude
  3. Knowledge and concepts
  4. Personality

C

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Herman Ebbinghaus developed techniques for the experimental study of

  1. Learning and teaching
  2. Values and Attitudes
  3. Behaviors and Expectations
  4. Memory and Forgetting

D

Junior and Senior High: Formal Operation Quiz

MCQ: Children in preoperational stage have difficulty taking the perspective of another person this is known as

  1. Reversibility
  2. Egocentrism
  3. Metacognition
  4. Constructivism

B

Educational Psychology as a Science of Education Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology helps in planning the process of learning by adopting the

  1. Biological principals
  2. Scientific principals
  3. Principals of nature
  4. None of these

B

Brain and Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: During infancy and early childhood brain development can have enduring repercussions into adolescents and adults because of

  1. Environmental factor
  2. Maltreatment
  3. Cultural differences
  4. All of these

B

School of Psychoanalysis Quiz

MCQ: Frued's three main structures of personality is described to be "unconscious" and "pleasant seeking" it is known as

  1. Super ego
  2. ID
  3. Projection
  4. Ego

B

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: Factors that piagets identified that interacts to influence changes in thinking

  1. Biological factors
  2. Social experiences
  3. Equilibration
  4. All of these

D

Differential Method Quiz

MCQ: Differential method is also named as the field survey method as the invigilator has to go to the

  1. Laboratory
  2. Fields
  3. Labs
  4. None of these

B

Gestalt Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Gestalt psychology come into existence from

  1. USA
  2. Germany
  3. Italy
  4. Roam

B

Merits of Structuralism and its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Structuralism helped in establishing as an Independent and organized discipline by separating it from

  1. History
  2. Philosophy
  3. Science
  4. Geography

B

What is Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Psychologist who defined Educational psychology as science of education

  1. Skinner
  2. Crow and Crow
  3. J.B Watson
  4. Peel

D

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: He is known for his research on Intelligence

  1. Lewis Madison Terman
  2. Leona Tayler
  3. John Deway
  4. Herman Ebbinghaus

A

Gestalt Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Gestalt is a word of

  1. German language
  2. Latin language
  3. Persian language
  4. None of these

A

Psychophysical Method Quiz

MCQ: The branch of psychology which study the relationship between physical and psychological phenomenon is called

  1. Educational psychology
  2. Clinical psychology
  3. Psycho Physics
  4. Health psychology

C

Observational Method Quiz

MCQ: Observational method takes place under

  1. Laboratory
  2. Quite places
  3. Natural conditions
  4. Controlled conditions

C

Cognitive Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Cognitive psychology studies man's

  1. Thinking
  2. Memory language
  3. Perception, Imagery
  4. All of these

D

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Observation or one's own behavior by looking inward is known as the method of

  1. Learning
  2. Introspection
  3. Observational approach
  4. None of these

B

Structuralism Quiz

MCQ: The approach which focused on the analysis of the components of consciousness is called

  1. Functionalism
  2. Structuralism
  3. Behaviorism
  4. None of these

B

Merits of Behaviorism and its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Behaviorists focused only on

  1. Figuring out what people are feeling
  2. How and why people were thinking
  3. What was actually done by the people and observed by the invigilator
  4. All of these

C

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Theories of counseling or psychotherapeutic interventions may help in adolescent with

  1. Behavioral problem
  2. Cleanliness
  3. Emotional problems
  4. Family problems

A

School of Psychoanalysis Quiz

MCQ: The founder of psychoanalysis is

  1. J.B Watson
  2. B.F Skinner
  3. Tichner
  4. Sigmand Freud

D

Limitations of Experimental Method Quiz

MCQ: Experiments can only be done in only

  1. Natural environment
  2. In rest state
  3. Controlled rigid situations
  4. None of these

C

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: 8 year old child who has been sexually and physically abused for them educational psychologist use

  1. Counseling
  2. Play therapy
  3. Behavioral therapy
  4. Both Counseling and Behavioral therapy

B

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: Best behavioral approach to learning is

  1. People learn by forming patterns and associations in their minds
  2. People learn from experiences
  3. People learn through punishment and reward
  4. People learn by sharing War stories

B

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Edward Lee Thorandike gave

  1. The Law of learning
  2. The Law of teaching
  3. The Law of observing
  4. The Law of Exercise

D

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Behavioral events that are observed and recorded under natural conditions is called

  1. Natural observation
  2. Inner observation
  3. Introspection
  4. Self examination

A

Four Stages of Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: A Schema is a

  1. Category of knowledge that allow us to interpret or understand the world
  2. The process of balancing old knowledge and new information
  3. The process of talking in new information and experiences
  4. None of these

A

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The assessment to identify the nature of problem of the child may include interviews, observations and

  1. Therapy
  2. Standardized tests
  3. Psychoanalysis
  4. None of these

B

Experiments in Laboratory Set-Up Quiz

MCQ: Thorandike's experiments are mostly on

  1. Cats
  2. Dogs
  3. Pigeons
  4. Rats

A

Structuralism Quiz

MCQ: Wundt and his students conducted experiments in his laboratory by using the art of

  1. Studying Unconsciousness
  2. Observing behavior
  3. Introspection and self observation
  4. Both A and B

C

Nature of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology is sufficiently scientific and an applied

  1. Cognitive science
  2. Behavioral Science
  3. Neuro science
  4. None of these

B

General Principals of Development Quiz

MCQ: Development is relatively

  1. Random
  2. Orderly
  3. Orderly and in a logical order
  4. None of these

C

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: He was awarded for the doctorate for his classic thesis on "Animal Intelligence"

  1. Edward lee Thorandike
  2. Joseph Mayer Rice
  3. Lewis Madison Terman
  4. Skinner

A

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: In classical conditioning the natural and unlearned reaction to an unconditioned stimulus is known as the

  1. Unconditioned stimulus
  2. Unconditioned response
  3. Unconditioned stimulus
  4. Conditioned response

B

Junior and Senior High: Formal Operation Quiz

MCQ: Children begin to develop symbols to represent events or objects in the world at the stage of

  1. Primary circular reaction
  2. Secondary circular reaction
  3. Tertiary circular reaction
  4. Early representational thought

D

Method of Treatment Quiz

MCQ: The method which involves an intensive study involving all possible details regarding individual behavior.

  1. Psycho physical method
  2. Experimental method
  3. Clinical method
  4. Survey method

C

Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory Quiz

MCQ: Vygotsky theory must directly supports cooperative learning strategies that are evidence by

  1. Students helping are another to learn
  2. Students are role modes for other students
  3. One student help all students to learn
  4. Students in competition

A

Functionalism Quiz

MCQ: Functionalists believes that knowing the compositions and structure of mind is not as important as

  1. Understanding the environment where individuals lies
  2. Understanding its activities and functions
  3. Understanding behaviors
  4. None of these

B

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: First standardized test were given by

  1. Skinner
  2. Edward Lee Thorandike
  3. Lewis Madison Terman
  4. None of these

B

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: Punishment is

  1. An unpleasant event or stimulus
  2. any undesired event or stimulus that weakens or decreases a behavior
  3. a disagreeable consequence
  4. something the individual dislikes

B

Cognitive Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The most accurate description of the cognitions is

  1. It is about awareness
  2. It includes a wide range of mental activities and psychological processes
  3. Intelligence is the main focus of cognition
  4. it is primarily about intuitive processes

B

Structuralism Quiz

MCQ: Structuralist psychologist tried to provide a systematic study of

  1. Nature
  2. Behavior
  3. Emotions
  4. Mind

D

What is Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology attempt to apply the knowledge of psychology in the field of

  1. Medicine
  2. Education
  3. Social sciences
  4. Industrial

B

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The oldest method for the study of behavior is

  1. Observation
  2. Standardized tests
  3. Intelligence test
  4. Introspection

D

A Definition of Development Quiz

MCQ: Systematic change in the mental processes that underlie all learning and performance is referred to as

  1. Moral development
  2. Cognitive development
  3. Social emotional development
  4. Intellectual development

B

Experiments Outside Laboratory Quiz

MCQ: In this design it is not necessary to have two different individuals or groups of subject for the experiments

  1. Control group design
  2. Multiple group design
  3. Design involving relation
  4. The control test or single group design

D

Merits of Functionalism and its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Functionalists emphasis that only those things should be taught to the children

  1. Which they could apply in every day life
  2. Which they can remember only
  3. Which they can use on special events
  4. Which are related to their self only

A

A Definition of Development Quiz

MCQ: According to Vygotsky, cognitive development depends on

  1. Environmental processes
  2. Mental maturity
  3. Social interactions
  4. Genetics

C

Understanding and Building on Student's Thinking Quiz

MCQ: Piaget theory for teaching is

  1. Students must learn through everything
  2. Students are supposed to learn positive behavior from their teachers
  3. Students must be neither bored by work that is too simple nor left behind by teaching they cannot understand
  4. None of these

C

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The goal of Educational psychology is

  1. To understand the environment
  2. To gain knowledge of behaviours
  3. To understand and improvement of education
  4. All of these

C

Introduction to Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Introspection means

  1. Looking outwards
  2. Looking Inwards
  3. Observing events
  4. None of these

B

Functionalism Quiz

MCQ: To study the mind functionalism adapted the

  1. Psychological approach
  2. Physiological approach
  3. Biological approach
  4. Both A and B

C

Four Stages of Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: Piaget believe that children in the concrete operational stage have difficulty with

  1. Perspective thinking
  2. Deductive logic
  3. Inductive logic
  4. Conversation

B

Merits of Structuralism and its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Structuralism provides Introspection as a method of

  1. Studying attitude
  2. Modifying Behavior
  3. Studying Behavior
  4. Both A and B

C

Educational Psychology as a Science of Education Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology produces the result of

  1. Researches
  2. Experiments
  3. Education
  4. Survey

C

Nature of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology processes a well organized systematic body of facts which is supported by the

  1. Biological laws and principals
  2. Laws and principals of nature
  3. Psychological laws and principals
  4. None of these

C

Experiments in Laboratory Set-Up Quiz

MCQ: Psychologist does the experiments to study the behavior related to

  1. Teaching
  2. Learning
  3. Changing cognitions
  4. None of these

B

Gestalt Psychology is its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: The gestalt approach has been duly acknowledge in methodology an teaching of

  1. Sports
  2. Learning attitudes
  3. Teaching and learning
  4. None of these

C

Structuralism Quiz

MCQ: Edward Bradford Tichner regarded psychology as the study of experience and

  1. Science of Behavior
  2. Science of heridity
  3. Science of consciousness
  4. None of these

C

What is Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology as that it describes and explains the learning experiences of an individual from either through old age said by

  1. Skinner
  2. Crow and Crow
  3. J.B Watson
  4. Peel

B

Method of Constant Stimuli Quiz

MCQ: This method is also called the method of mean, error or the adjustment method

  1. The method of Average Error
  2. Experimental method
  3. The method of constant stimuli
  4. None of these

A

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: Piaget called children self-directed talk as

  1. Private speech
  2. Ecocentric speech
  3. Self talk
  4. None of these

B

Experimental Method Quiz

MCQ: In experimental method we study the

  1. Environment's relationship with individuals
  2. Cause and effect relationship
  3. Reliability and validity
  4. None of these

B

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: Reforcement is

  1. an event that strengthens or increases a response
  2. something that individual finds pleasant
  3. anything that decreases a response
  4. An incentive

A

Four Stages of Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: According to piagets the middle childhood years bring a new set of skills concreteoperations that

  1. Build an expend development in fine and gross motor capabilities
  2. Facilitate emotional development as child resolves common cultural demands
  3. Reduce anxiety an children in this stage
  4. Provide, general abstract rules and strategies for examining and interacting with the world

D

Activity and Constructive Knowledge Quiz

MCQ: Piaget's fundamental insight was that individuals construct their own understanding and

  1. Learning is a productive process
  2. Learning is a destructive process
  3. Learning is a constructive process
  4. None of these

C

Differential Method Quiz

MCQ: Differential method is based on

  1. Cultural differences
  2. Individual differences
  3. Teaching methods
  4. Learning outcomes

B

Junior and Senior High: Formal Operation Quiz

MCQ: The ability to think abstractly and systematically solve problems emerges during the

  1. Concrete operational stage
  2. Formal operational stage
  3. Sensory motor stage
  4. Preoperational stage

B

Junior and Senior High: Formal Operation Quiz

MCQ: Piaget's stages have been criticized because

  1. His theory was based on an unrepresentative sample of children
  2. Not all people reach formal operational stage
  3. His theory underestimate children's abilities
  4. All of these

D

Scope of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Learner behavior can be modified by bringing about all around development of his/her

  1. Family
  2. Friends
  3. Personality
  4. Teachers

C

Method of Treatment Quiz

MCQ: Behaviors can be changed in the individual by his adjustment with himself and with his environment

  1. Survey method
  2. Experimental method
  3. Didderential method
  4. Method of Treatment

D

Scope of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: The attitude of successful teachers towards their students is

  1. Arrogant
  2. Friendly
  3. Non-serious
  4. Realistic

D

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: If somebody spend much time around young children they will come to know that when children play they often do

  1. Misbehaved
  2. Self talk
  3. Shouting
  4. All of these

C

Some Limitations of Piaget's Theory Quiz

MCQ: Piaget theory is a qualitative theory of cognitive development which means it

  1. Uses standard test to measure and describe thoughts
  2. Explains what kind of knowledge are typical of children at different ages
  3. Identifies different kinds of thinking children performs at different ages
  4. Provides ways to determine how well children think at different stages

C

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: For expressing ideas and asking questions the categories and concepts for thinking is

  1. Language
  2. Logical reasoning
  3. Private speech
  4. None of these

A

Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory Quiz

MCQ: Vygotsky differed from piaget in that

  1. Piaget believed that learning proceeds development
  2. piaget believed that environmental stimuli contributes to development
  3. Vygotsky theory suggest that learning proceeds development
  4. Piaget spend his career in the Stalinist soviet union

C

Gestalt Psychology is its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: In any type of learning Gestalt laid greatest emphasis on the role of

  1. Reward and punishment
  2. Past experiences
  3. Positive behavior
  4. Motivation and definite goals and purpose

D

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Lewis Madison Terman wrote the book

  1. The Measurement of Behavior
  2. The Measurement of Behavior
  3. The Measurement of Intelligence
  4. None of these

c

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: According to behaviorists psychology means

  1. The science of consciousness
  2. The science of unconsciousness
  3. The science of behavior
  4. The science of soul

C

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: He is considered as a father of research in teaching

  1. Edward lee Thorandike
  2. Lewis Medison Terman
  3. Joseph Mayer Rice
  4. None of these

C

Gestalt Psychology Quiz

MCQ: An individual perceives the situation as whole and after seeing and evaluating the different relationships takes the proper decision, for this Gestalt psychology used the term

  1. Introspection
  2. Observation
  3. Insight
  4. Decision making

C

Four Stages of Cognitive Development Quiz

MCQ: In contrast to elementary school child, an adolescent aho has developed formal operational thought can

  1. Think about possible outcomes
  2. Think systematically about future
  3. Imagine future consequences of her actions
  4. Do all of these

D

Gestalt Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Most prominent members of gestalt psychology were

  1. Kurt koffka
  2. Max wertheimer
  3. Wolfgang kohler
  4. All oh these

D

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: He translated Binet test of intelligence INTO ENGLISH

  1. Leona Tyler
  2. John Deway
  3. Herman Ebbinghaus
  4. Lewis Madison Terman

D

Help Students to Use Formal Operations Quiz

MCQ: Help students to use formal operations by using such tasks:

  1. Ask students to write about universe
  2. Give students opportunity to solve problems and reason scientifically
  3. Help group discussions in which students design experiments
  4. All of the above

D

Prominent Pioneers in Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Joseph Mayer Rice was a great

  1. Philosopher
  2. Poet
  3. Classroom observer
  4. Tutor

C

Draw Back and Limitations of Introspection Quiz

MCQ: Introspection lacks reliable communicability and

  1. Repeatability
  2. Validity
  3. None of these
  4. Both A and B

A

Nature of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology is mostly concerned with what is happening

  1. In the past
  2. In the future
  3. In the present
  4. All of these

C

Some Limitations of Piaget's Theory Quiz

MCQ: Much of the new research on cognitive development in children suggest that

  1. Piaget view was accurate
  2. Piaget view was wrong
  3. Piaget view needs to be modified
  4. It is impossible to replicate piaget's research because it was done primarily on his three children

C

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: Learning is

  1. Relatively permanent change in behavior
  2. It only occurs through conditioning
  3. passive process
  4. All of these

A

Some Limitations of Piaget's Theory Quiz

MCQ: All of the following is an application of piagets' theory Except:

  1. Not all concepts of cognitive stage develop at the same time
  2. Changing the tasks that measure cognitive development changes skills children exhibit
  3. Children can be trained to do tasks that they should not be stage they are in to do the cognitib
  4. Some of the skills identified appear much later then he suggested

D

Draw Back and Limitations of Introspection Quiz

MCQ: In introspection the state of one's mental process is

  1. Diverting
  2. Changing
  3. Growing
  4. None of these

B

Merits of Structuralism and its Contributions to Education Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology in terms of laboratory as well as field experiments can be claimed as a positive contribution of the

  1. School of Structuralism
  2. School of Functionalism
  3. School of Behaviorism
  4. None of these

A

Experimental Method Quiz

MCQ: The most scientific and objective methods of studying behavior is

  1. Observational method
  2. Introspection method
  3. Experimental method
  4. Differential method

C

Implications of Piagets Theory for Teachers Quiz

MCQ: According to piagets the main goal of education should be

  1. To help students how to learn
  2. To change students behavior
  3. To adjust the students with his environment
  4. To bring changes in students' attitude

A

A Definition of Development Quiz

MCQ: According to Piagetian theory, cognitive development is influenced by all of the following except,

  1. Perception
  2. Verbal facilities
  3. Reasoning
  4. Language

D

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: The sudden appearance of a response after a period of extinction is known as

  1. Stimulus generalization
  2. Extinction
  3. Stimulus discrimination
  4. Spontaneous recovery

D

Scope of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology deals with the problems of

  1. Learner and parents
  2. Learner and teachers
  3. Teachers and parents
  4. Learner and care takers

B

Applications of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychologist normally work collaboratively with

  1. Teachers and parents
  2. Friends and family
  3. Doctors and parents
  4. All of these

A

Difference Between Piaget's and Vygotsky's Theories on Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: Piaget believed that egocentric play no useful function in

  1. Regulating child's behavior
  2. Bringing change in child's thoughts
  3. Altering behaviors
  4. Children development

D

Educational Psychology as a Science of Education Quiz

MCQ: With the help of educational psychology a teacher can teach effectively by making minimum use of energy in terms of their

  1. Time and labor
  2. Practice
  3. Delivering Lecture
  4. All of these

A

Structuralism Quiz

MCQ: The one who mainly responsible for the evolution of structuralism is

  1. Edward Bradford
  2. J.B Watson
  3. Wilhelm Wundt
  4. None of these

C

Gestalt Psychology Quiz

MCQ: According to gestalt school of thoughts

  1. An individual perceives things as a whole
  2. Reinforcement and rewards can change behavior
  3. An individual learns from experiences
  4. None of these

A

Nature of Educational Psychology Quiz

MCQ: Educational psychology studies the behavior of the learner in relation to his/her

  1. Educational environment
  2. Home environment
  3. Peer gathering
  4. iIn isolation

A

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: According to piaget when children develop socialized speech

  1. When they hear some elders talking
  2. When some elder person guides them
  3. When they have disagreement with peers
  4. All of these

C

Role of Language and Private Speech Quiz

MCQ: In Vygotsky's view the use of private speech peaks at around

  1. 3-4 Years age
  2. 5-6 Years of age
  3. 5-7 Years of age
  4. 10-11 Years of age

C

Draw Back and Limitations of Observational Method Quiz

MCQ: In observational method, it is impossible to observe what is happening

  1. In the environment
  2. In the minds of others
  3. In the present
  4. None of these

B

Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory Quiz

MCQ: Vygotsky view of cognitive development is

  1. He saw development as genetically predetermined
  2. He saw development as a sequence of learning stimuli- response association
  3. He saw development as a subject to mutation during its course
  4. He proposed that intellectual development can be understood in terms of the historical and cultural context children experience

D

Behaviorism Quiz

MCQ: The founder of behaviorism is

  1. William James
  2. I.P.Pavlov
  3. J.B Watson
  4. Alfred Binet

C

Method of Constant Stimuli Quiz

MCQ: The method of right and wrong responses is called

  1. The method of Average error
  2. The method of constant stimuli
  3. Experimental method
  4. Survey method

B