Introduction to Psychology Quiz#3, MCQs

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  1. 1)

    The correct formula for determining IQ as used in Stanford - Binet test was ____________.

    • A) MA/CA
    • B) MA/DA × 100
    • C) CA/MA × 100
    • D) MA/CA ×100

  2. 2)

    Critical thinking means making judgments based on ________________.

    • A) Emotion
    • B) Authority and expertise
    • C) Keeping a closed mind
    • D) Reason and logical evaluation

  3. 3)

    The therapy based upon __________ theory is too time consuming and therefore expensive.

    • A) Psychodynamic
    • B) Psycho social
    • C) Trait
    • D) None of the given options

  4. 4)

    . If a man experiences chest pains while at a department store, and later experiences anxiety attacks when visiting department stores, this can be explained by what type of learning?

    • A) Operant
    • B) Classical conditioning
    • C) Observational
    • D) Vicarious

  5. 5)

    Who proposed that a power similar to magnetism existed in humans?

    • A) Franz Friedrich Anton Mesmer
    • B) Philippe pinel
    • C) Galen
    • D) Plato

  6. 6)

    Social phobia is characterized by _____.

    • A) A fear of people
    • B) A fear of rejection
    • C) A fear of social situations
    • D) A fear of social isolation

  7. 7)

    Which model of psychotherapy consists of Systematic de-sensitization and contingency management?

    • A) Biological
    • B) Family and couples.
    • C) Behavioral
    • D) Cognitive

  8. 8)

    Name the concept when there is a feeling of integration between the self and ideal self.

    • A) Empathy
    • B) Respect
    • C) Congruence
    • D) Genuineness

  9. 9)

    When our initial perception about a person is positive then we tend to expect that same person has other positive characteristics too is known as ___________.

    • A) Hallo effect
    • B) Social influence
    • C) Hello effect
    • D) Positive effect

  10. 10)

    In terms of its causes and the factors affecting its course, bipolar disorder is most similar to which of these disorders?

    • A) Panic disorder
    • B) Schizophrenia.
    • C) Substance use disorders
    • D) Unipolar depression.