Q2 Who carried out many experiments using rats, pigeons and other animals in order to understand how they respond to their environment______
Q3 Who defined psychology as the scientific study of human behavior____________
Q4 The type of psychology that deals almost exclusively with people who are mentally ill or who are experiencing behavioural problems is ___
Q5 The type of psychology that stresses the way in which children learn, and how to help children who are not doing well at school is ____
Q6 The writings of _______was very significant in the development of psychology
Q7 The______ Stereotype is a situation we often find ourselves having only categorical information concerning a person.
Q8 Non-Verbal Cues is a major source of ______ formation
Q9 The two basic dimensions of emotional expressions are ______ and arousal
Q10 People judges the emotional states of others as in grimace when they feel ___
Q11 ______ is a psychological operation that is basic to the determination of terminal human behavior
Q12 Fear is the _____factor of person�??s perception.
Q13 Happiness is the ______ factor of person�??s perception.
Q14 The Reason that influences how another person perceives is _____
Q15 Heider argues that all human beings have two strong____
Q16 Perceiver variability is the main factor of ___ personality.
Q17 The feeling about others is the main process of ____
Q18 Identical twins are genetically identical and result from a splitting of the ______around the time of conception.
Q19 Non-identical twins are also known as_____
Q20 Identical twins are genetically identical and such twins are referred to as___
Q21 Non-identical twins are the result of two different eggs being fertilized by two different _____ around the same point in time.
Q22 Alfred Binet was called the father of ______ testing.
Q23 The subjective judgment of a person is based on _____
Q24 The biological wants of human being is ___needs.
Q25 The genetic factor determines the existence of every _____
Q26 1. The first five years of individual determined the _____ of the Life.
Q27 The use statistical method to pick a representative of a population.
Q28 The unstructured questionnaire gives the respondents freedom to reveal their opinions and ___
Q29 The type of questionnaire that tries to explain items in exhaustive and mutually is ____
Q30 The educated guesses or answers to the problem is _
Q31 The direction of Psychology to family-care programmes and programmes in child guidance and rehabilitation centres is ___
Q32 Psychology has a great deal to offer in any law enforcement agency -large or small is ___
Q33 The application of psychology to the area of crime and the legal system is__.
Q34 ____ learning refers to a collection of experiences which a person progressively acquires to be regarded as educated in his/her society
Q35 _____ posts that learning is a central process in understanding human behaviour
Q36 ___talked of learning as a association of ideas following the laws of similarity, contrast, and continuity
Q37 The information which relates to the attitudes, opinions and beliefs of the respondents is the________ part of the questionnaire.
Q38 The processing of information, perception, memory, problem solving, and consciousness is__
Q39 The respondents age, sex, social class ,and education is the _____ part of the questionnaire
Q40 The study of two variables as associated was a statistical technique devised by