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WORK PSYCHOLOGY QUESTION BANK c.

aids in developing competitive


intelligence.
BCOM- 4 SEMESTER

MCQ d. diminishes the effect of development in


the appraisal process
1. Which of the following personality
characteristics are associated with people who 5. Rearrange the steps of Maslow's Need
are likely to exhibit violent behavior on the Hierarchy Theory.
job?
A. Self - Actualisation Needs
a. Neurotic B. Physiological needs
C. Belongingness and love needs
b. Optimistic D. Self - esteem needs
E. Safety needs
c. Extraverted
a. ABCDE
d. Type A b. ADCBE
c. DCBEA
2. Which of these suggestions is an effective way
d. ADCEB
to deal with stress?
6. Psychologists from which sub discipline of
a. Meditation
psychology develop and use therapeutic
techniques, advice, or guidance to help people
b. Exercise
with cognitive, emotional, behavioral,
c. Talking with others interpersonal, occupational, or academic
difficulties to function better?
d. All of the given options
a. academic psychology
3. Stress can affect not only your health, but also B. experimental psychology
other aspects of your life. What else can be C. professional psychology
affected by stress? D. basic psychology

a. Family relationships 7. Academic and professional psychology differs


in which of the following ways?
b. Work performance
a. Academic and professional psychology
c. Your attention to safety emphasizes different goals, although
these goals overlap to some extent.
d. All of the given options
b. Academic psychology is most
4. The 360 degree appraisal interested in research, whereas
professional psychology is most
a. works best in large organizations. interested in developing theories.

b. provides feedback from a verity of


individuals.
c. Academic and professional psychology
emphasizes different types of research, 13. Which one of the following is not a
although these types of research overlap secondary/learnt motive?
i. Achievement
to some extent.
ii. Power
iii. Hunger
d. Academic psychology is most iv. Curiosity
interested in abnormal behavior,
whereas professional psychology is 14. ________________are enduring
most interested in normal. dimensions of personality characteristics
that differentiate a person from others.
8. Which of the following is one of the main
precepts of scientific psychology? a. Behaviour
b. Personality
c. Traits
a. subjectivism
d. All of the given options
B. empiricism
C. idealism 15. Hunger, thirst and sleep are
D. naturalism the________________.
a. Learnt motives
9. Needs reflect either physiological or b. Primary motives
psychological deficiencies. c. Social motives
a. True d. None of the given options
b. False
c. Cant say
d. insufficient information 16. A correlation is a numerical measure of
the__________.
10. Who propounded the Need's Theory
i. Unintended changes in
a. Frederick Herzberg participants behavior due to
b. Alderfer cues from the experimenter.
ii. Behaviors of participants of
c. Abraham Harold Maslow
different ages compared at a
d. None of the above given time.
iii. Behaviors of participants
11. A type of thinking which is aimed at solving followed and periodically assed
problems or creating something new is called: over time.
iv. Strength of relationship between
a. Creative thinking two variables.
b. Autistic thinking
c. Directed thinking 17. In survey research method:
d. Symbolic thinking a. Existing data are examined
b. A control group is necessary
12. A child who gives many answers in
response to a question resorts to the c. New data is generated
process of ______________. d. A sample of people are asked questions

a. Convergent thinking 18. A psychologist with a ______________


perspective focuses on how people know,
b. Latent thinking
understand, and think about the world:
c. Divergent thinking
d. Critical thinking a. Psychodynamic
b. Behavioral
c. Humanistic 25. __________ is the school of thought in where
psychology is defined as the study of the
d. Cognitive structure of the mind.
a. Functionalism.
19. The change that an experimenter b. Behaviorism.
deliberately produces in a situation is c. Structuralism.
called: d. All of the above.
a. The experimental manipulation
b. Randomization 26. Which type of learning process did B.F.
c. Replication Skinner describe?
d. The control group a. Classical Conditioning
b. Modeling
c. Observational Learning
20. The correct formula for determining IQ as
used in Stanford - Binet test was d. Operant Conditioning
____________.
a. MA/CA 27. The technique to study the subjects brain
b. MA/DA 100 wave, heart rate and blood pressure is called
c. CA/MA 100 (a) Relaxation Training
d. MA/CA 100 (b) Biofeedback
(c) Both (a) and (b)
21. Critical thinking means making judgments (d) None of the above
based on ________________. 28. Recognition, positive reinforcement and
a. Emotion employees empowerment can be used to avoid
b. Authority and expertise the
c. Keeping a closed mind a. Turnover
d. Reason and logical evaluation b. Conflict
c. Accident
22. What is one similarity shared by clinical d. Frustration
psychologists and psychiatrists?
a. They diagnose and treat people experiencing 29. In Pavlov's studies of classical conditioning in
behavioral and emotional problems.
b. They have the same training experiences after dogs, which of these was the conditional
college stimulus?
c. They view abnormal behaviors as arising from a. presentation of food
the same causes. b. a tone or bell
d. They obtain the same graduate degree c. salivation
d. consumption of food
23. When our initial perception about a
person is positive then we tend to expect
that same person has other positive 30. The dog's salivation in response to the bell in
characteristics too is known as Pavlov's paradigm is referred to as the:
___________. a. unconditioned stimulus
a. Hallo effect
b. conditioned stimulus
b. Social influence
c. Hello effect c. unconditioned response
d. Positive effect d. conditioned response

24. The ability to feel what the client feels is called Q2. Write short notes on the following:-
____________. i. Ergonomics
a. Respect ii. Psychological Capital
b. Sympathy iii. Altruism
c. Empathy iv. Optimism
d. Congruence v. Self Efficacy
vi. Work-Life Balance
vii. Spiritual Quotient emotional intelligence and social intelligence?
viii. Aggression Which of these three is most important at work?
ix. Emotional intelligence vs. Intelligence Quotient 3. What are the challenges and emerging issues in
x. Counseling psychology occupational psychology?
xi. Psychodynamic theories 4. Define personality. Explain various ways
xii. Conformity of assessing personality.
xiii. Prosocial behavior 5. How social norms and socialization effect the
xiv. Culture and personality behavior of the individual in organizations?
xv. Psychology in India 6. Explain various theories of personality in detail.
xvi. Big five model of personality 7. Describe the process of perception detail.
Explain the application of perception in
Q3. Long Questions (attempt any two) organization.
1. Explain all branches of Psychology in detail. 8. Define intelligence. Explain all theories of
2. What is the difference between intelligence, intelligence.