PSYCHOLOGHY ONLINE TEST UNIT-04-(EM)-(PAID TEST BATCH)

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PSYCHOLOGHY ONLINE TEST UNIT-04-(EM)-(PAID TEST BATCH)

Welcome to your TNTET PSYCHOLOGY PAPER 2 (NEW) UNIT 4

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1. Motivation technique can work only upto……….

2. Techniques of motivation are most useful for realising…………….

3. ……… is considered a sign of motivated teaching?

4. Which of the following is appropriate for environment conductive to thinking and learning in children?

5. A student works hard to clear an entrance test for admission into a medical college. The student is said to be motivated………..

6. Learning can be enriched if…………….

7. Which learning structure suits to extrinsic techniques of motivation?

8. Which one of the following optimises motivation to learn?

9. Motivation, in the process of learning,……….

10. Rajesh is a voracious reader. Apart from studying the course books, he often goes to library and read books on diverse topics. Rajesh does his project even in the lunch break. He does not need prompting by his teachers or parents to study for texts and seems to truly enjoy learning. He can be best described as a (n) ………

11. The inner force that stimulates and compels a behvioural response and provides specific direction to that response is……………

12. ………. motives deal with the need to reach satisfying feeling states and to obtain personal goals.

13. Making students members of a cleanliness community to motivate them for the same, reflects…………

14. Which one of the following strategies should a primary school teacher adopt to motivate her students?

15. To start the work, continue and stable, it is called……………

16. Which of the following factors is not related to motivation?

17. Abraham maslow explained theory of motivation in 1954 in the perspective of……….

18. As soon as the process of motivation stops………….

19. Goals of life also become motivating force because…………..

20. The theory similar to maslow theory of motivation is …………………….

21. Which point is taken into account by the teacher while selecting a particular technique of motivation?

22. _____ is the set of forces that energize, direct, and sustain behavior.

23. Which of the following statements regarding internal forces of motivation is true?

24. Which of the following is NOT a “pull” force of motivation?

25. Which of the following is NOT an internal motivational force?

26. _____ focus on the needs a person is trying to satisfy and the features of the work environment that seem to satisfy those needs.

27. To begin motivating an apathetic associate, a manager informally questions her about her satisfaction with her job’s ability to provide safety, social interaction, self-respect,and opportunities for growth. What theory of motivation is this manager most likely trying to apply in working with the associate?

28. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs includes all of the following categories EXCEPT _____

29. McClelland’s acquired needs theory asserts that managers who work with high need achievers typically should NOT _____.

30. While they agree that satisfaction is a factor in motivation, scholars note that there is little evidence that increasing employee satisfaction actually increases motivation. This has led them to criticize the _____ as being overly simplistic.

31. Self-efficacy is an individual’s confidence about his or her abilities to mobilize the _____ needed to execute a given task successfully within a specific context.

32. Social cognitive theory proposes that all of the following EXCEPT _____ would increase an individual’s self-efficacy.

33. Albert Bandura’s social cognitive theory defines _____ as gaining knowledge by observing how others perform a task and then modeling one’s own behavior in a similar manner.

34. Goal-setting research suggests that people will exert higher levels of effort when goals are _____.

35. _____ increase the probability that people will repeat a behavior; _____ decrease the probability that people will repeat a behavior.

36. Motivation is ………………

37. Human beings seek out a sense of belonging as well satisfying feelings of hunger and thirst. These are examples of a(n)………..

38. Ali takes morning classes even though she never has time for breakfast. Her stomach grumbles and feels empty to the point where she feels the need to eat. This is an example of a(n)……………….

39. Which of the following IS NOT a model of motivation?

40. Maslow believed people strive to lead a fulfilling life. According to his hierarchy of needs, which of the following IS TRUE?

41. The goal of self-actualization is to…………………….

42. Which of the following IS TRUE about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?

43. Which individual believed that humans learn abilities and skills through experience and either produce or suppress those behaviors based upon the consequences of those behaviors?

44. Which of the following IS TRUE about Skinner’s reinforcement theory?

45. The three goals of goal theory and achievement motivation include all of the following EXCEPT……………..

46. Cognitive models of motivation explain………………..

47. Which of the following individuals believe that we learn behavior from observing others in our social worlds?

48. Many early childhood educators reward their students with stickers when the child behaves appropriately. This is an example of a(n)…………..

49. When teachers integrate children’s cultural values and heritages and to classroom practice…………….

50. Self-efficacy relates to……………….