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Question number: 450

» Psychological Foundations of Education » Learning and Motivation » Learning and Motivation

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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In the following two sets, Set - I indicates the theory of motivation while Set - II gives the name of the promoters of these theories in a random order.

Match the two sets and indicate your answer by selecting from the code given below:

Table of the Promoters of theories of motivation

Table of the Promoters of theories of motivation

Set - I (Promoters of theories of motivation)

Set - II (Theory of Motivation)

(1) Theory of Self Actualization

(i) Allport

(2) Theory of Achievement Motivation

(ii) Maslow

(3) Theory of Ego-involvement

(iii) Alderfer

(4) ERG Theory

(iv) Meclelland

(5) Functional Autonomy Theory

(v) Sherif and Cantril

(vi) Harlow

(November Paper-2)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1-i, 2-ii, 3-iii, 4-iv, 5-v

b.

1-ii, 2-iv, 3-v, 4-iii, 5-i

c.

1-ii, 2-iii, 3-iv, 4-v, 5-vi

d.

1-iii, 2-iv, 3-ii, 4-v, 5-vi

Question number: 451

» Methodology of Educational Research » Types of Experimental Designs

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Set I contains threats to internal validity of experimental research. Identify from Set II the correct explanation of the threats and select appropriate code to indicate your answer:

Table of the Threat

Table of the Threat

Set-I

Set-II

(1) Maturation

(i) The effect of taking one test on the scores of a subsequent test.

(2) Instrumentation

(ii) An effect due to the groups of subjects not Randomly assigned to groups.

(3) Selection

(iii) Unanticipated events occurring while the experiment is in progress that affect dependent variable.

(4) Mortality

(iv) Process operating within the subjects as a function of time.

(v) An effect due to inconsistent use of the measuring instruments.

(vi) An effect due to the subjects dropping out of the experiment on a non-random basis.

(January Paper-3)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1-iv, 2-v, 3-ii, 4-vi

b.

1-iv, 2-i, 3-v, 4-iii

c.

1-ii, 2-vi, 3-iv, 4-iii

d.

1-ii, 2-iv, 3-i, 4-vi

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