Development of Human Behavior (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 142 - 146 of 341

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Question number: 142

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Lack of bowel control in children is known as

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Choice (5) Response

a.

anorexia nervosa.

b.

bulimia nervosa.

c.

analism.

d.

encopresis.

e.

enuresis.

Question number: 143

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According to Erikson, a child entering adolescence can expect major developmental task demands to center around the need to

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a.

develop trust in others.

b.

acquire personal autonomy.

c.

develop a sense of one’s self.

d.

achieve intimacy with another.

e.

develop mistrust in others.

Question number: 144

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According to ________, we face a specific psychosocial dilemma at each stage of life.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Lawrence Kohlberg

b.

Sigmund Freud

c.

Erik Erikson

d.

B F Skinner

e.

James Coleman

Question number: 145

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During what ages does the concrete operational stage occur?

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a.

birth to two years of age

b.

seven to eleven years of age

c.

two to seven years of age

d.

eleven to fifteen years of age

e.

fifteen to eighteen years of age

Question number: 146

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The successful resolution of the conflict in Erikson’s psychosocial developmental stage known ________ as results in the experience of a unified sense of self.

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a.

industry versus inferiority

b.

generativity versus stagnation

c.

autonomy versus shame and doubt

d.

trust versus mistrust

e.

identity versus role confusion

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