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My Todays paper of Psy511

3 June 2017

By Innocent Mishii

Total Question 27

MCQS= 22

5 Subjective Questions

3 of 3 marks

2 of 5 marks

1:- Write the main characteristics of the cognitive map? (5)
2:- How the agricultural cultures are different form the Nomadic Cultures? (5)

3:- There are some signboards on the highways like X city located to right and the Y city locate to left. What is the basic assumption behind this thing? (3)

4:- All environments carry a specific set of meanings based on specific attributes. Enlist those attributes. (3)

5:- Write the Environmental changes from the periods of our grandparents to now?  (3)

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   22mcqs 
1-
All environments carry a specific set of meanings based on specific attributes. En
list those 
attributes. (3) 
2-
Main postulates of learning theory. (3) 
3-
Enlist any three causes of stress in students. (3) 
4-
Attitudes are learnt by many ways. One of them is operant conditionin
g. State it with examples. 
(5) 
5-
U get a new job. How will u behave in new environment of job? (5)

 My today's paper of PSY511 (Environmental Psychology): 
Total: 27 Questions 
22 MCQs 
3 Short Question of 3 marks each. 
1. Which factors are related with the sense of the environm
ent? 
2. What is the primary motif of environmental psychology?
3. Describe yourself on the following traits: 
Thick skinned or sensitive 
Outgoing or shy 
Timid or aggressive 
Emotional or not 
2 Long question of 5 marks each. 
4. Do you think that our attitudes have some social basis? 
Discuss your any attitude which is 
stemmed out by social basis. 
5. What is anchor-response theory? Also explain any two re
sponses which are the result of a 
novel environment.

 QUIZ #1: 
Standing patterns of behavior represent what __________of the group rather than just of 
a single 
individual. 
Select correct option: 
Collective behavior 
Collective conscious 
Collective effort 
Collective endeavor 
While talking about the concepts of psycho-physics, which of the fo
llowing questions related with 
recognition? 
Select correct option: 
"Is there anything out there?" 
"What is it?" 
"Is this stimulus different from that one?" 
How much of it is there?" 
According to which of the following the processes of perception and c
ognition are more important than 
overt behavior? 
Select correct option: 
Geographical Determinism 
Ecological Biology 
Behaviorism 
Gestalt psychology 
The environment consists of both physical and social variables existing i
n ___________ with behavior. 
Select correct option: 
Reciprocal relationships 
One sided relationship 
Prejudiced relationships 
Working relationship 
Which of the following has the broadest scope with the concept of behavior 
setting? 
Select correct option: 
Ecological approach 
Stress approach 
Adaptation level approach 
Stimulus load theories 
Behavior is determined not by stimuli, but from the perception of those sti
muli
this statement is 
supported by which of the following theories? 
Select correct option: 
Geographical Determinism 
Ecological Biology 
Behaviorism 
Gestalt psychology 
Which of the following is Not a law of perceptual organization proposed b
y Gestalt psychologists? 
Select correct option: 
Proximity 
Closure 
Bad formation 
Good form 
Which of the following advocates that the objects, persons, and setting
s are perceived as whole? 
Select correct option: 
Geographical Determinism 
Ecological Biology 
Behaviorism 
Gestalt psychology 
The environment on our earth has already received sufficient ¬¬__________to render the 
planet 
uninhabitable by the twenty-second century. 
Select correct option: 
Abuse 
Care 
Concern 
Attention 
All environments carry a set of meanings acquired through their specific physi
¬cal, social, cultural

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