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Important Questions for CBSE Class 12 Psychology Exam 2013

Mar 22, 2013 18:49 IST

    CBSE Important Psychology Questions for Class 12th Board Exam 2013, given here.

    1.Explain briefly the multiple intelligences identified by Gardner.

    2.Which of the two, IQ or EQ, do you think would be more related to success in life and why?

    3.All persons do not have the same intellectual capacity. How do individuals vary in their intellectual ability? Explain.

    4.Give an example of a life event which is likely to be stressful. Suggest reasons why it is likely to cause different degrees of stress to the person experiencing it.

    5.Discuss the factors that lead to positive health and well-being.

    6.Describe the GAS model and illustrate the relevance of this model with the help of an example.

    7.How would Horney’s explanation of depression be different from that of Alfred Adler?

    8.Explain how projective techniques assess personality. Which projective tests of personality are widely used by psychologists?

    9.Differentiate between verbal and non-verbal tests.
     
    10.Explain giftedness.

    11.Define personality.

    12.What is observational learning?

    13.Describe occupational therapy.

    14.Explain the term crowding.

    15.State two ways in which environment influences human behavior.

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