In the modern society, due to numbers of Psycho-social problems, most of the individual are not free from stress and strain. In this context, the study of psychology or study of human behaviour is very important to survive in a healthy way. But the subject matter of psychology is very vast in nature. Before entering into the board areas of Psychology, it is important to study briefly about the concept, scope and areas of Psychology. In this quiz is the brief description of the concept and scope of Psychology in objective manner. It will help the beginner students of Psychology covering most of the significant event and areas.
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Psychology is aCorrectIncorrect
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Psychology as a “Science of Mind”, defined by________school of psychology.CorrectIncorrect
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In the year__________the Scientific Psychology was first accepted.CorrectIncorrect
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Who is the number of Experimental Psychology.CorrectIncorrect
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Psychology can be literally defined as the___________.CorrectIncorrect
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J.B Watson, the founder and father of behaviouristic school of Psychology defined ” Psychology” as the science of ___________.CorrectIncorrect
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E.B. Titchener (1867-1927) defined “Psychology” as the science of _____________.CorrectIncorrect
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Who defined “Psychology” as the scientific study of activities of organism in relation to its environment ?CorrectIncorrect
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“S-R” concept was first established byCorrectIncorrect
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Rejecting the concept of “S-R” connectionism, further “S-O-R” concept was developed by____________.CorrectIncorrect