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GNM Behavioural Sciences (Psychology and Sociology) First Year Important Question 

GNM Behavioural Sciences (Psychology and Sociology) Important Question First Year

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Emotion
Memory
Attention
Perception


Fill in the blanks

……………. Is loss of memory
Illusion is ………… perception in the presence of external stimuli
Hunger motivates the person to seek ……….
Mental age refers to …………. Maturity of a person

 

Write short notes

Branches of psychology
Mental mechanisms
Conflicts and types of conflicts
Observation
Factors affecting the development of personality

 

A. define motive

b. write the classification of motives

c. explain the physiological motives

5. a. Define psychology

b. explain the scope of psychology

c. discuss the importance of psychology in nursing profession

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

In ……….. group there is a face to face and intimate relationship exist among the members
Immoral traffic act is to prevent …..
………….. is the chief vehicle of culture transmission

 

State whether the followign statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Child labour is prohibited
Adulthood is a period of stress and strain
The child needs encouragement to do new things
Growth and development are not related

 

Write short notes

Socialization
Functions of culture
Features of urban community
Family and types of family
Types of marriages

 

Define social problems
Explain the characteristics of social problems
List the causes of dowry system in india

 

Define caste
Explain the merits and demerits of caste system

 

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Forgetting 
Frustration
Attitude
Rationalization

 

Fill in the blanks

Mental age indicates the level of ……………
Formula for calculating intelligence quotient is ……….
………….. is the loss of memory
Trial and error theory of learning was first introduced by ………….

 

Write short notes

Importance of psychology in nursing
Thinking and types of thinking
Scientific method of problem solving
Factors influencing attention

 

A. define memory

Write the types of memory
Explain the methods to improve memory

 

A. define learning

b. explain the types of learning

c. discuss the factors influencing learning

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

A man marries only one woman is called ………..
The fundamental unit of society is ………
………… group is a collection of human individuals who are brought into a reciprocal relationships

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Web of social relations is called society
Population explosionn hinders the progress of nation
A marriage by a male with more than one female is called polyandry
Punishment for demanding dowry is imprisonment for six months

 

Write shorts notes

The rights and responsibilities of an individual in democratic society
Resources of the country
Social agencies
Juvenile deliquency

Define social problems
Explain the importance of social control
Discuss the means of social control

 

SECTION – I

Fill in the blanks

Psychology is the study of ………….
Wrong perception in presence of external stimuli is called as …………
IQ of mild mental retarded person is …………..
………… is the loss of memory

 

Write the meanign of the following

Frustration
Habits
Mental health
Motivation

 

Write short notes

Types of conflicts
Scope of psychology
Explain the factors affecting learning
Mental (defense) mechanism
Nurses role in controlling emotions among patients

 

Define memory
Write the types of memory
Explain the methods to improve memory

 

Define attention
Explain the types of attention
Write the factors influencing attention

 

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

Sociology is the study of …………….
Dowry prohibition act was passed by central government in the year …………
Large number of people gathered in one place is called ………….
Father of sociology is …………….

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Socialization is a learning process
Growth and development are not related
Polygamy is practiced in all religions

 

Write short notes 

Merits and demerits of caste system
Importance of sociology
Prostitution
Features of rural community

 

Define family
Write the types of family
Explain the characteristics and functions of family

 

Define personality
Write the types of personality
Explain the factors affecting the personality development

 

SECTION – I

Write the meaning for the following

Will power
Defense mechanism
Conflict
Motivation

 

Fill in the blanks

………….. is referred as father of psychology
……………… is also known as day dreaming
………………. Attention does not require any conscious effort to attend to an object
Formula for IQ ……………..

 

Write short notes

Principles of perception
Individual differences in intelligence
Characteristics of a mentally healthy person
Forgetfulness
Habit formation

 

Define adjustment mechanism
List down the types of adjustment mechanism
Explain any four with example of adjustment mechanism

 

Define personality
Mention the types of personality
Explain the factors influencing personaltiy

 

SECTION – II

Society is formed by ……………
Difference on social phenomenon over a period is termed as ………..
Equal share to ……….. on father’s property

 

State whether the following are TRUE OR FALSE

Family is one of the agencies of socialization
Social problems are conditions promoting social wellbeing
Sociology originated in 1839
Socialization helps to prepare a person to fulfill social roles

 

Write short notes

Types of society
Merits and demerits of caste system
Difference between joint family and nuclear family
Juvenile delinquency
Social change

 

Define culture
List the functions of culture
Write the characteristics of culture

 

Define socialization
Write the characteristics of socialization
Explain the agencies of socialization

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Habit
Skill
Learning
Psychology

 

Fill in the blanks

…………….. is the unshakable false belief
False perception with presence of object is called ………..
Classical conditioning theory of learning was proposed by ………………
IQ of a moron is ………….

 

Write short notes

Types of thinking
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Defense mechanisms
Emotions
Classsification of personality

 

Define forgetting
Explain the theories of forgetting

 

Define memory
List the types of memory
Explain the methods of improve memory

 

Define learning
Explain briefly the different types of learning
Discuss the factors influencing learning

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

The exploitation and maltreatment of children is called …………
An individual becomes accultured to the society is …………
……………. Is referred as father of sociology

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Family is a smallest unit of society
Scientific study of population is termed as demography
In india maximum of population lives in urban community
Economics deals with the human relationship in production, distribution and consumption

 

Write short notes

Differences between growth and development
Social control
Alcoholism
Types of family
Social groups

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Motivation
Forgetting
Hallucination
Disorientation

 

Fill in the blanks

Psychology is the study of ………..
Thinking is a ………… activity
Defense mechanisms are also known as ………….
The permanent or temporary loss of ability to recall or recognize is called  ……….

 

Write short notes

Factors affecting perception
Sources of frustration
Branches of psychology
Adjustment and maladjustment

 

Define personality
Write the types of personality
Discuss the factors affecting the development of personality

 

Define attention
Write the types of personality
Discuss the factors affecting the development of personality

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

Study of population is called ………….
A man marries only one woman is called ……….
………….. is a major problem of marriage in india

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

National economy can be built through technology and industry
Neglect of a child by another person is called child abuse
Urban society is marked by interpersonal relationships
Culture will not broaden the vision of an individual

 

Write short notes

Social group and types of social group
Juvenile delinquency
Social problems
Effects of environment on childhood

 

Define urbanization
Explain the effects urbanization on social change

 

Define poverty
List the causes of poverty
Explain the remedial measures to come out from poverty

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following terms

Attitude
Delusion
Attention
Introspection

 

Fill in the blanks

The term psychology is derived from two Greek word ……….. and …….
An essential factor in most frustrating situations are ………….
A form of our learnt behaviour is called as …………….

 

Write short notes

Disorders in perception
Individual differences in intelligence
Scope of psychology
Frustration

 

What is emotions
Write the characteristics of emotions
Explain the effects of emotional reactions on health

 

What is observation
Write the factors influencing attention
Explain the types of attention

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

Sociology is the science of …………….
Training the child in the culture of the group is known as ………..
………… is a temporary collection of people reacting together to stimuli

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE

Biogamy is a type of marriage in which one man carries two women
Man is a social animal
In rural areas, maximum numbers of people are engaged in industrial activities
Social problems are the conditions promoting social well being

 

Write short notes

Types of community
Types of social control
Functions of family

 

Define population explosion
Explain its effects on economy
Describe measures to control population explosion

 

What is personality development
Explain Erikson’s psychosocial development of personality

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Psychology
Skill
Sublimation
Telepathy

 

Fill in the blanks

The Greek word logos means ……………….
The theory of classical conditioning was proposed by ……………
The IQ of an mentally challenged is below ………………
Reasoning from general to specific instances is known as …………… reasoning

 

Write short notes

Approach – approach conflict
Maladjustment
Scientific methods of problem solving
Individual difference in intelligence

 

Define emotion
Explain in detail control of emotion

 

Define perception
Explain laws of peceptual organization

 

SECTION – II

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Sociology is the study of society
Mob is a temporary crowd gathered to cause violence
Water is a natural resources
Personality is dynamic in nature

 

Fill in the blanks

Child below one year of age is called as …………..
Hippocrates is the father of ……………..
The word family is derived from ……………… word

 

Write short notes

Marriage
Characteristics of culture
Effects of population explosion on health and on Indian Economy

 

Define group
List types of group
Explain in detail characteristics of primary group

 

What are personality traits
Explain in detail hippocrates and Carl Jung’s classification of personality

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Behavior
Memory
Mental health
Motivation

 

Fill in the blanks

…………… is also known as day dreaming
………… is a mistaken perception that does not agree with the fact
……………. Means soul and mind
An attitude of respect towards the elders is ………….

 

Write short notes

Factors promoting effective learning
Errors in perception
Development of intelligent behavior
Advantage and disadvantage of habit formation

 

What is emotion
How it differs from feeling
Explain the internal changes in emotional reactions

 

What is psychology
Explain the scope of psychology

 

SECTION – II

Choose the correct answer and write

The great philosopher remarked that man is a social animal i. Aristotle ii. Gillins and gillins iii. John cuber
Large number of people gathered in one place is called i. crowd ii. Public iii. Gathering
The special marriage act was passed by the Govt of India in the year i. 1954 ii. 1961 iii. 1970

 

State whether the following statement are TRUE OR FALSE

Polygamy is practiced in all religions
Primary group is small in size
Rural community is heterogenous
Socialization is a learning process

Write notes

Uses of sociology in nursing profession
Population explosion
Budgeting for the family

 

Define society
Write the characteristics of society
Explain any three social problems faced in the society

 

Define family
Mention the types and write the characteristics
Explain the family life education

 

Define personality development
Write the classification of any one type (Sheldon classification or Sigmund Freud classification)

 

 

SECTION – II

Give the meaning of the following

Mental health
Behavior
Emotion
Frustration

 

Fill in the blanks

I.Q. of a imbecile is …………..
Habits are a form of our …………….. behavior
Illusions are …………….. perceptions
The word ‘LOCI’ means ……………

 

Write short notes

Memory
Attitude
Types of learning

 

Define psychology
List out the branches of psychology
Explain in detail the importance of psychology in nursing

 

Define conflicts
Enumerate the types of conflicts
Explain the measures to overcome frustration and conflicts

 

SECTION – II

Fill in the blanks

Dowry prohibition act is passed on …………
A man who marries two women is called ……….
Scientific study of human population is called …………..

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

In our india we have more than 300 castes and sub castes
Culture is derived from Greek word
GNP means Gross National Product
The other name for nuclear family is conjugal family

 

Write short notes

Social change
Prostitution
Types of family

 

Define community
Mention the characteristics of community
Explain the differences between rural community and urban community

 

Define personality
List the factors affecting development of personality
Explain Carl Jung classification of personality

 

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Legal psychology
Skills
Habits
Introspection

 

Fill in the blanks

Forgetfulness is due to lack of ……….
Unattainable goals can be important sources of ………….
Illusions are …………
……………. Is a loss of memory

 

Write short notes

Branches of psychology
Perception
Conflicts
Development of intelligent behavior

 

Define emotion
List the characteristics of an emotion
Explain the role of a nurse in control of emotion

 

Define learning
Mention the types of learning
Explain the factors influencing learning

 

SECTION – II

Choose the correct answer and write

…………….. is widely spread in tribal society i. illiteracy ii. Literacy iii. Ignorance
Prostitution is a social problem and it is due to i. urge ii. Rituals iii. Poverty
Urban community means an area with i. high population density ii. Low population density iii. Both

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Web of social relations is called society
Primary group is a group where there is face to face contact and reciprocal communication
HIV can be transmitted by hugging, shaking hands and sharing home with a an infected person
Pre marriage counseling is necessary to build a healthy marriage and to reduce the number of divorces

 

Write short notes

Importance of sociology in nursing
Alcoholism
Budgeting for a family

 

Define social control
List the purposes of social control
Briefly explain the means of social control

 

Define culture
List the functions of culture
Write the characteristics of culture

 

Define personality
List the types of personality
Explain the factors affecting development of personality

SECTION – I

Give the meaning of the following

Psychology
Memory
Frustration
Forgetting
Intelligence

 

Fill in the blanks

Emotions are classified in to …………… and ………….
Attitudes accompanied by strong feelings are called ………….
Three types of habits are ……………, ………….. and ………

 

Write short notes

Factors that promote effective learning
Factors affecting development of personality
Importance of psychology in nursing profession
Conflicts

 

What is mental mechanism
Explain any three mechanisms with examples

 

Define hallucination
Write the various types of hallucination with examples

 

SECTION – II

 Choose the correct answer

The term embryo means i. from 3 months to birth ii. Conception to 12 weeks of intra uterine life iii. From birth to 1 month
The word family has been taken from i. latin ii. Roman iii. Greek
One woman marries many men and lives with them as their wife i. polygamy ii. Polyandry iii. Endogamy

 

Fill in the blanks

One who shows deviation from normal behaviour is called ………
Demography is the scientific study of …………
Prostitution is considered as one of the ……….. profession
Two types of economical aspects of individuals are …….. and ……….

 

Write short notes

Fundamental rights and responsibilities of an individual in a democratic society
Factors influencing the growth and development
Difference between rural and urban society
Unmarried mothers

 

Define community
Write the characteristics and types of community

 

Define family
Write the types of family and its functions

SECTION – I

 

Fill in the blanks with suitable answer

The word psychology is derived from two Greek words ………. And ……..
………. Is loss of memory
………. Is an inaccurate perception
Father of psychology is …………

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Defense mechanisms are known as mental mechanisms
Habit is recurring acquired mode of behaviour
Formula used to measure IQ is IQ = CA/MA multiply 100
Hyperthesia means loss of response to stimuli

 

Write short notes

Factors that control and direct attention
Sources and nature of frustration
Factors that determine our attitude
Development of intelligent behaviour

 

Define emotions and feelings
How are emotions classified and expressed
Write the effect of emotional reactions on health

 

What is adjustment
Explain the common defense mechanisms
Write the importance of adjustment

SECTION – II

Fill up the blanks

One who shows deviation from normal behaviour is ……….
Study of population is called as ……….
Average income per person in a year is called as …… income

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Polygamy is practised among all religions
Hippocrates is the father of medicine
Population explosion hinders the progress of that nation as a whole
In monogamy one man marries only one woman

 

Write short notes

Explain the types of family and basic needs of family
Social changes
Culture and the characteristics of culture

 

Define personality
Write the components of personality
Explain the factors influencing personality

 

Define society
Write the elements
Describe the rights and responsibilities of an individual in a democratic society

 

SECTION – I

Fill up the blanks

Intelligence quotent was first measured by …….. and …………
False perception with presence of object is called …………
An attitude of respect towards elders is a ………… attitude
……….. is known as father of mental health

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

False unshakable belief is known as delusion
Response to the stimuli is known as behaviour
Sigmund Freud is known for classical conditioning
IQ of normal individual is 51 to 71

 

Write short notes

Habits
Types of learning
Development of intelligent behaviour

 

Define psychology
Mention the scope of psychology
How does the knowledge of psychology is helpful in nursing

 

Define motives
How are they classified
What is the importance of motives in patient care

 

SECTION – II

Fill up the blanks

…………… is the father of sociology
………… consists of husband, wife and their offsprings
…….. and ………. Are responsible for national economy

 

State whether the following statements are TRUE OR FALSE

Personality is physical attraction of an individual
Culture influences behaviour and health programmes of the population
Community has definite geographical locality
Culture is inherited

 

Write shorts notes

Functions of the family
Rights and responsbilities of an individual in a democratic society
Difference between rural and urban society

 

Enumerate the social problems of society
Explain any two of the problems

 

Define personality
Mention the types of personality
Explain the factors influencing the personality


 

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