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Gauhati University Question Papers:EDUCATION (General) (May-June’ 2014)

Gauhati University Question Papers
EDUCATION (May-June’ 2014)
Full Marks: 80
Time Allowed: 3 hours
Answer either in English or Assamese
The figures in the margin indicate full marks for the questions
1. Answer the following in one word or sentence:                                            1x7=7

a)Mention the name of a psychologist
b)      How are ‘introspection’ and ‘observation’ related with educational psychology?
c) Name one factor of memory.
d)      Mention one determinant or cause of attention.
e)      From which language has the word ‘instinct’ been derived?
f) Write the name of the person associated with the conditioning theory of learning.
g)Who was the propounder of two-factor theory of intelligence?
2. Write very short answer:                                                         2x4=8
a)Why is educational psychology called applied psychology?
b)      Write educational significance of law of effect.
c) Write two symptoms of good memory.
d)      Write two points of difference between emotion and instinct.
3. Write short notes on/Answer (any three):                                      5x3=15
a)Scope of educational psychology.
b)      Trial and error method of learning.
c) Nature of intelligence.
d)      Adler’s trait theory of personality.
e)      What is forgetting? Mention three causes of forgetting.
Answer any three from Question Nos. 4 to 9:                                     10x3=30
4. What is educational psychology? How can a teacher use educational psychology in solving classroom problem? 4+6=10
5. What is operant conditioning? How it may be helpful in the field of education.
6. Define memory. Explain the types of memory.                             10
7. What do you understand by modification of instinct? Discuss different ways by which instincts can be modified. 2+8=10
8. Discuss Carl Jung and Sheldon’s classification of personality.                   5+5=10
9. Explain any two theories of intelligence.                           5+5=10


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