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Code No. 1015

CLASS : 11th (Eleventh) Series : 11-M/2019

Roll No.

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PSYCHOLOGY [ fgUnh ,oa vaxzsth ek/;e ]

[ Hindi and English Medium ] (Only for Fresh/School Candidates)

le; : 3 ?k.Vs ] [ iw.kk±d : 60

Time allowed : 3 hours ] [ Maximum Marks : 60

Ñi;k tk¡p dj ysa fd bl iz'u-i= esa eqfnzr i`"B 15 rFkk iz'u

30 gSaA

Please make sure that the printed pages in this question paper are 15 in number and it contains 30 questions.

iz'u-i= esa lcls Åij fn;s x;s dksM uEcj dksM uEcj dksM uEcj dksM uEcj dks Nk= mÙkj-iqfLrdk ds eq[;-i`"B ij fy[ksaA

The Code No. on the top of the question paper should be written by the candidate on the front page of the answer-book.

Ñi;k iz'u dk mÙkj fy[kuk 'kq: djus ls igys] iz'u dk Øekad vo'; fy[ksaA

Before beginning to answer a question, its Serial Number must be written.


mÙkj-iqfLrdk ds chp esa [kkyh iUuk/iUus u NksMsa+A

Don’t leave blank page/pages in your answer-book.

mÙkj-iqfLrdk ds vfrfjDr dksbZ vU; 'khV ugha feysxhA vr%

vko';drkuqlkj gh fy[ksa vkSj fy[kk mÙkj u dkVsaA

Except answer-book, no extra sheet will be given.

Write to the point and do not strike the written answer.

ijh{kkFkhZ viuk jksy ua0 iz'u&i= ij vo'; fy[ksaA

Candidates must write their Roll Number on the question paper.

d`i;k iz'uksa dk mÙkj nsus lss iwoZ ;g lqfuf'pr dj ysa fd iz'u-i=

iw.kZ o lgh gS] ijh{kk ds mijkUr bl lEcU/k esa dksbZ Hkh nkok ijh{kk ds mijkUr bl lEcU/k esa dksbZ Hkh nkok ijh{kk ds mijkUr bl lEcU/k esa dksbZ Hkh nkok ijh{kk ds mijkUr bl lEcU/k esa dksbZ Hkh nkok Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk;sxkA

Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk;sxkA Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk;sxkA Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk;sxkA

Before answering the questions, ensure that you have been supplied the correct and complete question paper, no claim in this regard, will be entertained after examination.

lkekU; funsZ'k % lkekU; funsZ'k %lkekU; funsZ'k % lkekU; funsZ'k %

(i) lHkh iz'u vfuok;Z gSaAlHkh iz'u vfuok;Z gSaAlHkh iz'u vfuok;Z gSaAlHkh iz'u vfuok;Z gSaA

(ii) çR;sd ç'u ds vad mlds lkeus n'kkZ, x, gSaA

(iii) HkkxHkkxHkkxHkkx ^v* ^v* ^v* ^v* esa oLrqfu"B çdkj ds ç'u gSa ftuds fy, ,d,d,d,d- ,d,d

,d,d vad fu/kkZfjr gSaA


(iv) HkkxHkkxHkkxHkkx ^^^^cccc* * * * esa vfry?kq mÙkj okys ç'u gSa ftuds fy, nksnksnksnks-nks nks nks nks vad fu/kkZfjr gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 30 'kCnksa ls vf/kd ugha gksuk pkfg,A

(v) HkkxHkkxHkkxHkkx ^^^^llll* * * * esa y?kq mÙkj okys ç'u gSa ftuds fy, rhurhurhurhu-rhu rhu rhu rhu vad fu/kkZfjr gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 50 'kCnksa ls vf/kd ugha gksuk pkfg,A

(vi) HkkxHkkxHkkxHkkx ^^^^nnnn* * * * esa fucU/kkRed ç'u gSa ftuds fy, ik¡pik¡pik¡pik¡p-ik¡p ik¡p ik¡p ik¡p vad fu/kkZfjr gSaA çR;sd ç'u dk mÙkj 150 'kCnksa ls vf/kd ugha gksuk pkfg,A

General Instructions :

(i) All questions are compulsory.

(ii) Marks for each question are indicated against it.

(iii) Questions in Part-A are objective type carrying one mark each.

(iv) Questions in Part-B are very short answer type carrying two marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 30 words.

(v) Questions in Part-C are short answer type carrying three marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 50 words.

(vi) Questions in Part-D essay type carrying five marks each. Answer to each question should not exceed 150 words.


Hkkx Hkkx Hkkx Hkkx vvv v


¼oLrqfu"B ç'u½

¼oLrqfu"B ç'u½

¼oLrqfu"B ç'u½

¼oLrqfu"B ç'u½

(Objective Type Questions)

1. bl lehdj.k dk izfriknu fdlus fd;k \ 1

) , (P E f B=

¼v½ Ýk;M us ¼c½ dSVsy us

¼l½ dkyZ jkstlZ us ¼n½ dqVZysfou us

Who has indoctrinated this equation ? )

, (P E f B=

(a) Freud (b) Cattell (c) Carl Rogers (d) Kurt Lewin

2. dkSu-lk dFku vvvvlR;lR;lR;lR; gS \ 1

¼v½ thUl fofHkUu fo'ks"krkvksa dk fu/kkZj.k djrs gSa

¼c½ ,d xq.klw= ij vusd thUl gksrs gSa

¼l½ xq.klw= tksM+ksa esa dHkh ugha gksrs

¼n½ buesa ls dksbZ ugha


Which statement is False ?

(a) Genes determine various characteristics (b) One chromosome bears many genes (c) Chromosomes are never found in pairs (d) None of these

3. fdl voLFkk esa cPps viuh cqf) dk izn'kZu fcuk ladsrksa dk iz;ksx fd;s viuh xR;kRed fØ;k }kjk djrs gSa \ 1

¼v½ iwoZ lafØ;kRed voLFkk

¼c½ ewrZ lafØ;kRed voLFkk

¼l½ laosnh izsjd voLFkk

¼n½ vkSipkfjd lafØ;kRed voLFkk

In which stage a child exhibits his intelligence through using motor-activity without using symbols ?

(a) Pre-operational Stage (b) Concrete Operational Stage (c) Sensorimotor Stage

(d) Formal Operational Stage


4. jax dh foek,¡ ;s gksrh gSa % 1

¼v½ o.kZ] Hkkj] Lokn

¼c½ lar`fIr] rhozrk] l?kurk

¼l½ o.kZ] ped vkSj lar`fIr

¼n½ buesa ls dksbZ ugha

Dimensions of colours are ………. . (a) Hue, Weight and Taste

(b) Saturation , Intensity, Density (c) Hue, Brightness & Saturations (d) None of these

5. dkSu-lk dFku vlR;vlR;vlR;vlR; gS \ 1

¼v½ lEizR;; fparu dk ,d vko';d vax gSA

¼c½ lEizR;; rdZ dk ifj.kke gksrs gSaA

¼l½ fdlh inkFkZ ds ckjs esa tks dqN Hkh vki tkurs gSa mldk dqy tksM+ lEizR;; ugha gks ldrkA

¼n½ lEizR;; ,d ckj fodflr gksus ij Hkfo"; ds fparu esa egÙoiw.kZ Hkwfedk fuHkkrs gSaA


Which statement is false ?

(a) Concept is an important tool of thinking.

(b) Concepts are products of reasoning.

(c) Concept is not the sum total of what you know about the object.

(d) Once developed, the concept plays an important role in further thinking.

6. dkSu-lk dFku lR;lR;lR;lR; gS \ 1

¼v½ vf/kxe 'kSfy;k¡ O;fDrxr fof/k;k¡ ugha gksrhA

¼c½ vf/kxe 'kSyh esa O;ogkj dh fujUrjrk ugha gksrhA

¼l½ O;fDr fdl izdkj lh[kuk ilan djrk gS] bl ckr dk vf/kxe 'kSyh ls dqN ysuk-nsuk ugha gSA

¼n½ vf/kxe 'kSyh laKkukRed] laosxkRed fo'ks"krkvksa vkSj 'kkjhfjd dkjdksa dk lewg gSA


Which statement is true ?

(a) Learning styles are not personal methods.

(b) Learning styles are not learner's consistent way of responding.

(c) Learning style is not concerned with the way how a person likes to learn.

(d) Learning style is a group of cognitive, emotional characteristics and physiological factors.

7. LokLF; vkSj izlUurk gsrq gkfudkjd rFkk vokaNuh; vknrksa dks NqM+kus ds fy;s fo#fp fpfdRlk dk mi;ksx ugha fd;k tkrkA 1

¼¼¼¼lR;lR;lR;lR; / vlR;vlR;vlR;vlR;½½½½

In order to get rid of harmful and undesirable habits for health and happiness, aversive therapy is never used. (True /False) 8. fuEu esa ls dkSu-lk dFku lR;lR;lR;lR; gS \ 1

¼v½ vo/kku ls tqM+s fodkj v'kDrrk ds y{k.k ugha gSaA

¼c½ v'kDr cPps ekSf[kd vuqns'kksa dks le>us esa lQy jgrs gSaA

¼l½ vf/kxe v'kDrrk okys cPps izkR;f{kd fodkj ls xzLr gksrs gSaA

¼n½ mijksDr esa dkbZ ughaA


Which statement is true ?

(a) Disorders associated with attention are not the symptom of attention.

(b) Disabled children are successful in understanding the oral instructions.

(c) Children with learning disability suffer from perceptual disorders.

(d) None of the above

9. tc ,d u;k O;ogkj lh[k fy;k tkrk gS fdUrq O;ogkj n'kkZ;k ugha tkrk tc rd mls n'kkZus ds fy;s iqucZyu iznku ugha fd;k

tkrkA bls dSlk vf/kxe dgk tk;sxk \ 1

¼v½ okfpd vf/kxe

¼c½ jVuk vf/kxe

¼l½ vO;Dr vf/kxe

¼n½ lw>cw> }kjk vf/kxe

When a new behaviour is learnt, but that behaviour is not exhibited unless and until some reinforcement is provided to exhibit it, is known as :

(a) Verbal learning (b) Rote learning (c) Latent learning

(d) Learning through insight


10. Le`fr lgk;d ladsrksa dk Le`fr lq/kkj ls dksbZ ysuk nsuk ugha gksrk gS \ ¼¼¼¼lR;lR;lR; lR; / vlR;vlR;vlR;vlR;½½½½ 1

Mnemonics are not concerned with improving

memory. (True/False)

11. rdZuk dk og izdkj tks iwoZ/kkj.kk ls izkjEHk gksrk gS mls

………. dgrs gSaA 1

¼v½ vkxeukRed rdZuk ¼c½ fuxeukRed rdZuk

¼l½ ¼v½ ,oa ¼c½ nksuksa ¼n½ bues ls dksbZ ugha

The type of reasoning which starts from some assumption is known as ………. .

(a) Inductive reasoning (b) Deductive reasoning (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these

12. lkaLÑfrd vf/kxe laosxksa ds vuqHko dh vis{kk laosxksa dh vfHkO;fDr dks vf/kd izHkkfor djrs gSaA ¼¼¼¼lR;lR;lR; lR; / vlR;vlR;vlR;vlR;½½½½ 1

Cultural learning affects more emotional expression than emotional experience.



Hkkx HkkxHkkx Hkkx cccc


¼vfry?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼vfry?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼vfry?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼vfry?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

(Very Short Answer Type Questions)

13. xsLVkYV euksfoKku ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ 2

What do you mean by Gestalt Psychology ?

14. LokHkkfod fujh{k.k fdls dgrs gSa \ 2

What is Natural Observation ?

15. ^{ks= iz;ksx* ds vFkZ dh O;k[;k djsaA 2

Explain the meaning of Field Experiment.

16. es# raf=dk,¡ D;k gksrh gSa \ 2

What are Spinal Nerves ?

17. fodkl ds fdUgha nksnksnksnks fl)kUrksa dk laf{kIr o.kZu djsaA 2

Describe in brief any two principles of development.


18. /ofu rjaxksa dh HkkSfrd foekvksa ;k fo'ks"krkvksa dh O;k[;k djsaA 2

Explain the physical dimensions or characteristics of sound waves.

19. izkphu vuqca/ku vkSj fØ;k-izlwr vuqca/ku esa dksbZ nksnksnksnks vUrj

fyf[k,A 2

Write any two difference between classical and operant conditioning.

20. foLe`fr ds nks nks nks nks fl)kUrksa dh laf{kIr O;k[;k djsaA 2

Explain briefly the two theories of forgetting.

21. ikf'Zod vkSj Å/oZ fparu ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ 2

What do you understand by lateral and vertical thinking ?

22. eSLyks dk vkReflf) fl)kUr D;k gS \ 2

What is Maslow's Self Actualization Theory ?


Hkkx Hkkx Hkkx Hkkx llll


¼y?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼y?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼y?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

¼y?kq mÙkjh; ç'u½

(Short Answer Type Questions)

23. euksoSKkfud vkSj euksjksx foKkuh esa vUrj dhft,A 3

Differentiate between Psychologist and Psychiatrist.

24. fdlh iz;ksx ds ?kVdksa dk o.kZu djsaA 3

Describe the components of an Experiment.

25. fofHkUu var%òkoh xzfUFk;ksa vkSj muls fudyus okys gkWeksZUl ds

uke crkb,A 3

Name the various endocrine glands and hormones secrated by them.

26. fd'kksjksa dh dqN izeq[k pqukSfr;ksa dk o.kZu djsaA 3

Describe some main concerns of adolescents.


27. foLej.k D;ksa gksrk gS \ 3

Why does forgetting take place ?

28. D;k fparu Hkk"kk ds fcuk gksrk gS \ ifjppkZ dhft,A 3

Does thinking take place without language ? Discuss .

HkkxHkkx HkkxHkkx nnnn


¼¼¼¼fucU/kkRedfucU/kkRedfucU/kkRedfucU/kkRed ç'u½ç'u½ç'u½ ç'u½

(Long Answer Type Questions)

29. izR;{kijd laxBu ls vkidk D;k vfHkizk; gS \ izR;{kijd laxBu ds fu;eksa ;k fl)kUrksa dk o.kZu djsaA 5

What do you mean by perceptual organization ? Describe the laws or principles of perceptual organization.

vFkok vFkokvFkok vFkok


^Hkze* ls D;k vfHkizk; gS \ Hkze D;ksa mRiUu gksrs gSa \

What are illusions ? Why do illusions occur ?


30. vfHkizsj.kk dk lEizR;; Li"V djsaA vfHkizsfjr O;ogkj dh

fo'ks"krkvksa dk o.kZu djsaA 5

Explain the concept of Motivation. Describe the characteristics of motivated behaviour.

vFkok vFkokvFkok vFkok


^vfHkiszjd* ls D;k vfHkizk; gS \ vfHkizsjdksa ds fofHkUu izdkjksa dk o.kZu djsaA

What is meant by 'Motive' ? Describe the various types of motives.





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