Multiple Choice questions
a) Lizzy always feels like she is never included in group activities or social events.
She has become depressed and lonely. According to Maslow, which category of
needs has NOT been fulfilled?
1. Love and belonging needs
2. Self-actualisation needs
3. Safety needs
4. Self-esteem needs
b) The following are examples of recognised stress models, except one. Which one of
the given options is NOT a recognised stress model?
1. Adapted Stress Model
2. Transaction Model
3. Life Change Model
4. General Adaptation Syndrome
c) Kohlberg identified 6 stages of moral judgement presented here in random order:
A. The child becomes aware of the wider rules of society, so judgments concern
obeying the rules in order to uphold the law and to avoid guilt.
B. The person will be prepared to act to defend principles even if it means going
against the rest of society in the process and having to pay the consequences of
disapproval and or imprisonment.
C. The child becomes aware that while rules or laws might exist for the good of the
greatest number, there are times when they will work against the interest of
D. The child is good in order to avoid being punished. If a person is punished, they
must have done wrong.
E. The child is good in order to be seen as being a good person by others. Therefore,
answers relate to the approval of others.
F. The child recognises that there is not just one right view that is handed down by
the authorities. Different individuals have different viewpoints.
Which is the correct rank order beginning with stage 1?
1. D, F, E, A, C, B
2. B, E, D, F, A, C
3. A, F, B, C, E, D
4. C, A, F, D, E, B
d) A child who has sustained damage to the brain stem (including the spinal cord) is
likely to experience difficulty with …”
1. processing sensory input, perception and special movement.
2. complex thoughts, movement, language and executive functioning.
3. transmission of neural impulses to and from the brain.
4. emotion, attention and motivation.
e) Which of the following examples does NOT demonstrate emotional competency?
1. Recognising when one feels sadness and focusing on coping with the emotion
and getting over it.
2. Recognising that one can feel anger yet manage to stay calm in front of others.
3. Knowing that expressing anger towards a friend on a regular basis can harm the
4. Seeing a friend feeling anxious and assuming he or she is in a bad mood.
Where is the answer to the question : which is the correct rank order beginning with stage 1?