Psychology Set 1 2021-2022 ISC (Commerce) Class 12 Question Paper Solution

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Psychology [Set 1]
Marks: 35 CISCE
ISC (Commerce)
ISC (Arts)
ISC (Science)

Academic Year: 2021-2022
Date: April 2022
Duration: 1h30m
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Note :

  1. Candidates are allowed an additional 10 minutes for only reading the paper.
  2. They must NOT start writing during this time.
  3. Answer all questions in Section A, Section B and Section C.
  4. The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets. [ ]

SECTION - A
[7]1
[1]1.i

In the context of combating prejudice, ______ is referred to as ‘resetting the boundaries between Us and Them’.

Concept: Prejudice and Discrimination
Chapter: [0.07200000000000001] Prejudice
[1]1.ii

The level of stress in an individual that is motivating, healthy and improves performance is known as ______.

Concept: Meaning of Stress
Chapter: [0.040999999999999995] Meaning of Stress - Its Basic Nature
[1]1.iii

In which type of social influence do individuals change their attitude or behaviour to adhere to existing social norms?

Concept: Introduction to Social Influence and Group Processes
Chapter: [0.062] Social Influence
[1]1.iv

Rafeeq does not want to remember the details of the traumatic incident of a robbery that took place when he was at home. He tries to push the memory of this incident from his conscious mind to unconscious mind.

Concept: Stress Management
Chapter: [0.044000000000000004] Stress Management - Ineffective and Effective Strategies of Handling Stress
[1]1.v

Which one of the following is NOT the role of an Educational Psychologist in a School?

Designing of curriculum

Improving student teacher relationship

Criminal rehabilitation

Career Counseling

Concept: Educational (School) Psychology
Chapter: [0.081] Educational (School) Psychology.
[1]1.vi

Which type of group is family an example of?

Primary group

Secondary group

Out group

Control group

Concept: Meaning of Stress
Chapter: [0.040999999999999995] Meaning of Stress - Its Basic Nature
[1]1.vii

Statistical approaches to abnormality define "abnormal" individuals as those who ______.

show evidence of loss of contact with reality

are unhappy, withdrawn, and depressed

deviate from typical or average patterns of behaviour

are disabled by anxiety

Concept: Maladjustment and Abnormal Behaviour - Abnormal Behaviour
Chapter: [0.051] Meaning of “Abnormal Behaviour”
SECTION - B
[2]2

Give the full form of DSM-IV.

Concept: Maladjustment and Abnormal Behaviour - Abnormal Behaviour
Chapter: [0.051] Meaning of “Abnormal Behaviour”

Briefly explain Axis-I.

Concept: Maladjustment and Abnormal Behaviour - Abnormal Behaviour
Chapter: [0.051] Meaning of “Abnormal Behaviour”
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[2]3
[2]3.i

Briefly explain Realistic Conflict Theory in prejudice with an example.

Concept: Prejudice and Discrimination
Chapter: [0.07200000000000001] Prejudice
OR
[2]3.ii

Briefly explain any two techniques of persuasion that can be used to change people’s attitude.

Concept: Meaning of “Attitude”
Chapter: [0.071] Meaning of “Attitude”
[2]4

Geetha has an intensive irrational fear of lizards. During the therapy session, the therapist repeatedly exposes her to the object or situation that causes fear in her. Identify the disorder that Geetha is suffering from. Briefly explain the therapeutic technique used by the therapist.

Concept: Characteristics of Some Psychological, Behavioural and Developmental Disorders: Anxiety
Chapter: [0.052000000000000005] Characteristics of Some Psychological Disorders
[2]5

Your friends are in Class XII and feel pressured by academics. Briefly discuss any two effective strategies to reduce their stress and enhance their well-being.

Concept: Stress Management
Chapter: [0.044000000000000004] Stress Management - Ineffective and Effective Strategies of Handling Stress
[2]6

Briefly explain what is meant by leadership in an organisation.

Concept: Organisational Psychology
Chapter: [0.08199999999999999] Organisational Psychology
[2]7

Briefly explain any two effects of stress on the health of an individual.

Concept: Effects of Stress on Health and Performance
Chapter: [0.043] Effects of Stress on Health and Performance
SECTION - C
[4]8

Explain how psychology can enhance efficiency in an organization. Give one point.

Concept: Organisational Psychology
Chapter: [0.08199999999999999] Organisational Psychology

Explain how psychology can enhance team building in an organization. Give one point.

Concept: Organisational Psychology
Chapter: [0.08199999999999999] Organisational Psychology

Explain how psychology can enhance recruitment in an organization. Give one point.

Concept: Organisational Psychology
Chapter: [0.08199999999999999] Organisational Psychology

Explain how psychology can enhance marketing in an organization. Give one point.

Concept: Organisational Psychology
Chapter: [0.08199999999999999] Organisational Psychology
[4]9
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[1]9.i

Study the image given below and answer the question that follow:

Which classic experimental study has used the illustration given above?

Concept: Introduction to Social Influence and Group Processes
Chapter: [0.062] Social Influence
[1]9.ii

Study the image given below and answer the question that follow:

What were the subjects asked to do in this experiment?

Concept: Introduction to Social Influence and Group Processes
Chapter: [0.062] Social Influence
[2]9.iii

Study the image given below and answer the question that follow:

Briefly explain any two factors that influenced the result of this study.

Concept: Introduction to Social Influence and Group Processes
Chapter: [0.062] Social Influence
[4]10
[1]10.i
Mrs. Sharma, a teacher in a local school sensed smoke coming into her classroom. She was startled and realised that something was wrong and immediately opened the windows and doors. She grabbed the fire extinguisher and guided her students to safety as per the evacuation plan.

Identify the stage of General Adaptation Syndrome at which Mrs. Sharma was when she sensed the smoke.

Concept: Meaning of Stress
Chapter: [0.040999999999999995] Meaning of Stress - Its Basic Nature
[1]10.ii
Mrs. Sharma, a teacher in a local school sensed smoke coming into her classroom. She was startled and realised that something was wrong and immediately opened the windows and doors. She grabbed the fire extinguisher and guided her students to safety as per the evacuation plan.

According to the Cognitive Appraisal Model, what made Mrs. Sharma realise that something was wrong in the situation?

Concept: Meaning of Stress
Chapter: [0.040999999999999995] Meaning of Stress - Its Basic Nature
[2]10.iii
Mrs. Sharma, a teacher in a local school sensed smoke coming into her classroom. She was startled and realised that something was wrong and immediately opened the windows and doors. She grabbed the fire extinguisher and guided her students to safety as per the evacuation plan.

Name the last stage of General Adaptation Syndrome model of stress and briefly explain it.

Concept: Meaning of Stress
Chapter: [0.040999999999999995] Meaning of Stress - Its Basic Nature
[4]11
[4]11.i

Give any two causes of severe depression.

Concept: Characteristics of Some Psychological, Behavioural and Developmental Disorders: Anxiety
Chapter: [0.052000000000000005] Characteristics of Some Psychological Disorders

Give any two symptoms of severe depression.

Concept: Characteristics of Some Psychological, Behavioural and Developmental Disorders: Anxiety
Chapter: [0.052000000000000005] Characteristics of Some Psychological Disorders
OR
[4]11.ii

Give any two causes of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Concept: Characteristics of Some Psychological, Behavioural and Developmental Disorders: Anxiety
Chapter: [0.052000000000000005] Characteristics of Some Psychological Disorders

Give any two symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Concept: Characteristics of Some Psychological, Behavioural and Developmental Disorders: Anxiety
Chapter: [0.052000000000000005] Characteristics of Some Psychological Disorders

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