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Chapter 5: Healthy Me - Normal Me

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Exercise [Pages 58 - 60]

Balbharati solutions for Psychology 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board Chapter 5 Healthy Me - Normal Me Exercise [Pages 58 - 60]

Complete the following statements.

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (1) | Page 58

One of the criteria of well adjusted behaviour is ___________.

  • Intelligence

  • Openness to new experience

  • Success

  • Artistic ability

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (2) | Page 58

According to the humanistic perspective, every individual strives for ___________.

  • Absence of problems

  • Absence of mental disorder

  • Enjoyment in life

  • Development of one’s abilities to the fullest

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (3) | Page 58

According to ____________ perspective, one of the causes of abnormality is 'genetic predisposition’.

  • Behavioural

  • Biological

  • Sociocultural

  • Cognitive

Exercise | Q 1. (A) (4) | Page 58

__________ face the identity crisis.

  • Children

  • Adolescents

  • Young adults

  • Old people

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (1) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Sucheta has an IQ which falls into the category of genius which is rare to find. 'Genius’ is a statistical deviance. Therefore, she is abnormal.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (2) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

It is very rare to find a person possessing all the criteria of well adjusted person.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (3) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Over expectation from the parents can lead to lack of self confidence.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (4) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Well adjusted individual does not encounter failure at all.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (5) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Abnormality is always hereditary.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (6) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Self awareness is being passionate about fulfilling one’s needs.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (7) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Social skill is the ability to interact well with others.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (B) (8) | Page 58

State whether the following statement is True or False and justify your answer with reason.

Openness to new experience leads to dangerous situations, therefore it should not be encouraged.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (i) | Page 58

Identify the odd item from the following.

  • Self awareness

  • Self regulation

  • Self motivation

  • Sympathy

  • Social skills

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (ii) | Page 58

Identify the odd item from the following.

  • Cognitive perspective

  • Humanistic perspective

  • Psychoanalytic perspective

  • Motivational perspective

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (iii) | Page 58

Identify the odd item from the following.

  • Failure

  • High Anxiety

  • Negative thoughts

  • High self esteem

  • Self blame

Exercise | Q 1. (C) (iv) | Page 58

Identify the odd item from the following.

  • Deviance

  • Personal distress

  • Low intelligence

  • Impaired functioning

Exercise | Q 1. (D) (i) | Page 58

Match the following.

Column A Column B
(1) The emphasis upon Unconscious mind (a) Biological
(2) Survival and reproduction are the purpose of mental processes (b) Cognitive
(3) Chemical changes the brain (c) Psychoanalytic
(4) Abnormal behaviour is due to faulty learning (d) Evolutionary
(5) Emphasis upon thinking process (e) Sociocultural
Exercise | Q 1. (D) (ii) | Page 59

Match the columns.

Column A Column B
(i) Stress and storm (1) Used for gaining more power
(ii) Body image (2) Adolescence
(iii) Bullying (3) May lead to lack of self confidence
(iv) Low self esteem (4) Childhood
(v) Nurturance (5) Anorexia
  (6) Feminine trait

Answer the following questions in around 35-40 words.

Exercise | Q 2.01 | Page 59

Explain the concept of realistic perception of self with an example.

Exercise | Q 2. (2) | Page 59

What is emotional intelligence?

Exercise | Q 2. (2) | Page 59

Mention the components of emotional intelligence.

Exercise | Q 2.03 | Page 59

What are the conditions that lead to low self esteem? Give examples.

Exercise | Q 2.04 | Page 59

What is the significance of openness to new experiences?

Exercise | Q 2.05 | Page 59

How does self awareness affect psychological well being?

Exercise | Q 2.06 | Page 59

What is the significance of self motivation?

Exercise | Q 2.07 | Page 59

Enlist the qualities a person requires for having healthy relationships with others.

Exercise | Q 2.08 | Page 59

How important are the social skills? Give example.

Exercise | Q 2.09 | Page 59

State the biological perspective to abnormal behaviour with an example.

Exercise | Q 2.1 | Page 59

Explain the humanistic perspective.

Exercise | Q 2.11 | Page 59

Explain the sociocultural perspective to abnormal behaviour.

Exercise | Q 3. (i) | Page 59

Compare and contrast.

Realistic perception of self - Unrealistic perception of self

Exercise | Q 3. (ii) | Page 59

Compare and contrast.

Openness to new experiences - Inhibitions/fear of new experiences

Exercise | Q 3. (iii) | Page 59

Compare and contrast.

High self esteem - Low self esteem

Exercise | Q 3. (iv) | Page 59

Compare and contrast.

Sympathy - Empathy

Exercise | Q 3. (v) | Page 59

Compare and contrast.

Behavioural perspective - Humanistic perspective to abnormality

Exercise | Q 4. (i) (a) | Page 59

What are the possible consequences of Geeta is more interested in literature but being only daughter of a well-established Orthopaedic surgeon having his own hospital, she is under pressure of choosing medial profession as her career.

Exercise | Q 4. (i) (b) | Page 59

What are the possible consequences of Sujata is an intelligent girl but she is extremely sensitive to criticism and perceives herself as less competent.

Exercise | Q 4. (i) (c) | Page 59

What are the possible consequences of Trisha is not able to make friends. She cannot initiate conversation with strangers at all. She is placed as a leader of one of the teams for campus-cleaning.

Exercise | Q 4. (ii) (a) | Page 59

What will you do if you see your best friend bullying your classmate?

Exercise | Q 4. (ii) (b) | Page 59

What will you do if you see a girl in your class who is not included in many of the classroom activities, who does not have any friend and who faces rejection from everyone?

Exercise | Q 4. (ii) (c) | Page 59

What will you do if you got very less marks in the First Terminal exam?

Exercise | Q 4. (ii) (d) | Page 59

What will you do if you are very much interested in taking part in a drama to be performed in the annual function of your college, but you are not selected?

Exercise | Q 5.1 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Criteria of well-adjusted person

Exercise | Q 5.2 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Criteria of abnormal behaviour

Exercise | Q 5.3 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Psychoanalytic perspective

Exercise | Q 5.4 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Cognitive perspective

Exercise | Q 5.5 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Bullying

Exercise | Q 5.6 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Sexual orientation

Exercise | Q 5.7 | Page 60

Write a short note in 50-60 words.

Emotional Intelligence

Exercise | Q 6 | Page 60

Read the following case carefully and answer the questions based upon that.

Pritha was a merit holder girl from a middle class family. She joined a college where majority of students were from a rich backgrounds. Although she was capable of following lectures and was doing well in her studies, she felt lonely as she could not get acceptance in the groups of her classmates coming from affluent families. She tried to dress like them and started asking for extra pocket money from her parents. Her classmates joked at her dressing sense. She could not tolerate the mockery and stopped going to the college. Instead, she started spending time visiting strange places like public parks, railway stations, and shopping malls. She did not appear for any of her exams. Her parents were unaware of all these things and on asking about college or studies, Pritha answered them without revealing the truth. At the end of the year, her parents received her report card by post from her college with a remark that 'Your ward has to take College Leaving certificate.’
On confronting Pritha, she became violent and started damaging the furniture uttering bad words about the middle class people, and thereafter her utterance was incomprehensible for her parents. This continued for a very long time.

  1. Which problems did Pritha face in her college?
  2. Could Pritha, according to you, have avoided her condition of 'feeling lonely’?
  3. What would you do if you were in Pritha’s place?
  4. Do you think Pritha should have spoken to her parents about her feelings at college? If yes, how it would have helped her?

Answer the following questions in 150-200 words.

Exercise | Q 7.1 | Page 60

What are the criteria of abnormal behaviour? Explain with examples.

Exercise | Q 7.2 | Page 60

What are the causes of abnormal behaviour?

Exercise | Q 7.3 | Page 60

Describe the challenges faced by adolescents with examples.

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Chapter 5: Healthy Me - Normal Me

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