Pokhara University || Fall,2019 || General Psychology || BBA/BBA-BI/BCIS/BHCM/BBA-TT

This is the question set along with answers of General Psychology- Fall, 2019, for the first semester which was taken by Pokhara University.

POKHARA UNIVERSITY – General Psychology, Fall 2019

Level: Bachelor                                               Semester: Fall                          Year:2019

Programme: BBA/BBA-BI/BCIS/BHCM/BBA-TT                                             Full Marks: 100

Course: General Psychology, Fall 2019                                                                  Pass Marks: 45

Time: 3 hrs

Section “A”


  1. Mention any three misconceptions about psychology?
  2. What is perceptual distortion?
  3. Define conformity?
  4. What is the endocrine system?
  5. How is memory related to the brain?
  6. State the individual differences in intelligence on the basis of I.Q.
  7. Give any three causes of stress.
  8. Differentiate between common sense and psychology.
  9. What is neural impulse?
  10. Give two examples of the prototype.

The answer to the above 10 questions


Section “B”

                 Descriptive Answer Questions

Attempt any six questions

  1. What is social influence? How prejudices are originated? What are the techniques the reduce them? Explain.
  2. Define problem-solving. Explain the various elements of thinking.
  3. What do you understand by memory? Explain the memorization process and the causes of forgetting?
  4. Define personality. Explain the Freudian theory of personality.
  5. How is behavior studied through the experimental method? What are its advantages and disadvantages? Explain.
  6. What is Operant-conditioning learning? How can it be used in strengthening and weak behavior?
  7. Define attitude. Explain how attitudes are formed along with their types.


                                 Section “C”

                               Case Analysis

  1. Read the case situation given below and answer the questions that follow.

               Rajesh is 25 years old. The first full-time job he got during last summer breaking completing his bachelor level was a clerical job in a large office. He had to take his support of his study further. He found the job most tedious and boring. He had to arrive morning at 9 pm and stay there up to 5 pm. His duty consisted of filing various letter forms. Every day, he had to stand for hours in front of a long line of file cabinets. He discovered that he could finish the work in about three hours and remain the whole doing nothing.

This resulted in him to learn to work in slow motion and to turn off attention so that he stands there after hours like the clock laboriously tick away the minutes. The only thing enjoyed was his lunch and tiffin breaks. Since he needed money for his further education he had to stick to it.

His salary was 15000/- per month. For that, he was expected to be there at times until 5 pm. There is another college student who was a year senior in college. He soon noticed that the guy rarely arrived in time and often disappeared for hours in the middle of the day. The guy was paid 1000/- more than he was. Rajesh felt insulted. Does year’s seniority qualify that guy for so many perks? How can Rajesh get along in the condition? He also found that the guy was the son of a local politician. This made Rajesh more serious and the remaining motivation he had flown out of the window.

Case Questions:

  1. What kind of motivation does Rajesh have in the case?
  2. Explain the factors related to work motivation?
  3. What are the wrong aspects associated with the job of Rajesh and explain them?
  4. What would you do, if you had been the head of the section Rajesh is working in?

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