A-AS Level (CIE) Psychology: Specimen Questions with Answers 189 - 191 of 299

Question 189

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Define rooting reflex (Marks 2)

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A pattern of responses which enables the neonate to find the mother’s breast; when the cheek is stimulated, the head turns in that direction

The Define rooting reflex

The Define Rooting Reflex

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Question 190

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Explain the diagnostic criteria for Schizoid Personality Disorder (4 Marks)

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Pervasive pattern of detachment from social relationships, Neither desire nor enjoys close relationships, chooses solitary activities, takes pleasure in few, Shows emotional coldness, Appears indifferent to the praise or criticism of others. -any appropriate response

Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Symptoms of Schizophrenia

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Question 191

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Explain different types of cooperation (Mark 8)

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Cooperation is an integrating activity and is believed to be the opposite of competition. The word ‘cooperation’ is derived from the two Latin words “co” meaning together and “operari” meaning to work

  • Direct cooperation-The essential characteristics of this kind of cooperation are that people do in company. Cooperating individuals do things of common interest together and perform identical functions
  • Indirect cooperation-Individual work towards a common end each has its own specialized functions.
  • Primary cooperation-There is an identity of interest between the individual and the group. It is cooperation which is found in primary groups such as family
  • Secondary cooperation- This type of cooperation is generally found in the secondary groups such as government, industry, trade union etc.
  • Tertiary cooperation- Interaction between various big and small group to meet a particular situation. Here the individual or group who wants to compete with one another, come together and cooperate with each other for a specific purpose.
types of cooperation

Types of Cooperation

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