Construct Of Intelligence And Multi-Dimensional Intelligence MCQ

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Construct Of Intelligence And Multi-Dimensional Intelligence MCQ

01 Which of the following observations supports Howard Gardener’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences?

  1. Different intelligence’s are hierarchical in nature
  2. Teachers should follow one specific theory of educational innovation at the time of designing instruction
  3. Damage to one part of the brain affects only a particular ability sparing others
  4. Intelligence is an interaction of analytical, creative, and practical intelligence’s

Option 3 – Damage to one part of the brain affects only a particular ability sparing others

02 Gardener initially formulated seven intelligences. Which among the following is not one of them?

  1. spatial
  2. linguistic
  3. interpersonal
  4. naturalist

Option 4 – naturalist

03 Intelligence theory incorporates the mental processes involved in intelligence (i.e meta-components) and the varied forms that intelligence can take (i.e creative intelligence). This refers to

  1. spearman’s ‘g’ factor
  2. sternberg’s triacrchic theory of intelligence
  3. savant theory of intelligence
  4. thurstone’s primary mental abilities

Option 2 – sternberg’s triacrchic theory of intelligence

04 IQ = (Mental age / Chronological age) x 100 was propounded by

  1. revised stanford-binet scale
  2. minnesota paper form board test
  3. binet-simon
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – revised stanford-binet scale

05 Under ordinary conditions, an individual’s IQ is supposed to remain the same throughout the age limits covered by the scale. This property is known as

  1. constancy of IQ
  2. Deviation of IQ
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. Neither (1) nor (2)

Option 1 – constancy of IQ

06 A child with intelligence quotient 105 will be classified as

  1. superior intelligence
  2. above average intelligence
  3. normal or average intelligence
  4. dull

Option 3 – normal or average intelligence

07 An 11 years old child’s score on the Standford-Binet intelligence scale is 130. By assuming? = 100 and s = 15 in a normal probability curve, calculate the percentage of 11 years old children, this child has scored better than

  1. 78%
  2. 80%
  3. 98%
  4. 88%

Option 3 – 98%

08 Binet-Simon tests measure

  1. general intelligence
  2. specific intelligence
  3. attitude
  4. aptitude

Option 1 – general intelligence

09 A student’s chronological age is 10 years and mental age is 12 years. His IQ will be

  1. 80
  2. 100
  3. 120
  4. 140

Option 3 – 120

10 Which of the following is not a sign of an intelligent young child?

  1. one who has the ability to cram long essays very quickly
  2. one who has the ability to communicate fluently and appropriately
  3. one who carries on thinking in an abstract manner
  4. one who can adjust oneself in a new environment

Option 1 – one who has the ability to cram long essays very quickly

11 A child of 16 years scores 75 in an IQ test his mental age will be …….. years

  1. 15
  2. 12
  3. 8
  4. 14

Option 3 – 8

12 IQ scores are generally ……. correlated with academic performance

  1. moderately
  2. least
  3. perfectly
  4. highly

Option 4 – highly

13 Theory of multiple intelligences implies the following except

  1. emotional intelligence is not related to IQ
  2. intelligence is a distinct set of processing operations used by an individual to solve problems
  3. disciplines should be presented in a number of ways
  4. learning could be assessed through a variety of means

Option 2 – intelligence is a distinct set of processing operations used by an individual to solve problems

14 The following three aspects of intelligence are dealt by Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory except

  1. contextual
  2. componential
  3. social
  4. experimental

Option 3 – social

15 Howard Gardener’s theory of multiple intelligences emphasises

  1. conditioning skills in students
  2. general intelligence
  3. common abilities required in school
  4. the unique abilities of each individual

Option 4 – the unique abilities of each individual

16 Following are the critical views about the ‘Theory of Multiple Intelligences’, except

  1. it is not research-based
  2. different intelligence’s demand different methods for different students
  3. gifted students usually excel in a single domain
  4. it lacks of empirical support

Option 3 – gifted students usually excel in a single domain

17 ‘Theory of Multiple Intelligences’ cannot be legitimised as it

  1. is not possible to measure different intelligence’s as there are no specific tests
  2. does not place equal importance on all seven intelligences
  3. is based only on sound empirical studies done by Abraham maslow throughout his life
  4. is not compatible with general intelligence ‘g’, which is most important

Option 1 – is not possible to measure different intelligence’s as there are no specific tests

18 Which of the following is a form of Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence?

  1. practical intelligence
  2. experimental intelligence
  3. resourceful intelligence
  4. mathematical intelligence

Option 1 – practical intelligence

19 Who developed the first intelligence test?

  1. david wechsler
  2. alfred binet
  3. charles edward spearman
  4. robert sternberg

Option 2 – alfred binet

20 Learning abilities in mathematics can be assessed most appropriately by which of the following tests?

  1. aptitude test
  2. diagnostic test
  3. screening test
  4. achievement test

Option 2 – diagnostic test

21 Which of the following skills is associated with emotional inteligence?

  1. memorising
  2. motor processing
  3. envisaging
  4. empathising

Option 2 – motor processing

22 Which of these does not imply practical intelligence in the Triarchic theory?

  1. re-shaping the environment
  2. thinking practically about oneself only
  3. choosing an environment in which you can succeed
  4. adapting to the environment

Option 1 – re-shaping the environment

23 Intelligence is

  1. a set of capabilities
  2. a singular and generic concept
  3. the ability to imitate others
  4. a specific ability

Option 2 – a singular and generic concept

24 Howard Gardener’s theory of Multiple Intelligence (MI) suggests that

  1. intelligence is solely determined by IQ tests
  2. teachers should use MI as a framework for devising alternate ways to teach the subject matter
  3. ability is destiny and does not change over a period of time
  4. every child should be taught every subject in eight different ways in order to develop all the intelligence

Option 2 – teachers should use MI as a framework for devising alternate ways to teach the subject matter

25 A creative child may be poor in

  1. religious values
  2. social values
  3. aesthetic values
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – religious values

26 Positive correlation is found between creativity and

  1. intelligence
  2. achievement
  3. aesthetic values
  4. none of the above

Option 1 – intelligence

27 Who propounded the two factor Theory of Intelligence?

  1. spearman
  2. thorndike
  3. gulliford
  4. catell

Option 1 – spearman

28 Which of the following is not a ‘primary mental ability’ according to Thurstone?

  1. arithmetic ability
  2. associative memory
  3. thinking speed
  4. inductive reasoning

Option 3 – thinking speed

29 The fluid and crystallised intelligence theory was developed by

  1. sternberg and binet
  2. cattell and horn
  3. binet and simon
  4. none of the above

Option 2 – cattell and horn

30 Crystallised intelligence depends on

  1. neurological development
  2. physical development
  3. learning and experience
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – learning and experience

31 Howard Gardner’s Theory of multiple intelligences emphasises ( Construct Of Intelligence And Multi-Dimensional Intelligence MCQ )

  1. conditioning skills in students
  2. general intelligence
  3. common abilities required in school
  4. the unique abilities of each individual

Option 4 – the unique abilities of each individual

32 Which one of the following intelligence gives one the ability to manipulate and create mental images in order to solve problems and is not limited to visual domains?

  1. spatial intelligence
  2. linguistic intelligence
  3. musical intelligence
  4. bodily-kinesthetic intelligence

Option 1 – spatial intelligence

33 …… intelligence is the ability to understand and discern the feelings and intentions of others while ….. intelligence is the ability to understand one’s own feelings and motivations

  1. interpersonal, intrapersonal
  2. intrapersonal, interpersonal
  3. interpersonal, social
  4. social, intrapersonal

Option 1 – interpersonal, intrapersonal

34 Which one of the following is a critique of theory of Multiple intelligences? ( Construct Of Intelligence And Multi-Dimensional Intelligence MCQ )

  1. Multiple intelligences are only the ‘talents’ present in intelligence as a whole
  2. multiple intelligences allow students to discover their propensities
  3. it overemphasizes practical intelligence
  4. it cannot be supported by empirical evidence at all

Option 1 – Multiple intelligences are only the ‘talents’ present in intelligence as a whole

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