Forensic Psychology QnA (FACT Plus 2022)

FACT and FACT Plus Exam 20 March 2022

Exam NameFACT and FACT Plus Exam 20 March 2022
Test Date20/03/2022
Test Time :9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SubjectForensic Psychology (FACT Plus)


Section I: Aptitude in Forensic Science

Q.1. Who defined crime as the intentional Act in violation of the criminal law committed without any defense or excuse and penalized by the state:

  1. Howard Becker
  2. Lombroso
  3. Paul Tappan
  4. Edwin Sutherland

Answer: 3. Paul Tappan

Q.2. The court which can conduct a trial for murder cases is:

  1. Session Court
  2. High Court
  3. Supreme Court
  4. Chief Judicial Magistrate

Answer: 1. Session Court

Q.3. Children first demonstrate a rudimentary understanding of syntax during the _____stage.

  1. Two-word
  2. One-word
  3. Three-word
  4. Babbling

Answer: 1. Two-word

Q.4. Theory of Pain and Pleasure was propounded by ­­­______

  1. Bentham
  2. Plato
  3. Aristotle
  4. Sutherland

Answer: 1. Bentham

Q.5. Psychology is said to be the scientific study of _____ and ______.

  1. Mental illness, Mental health
  2. Behavior, mental processes
  3. Physical states, mental states
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. Behavior, Mental Processes

Q.6. According to Differential Association Theory ______ leads to crimes.

  1. Social changes.
  2. Psychological exchanges
  3. Social interactions
  4. Social conflicts

Answer: 3. Social Interactions

Q.7. By which of the following case, Article 21 and Article 20 (3) came into effect?

  1. Lily Thomas vs Union of India
  2. Selvi vs State of Karnataka
  3. AP Gopalan vs State of Madras
  4. Vishaka and State of Rajasthan

Answer: 2. Selvi vs State of Karnataka

Q.8. Which blood cell contains DNA?

  1. Platelets
  2. White Blood Cells
  3. Red Blood Cells
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. White Blood Cells

Q.9. Who discovered that all mental process is not accompanied by mental imagery?

  1. Willhelm Wundt
  2. J. B. Watson
  3. Oswald Kulpe
  4. E. B. Titchner

Answer: 3. Oswald Kulpe

Q.10. The level of toxicity of Datura plant on the basis of increasing level is

  1. Leaf, Root, Fruit, Seeds
  2. Seeds, Leaf, Root, Fruit
  3. Fruit, Root, Seeds, Leaf
  4. Root, Seeds, Fruit, Leaf

Answer: 1. Leaf, Root, Fruit, Seeds

Q.11. Which is the correct order of ‘Products’ given by Guilford

  1. Units, Classes, Systems, Relations, Transformations, Implications
  2. Units, Classes, Systems, Relations, Implications, Transformations
  3. Units, Relations, Classes, Systems, Implications, Transformations
  4. Units, Classes, Relations, Systems, Transformations, Implications

Answer: 4. Units, Classes, Relations, Systems, Transformations, Implications

Q.12. In case of carbon monoxide poisoning which preservative is recommended for the preservation of blood samples

  1. No preservative
  2. Sodium Chloride
  3. Sodium Carbonate
  4. Sodium Fluoride

Answer: 1. No Preservative

Q.13. If REASON is coded as 5 and GOVERNMENT as 9, then what is the code for ACCIDENT?

  1. 7
  2. 9
  3. 8
  4. 6

Answer: 1. 7

Q.14. ______ is to nature as ______ is to nurture.

  1. Stavros, Pliny
  2. Aristotle, Plato
  3. Pliny, Archimedes
  4. Plato, Aristotle

Answer: 4. Plato, Aristotle

Q.15. In _________ method of study in psychology, passive study and analysis of human behaviour is usually done.

  1. Introspection Method
  2. Observational Method
  3. Experimental Method
  4. Genetic Method

Answer:2. Observational Method

Q.16. Derringers are single shot pistols, which possess

  1. Single barrel
  2. Multiple barrels
  3. Choke in the barrel
  4. Magazine

Answer: 2. Multiple Barrels

Q.17. AAS is mostly employed in:

  1. Poisoning cases
  2. Lost and Found
  3. Hit and Run
  4. All of these

Answer: 1. Poisoning Cases

Q.18. Which part of the brain is responsible for skilled movements

  1. Thalamus
  2. Cerebellum
  3. Prefrontal cortex
  4. Pons

Answer: 2. Cerebellum

Q.19. Free sulphuric acid is rarely found in stomach contents in acid poisoning cases because

  1. May be neutralised by alkalies given as antidotes
  2. May combine chemically with the tissue with which it comes in contact
  3. It may be vomited out
  4. All these

Answer: 4. All these

Q.20. How many equivalent protons does TMS have?

  1. 11
  2. 10
  3. 12
  4. 13

Answer: 3. 12

Q.21. Safe : Secure :: Protect : ?

  1. Conserve
  2. Sure
  3. Guard
  4. Lock

Answer: 3. Gaurd

Q.22. What type of plate is used in thin layer chromatography?

  1. Silica gel
  2. Silicone gel surface
  3. Filter paper
  4. None of these

Answer: 1. Silica Gel

Q.23. The following method is used for determining the age of an ink by tracking the degradation of certain dyes.

  1. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  2. Thin layer chromatography (TLC)
  3. Laser desorption mass spectrometry (LDMS)
  4. Gas chromatography (GC)

Answer: 3. Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry (LDMS)

Q.24. Out of the following, who has not explained intelligence as having more than one component at higher order level

  1. Guilford
  2. Cattell
  3. Jensen
  4. Thurston

Answer: 4. Thurston

Q.25. Cross examination of the prosecution witness is done by:

  1. Judge
  2. Defence counsel
  3. Public Prosecutor
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. Defence Counsel

Q.26. Look at this series: 36, 34, 30, 28, 24, … What number should come next?

  1. 20
  2. 22
  3. 23
  4. 26

Answer: 2. 22

Q.27. Which school of criminology propounded the Theory of Free will?

  1. Classical school
  2. Neo-Classical school
  3. Positivist school
  4. None of these

Answer: 1. Classical School

Q.28. A psychologist exploring the impact of a new drug on activity in the brain is working on the ______ level of explanation.

  1. Upper
  2. Middle
  3. Lower
  4. All of these

Answer: 3. Lower

Q.29. Which guidelines matches Codes of Ethics for interpreting physical evidence?

  1. No excessive testing
  2. Don’t state conclusions beyond your area of expertise
  3. Inform colleagues about new methodologies
  4. Appropriately define your area of expertise

Answer: 2. Don’t state conclusions beyond your area of expertise

Q.30. Neutral probes in Brain Electrical Oscillation Signature profiling are used to detect

  1. Familiar knowledge
  2. Experiential knowledge
  3. Semantic processing
  4. Remembrance

Answer: 3. Semantic Processing

Q.31. Which spray is used on crime scenes to detect invisible blood stains on the surface.

  1. Fluorescent dye
  2. Luminol
  3. Fluorescent biomarkers
  4. None of these

Answer: 2. Luminol

Q.32. How to preserve question documents in the lab

  1. Keep them in soft chamber
  2. Keep it in hard folder without folding
  3. Keep them in a non humid chamber
  4. Keep them by folding in envelop

Answer: 2. Keep it in hard folder without folding

Q.33. What are the challenges that can be seen in Hypnotic Memory Retrieval?

  1. Memory Hardening and Suggestibility
  2. Faking
  3. Confabulation
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of these

Q.34. What should be done when we open evidence in the lab?

  1. Examine the evidence
  2. Check and mark the evidence
  3. Store the evidence
  4. Mark the evidence

Answer: 2. Check and mark the evidence

Q.35. Melt : Liquid :: Freeze :

  1. Ice
  2. Push
  3. Condense
  4. Solid

Answer: 4. Solid

Q.36. UV-Spectrophotometry is mainly used for:

  1. Qualitative analysis
  2. Selective analysis
  3. Quantitative analysis
  4. None of these

Answer: 3. Quantitative Analysis

Q.37. The role of unconscious in creative thinking is known as the process of

  1. Incubation
  2. Illumination
  3. Verification
  4. Inoculation

Answer: 4. Inoculation

Q.38. Which country among the following does not award death penalty to offenders?

  1. China
  2. Russia
  3. Australia
  4. United Kingdom

Answer: 4. United Kingdom

Q.39. A Provisional theory to explain observed facts is known as _________.

  1. Event
  2. Hypothesis
  3. Theory
  4. Construct

Answer: 2. Hepothesis

Q.40. Preservation of footprint on snow can be done by

  1. Sulphur Casting
  2. Wax Casting
  3. Plaster of Paris Cast
  4. Tracing

Answer: 1. Sulphur Casting

Q.41. The process of identifying personality traits, behavioral tendencies, geographical location, and demographic or biographical descriptors of an offender (or offenders) based on crime scene characteristics called:

  1. Criminal profiling
  2. Profiling
  3. Assessment
  4. Inspection

Answer: 1. Criminal Profiling

Q.42. IPC is:

  1. Code for punishment
  2. Procedure for investigation
  3. Both (a) & (b)
  4. None of these

Answer: 1. Code for Punishment

Q.43. This type of victim culpability suggests that an irresponsible act by a victim was taken advantage of by an offender.

  1. Victim culpability
  2. Victim precipitation
  3. Victim provocation
  4. Victim facilitation

Answer: 4. Victim Facilitation

Q.44. Prepared TLC plates are activated at a temperature of

  1. 110° C
  2. 100° C
  3. 120° C
  4. 130° C

Answer: 1. 1100 C

Q.45. ______ is to nature as ______ is to nurture.

  1. Inaccuracy, accuracy
  2. Environment, genes
  3. Biology, experience
  4. Conscious, unconscious

Answer: 3. Biology, Experience

Q.46. The ray which is not deflected by electric or magnetic field is:

  1. Alpha-ray
  2. Beta-ray
  3. X-ray
  4. Gamma-ray

Answer: 3. X-Ray

Q.47. Thursday In a family, there are husband-wife, two sons and two daughters. All the ladies were invited to a dinner. Both sons went out to play. Husband did not return from office. Who was at home?

  1. Only wife was at home
  2. Only sons were at home
  3. Nobody was at home
  4. All ladies were at home

Answer: 3. Nobody was at home

Q.48. ______ is the belief that the mind is fundamentally different from the body.

  1. Mindism
  2. Specialism
  3. Centralism
  4. Dualism

Answer: 4.Dualism

Q.49. All of the following are required methods of documenting a crime scene, except:

  1. Voice recording
  2. Videography
  3. Photography
  4. Sketching

Answer: 1. Voice Recording

Q.50 How to collect blood samples from crime scene?

  1. In any container
  2. With cotton swab and preserving it by drying and collecting
  3. In glass container with anticoagulant
  4. In steel container

Answer: 3. In Glass container with anticoagulant

Section II: Forensic Psychology

Q.51. Which of the following disease affects handwriting?

  1. Thalassemia
  2. Chronic Malaria
  3. Parkinsonism
  4. Chronic Leukemia

Answer: 3. Parkinsonism

Q.52. Selection of an executive officer is an example of:

  1. Public Opinion
  2. General Election
  3. Functional Committee
  4. None of these

Answer: 3. Functional Committee

Q.53. Which of the following phrase includes imagining how other people see you, judge you, and how you feel about the perceived judgements?

  1. Anticipatory socialization
  2. Role-taking
  3. Moral developments
  4. Looking glass-self

Answer: 4.Looking Glass-self

Q.54. Which of the following is recommended for drug-involved juvenile offenders?

  1. Case cost-benefit analysis
  2. Confrontive family therapy
  3. Social skills training
  4. Post treatment supports such as self-help groups, relapse prevention, and aftercare

Answer: 4. Post treatment supports such as self-help groups, relapse prevention, and aftercare

Q.55. Who is the father of psychodynamic theory?

  1. Charles Darwin
  2. Willhelm Wundt
  3. Sigmund Freud
  4. William James

Answer: 3. Sigmund Freud

Q.56. Which of the following is NOT an important issue relating to goal-setting theory?

  1. Goal specificity
  2. Equity among workers
  3. Feedback
  4. Defining the go

Answer:2. Equity among the workers

Q.57. Who defined crime as the intentional Act in violation of the criminal law committed without any defense or excuse and penalized by the state

  1. Paul Tappan
  2. Howard Becker
  3. Edwin Sutherland
  4. Lombroso

Answer: 1. Paul Tappan

Q.58. In the Vishakha’s case, the Supreme Court has laid down the guidelines related to

  1. Sexual harassment of women
  2. Crimes against minorities
  3. Crimes against children
  4. Crimes against communities

Answer: 1. Sexual Harassment of Women

Q.59. The Indian Arms Act was enforced in

  1. 1959
  2. 1964
  3. 1955
  4. 1961

Answer: 1. 1959

Q.60. The direction of a wound can be ascertained from which of the following injuries:

  1. Chop wound
  2. Laceration
  3. Incised wound
  4. Contusion

Answer: 3. Incised wound

Q.61. The chromosome pattern in Turner’s syndrome is

  1. XXY
  2. XYY
  3. XO
  4. XXX

Answer: 3. XO

Q.62. which is not the measurement in polygraph?

  1. Galvanograph
  2. Solograph
  3. Sphygmograph
  4. Pneumnograph

Answer: 2. Solograph

Q.63. Which one is the most suitable statement for Charismatic leadership?

  1. An authoritarian leader.
  2. A leader of family based political party.
  3. A situational leader.
  4. A leader of cadre based political party.

Answer: 3. A Situational Leader

Q.64. Three mountains task was used by Piaget to study ______ in children.

  1. Reversibility
  2. Egocentrism
  3. Centration
  4. Conservation

Answer: 2. Egocentrism

Q.65. Whenever daughter performs well in her studies she receives a chocolate from parents but her brother is given a chocolate only when he gets the highest marks in the class. This is a paradigm of:

  1. Positive and negative reinforcement.
  2. Continuous and secondary reinforcement.
  3. Primary and secondary reinforcement.
  4. Continuous and partial reinforcement.

Answer: 4. Continuous and Partial Reinforcement

Q.66. Attitude includes:

  1. Cognitive and affective processes.
  2. Affective and behavioral processes.
  3. Cognitive and behavioral processes.
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of these

Q.67. A theory named as “Gestalt theory” emphasized:

  1. Environmental stimuli
  2. The atoms of though
  3. A flow of consciousness
  4. Our tendency to see pattern

Answer: 4. Our tendency to see pattern

Q.68. Chemical etching is a method for restoration of erased marks on

  1. Leather
  2. Metal
  3. Plastic
  4. Wood

Answer: 2. Metal

Q.69. Arrange the following firearms in the proper chronological order:

  1. Flint lock
  2. Wheel lock
  3. Match lock
  4. Percussion cap lock


  1. (iv) (ii) (i) (iii)
  2. (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)
  3. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)
  4. (iii) (i) (iv) (ii)

Answer: 2. (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)

Q.70. The following method is used for determining the age of an ink by tracking the degradation of certain dyes.

  1. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  2. Gas chromatography (GC)
  3. Thin layer chromatography (TLC)
  4. Laser desorption mass spectrometry (LDMS)

Answer: Laser desorption mass spectrometry (LDMS)

Q.71. Which one of the following is not correctly matched?

  1. Ensilo Femi – Positive school
  2. Power-control theory – John Hagan
  3. Differential opportunity structure – E.H. Sutherland
  4. Drift theory – Gresham Syres

Answer: 3. Differential opportunity structure – E.H. Sutherland

Q.72. Which one defines prejudice accurately

  1. A truth about gender based discrimination.
  2. An acquired belief about a community.
  3. An accurate knowledge about race/caste.
  4. A pattern of stereotype thought and behavior for someone.

Answer: 4. A pattern of stereotype thought and behavior for someone.

Q.73. Delusion is disorder of __________

  1. Vision
  2. Emotion
  3. Thought
  4. Attention

Answer: 3. Thought

Q.74. Démence Précoce was poluplarized by____________.

  1. Carl Jung
  2. Sigmund Freud
  3. Alfred Binet
  4. Emil Kraepelin

Answer: 4. Emil Kraepelin

Q.75. One of the goals of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 was to:

  1. Put more funds into reactive as opposed to proactive youth programs
  2. Remove juveniles from adult jails and lock-up facilities
  3. Increase the punishment for status offenses
  4. Decrease the focus on runaway youth

Answer: 2. Remove juveniles from adult jails and lock-up facilities

Q.76. Which technique is used in analysis of DNA?

  1. Gel Electrophoresis
  2. Polymerase Chain Reaction
  3. Gas Chromatography
  4. None Of These

Answer: 1. Gel Electrophoresis

Q.77. Perception without an object is ____________

  1. Hallucination
  2. Delusion
  3. Insight
  4. Mood

Answer: 1. Hallucination

Q.78. 2D-PAGE is a combination of

  1. IEF
  3. Both (a) and (b)
  4. None of these

Answer: 3. Both 1 and 2

Explanation: Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2DGel) is a successful method used for the detection and analysis of proteins. It has been designed as a combination of the 2DGel, IEF and SDS-PAGE methods, and is used in the analysis of complex protein mixtures.

Q.79. In what year was the first National Crime Survey conducted?

  1. 1957
  2. 1992
  3. 1981
  4. 1966

Answer: 4. 1966

Q.80. The term “taking cognizance” under the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 means:

  1. An administrative action to decide if criminal trial is required
  2. Completing preliminary requirements for starting a Criminal trial
  3. Taking notice of the matter judicially
  4. Starting a trial

Answer: 3. Taking Notice of the Matter Judicially

Q.81. The human ear can generally hear sounds ranging from

  1. 1000 – 5000 Hz
  2. 20 – 1000 Hz
  3. 20 – 2000 Hz
  4. 10 – 2000 Hz

Answer: 3. 20 – 2000 Hz

Q.82. Rarest of rare crime principle was established in the case of:

  1. Mithu V. State of Punjab
  2. Vishakha V. State of Rajasthan
  3. D.K.Basu V. State of West Bengal
  4. Bachan Singh V. State of Punjab

Answer: 4. Bachan Singh V. State of Punjab

Q.83. The following is the most acceptable method for revealing indented writing:

  1. Intense lighting
  2. Oblique lighting
  3. ESDA
  4. Rubbing with a pencil lead

Answer: 3. ESDA

Q.84. For an intelligence test, while computing item-remainder correlations for item analysis,we compute:

  1. Tetrachoric correlation
  2. Phi-coefficient
  3. Spearman rho
  4. Point-biserial correlation

Answer: 4. Point-biserial Correlation

Q.85. Confirmation of menstrual blood stain is done by the following method:

  1. Fibrin Degradation Product (FDP)
  2. Protein Marker
  3. Restriction enzymes
  4. Isoenzyme marker

Answer: 1. Fibrin Degradation Product (FDP)

Q.86. Under the provisions of section 202 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 the Magistrate cannot:

  1. Conduct the inquiry himself
  2. Use judicial discretion
  3. Ask a person who is not a police officer to conduct an investigation
  4. Ask the police officer to conduct an investigation

Answer: 2. Use Judicial Discretion

Q.87. Which of the following is not scored for ‘Determinants’ in Rorschach Ink Blot Test :

  1. Inanimate Movement
  2. Human Movement
  3. Form (Negative)
  4. Space

Answer: 4. Space

Q.88. “Poor impulse control and explosive outburst” are characteristics of which personality disorder?

  1. Histrionic
  2. Borderline
  3. Schizoid
  4. Dysthymic

Answer: 2. Borderline

Q.89. The junction between two neurons communicate is called

  1. Synapse
  2. Nucleus
  3. Cell
  4. Neurotransmitter

Answer: 1. Synapse

Q.90. What is the first step in processing a crime scene

  1. Securing the perimeter
  2. Sketching
  3. Photography
  4. Collecting Evidence

Answer: 1. Securing the perimeter

Q.91. When a forensic scientist provided information in a criminal trial, the facts he or she presents are based on:

  1. Educated guesses
  2. Eyewitness accounts
  3. Circumstantial evidence
  4. Scientific Investigation

Answer: 4. Scientific Investigation

Q.92. Which kind of evidence can be linked to a single person?

  1. Individual evidence
  2. Class evidence
  3. Conditional evidence
  4. Circumstantial evidence

Answer: 1. Individual Evidence

Q.93. When defendants enters a plea of guilty but maintain their innocence, this plea is referred to as:

  1. Nolo contendere
  2. Nolo mala
  3. Nolo prosequi
  4. Nolo prohibita

Answer: 1. Nolo contendere

Q.94. The bore of the 12 bore gun is

  1. 0.729″
  2. 0.727″
  3. 0.731″
  4. 0.723″

Answer: 1. 0.729”

Q.95. HMX contains:

  1. Cyclotetra Methylene Tetranitramine
  2. Nitro-Glycerine
  3. Ammonium Nitrate
  4. Cyclo-Trimethylene Tri-nitrate

Answer: 1. Cyclotetra Methylene Tetranitramine

Explanations: HMX (Octogen) is an acronym for High Melting eXplosive. It is also known as octogen and cyclotetramethylene-tetranitramine, as well as by other names.

Q.96. What do you mean by information processing?

  1. The study of the relation between physical stimulation and subjective experience.
  2. The process of organising and interpreting sensation into meaningful experiences.
  3. A presumed mode of attention that concerns the non-temporal information processing demands of a task and its activation shortens temporal awareness.
  4. The number of cycles completed within one second.

Answer: 3. A presumed mode of attention that concerns the non-temporal information processing demands of a task and its activation shortens temporal awareness.

Q.97. What are the challenges that can be seen in Hypnotic Memory Retrieval?

  1. Confabulation
  2. Faking
  3. Memory Hardening and Suggestibility
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of these

Q.98. The criminal responsibility of a mentally ill person is stated under the following section of Indian law?

  1. IPC 80
  2. CrPC 80
  3. IPC 84
  4. CrPC 84

Answer: 3. IPC 84

Q.99. Which of the following is not a standard physiological measure of sleep?

  1. Electrooculogram
  2. Electromyogram
  3. Electroencephalogram
  4. Electrocardiogram

Answer: 4. Electrocardiogram

Q.100. Which is the primary chemical component found in Cannabis?

  1. Codeine
  2. Caffeine
  3. Nicotine
  4. Delta 9-THC

Answer: 4. Delta 9-THC

Q.101. Which of the following cannot be determined from a person’s shoe impressions?

  1. Activities of the wearer
  2. Surface the person walks on
  3. Body Weight
  4. Age

Answer: 4. Age

Q.102. Which of the following could be used to plead diminished responsibility?

  1. Age
  2. Mental impairment
  3. Gender
  4. Both 1 & 2

Answer: 4. Both 1 & 2

Q.103. Which component of Polygraph are considered more informative by Forensic Psychophysiologists?

  1. Cardiosphygmograph
  2. Pneumo graph
  3. Galvano graph
  4. All of these

Answer: 4. All of These

Q.104. Which of the following part of the brain sends signals “alert” to the higher centers in response to incoming messages?

  1. Reticular formation
  2. Limbic system
  3. Hippocampus
  4. Amygdala

Answer: 1. Reticular formation

Q.105. “Psychologists seek to promote accuracy, honesty, and truthfulness in the science, teaching, and practice of psychology.” Is best known as which of the following ethical principle?

  1. Integrity
  2. Justice
  3. Fidelity and Responsibility
  4. Confidentiality

Answer: 1. Integrity

Q.106. A man borrows money and forgets to pay it back because paying back is painful. This is an example of:

  1. Regressia
  2. Reaction Formation
  3. Rationalization
  4. Repression

Answer: 4. Repression

Q.107. Which of the following is within the Scope of criminology?

  1. The process of breaching law
  2. Reaction of the society towards law breakers
  3. The process of making law
  4. All these

Answer: 3. All of These

Q.108. One of a group of muscles that act together to achieve a specific movement of joint is called:

  1. Contender
  2. Antagonist
  3. Motor pool
  4. Agonist

Answer: 4. Agonist

Q.109. The name ‘Keeler’ is associated with:

  1. Spectrograph
  2. Monograph
  3. Polygraph
  4. Chromatograph

Answer: 3. Keeler

Explanation: Leonarde Keeler was the co-inventor of the polygraph.

Q.110. Choose the right sequence of endocrine system.

  1. Hypothalamus → Adenocorticotrophic hormone → Gonads → Androgens.
  2. Hypothalamus → Cortico releasing hormone → Pancreas → Insulin.
  3. Pituitary gland → Adenocorticotrophic hormone → Adrenal gland → Epinephrine.
  4. Thyroid gland → Cortico releasing hormone → Hypothalamus → Thyroxin.

Answer: 3. Pituitary gland → Adenocorticotrophic hormone → Adrenal gland → Epinephrine

Q.111. In Ramamurthy vs. State of Karnataka the Supreme Court of India has given direction for.

  1. Juvenile justice reforms
  2. Judicial reforms
  3. Police reforms
  4. Prison reforms

Answer: 3. Police Reforms

Q.112. Which one of the following statements is true?

  1. The ‘Global Five’ factors are derived from Eysenck Personality Profiler, latest edition
  2. The ‘Global Five’ factors in personality refer to the second-order factors of 16 PF, latest edition.
  3. The ‘Global Five’ factors refer to the factors assessed by the NEO-Five Factor Inventory, latest edition.
  4. The ‘Global Five’ factors refer to the factors assessed by Goldberg’s bipolar adjectives.

Answer: 2. The ‘Global Five’ factors in personality refer to the second-order factors of 16 PF, latest edition.

Q.113. First edition of DSM was published in __________

  1. 1896
  2. 1952
  3. 1926
  4. 1999

Answer: 2. 1952

Q.114. Halocaust is considered as ……….?

  1. International crime
  2. Cyber crime
  3. Crime against Humanity
  4. Crime against property

Answer: 3. Crime Against Humanity

Q.115. One of the following is not the component of Kastle-Meyer Test

  1. Potassium Hydroxide
  2. Zinc dust
  3. Phenolphthalein
  4. Glacial Acetic Acid

Answer: 4. Glacial Acetic Acid

Q.116. In Maslow’s hierarchy needs which of the following pair of needs is ranked as “lower order needs”?

  1. Social and esteem needs
  2. Physiological and safety needs
  3. Physiological and social need
  4. Self actualization and safety needs

Answer: 3.Physiological and Social Need

Q.117. The term “tabula rasa” highlights the importance of ______ in shaping behaviour.

  1. Genes
  2. Nature
  3. Predestination
  4. Experience

Answer: 4. Experience

Q.118. This was the focus of victimological research in the 1940s.

  1. Victim blaming
  2. Effects of crime on the victim.
  3. Victim and criminal justice system interaction.
  4. Victim recovery

Answer: 1. Victim Blaming

Q.119. Under which law in India, probation to offenders cannot be granted?

  1. Motor Vehicle Act
  2. J.J. Act
  3. NDPS Act
  4. Indian Penal Code

Answer: 3. NDPS Act

Q.120. Hollow Cathode Lamp (HCL) is used in the following:

  1. Infra-Red Spectrometer
  2. Atomic Emission Spectrometer
  3. Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
  4. X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer

Answer: 3. Atomic Absorption Spectrometer

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