CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : Marking Scheme, Psychology

 
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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 : Marking Scheme

Question Paper, Psychology

CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  Psychology (Delhi)

SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION
MARCH 2017
MARKING SCHEME
PSYCHOLOGY (037) CLASS XII
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
 
1. ALL HEAD EXAMINERS ARE EXPECTED TO EXPLAIN THE MARKING SCHEME TO EACH AND EVERY SUB-EXAMINER FOR MAINTAINING UNIFORMITY IN EVALUATION
2. THE MARKING SCHEME IS A GUIDELINE. ANY RELEVANT AND APPROPRIATE INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ANSWER OF A QUESTION, OTHER THAN THAT GIVEN IN THE MARKING SCHEME MAY BE MARKED CORRECT. STUDENTS USING THEIR OWN LANGUAGE FOR EXPLAINING CONCEPTS BE GIVEN DUE WEIGHTAGE.
3. MARKS ARE NOT NORMALLY DEDUCTED FOR SPELLING ERRORS BUT IF THE ANSWER OBLITERATES THE RIGHT CONCEPT OR MEANING OF CONCEPT IS DISTORTED, MARKS MAY BE DEDUCTED ACCORDINGLY.
4. IF A STUDENT HAS ATTEMPTED BOTH PARTS – QUESTION AS WELL AS ITS CHOICE QUESTION, THE PART SECURING HIGHER MARKS IS TO BE CONSIDERED.
5. MARKS ARE NOT TO BE DEDUCTED IF ANSWERS ARE NOT WRITTEN ACCORDING TO THE SEQUENCE GIVEN IN THE QUESTION PAPER.
6. MARKS ARE NOT TO BE DEDUCTED FOR EXCEEDING THE WORD LIMIT.
 
NOTE: AS PER THE ORDERS OF THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT, THE CANDIDATE WOULD NOW BE PERMITTED TO OBTAIN PHOTOCOPY OF THE EVALUATED ANSWER SHEET ON REQUEST AND ON PAYMENT OF THE PRESCRIBED FEE. ALL EXAMINERS / HEAD EXAMINERS MUST ENSURE THAT EVALUATION IS CARRIED OUT STRICTLY AS PER SUGGESTED VALUE POINTS FOR EACH ANSWER AS GIVEN IN THE MARKING SCHEME.
Q.No. EXPECTED ANSWER / SUGGESTED VALUE POINTS Page
 
 

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CBSE Class-12 Exam 2017 :  Psychology (Outside)

Q.No.

EXPECTED ANSWER / SUGGESTED VALUE POINTS

Page

No.

Distribution

of Marks

 

PART A

 

 

1

(b) Interpersonal intelligence

7

1

2

Self Esteem

26

1

3

(c) Burnout

59

1

4

False

77

1

5

Delusion

80

1

6

True

192

1

7

Prototype / if stereotype (glossary)

120,

207

1, ½

8

Audience

132

1

9

Ecology

154

1

10

(d) Paraphrasing

185

1

 

PART B

 

 

11

Pervasive   development    disorder    –    characterised    by    severe    and

widespread impairments in social interactions and communication skills and stereotyped patterns of behaviours, interests and activities.

e.g. Autism

83

2

12

In binge eating, there are frequent episodes of out of control eating

84

2

13

Frankl   emphasised    the   role    of   spiritual    anxieties    in    leading    to

meaninglessness and hence it may be called an existential anxiety i.e. neurotic anxiety of spiritual origin

101

2

14

Compliance – behaving in response to a request from another person or

group even in the absence of a norm.

Example of a salesperson / or any other relevant example

142

2

15

Crowding – refers to a feeling of discomfort because there are too many

people / things around us, giving us the experience of physical restriction and lack of privacy.

Crowding is an environmental stressor.

An example of crowding

158,

159

2

16

Advantages of observation technique

1.  It allows behaviour to be seen and studied in its natural setting

2.  People from outside or those already working in a setting can be trained to use it

181

1+1=2

 

PART C

 

 

17

Freidman & Rosenman classified individuals on the basis of psycho-

social risk factors.

1.  Type A personality individuals seem to possess high motivation, lack patience, feel short of time, be in a great hurry and feel like

31

1+1+1=3

 

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