in

Quiz

10 Principles of Everyday Life For Getting Ahead Faster (Part One)

Here are 10 personal/social development principles and lifelong learning skills which people observe and practice  to improve their performance and get ahead in relationships. Enjoy completing this quiz. Afterwards; do leave your comments, score and up-vote in the section below. Thanks.

To view my other Quizzes on Personal & Social Development: please click here:  – 

  1.  Find Out Your Communication Style Personality (Part 1) 
  2.  Discover Your Change Management Style  – (Part 1) 
  3.  Leadership Styles: No. 1 
  4.  Leadership Styles: No. 2
  5. Leadership Styles: No. 3 
  6. Leadership Styles of World-Famous Leaders (Part One) 

  • “When people think retrospectively about how much time was spent doing a task; we tend to overestimate “short” intervals of time; and tend to underestimate “long” intervals of time.” What is this principle called?

    • Miller’s Law
    • Dunning–Kruger’s Effect
    • Vierordt’s Law
    • Murphy’s Law
  • “When communicating; in order to understand what another person is saying, you must assume that the statement is true; and then try to imagine what it could be true of.” What is the name of this principle?

    • Humphrey’s Law
    • Miller’s Law
    • Murphy’s Law
    • Stein’s Law
  • When making personal plans, or work plans, we make allowances in our plans for the principle which states that: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” What is the name of this principle?

    • Premack’s Principle
    • Papert’s Principle
    • Murphy’s Law
    • Dunning–Kruger’s Effect
  • What is the name of the cognitive bias in which some unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority; by mistakenly rating their ability to be much higher than average? This bias is attributed to a meta-cognitive inability of the unskilled person to recognize his, or her, mistakes.

    • Dunning–Kruger’s Effect
    • Papert’s Principle
    • Premack’s Principle
    • Stein’s Law
  • What is this principle of mental growth states that: “Some of the most crucial steps in mental growth are based not simply on acquiring new skills, but on acquiring new administrative ways to use what one already knows.”?

    • Humphrey’s Law
    • Papert’s Principle
    • Premack’s Principle
    • Stein’s Law
  • “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop. If a trend cannot go on forever, there is no need for taking action to make it stop; as it will stop of its own accord.” What is this principle called?

    • Hick’s Law
    • Premack’s Principle
    • Segal’s Law
    • Stein’s law
  • What is the name of the Effectiveness principle which thought-provokingly states that: “Someone with a watch knows what time it is. But. A person with two watches is never sure.”?

    • Hick’s Law
    • Humphrey’s Law
    • Premack’s Principle
    • Segal’s Law
  • Which principle of human behaviour, states that: “The more probable behaviors shown, or observed (or in question) will always reinforce the less probable behaviors shown, or observed (or in question)”

    • Gérson’s Law
    • Humphrey’s Law
    • Premack’s Principle
    • Sayre’s Law
  • Which principle of human behaviour/performance states that: “Conscious attention to a task normally performed automatically can impair the performance of that task.”?

    • Engelbart’s Law
    • Gérson’s Law
    • Humphrey’s Law
    • Sayre’s Law
  • Which capricious principle of human behaviour states that: “An advantage should be taken in every situation, regardless of ethics.”?

    • Engelbart’s Law
    • Gérson’s Law
    • Hick’s Law
    • Sayre’s Law

What do you think?

7 points

3 Comments

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply