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UNIVERS■ TY OF CALICUT
DEPARTiEWT OF P3YCHOLoCY
― SCP'ME OF EXAMINATrON
I'r . A. 2SYCHOLOCY
( Propos-:<j- rovision with OffeCt from 1993 AdmisSion)
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Psyehodynamics ano Adjustment
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cognltivc Proccsses
Motivetion and. Personali
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3. perceptiOn as infOrmatiOrl processing L Development Of perc(cpt
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: C° nditiOning _ _sensュ
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sensiriearion
量
ti3ation ―
lo-nd-j.rion-ing
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告
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bitiOn and excitat■ On。
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derice anQ
v:]fa:寵 ::dures _
8. vERBAL_LEARNIIJG: LanguagO and t讐
°ries of thOughこ
t processes .. AssociatiOnism cesl
1:gせ leor」 l°
9. TRANSFER′ _INTERFERENCE: Retroactive and prO_actユ
ve inhi'っ itJ_っ ns
100
MEMORY : ShOrtl` & L6oOterin stOragof retrio,■ l pr6cと
も5。 、■
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讐署玉魁モ壬醤書in」 :dels Pf problern sOlving _ creativity ―Intel10ti:t
12. cuRRENT APPROACHES: 10 human cOgnitive and perceptual functュ
tl,:_
1■
Books fOr Reference8
,
1. Kling′ J.w. & Riggs′ LoA。 (1971)
Experimental Psych010gy′ LU::gnWn』 [lutnSI18° 8::I:i:
2. schiffman′ H.R。 (1976)sensatil,w]1』
ntt An lntegr〔 ftteご
Apprcach. Now York:
」Ohn
ypttr:::[1°
31 snodgrass et al (1985)Huntan EI:][imEI[:き
pSyCh° °gy New Yc)rl■
New oxfOrd univer
・
。
4。 wOssels′ M.ё . (1982)。 こ
cOgniti::2iSICt:き
PublisheFS′ Inco pp.
:gy
Harper & RaW.
5。 Kothurkar N.K。
(1985)About Loarning and MemOry New De■ hi
Wiley EaStern Ltd.
6. Glass′ A.L. ′ Holy6ak′ K。 」 。 santa J◆ L。
(1980)― cOgnitiOn and
Reading AddisOn _ wesleyo pp 391-440
71 Hilgard and BOwer (1982)Theories Of Learning′
Prentice Halle
Now Delhi
8' Gupta, M's' (1984) - psychorogy cf Engineiiri-ng creativity
New Delhi, Cosmo publicationsl
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2.pAPER
′
iI :y
l_. The b:-,:rr-,gicaJ. l:asis of nrotlvation : studies on instincts
brairr stimulaiic,n studies.
2. Emoticns i6 rr:Iar{-lon to motivat.ion - Adaptatlon * Stress
l{."_ "-
u2riJ1q{-a[_iN!._383FgN^
anr:l
arousal
3.. optj.mai rever theorles of .,rotivaticn - their applicaticns.
4. Field - Cognitive * Consistc--nc| ancl Attribution theories ot
motivati_on.
5. Humanisti-c ap;-.rroach:s to rnor:ivatiOn.
6" Persr:nality - Historical- p,.lrspectives -- Concepts and terr;lrtnc:
*
Iogy
Major colnponents cf p,trsorrality thcory.
. Bj.orog:Lcar/genetic bases
o F personarity *. contributions of
Sheldon, Kreshmer errd Eysenck.
B. The classical psychoanalytic theory - Recent clevelo^oraents.
9. Eastcrn concept-s of personal-i-ty.
10. The Rogerian phenomenoroglcal vj-ew of person .- th.e hurnal
'7
potential
nrovernent.
1l-. Cognit:.ve theory of pcrsurnality .- Major cc,nccpts.
12. Ttre exj-stc.,nciaI approach tc 1:-e:r:lr-:'nality.
13" Trait a.nci faetoriai .-rpprc:ch r-*o pi-.r-scna1-j-ty - Contributior..,
of hllport, Catteil :nd Eyscncic.
L4" Behaviourar approach tc', pcrsc.lal-i-ty ancl pcrson;rrity ch.:;re:,
Books for ilefercncc
1. Arkes, H R & Garske, J.l,
z
(1977) : trsycholoEicaI Theorics ,:f
I'totivation, Mcnttery.
C/a ;Brooks/Cole.
2. Buck, R (1988 :
Human Motivation and Ernotion.
New York . :hn l'r'iley & S<.rn:.
(2nd
Edn)
3. Pervin, Lr.l. (1984) : Personality - Theory and R;search
( 4th ed. ) New York, N.Y : John T,rIiIey
4. HaII,CS & Lj.ndzey, G (1978) ; Ttreories of Personality (3rci eo)
New Delhi .- Wiley Eastern.
5. Gatchel, R J anci Mears, F.G. : Personality: ftreory Assessment
and Rescarch, lI.Y.St. Martins.
PAPER II工 _ EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
L. EXPERfMENTAL SCCIAL PSYCHOi-,OGY: I4ethodology,
Issues and
Problems - Field methods - Innovative approaches.
2.
: Pettern & information integrat.i-on in
social percepti(n - i.ttributic,n - theoretical nrociels - (Hei,.icr,
Jones. and Davis, KaIley)
" i.ttribution for achiev'=rnent; s,ccialccontqxt cf attributicn r
Indian Expr-:'f i*ant aI stucii-'5 .
3. ATTITUDE OLrfNI(l,N: Fori,ration ancl change - Thcoretic:rl modcls
cor;niti tc iissonance -t persuasj.an * cognitrve response apnroacl-'
Attitucl: - Behavicur Models
contd. . . .3
SOCI.\L, i)EI1CEPTIOI\I
3Interpersonal
: Affiliation'
- stages .- factors - experimental Stuctj-es - theor i;s AGGRi:;SION : Experimcntal stuc;ie,s .- viclence - Scciai l-::rnr,pg
in i,ggr=.ssion --MoCelIing and ttcdj-a Effects - Ernpericai stuciie's.
ALTRUISI4 Ai{D r;|IOSCCIAL IIEH,\Vf OUR: Helping behaviour - work cf
Latane., Darlelz, l,lilgram - Ernergencies and by Sta'nder int..ervi,iit-ion
CQMILf,ANCE ANID OBEDfENCE ; t4ilgram Experiments - Conformit;
and inclepen<lence classical and recont Studlcs - situation,-'lf ,rctors.
INTBRPEITSON:\L P.EITATIONSHIP
4。
attraction
5。
6.
7`
B.
ETi.tICl,L t'.iotsLEi:ti OF EXlERIM.rilJ?z\TIOi{
Bookf for Ruference
ir: sc--cial iSycholoqry.
B
E"G. :. Sc.:eial Psychclogy and contempor?ry society
N;y. raliley
, !!e-Handbook of Social'Psvch'-:-i
?.,G.Lindzt-,y & E.Aronson (1988)
(3rd Ed.) Nevr York: Ranclom,lloust:
1.
Sampson
ヽフ
'
3. Aj:-t K.DaIaI. : r\ttributj-on .n*"r?,.31ur3:::;I"iiuT"* Deliti (198?) : Soci.el Fsychology (;'-:'c::
Pr.:ntice Hal-l r llew Delhi.
5. Wj-IIiam D. Cran & Irawrence ,:i. Misse (1 82) : Sccial Psychcl';-r'
Illincis: DorseY Prcss
6. Nilgram S (1.974) : Obe<lience to authority: New York, Herpp*
4. Rob,:rt r\. Baron,
Donn Byrne
& ilew.
7 . Sinha, D ; PsychologY in the thirci vrorlcl country - Sag:.
j
B . Penrod. S : Social Psychol - g'y id. : trrentisc HaII "
Iv
:_PSYCFIoLoGICAIj MIAS::1EI'4ENT
MOASUIEIqENT OF HUMAII BEH;ffIOUR : Methods
gl]iEER
-
for scaling stj-mu,l.-iar:'''
Detcrminj-stic
'scaling
for
Scaling responscs - Mcdels
persons.
and
beh;.:viour
proUability moclels for scaling
2. QUITNTIFIC?rTIO}IT : Concepts - Interrsity - Fr:quency - r?ati<: I r'::'-x
numbers - System of sccring.
:i
3. RELIABfLITY OF I,IEi,TSUREMEIS? OF HUMI'.I\T ir'ESPOIISES: Assesment
Sou::c-s
pactors
measurement
of
in reliability
Reliability of un-reliabilitY.
4. VALIDITf I Sources of date on validity - Issue5 coneilrnlnil
validj-ty.
5. THEORY OF i'IEASUi?EMENT E?I"-OR
to test cons--'lr:'*'
b. TEST COI{ISTRUCTIOI$.: Criterior orienteO approaeh
of po\I-jl
concepts
ction - Norms - Un:Lpclar and 3ipolar items and sp,,ed - wei-ghtcd items;
7. STI?UCTU"E;..o.Ir SCo-rrES : Faetor analysis - General Group ancl
homogencus factors
- -'{ork of
B. MtrASIJl?Ei.iEl{T Of' ^F;BILITIES : Historical Fer-spective
Thurston, Tclrnlan, Guil-fclrd =. St-ructure of Intellect model'
g. MEzISU ,EI1'aNT Op irE?sot{nLITY TTAITS: I<lcc,qrac,hic and nomothcti-c
mcthods
theori.-s - ScIf Inventorie- Systematic observational measur's
Ihysiological
rating inethod - proj.:ctive techniqucs of persoi:al-tty traiis - Personatity traits in percept-ton and
judgement - Othcr methoris.
contd. . . .4
1.
│
-410. MEASUREMENl「 Ori StNTIMEl,TS′ INTERESTS′ VALUES 『、ND ATTIT11)〕 鳥
Somalltic D■ fferenti亀 l scalo ― の _ sort.
11. OTHER ISSilSS卜 lE〕 TT TECHNIc ES, InterviOw .cOntent ana10s±
8 case Stlldy.
12. coNTINGENTヽ ヽ ■IABLES IIJ MEAsuREMENT : Effects Of speed
‐
guessing … carelessness and cOnfusion
― RespOnse style.
13. TESTINC i、 CRCSS Cじ lJTuRESt llest taking att■ tudes ― Tester
bttas anc Oxpectancy.
14。 NoN― TEST METHoDS IN rtssESSMENT OF ABI「
」ITIES: ApplicatiOn Of
Reaction time and other exl)erimental data.
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1
15。 REt‐ 0■ tTING TLST RESULTS, Norms
Ccl■mun■ cation and application
16。
― prOfiles ttntorpretation
of test data.
―
PROFE5S工 ONI:、 L ■lTD ETHICA「 」 ISSUES : in PsychO■ Ogica■ testinσ
and in usO Of test results.
Books for Reforence:
1.
2.
3.
4.
I'Iunnallyo .7.C. : Psirchometric Theory - N.y." I Mc-Graw HilI.
Guilford, J.F. ; Psychcmetrj.c Methods -- iil.Y; Mc-Gravi HtrLL.
An;rstasi" A : Psychological Testing * ll.Y : Mac MiIIan
A.p.irssocj-aticn Standarcls'for pcyr:hologlcal and Educational
I,leasurement," l,.Iashington: A.F.,;',.
5. Nunnal-Iy, .j,C. : Introduction to Psychological Measurement
N.y: I{tiley.
PRACTttCAL
― エ
ogy & Tosting
The student llcquires skills (a)in the manipulation o:[
erlvironmental (stirilulus)conditions to induce predictod Chang_―
OBJECTIVI」 S : ExpOrimontal Psycho■
s
in thc behavttour cf the subjoct in the laboratOry set up′
(b)in a(1lFliFliStrat■ oI■ of prescr■ bod PsyChOlogical tests′
and
interprOcation of tho scores obtained wttth referonco to thc pllr,oSe
ott tosting andi(c)ramiliarity with the psychophysュ cal mOthOds
with specified designs of experttmcnts.
二
―
λbsolute Threshold
1. Mothod of limits for
2。 Method of Constant Stirttuli for Difforential Threshold
3. Mothod of F、 veragtt Error ―
―
4. Mcthod of Paired Comparttson
―
5。 Mothod (〕 f Ranking
―
Ql… 三に」吾墜型22E
6。
7。
8。
Randcm」 zed croups DeSign
Randomized Block Design
Factonal DeSign.
Th(〕
abDve psychophysical methodS and experimental designs
1.earning′
will bc Stuこ liod through expeL iments in porception′
uding aesthetic prefer…
memory′ React■ on timt 3nd Motivation inc■
enceS arld soCial proc13sses.
contc.I. . .5
■nd
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WAIS
10. Draw― a― Man Tこ st
ll. Progross■ ve Matrices (St3ndard)
曇rt・ tudじ _Tosting:
IE Irontttc■
l Aptitude Te:ヒ
12。 Di■
13。
' │ '
.
λrt
and D12sign
」udgerPent
TeStS of lnterests and Values:
Non Lanc」 uago Preforence ReCord (NLPR)
15。 Stuc‐iy Habits lnventory (S31)
16. Locus of Control (L C)
ory (卜NA工
17。 Achievement Value Anxiety ttnvenヒ
183 Sixteen Personality FaCtors Test (16 PF)
19。 Californl.a Psychologicil ttnvontory (CPI)
20. 工ncomplete Serltences Blanl・ 1(I S B )
F 3)
21. Edwards Personal prcferonc(i Schedule (E
「
22. Bender ― Costal Test ( TA T)
23. Thernatic AppOrceptilln T(3st (TA T)
24. Pictur` 1, r` rustration Test
― Shortscale
25. Greativity
26。 Rttgidity in problem solving (Luchins)
― trrlbeddod rigures Test
27。 Cognitive Styles
14。
)
.
14。
1lAPER V
1.
2.
3.
+.
5"
6.
―
R)
`GY (SECOND YElヽ
ICS AND ′lD」USNゝENT PROCESS
Ao PSYCHOI」
FSYCHODYNト エ
Ccncepts - psychodynamic - humanistic - behaviorl:
istic exlstential. sccial- learning, transperscnal.
(a) ADJUSTPIEN'r: in chilohood - adolescenee & adulthood
(b) I,DJUSTMENT: in interpersonal & Social aspects adju:t-iv'
demancls and stress.
changing
CFG'LLENGES TO ADJUSTI"IEIdT: With.rn the :-ndividual
roleS - technology - resources - societlr typcs of stress(r-l:s
psysi-ological cognj-tive psychologj-caI - reacti ons to st--:1'':.s-..
BFFECTIVE I,D]USTMEIIT; Health - attitude & coping resourcesi
copj-ng with stressors * coping vrith reaetj.ons to stress
stress f,:r personal growth
MALADJUSTI.{EN?: (.:) Concept of abnormal behaviour - biologiciri
soci-ocultural persp':ctive s. (b) ..''pproaches - medlcal motlr:I 'psychodynarLic model .- behavicuristic modeI - humanistj-c existentiai model - transperscnai model - DSI'1 cla.<sj.ficaticri.
,.'.DJUSTMENT:
F,SYCFIOIJOGICAI, F,],CTOIIS
Ii] ,.EYSICAL TLLI{ESS:
.TrT.itONOMiC CXCCSS
and tissuc Camage -- psyctrosocial fact-ors and imraune system x psychogenic pfrysiclf r.l.i ::)Ese .. etiological consiclcrations.
7 . C?i,SUAL FACTORS f ii MiriJADhPTIVE BIiFU\VIOUR: ( a) Perspectives cn
reinforcinq :'
causationi primary, precisposing, precipitating,
ccntu. . " .6
-7'
- 6 …
feedback & d」 _athOsis .・ stre3s.:(b)B■ ologidal faetOrsl genctl■ c ―
const」、tutiOnal_― brattn dysfllriヽ ti cr、 (, rlhYSi C■ l depriVC・ ■lons.
・
・ cmctiontll
(C)P sycl.o三 Oci al fnctO■ き : c■ ら litttOn ― motttvation ・
Qoprivation。
8. PATTER「 3 0F F、3NORMF、 L/MALF=Dλ l)TIVE BEHiV工 OUR:
― samatc)上 or'1
(a)入 nxiety bこ ts(〕 d disordors ― anxiety disorders
d■ sc)rdors & d■ s sl:)cintive ttisordOrs.
‐ schiZophronic disOrders & paran ill
・
(b)Psychotic disOrders
disOrders.
'(c)Affoctive orc」 anic & personalitv disorders.
―
9. D=ACNOSTIC LABELttNG: Labeling
・ consequencos
― increasing
― Human」 _sm and the condept of abn`⊃ rmility―
pr。・,sOcial behnviour
・
― econornic and demograph■ c
bchavioural setting: political
perspectiv‐ ls。
10。 ASSESSMENT & EVfiLUATION: Biological
― behavioural.―
sc)cial
prOcedurese
l.1. MENTAL 貞電ALTH: Conccpt
… approachos: organiё
psychodynaⅡ lic `,
・ OmOtiOnal
・
cognitive ‐
― psycllomet■ ―
・ personality
ic approach.
=⊃
,oks for References:
L. Bruno, F.J. (1975)
icljustment. & irersonal GroWth ‐‐ Scvell
pathways, NoYF 」ohn Wiley.
2. Carson, R.C. Butcher, J.til.r-:Coleman, J.C" 19BB ) : Abnorniai
I-'sychology and Modcrn Life (Bth ecl. Scott , Forc si:i:rit J: ll - .
Human
3. Colcman′
C。 14orris′ coc。 & Glaros′ A.G。
1」 。
Psychology & EffeCtiv、 ]BchinViour (6th
&
4. Kaplan′ 二。s。 & Stoin.」 (1984) : Psychology
Wordswcrth publ■ shing CO.
(1974).8 COntじ Π IPrノ
od.)Scott & For,s■
■n
Co.
lr`
`〕
c,f
λdjllstmerlt
Rqthus′ s.「 、. & Navid′ Jos。 (1983) : rid」 ustment and crOwth
N.Yo Holt′ Rinohard & lrinstOn.
6. U l lnla nI′ L。 11。 and KraSner′ L (1975): A Psychological Apprcacl■
「、
bnorrュ l BOhaviぃ 1lr. Prentice Hall′ NoW 」erscy。
7. Wolman B,‐ 3。 (1965) 3 Handibook Of clttnical lsychO10gy
N.Y.14CCraw Hille
5.
11AFER VI
1
―
CROSS CUl′ TUit.:` ,L
I‐
3YCHOLOGY
. Gcneral ?sychological tli,r':r.ies :rr':d cross-cultural
2.
3.
4.
⊃.
to
formul,.tt
i(.i-::.,
"
cul-turc and tsehavi-our probrem of comparisons _ univ:rsars an.
equiv.elance - omic anci et:Lc strategiy, their applic;-rticn
I'roblems cf sampling an0 mcrsureme]lt in cross+cultur,rl rcs:a:,-: r"
Psychological differentation: IIarIy.wcrk ancl current ft-'.riin.--l.t- i-,ils"
Cognitic:n j-n eross-cultural ccrrtext: Studics of j.ntcllcctu.:r1
functicning, mcmory ancl imagery. iiaget j-n r:ross-curtui;i-]perspective.
6. Thought pi'ocijssrjs: Classificati,;-rn b;travicu:- :nd prcblem ::-,.rr,,__r.il
'l . ?r:stini,
"l.nc- assassment acr.jss cuitr.ir,-s: Issu:s j-n the C.---,,ii.,.i-:1.. ,i..,:
stuCy c,f ccgnitivc abiliti:s.
Current ::n(l r,,-levant res.tri:crj
ai-.'proaches.
conti...7
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―
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5. Instructor operated and self administered Iearning -- conrput.:::
Assisted Instruction = Theo-:eti.:aI l,,ir_rclels :ind issues.
\
PART III
Porsonality_ReS`larch F
l. ]4cthodo]_ogical dovcloPments ttn l'ersonality ReSearch。
2。 personality Sし ructtlre aild へssessment.
3。
personality ― Montal and physical hoalth imp■ ications
psychosometic illness ― cross cl■ ltura■ perspectivoS.
・‐
PART IV
Group an堡 _Inte二 2.rSOnal… ⊇ehaV■ Our:
1。 NeW ViStas
■n interporsorlal porception′
attribuし ion
ovaluation and judgoinont。
2. Theorics in intoraction and exchance.
3. Social Roles arld Rolo bohav■ our ‐ Farllttly and occupat lorlこ
4.
Role。
― solf ―
ェdeFltity formation
― Indian Rescarch.
■dontitios
PART
group
―
communal
―
、
ration31
ヽフ
― socttoculし 1)」 l
1. Psychology in assessment and measuremcnt
aspocts.
2. Crowth of clttnical′ school ant counsclling psychology
in ttndia.
‐ Indian DeVo10PmentS
・
3. Interdesciplinary perspoctives
・
4。
The T摯 1■ rd World country perspt)ctive in Psychology.
Books for Reference=
1. DoSinha
2.
」
.Pandey
: PSyChO10gy in a Third World
Country′ NcW Dolh土 : sage.
8 :Ey:l:l民
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: Learning Foundations of BChaV主
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: BChaviour Modittication′
Noy.ACademic
DoCkens′ Will土 -3m S。 工II EdSo
6. Tennant′ Mark
: PSychology oLL Adult Lcarning′
Londono Routledge.
F λdult Loarning Londorl′ :「 ■ley
7. HOwe′ MiChael 」 .A.Edo
FcstSChrttft fOr
8. Duncan′ Carl P.Etal
: Human Memcry′
BOnton 」 . undOrwood′ No Y o Aplpl et(DI二
l). Bel■ ′ Vttrginia Lea
10. ESteS′ W.K.Ed.
11. Cattell i R.B。 &
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METHODOLOGY
PAPER II `'RESEARCII
PSYCHOLOGICA[」 'RESEARCH
PART I
I ..^..-^-^L in +
the s:t-udY of
Approach
ic
Scj-entif
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B ehaviour =-
Behavioural
variab}es-stimu.}usvariables:.o].ganlsmicvariables-Tac,
- Constructs - ilobservalbe
Discrete * cotrtj-nuolis variables
Research anci
oi oes:-gn
and intervening variabres - concept
Method in gs63'vir*:'rr
Experiments -, interdependence of Lfreory and
Research
* the
The sample
'-u.t survey - Field Study
'2. Research Sett'ings:cfinicJi
institutional and orgatr1i'-;
r-,, Idboratory-*--a#
"p
ti"""r "gL up,- scope and problems'
Sets - Relations, varj--ance
Probability - sampling & Randomness
ts ls j.c iippf oac-r - ,;-' '
5。
Statistics in Behaviour Research - purpose
Error
6. Testing Hypotheses '- St'andard
i'nalysis , Coi:relatecl Gj:'.;:'
i . Anaivsis of varianee -' Factorlal
Xon-parametric iinalysis of variance '
3.
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PART II工
― Meaning purpoSe and
8. DeSign of ReSearch
Of DeSign ― COnceptual FoundatiOns.
― correlated c」 roupS◆
9。 RandOmiZed grOups
10.
11.
12。
13。
p.:inciPles - eriteri:
Ex Post Facto Res:arch
* FieId St'udies'
LalroratorY trxPeriments' Fie'l d Experiments
SurveY Researcli
FounciatiOns of MeaSurolTlerlt
I,leasuremcnt in Bchaviour Studics
scaling'
l.r.fs of measureraent anr]
Of Reliability.
14. R.eliability of merasurement - 1'heory
validity.
i5. Validity - A variance defj-nition of
PART IV
schedu'les
16. Intervit:w ano Intervj-eul
L1 . Objeetive Tcsts arrcl Scales
18. Projective Methocs'
Investigation
1q. Content analysis in Psychological
l"iethods
20 . Systematic Observatj-on
Stuciles"
2L" Semantic Differential i-n Behaviour
:l:i-Y
Analysis cf v'erj'ance
22. Multiple Regression i''nalysis ?3. Other Multivariate Methods
zti. Factor AnalYsis
25 " The Researchr RePort
in Behaviour Research"
26. SociaI "' Ethical' Consiclcrations
contd'' ' ' 4
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3. Festinger L & Katz D
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SOFrner R & SOrrmor B.B.
Chosh BoN
EQ=ards′ A.L.
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; )unlation ot Bi )aviourai qesea.- ..lJew Delhi : Surjeeth,
; Experim.-:ntai Desigrr in B'ehaviou- - i
Research - New Delhi , inliley
: Research Uethods in Beiravi-oural
S -riences .. New De lhi
: .,\merind .
: Behaviour Analysis - prerrti.je Haii
i The )(rsign of Soci-al Resqarch
Chicago: Universit:/.
: 11 Practical Guide to Bchaviour
R(jscarch 3 fT,y "Oxford.
: Scientific },lethod and Social l?csclr :h
New De lhi i St:rrIing.
Xxpcrir.,ental Drsign in psychologj-cal
Rcs,]a::ch : l.I. Y .l-lort Rhinchart .
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