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LTNIvERSITY oF CALICLTI
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DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
The department is a reputed institution, the f,rrst one of its kind in Malabar,
with a history of 30 years. Dr. M.A. Faroqi, the well-known national expert in the
field, was the founding Professor. He was the editor of the international journal
psychological Studies which was published from the Department till he retired in
1995. Dr. P.N.O. Tharakan and Dr. C.B.Asha (Professors)
and
Sri.K. Kunhikrishnan and Dr. J.Baby (Readers) were the other teachers who
served the Department. All of them have made significant contributions in their
respective specialised areas and with their serious, sincere and insightful efforts,
the departrnent has become more academically enriched and socially committed.
The department with a well-equipped library and laboratory runs three academic
courses: M.Sc., M.Phil and
Ph.D. From 2008
onwards, M'Sc' course is
restructured with a choice-based credit semester progralnme.
The department offers the following specialisations for M.Sc. Applied
Psychology:
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Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Guidance and Counselling Psychology
Organisational Behaviour
Criminology & Forensic Psychology.
Schools of Psychology
Educational Psychology
Applied Paediatric PsYchologY
Human Resource Management
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Faculty Members
Name
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Dr. Anita
Designation
Ravindran Professor
eualification
M.Sc.,
Areas of interest
ph.D. clinical
psychology/
Neuropsychology
2.
Dr.
3.
Dr. T.
c.
Jayan
Sasidharan
Professor
M.A.,
ph.D.
Reader &
M.A., M.Ed.,
ph.D.
Head
4. Dr. P.A. Baby Shari Sr. Lecturer M.A., B.Ed.,
ph.D.
organisational Behaviour,
Criminology & Forensic
Psychology, Social
Psychology
Educational psychology,
Schools of psychology
Health psychology,
paediatric psychology,
Human Resource
Development
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SCHEME OF M.SC. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
(From 2008 admission onwards)
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Name
No.
1.1
Psy. 1.2
Psy. 1.3
Psy. 1.4
Psy.
Semester
Systems and Theories
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Neuro PsychologY
Psychometrics
Practical
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Total
Notes:
Core/Elective Credits
Core
Core
Core
Core
4
4
4
4
,
T6
1. No. of additional papers that can be studied by students: Nil
2. Compulsory audited courses (without any credit) for students who did
not study Psychology as a main subject for the Bacherlor's degree:
Psy. l.Audited. I : General Psychology
Psy. l.Audited.2: Social Psychology
Psy. LAudited.3 : Developmental Psychology
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II
No.
Semester
Core/Elective Credits
Name
Psy.2.l
Systems and Theories
Psy.2.2
- II
Core
4
Applied Psychology: An Introduction
Core
4
Psy.2.3
Research Methodology
Core
4
Psy.2.4
Practical
- II
Core
4
Psy. z.J
Elective
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Optional
4
Total
Choic.'" for Elective
No.
20
I
Name of the Paper
Name of the Teacher
Psy.2.5.1
Behaviour Disorders
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Psy.2.5.2
Organisational
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.2.5.3.
Criminology
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.2.5.4.
Introduction to Classical
Psychoanalysis
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.2.5.5.
Fundamentals of Educational
Psychology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.2.5.6.
Pediatric Psychology - Assessment
Exceptional Children
Psy.2.5.7.
Or
garuattonal
E
B
ehaviour
ffectivenes s
Note: No. of additional papers that
studied by students
of
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
can be
ONE (Four Credits)
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III
Semester
Core/Elective Credits
Name
No.
Psy.3.l
Counselling
Core
4
Psy.3.2
Health Psychology
Core
4
Psy.3.3
Current Tends in Psychology
Core
4
Psy.3.4
Field Work (Practical
Core
4
Psy.3.5
Elective
Optional
4
II!
- II
20
Total
Choices for Elective
II
Name of the Teacher
Name of the Paper
No.
Psy.3.5.1
Consulting & Clinical Psychology
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Psy.3.r.2
Industrial Management
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.3.5.3.
Forensic Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.3.5.4.
Perspectives in Educational Psychology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.3.5.5.
Clinical Paediatrics Psychology
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy. 3.5.6.
garuzational D evel opment
Techniques & Interventions
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Or
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Note: No. of additional papers that can be
studied by students
ONE (Four Credits)
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IV
No.
Semester
Core/Elective Credits
Name
Psy.4.l
Dissertation
Psy.4.2
Elective
Psy.4.3
Elective
& Internship
Core
8
- III
Optional
4
- IV
Optional
4
Total
Choices for Electives
No.
l6
III & IV
Name of the Paper
Psy.4.2 &3.1
Name of the Teacher
Guidance & Counselling
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Human Resource Management
Dr. C. Jayan
Forensic Clinical Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan
Behaviour Modification
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.4.2 &3.5
Industrial Clinical Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan &
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy.4.2 & 3.6
Psychoanalysis
Psy.4.2 &,3.7
Psychological Interventions in
Education
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.4.2 & 3.8
Behavioural Therapies
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy.4.2 &3.9
Psychology in Medical Setting
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy. 4.2
&
3.2
Psy.4.2 &3.3
Psy. 4.2
& 3.4
& Psychopathology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Note: No. of additional papers that can be
selected by students
Two (Eight Credits)
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M.Sc. APPLIE,D PSLCffOLOG\a
CHOICE-BASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
(from 2008 admission onwards)
SYLLABUS FOR FIRST SEMESTER
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SCHEME OF M.Sc. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
(From 2008 admission onwards)
I Semester
No.
1.1
Psy. 1.2
Psy. 1.3
Psy. 1.4
Psy.
Name
Systems and Theories
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Neuro Psychology
Psychometrics
Practical
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Total
Notes:
did
Core/Elective Credits
Core
Core
Core
Core
4
4
4
4
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l. No. of additional papers that can be studied by students: Nil
2. Compulsory audited courses (without any credit) for students who
not study Psychology as a main subject for the Bacherlor's degree:
Psy. l.Audited. I : General psychology
Psy. I .Aud ited.2: Social psychology
Psy. l.Audited.3 : Developmental psychology
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SYSTEMS AND THEORIES-I
No:
Psy.1.1.
Semester:
One.
Core
Paper
Credits:
4
UNIT.I. MOTIVATION:
Concept; Early Theoretical Approaches-Attribution, Mechanistic, Field,
Consistency Theories; Cross-Cultural Approach to Social MotivesAchievement, Aggression.
UNIT.II. EMOTION:
Concept; Components-Physiological, Expressive and Cognitive;
Theoretical Approaches- cognitive and Activation-Arousal.
UNIT-III. PERSONALITY:
Concept and Major approaches. Theories-Adler, Sullivan,
Lazarus.
Objecf Relation theory, Existential psychoanalysis. Personality and
Health.
UNIT.IV. ORIENTAL PERSPECTIVES ON PERSONALITY.
Personal Growth- Upanishad-Bhagavat Gita and Budhism.
REFERENCES.
l. Arkes, H.R.& Garske, J.P(1977). Psychological Theories of Motivation.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Monterey: Brooks Cole.
Eugler,B.(2006). Personality Theories (7tt' Ed).NY: Houghton Miff,rn
Co.
Monte,C.F(1980) Beneath the Mask: An Introduction to theory of
personality.NY:Reinhart and Winston.
Mischel* . Introduction to Personality(6$ Ed) NY:John Wiley.
Pervin & John.(2001). Personality Theory and Research. (86 Ed)-NY:
John Wiley.
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Psy.1.2.
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
Semester: One.
Core
Paper.
Credits: 4
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Historical background ofNeuropsychology
1.2. Areas ofNeuropsychology
1.3. Research Studies of the 19h Century.
1.4. Techniques ofNeuropsychological testing.
UNIT II. ANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL ORGANISATIONS
2.1. The frontal lobe: Specific functions of frontal lobe, prefrontal/cortex,
Broca's area, Orbital centre, lateralization in the frontal lobe Intelligence
2.2.
and frontal lobe.
The temporal lobe: Specific functions of temporal lobe; audition, vision,
language, attention, memory and personality.
2.3. The parietal lobe: specific functions of parietal lobe, somatosensory
perceptions, tactile perception and body sense, language and spatiil
orientation, short-term memory and parietal lobe.
2.4. The occipital lobe: Anatomical divisions, basic visual functions and
visuo -percepfual functions.
UNIT III: THE LIMBIC SYSTEM
3.1. Hypothalamus: Laterar and ventromediar nucleus-Hunger, thirst,
pleasure and reward, and aversion.
3.2.
Amygdala: Medial and later
all
nuclei-Attention, Fear, Rage,
Aggression, Emotional language and the Amygdala, the limbic system
and testosterone, sexual orientation and heterosexual device, the
homosexual limbic system.
Hippocampus: Arousal, Attention and Inhibition, Learning and
Memory.
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UNIT IV: HEMISPHERIC ASYMMETRY
4'l Individual variation in anatomical [email protected] differences and
Environmental effects.
4'2 Concept of cerebral dominance: Visual, visuospatial, tactile and auditory
perception, language and memory.
4.3 Agencies of the Corpus Callosum.
4.4 Functional asymmetry in Normal subjects.
REFERENCES
1.
2.
3.
4.
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walsh,K.(1994). Neuropsychology
(Lt), London: churchill
Livingstone, Edinburgh.
Schneider, M.& Tarshes, B. (19g6). Introduction to physiological
Psychology, New york: Random House.
Kolb & whishaw. Neuropsychology (4th ed), New york: Freeman
&
Company.
Rhawn Joseph (1996). Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry and
clinical Neuroscience. williams and wilkins, London.
John c. Mazziotta (2000). Brain Mapping: Tire Systems. Frackowak:
Academic press.
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PSYCHOMETRICS
Semester:One. Core Paper .
Credits:4
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
a) concept or psychorogi.url*D^*:fr:iI"
b) The subject-centred, stimulus-centred and response approaches.
c) Four types of measurement scales: Nominal, Ordinal, Interval
and
ratio.
d) Methods of ordinal, interval and ratio estimation.
e) Thurston's principle of comparative judgment.
UNIT II .INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING
a) History of intelligence testing
b) Assessment of judgments: Characteristics and famous tests
assessment
of
for the
intelligence, specific abilities, aptitude and
achievement.
c) Assessment of sentiments: Characteristics and famous tests for the
assessment of personality, interest and attitude-scaling techniques of
Likert, Thurstone and Guttrnan.
d) Ethical and cross-cultural issues in testing
UNIT
III: RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY
a)
b)
Concept of true score and measurement error-sources of error
theory of measurement error-concept of reliability coefficientdifferent types of reliability and methods of assessment.
Concept of validity-content, construct and criterion-related
validity-convergent and discrim validity.
UNIT IV: TEST CONSTRUCTION.
a) Criteria of good psychological tests
b) Stages of test construction-planning, item-writing, item analysis,
c)
Reliability, validity, norns, publication.
Bias in testing and assessment.
REFERENCES
l. Anastasi, A. & Urbina, S.(1988) Psychological testing, Prentice-Hall,
Intemational Inc.
2. Nunnally, J.C.(1978) Psychometric Theory. New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw-
HilI
3. Rust,J.&Golombok,S.(1989) Modern psychometrics. London: Rutledge.
4. Torgerson, W.S.(I958) Theory and methods of scaling New yourk: John
wiley &
sons.
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PRACTICALS
No.Psy.1.4.
Semester:
l.
practical
paper
credits: 4
Psychophvsical Experiments
l. Method of Limits in Absolute Threshold_Two point.
2. Method of Limits in Differential Threshold-Length of Lines.
3. Method of Constant Stimuli for Differential Threshold-Weight
Discrimination.
4. Method of Average Error-Brightness Discrimination.
5.Maze Learning.
Psychometric Tests
l.Intelligence Tests
6. APM-Advanced progressive Matrices.
7. MISIC-Malin's Intelligence scale for Indian children.
8. WAPIS/WAIS
9. Binnet Kamath Intelligence Tests.
lI. Ne uro-Psyc hological
Tests
BGT- Bender Gestalt Test.
I l. WMs-Wechsler Memory Scale.
12. Stroop Color Word Test.
13. BVAT- Benzen's Visual Attention Test.
14. LNNB- Luria Nembroka Neuro-psychology Battery.
10.
lll. Aptitude Tests
15.
DAT- Differential Aptitude Test.
lY. Personality
Tests.
6. EPPS-Edwards Personal preference S chedule.
17. 16PF- I 6 Personality Factor euestionnaire.
I 8. CPl-California psychological Inventory.
19. Picture Frustration Test.
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Y. Creativity
20.Wallach & Kogan Tests for creative Thinking Abilities- An Indian
Adaptation.
VI. Cognitive Tests.
21. Problem Solving.
22. EFT-The Embedded Figures Tests.
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GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy.l.
Audited.l.
Semester:One.
Audited paper
Credits:Nil.
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION
Definition and areas
of Psychology: Branches of Psychology
Approaches to study Psychological Process- Biological,
Psychodynamic, Behaviorist, Cognitive, Humanistic- Methods:
Experimental, Observation, Field Study, Questionnaire and Case study.
UNIT II. BIOLOGICAL BASES OF BEHAVIOR
The Nervous System- its basic structure and functions- The Neuron-The
Central Nervous system-Brain-Spinal cord-Peripheral Nervous systemits division; the Cerebral Hemispheres; Endocrine glands; Heredity and
Behavior-Consciousness-levels and physiological basis-BiofeedbackBrain & Behavior.
UNIT III. SENSORY.PERCEPTUAL PROCESSES
Visual, Auditory and other senses-structure and functions-lllusionSocial Perception. Perceptual Organisation :Determinants of Perception ;
Form, Space and Depth Perception. Attentional processes- Selective and
Sustained attention .Attention and vigilance.
UNIT IV. COGNITIVE PROCESS-LEARNING
Classical and Operant Conditioning; Basic processes: Extinction,
Spontaneous recovery, Generalization and Discrimination;
Reinforcement schedules; Verbal learning. Cognition in learning;
Motivational and Cognitive influences on learning; Observational
learning .Transfer of learning.Physiological basis of learning.
UNIT V. RETENTION AND RETRIEVAL PROCESS.
Encoding, storage and retrieval processes: Sensory, Short-term and
long-term memories: Mnemonics.Constmctive memory: Forgetting:
Decay, interference, retrieval failure. Motivated Forgetting and Amnesia
.Techniques to improve Retention and Retrieval Process.
UNIT VI. MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
Nature of Motivation-Classification of motives-The need hierarchy
model - Techniques of assessment of motivation .Motivation and
Learning-Emotion Nature of emotion- Physiological correlates of
emotion-Measurement of emotion. Major Theories of emotion.
UNIT VII. INTELLIGENCE
Definition-Nature-NatureA.,lurture contribution. Theories of Intelligence:
Classical- Thurstone, Spearman, Gardner-Three dimensional modelMeasuring Intelligence. Evolution of IQ test .Types of tests- verbal, nonverbal, and performance. Group and individual tests Emotional
intelligence. Other techniques of measurement.
UNIT VIII. HIGHER COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS.
Basic thought process; concepts, schemas, imagery and cognitive maps
.Languages. Basic Psycholinguistic.Inductive and deductive reasoningImagery and Creativity .Problem solving.
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UNIT IX. PERSONALITY: NATURE AND DEFINITION
Approaches- The psychoanalytic approach-Humanistic approach- Trait
and Type approaches .Biological and socio cultural determinantsTechniques of assessment self report test of personality .Projective
measures of personality-Other measures: Behavioral ObservationsInterviews.
UNIT X. CONSCIOUS BEHAVIOR
States of Consciousness: Day dreaming, sleep and dreaming: Extended
states
conciousness; Hypnosis, Meditation-Altered States of
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of
Consciousness.
UNIT XI. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY.
Psychology and social Issues-Applications in Education, Environment,
Health.
BOOKS FOR STUDY
Baron R.A.(2002), Psychologt (5'n Ed). India. Pearson Education
Asia.
2. Hilgard. E.R., Atkinson, R.C& Atkinson, R. L.(1990). Introduction
to Psychologt. (7the Ed). New Delhi. Oxford & IBH Publishing
l.
Company.
REFERENCES
l. Zimbardo,P.G& Weber,A.L.(1990) Psychologt New York. Harper
Collins College Publishers.
2. Lefton,L.A. (1985) Psychologt.Boston:Allyn & Bacon.
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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy.I. Audited.2.
Semester:One.
Audited Paper.
Credits:Nil.
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION
Definition, Nature and scope of social psychology-social psychology
and other sciences-Historical background-Methods of social
psychology -Experimental and non-experimental methods and
Research Strategies.
UNIT II. SOCIAL COGNITION
Social Perception-Nature-Characteristics-Determinants ald ErrorsPerson Perception and impression perception-Attribution-theories
and Error-Self perception-Self-concept, Self Esteem, Self
presentation-Theories and models.
UNIT III. INTERPERSONAL ATTRACTION
Origins, Nature and Determinates-Affiliation, Close relationshipBuilding and ending-Varieties in interpersonal attraction.
UNIT IV. PRO-SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
Origins-Varieties-Determinants and
consequences-Ways of
increasing pro-social behavior.
UNIT V. GROUP AND LEADERSHIP
Nature, T1pes, and Functions- Task performance-Social Facilitation
and Social Loafing-Group Decisions-Group conformity-Group
cohesiveness-Group Polarization and Group Think-Leadership:
Definition and functions, Approaches-Trait, Behavioral; Situational,
Interactional, and Contingency Leader effectiveness.
UNIT VI. SOCIAL INTERACTION
Nature, Definition and types-social stimulation-primary and
Secondary Social Influence-Conformity, Compliance and
obedience-Forms of social Interaction: competition, conflict,
Causation, Accommodation, Co-operation, Adjustrnent and
Communication-Mechanisms of Social Interaction-LimitationIdentification, Proj ection, Suggestions-Sympathy-Social Facilitation
and Social Inhibitions.
UNIT VII. COMMUNICATION
Nature. Tlpes and Models-Techniques of effective communication
in groups. Johari Window-Transactional Analysis.
UNIT VIII. AGGRESSION
Nature, Theoretical perspectives-Determinants : Personal, Biological,
and Socio-cultural-Prevention and Control.
UNIT IX. POPULATION AND HEALTH
Psychological factors in population-Factor in birth control-Over
population and Zero population and their effects-Health behaviors:
Stress and Illness Treatment and health Promotion-Well Being.
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UNIT X. ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON BEHAVIOR
The Urban Environment-Noise-Pollution and atmospheric conditions
nad social behavior-The concept of personal space-CrowdingEnvironmental stress and Territoriality-Behaviour in response to
environment problems-Intervention for environment management.
BOOKS FOR STUDY
l. Baron, R.A., Byrne, D. (1998). Social psychology, New York: Prentice
2. Myers, D.G (1994). Exploring Social Psychologt, New York: Mc-Grew
Hill
3.
Feldman, R.S. (1998 )Social Psychologt, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
REFERENCES
1. Augustinas, M,& Walker, I. (1996). Social Cognition: An Integrated
Introduction, New Delhi: Sage Publishers.
2. Kruh. D., Cruthfield R.& Ballachey, I. (1993). Individual in Society,
New Delhi:Hill Intemational Book Company.
3. Schneider, D.J. (1986). Social Psychologt, London: Addison-Wesly
Publishing Company.
4. Semin, G.R., & Fielder, K. (1996), Applied Social Psychologt (Eds),
London: Sage Publishers.
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DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy. l. Audited.3. Semester:one Audited paper. Credits:nil.
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION
Developmental Psychology-Meaning and objectives, The life span,
Significant facts about development: Developmental tasks during
life-span; Methods to study life-span development.
UNIT II. THE PRENATAL PERIOD
How life begins-Maturation, Ovulation, Fertilization; Importance of
Conception, Prenatal Development-Hazards.
UNIT III. INFANCY
Childbirth-Level of development present at birth-Characteristics of
infancy-Major adjustrnents of infancy- Hazards of infancy.
UNIT IV. BABYHOOD
characteristics of Babyhood, Motor development-emotional
behavior in
babyhood, cognitive development, infant
communication, Development in socialization-Hazards in babyhood.
UNIT V. EARLY CHILDHOOD
Characteristics of early childhood-Improvement in speech during
early childhood. cognitive development-Emotions of early
childhood-Socialization in early childhood-Moral development in
early childhood-Sex role typing in early childhood-Family
relationship in early childhood-Hazards in early childhood.
UNIT VI. LATE CHILDHOOD
characteristics of late childhood-Speech improvement in late
childhood-cognitive development in late childhood-Emotional and
emotional expressions in late childhood-Social grouping and social
behavior in late childhood-Moral attitudes and behavior-Sex role
[ping-Pers onality-
Pers
onality changes-Happines
s
in I ate chil dhoo d.
UNIT VII. PUBERTY
characteristics of puberry-criteria of puberty-The puberty growth
spurt-Body changes at puberty-Hazards of puberty-Unhappiness of
puberty.
UNIT VIII. ADOLESCENCE.
Characteristics of adolescence-Physical changes-Emotionality-Social
changes-changes in morality-sex interests and sex behaviorPersonality changes Hazards.
UNIT IX. EARLY ADULTHOOD.
characteristics of early adulthood-The meaning
of
work-The
occupational cycle-Vocational adjustments.
UNIT X. MIDDLE AGE.
characteristics
of middle
age-Developmental tasks-Social
adjustments vocational adjustment, Adjustment to physical changes.
UNIT XI. OLD AGE.
characteristics of old age-Adjustments to physical changes-Changes
in motor and mental abilities-Vocational adjustments-Special
reference to the adjustments after retirement.
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UNIT XII. DEVELOPMENTAL PROBLEMS.
Physical handicaps-Mental retardation-Exceptional children-
Learning disabilities: preventive, remedial, and
therapeutic
approaches.
REFERENCES
l. Hurlock, E.B.(1983). Developmental Psychologt A life span approach,
(5 th Ed.), New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company Ltd.
2. Hurlock. E.B. (1978). Child Development. (6 the Ed). New Delhi: Tata
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.
3. Craig, G.I.(1992).Human Development (6h Ed), New jersey: Prentice
Hall.
4. Stewart, A.C. et al, (1988/. Ltfelong Human Developmenf, New York:
John Wiley and Sons.
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IM.Sc. APPLIE D PSfaCIfOLOG]a
CHOICE.BASED CREDIT SBMESTER SYSTEM
(from 2008 admission onyyards)
SYLTABUS FOR SECOND SEMESTER
<'tq-
?2 tz -25
i3)
II
Semester
Core/Elective Credits
Name
No.
- II
Core
4
Applied Psychology: An Introduction
Core
4
Psy.2.3
Research Methodology
Core
4
Psy.2.4
Practical
- II
Core
4
Psy.2.5
Elective
-I
Optional
4
Psy.2.l
Systems and Theories
Psy.2.2
20
Total
Choices for Elective
I
Name of the Paper
No.
Name of the Teacher
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Psy.2.5.l
Behaviour Disorders
Psy.2.5.2
Organisational
Psy.2.5.3.
Criminology
Dr. C. Jayarr
Psy.2.5.4.
Introduction to Classical
Dr. T. Sasidharan
B ehaviour
Dr. C. Jayan
Psychoanalysis
Psy.2.5.5.
Fundamentals of Educational
Psychology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.2.5.6.
Pediatic Psychology - Assessment of
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Exceptional Children
Psy.2.5.7.
o r ganz.aasnal
E
ffectivenes s
Note: No. of additional papers that
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
can be
ONE (Fou. Credits)
studied by students
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No:Psy.2.l. Semester:Il Core paper
SYSTEMS AND THEORIES
Credits:4
UNIT-I :HISTORICAL AI\D PHILOSOPHICAL ORIGINS oF
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY.
Rationalism-Principles of Gestalt psychology with respect to
perception and learning. Approach and theory of Jean piaget on
intelligence and cognitive development-Characteristics of each
stage-development of space, time, number, causality and morality.
UNIT-II : THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE.
a) Traditional theories of Intelligence-Two- Factor,Hierarchical,
Multi-Factor, Three-Dimensional models.
b)C ontemporary theories - S ternberg, Gardner, Goleman, pA S S
theory
LINIT-III: INFORMATION PROCESSING APPROACH
PSYCHOLOGY.
IN
with
special reference to perception, thinking, learning, memory
and problem solving.
UNIT.IV: RESEARCH METHODS
Recent trends-issues-critique of cognitive psychology from a
behavioristic perspective.
REFERENCES
l.
Sternberg,R..J.(1996).Cognitive psychologt FortWorth: Harcourt Brace
College Publishers.
2. Galotti,K.M.(1999) Cognitive Psychotogt in and outside Laboratory.
Mumbai: Thomson Asia.
3- Kellogg, R.T.(1995/ .cognitive psychologt Thousand oaks: Sage.
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APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY. AN INTRODUCTION
,
No: Psy. 2.2. Semester:
II
Core
Paper.
Credits:4
I
Unit:
ClinicaVCommunity/consulting/Counselling Psychology.
Introduction, objectives and Goals,Training, Areas of practice, current
issues and future research.
Unit:
2
EducationaVS chool Psychology
Inffoduction, Role involve, trends and Career Development, Areas of
contemporary practice , key Issues, Research and psychology in Hgher
Education.
Unit:3
OrgantzationaV IndustriaVOccupationaU Personnel Psychology.
Introduction, Professional development, Training and Practice, Trends
and Issues, Challenges and Research, Humen Resource Management.
Unit:4
Other Important Specialized fields.
I.
Forencic Psychology-Corrent context
II.
Criminology and [aw.
Sports psychology-Professional Developments ,Trends, Issues
ru.
IV.
Medical Psychology- Training and practice, Trends and Issues.
Paediatric psychology-Training and Developments and Trends
and future
trends.
and challenges.
and Issues.
References:
l.
Griffin(2005) Organizational Behaviour- Managing people
and
Or gantzation. NewDelhi, B iztantrs.
2. David, P Anusabel et.al(2000)
3.
4.
Educational Psychology-A cognitive
view. New York:Holt Rinehart and Winston.
Korchin, S.J(1998) Modern Clinical Psychology, Delhi: CBS Publishers
and distributers.
Rawen,B and Horton(2003) Applied Psychology:Current Issues And
New Directions. Bosten: Sage publishers.
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RE,SEARCH METHODOLOGY
No: Psy.2.
3.
Semester:
II
Core
Paper.
Credits:4
UNIT 1: RESEARCH
l.l.
1.2.
Basic concepts-meaning and characteristics of scientific researchfactors affecting, steps or stages in research.
Types of Research-Experimental and Non experimental,
Laboratory experiments and field experiments, True experiments
and quasi experiments, Quantitative and Qualitative Research,
Expost Facto research, Survey research and Types of
1.3.
experiments.
Ethical problems in Research.
UNIT 2: PROBLEM, HYPOTHESIS AND VARIABLES
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
Meaning and characteristics of a problem, sources of stating a
problem, considerations in selecting the problem, formulation of
the problem and types of problems.
Meaning and characteristics of a good hpothesis, Types of
hypothesis, Errors in Hlpothesis testing and formulation of
Hypothesis.
Meaning and [pes of variables, Consideration in the selection
variables, Control of extraneous variables -Techniques.
of
UNIT 3: REVIEW OF LITERATURE ATID DATA COLLECTION.
3.1. Review of literature-Purpose, source and preparation of Index
Card.
3.2. Data collection-Observation,
Interview, Questionnaires and
Psychological tests and scales.
UNIT 4: DESIGNS, ANALYSIS AND REPORT WRITING
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
Meaning, purpose and criteria of research design; basic principles
in Experimental design-T1pes and their analysis techniques;
Single subject and small N design-Pre, True and euasi
experimental designs and Expost Facto design.
Analysis of data: qualitative and quantitative analysis of the data
pu{pose, conditions and interpretation of major parametric and
non parametric statistical techniques.
General purpose of writing a report, structure and format of a
report (API), Style of writing, Tlping, Evaluating a report and
Preparing a research proposal.
Computer Applications, Personal computers, Computer language,
Data base, Computer simulations, laboratory experiments using
computers.
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REFERENCES
l. Breakwell, G.M.et al. (2002.) Research Methods in psycholog,t
,
2.
3.
4.
London: Sage publications.
Broota, K.D.(2001) Experimentar Designs
in
Behavioral
Research. New Delhi: Wiley Estern Ltd.
Goodwin, c.J. (2003) Research in psychorogt: Methods and
Designs. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Kerlinger, F.N.(2007) Foundations of Behavioural Research.
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PRACTICALS
No: Psy 2.4
l.
Semester:
II
II
Practical
paper
Credits:4
Finger Dexterity
2. Tweezer Dexterity.
3. Mannual Dexterity.
4. Attitude scales.
5. ISB-Incomplete Sentence Blank.
6. Fatigue in Mental work.
7. Fatigue in Physical Work.
8. self Esteem Inventory.
9. Type-A Behavior Patterns
10. IAS Inventory.
I l. TAT-Thematic Apperception Test.
12. EPQ-Eysenk Personality euestionaire.
I 3. MMPl-Minnesota Multiphasic personality Inventory.
14. Rorschach Ink Blot Test(Introduction)
15. Research Designs:
a. Randomized group Design-Bilateral Transfer
b. Randomized Block Design-Massed v/s spaced practice.
c. Factorial design - Reaction time.
16. Locus of control.
17. PGI Memory scale.
1 8. Developmental assessment scale.
19. Biofeed back.
20. Emotional Maturity scale.
21. Social maturity scale.
22. Maladjustment Scale.
23. Coping skills.
24. Depression Scale.
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BEHAVIORAL DISORDER
No: Psy
2.5.1
Semester:
II
Optional
paper
Credits:4
Name Of The Teacher: Dr. Anitha Ravindran
Obiectives:
a)
Knowledge about the varians approaches
to understanding
behavioral problems.
b)
Understanding limitations
c)
awareness about an alternative approach.
Develop skills in diagnosing and helping the behaviorally disturbed.
of the approaches to
labelling and
Pre-requisite:
Should have acquired Graduation in Psychology or other social
sciences, helping profession or paftrmedical quali fi cation.
UNIT.I : HEALTH AND DISEASE
Models, Mental health concept, hological, socio
culfural
psychological perspectives.
UNIT-II: DIAGNOSIS AllD CLASSIFICATION
The need labelling-concept consequences, altemative approachclassification-DSM/ICD. Short term.
UNIT-III : DISORDERS OF CHILDHOOD
Arxiety, Depression, ADHD, Disruptive behaviour and elimination
disorders.
UNIT-IV : DISORDERS OF ADULTHOOD:
Arxiety disorders, Affective disorders, schizophrenic disorders.
REFERENCES:
l.
2.
3.
4.
Comer, R.J(2004). Abnormal psychologt ryth Ed) New York: Worth
publishers
Carson, C.R; Butcher, J.N and Mineka, 5.(2000/ Abnormal
Psychologt and Modern tife.New York: Harper and Collins
Ullmann, L.P. and Krasner, L.(1975). A Psychological Approach to
abnormal Behavior New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
Weiner, I.B.(2003). Handbook of psychologt Vol 8.
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ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
No: Psy.
2.5.2
Semester: II
Optional Paper
Name Of The Teacher: Dr C. Jayan
Credits:4
Pre-requisite:
Graduate in psychology/Bussiness/IVlanagement/Social work.
Obiectives:
in the existing as well as the emerging areas of organizational
behaviour
leadership, conflict resolution etc.
UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION TO ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
a)
b)
d)
e)
The concept of organization.
Organisation and it's External Environment.
Organisational Goals.
Organisational theories.
Internal organisations.
0
Foundation competencies
c)
for Individual and Managerial
effectiveness.
UNIT II. INDIVIDUAL PROCESS
a)
b)
c)
Motivating performance: Goat seffing and Reward
d)
systems.
Work stress.
Job attitudes
Motivation in the work setting
UNIT III. GROUP AND INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Group and Team Behaviour.
Power and Political Behaviour.
Conflict and negotiation.
Leaderships: Foundations of contemporary development.
Interpersonal communication
UNIT 4. ORGANISATIONAL PROCESSES
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Decision in Organization
Organisation Design
Organisational culture.
Organisational change and development.
Control and Effectiveness.
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REFERENCES
l.
Slocum, J.W.& Woodnan, R.W.(2001).
Organisational Behavioural (9tn Edn) singapore: South-
2.
Griffin (2005). Orgaruzational Behaviour, Managing
Hellriegal,
D,
Western College Publishing.
people
and organisation. New Delhi, Biztantrs.
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CRIMINOLOGY
Psy.
2.5.3 - Optional Paper 4 credits
Dr. C. Jayan
Pre-requisite:
Graduate in psychology/ Sociology/Social work.
Obiectives:
criminology.
UNIT.I. THEORY AND METHOD
l.
2.
3.
;.
Crime, Criminal law and Criminals.
Theories of Crime-Foundations of Modern Criminology.
Theories of C'::;,-i.*-{i,-al, o-l**.-onal, and Rationality perspectives.
C,iiiug a Line on Crime: The production and Use of Data.
UNIT.II. CRIMES AND CRIMINAL OFFENDERS
l.
2.
3.
4.
Murder and Assault.
Robbery: Theft by violence and varieties of non-violent.
Occupational and Organized Crime.
Public Order Crime.
UNIT.III. DOING SOMETHING ABOUT CRIME
l.
2.
3.
4.
Pollcing society.
The judicial Process and Punishing the Criminal Offender.
Consequences of Punishment.
Crime and Public Policy.
UNIT.IV. CORRECTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
l.
2.
3.
4.
Correctional Psychology in Adult Setting.
Psychological Assessment in Corrections.
Treatrnent and Rehabilitation in Correctional Facilities.
Juvenile Corrections.
References
Bartol, C.R. & Bartol, A.M.(2004) Forensic Psychology. U.K: Sage
publications.
l.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Barlow, H.D.(1987). Introduction to Criminology. Boston: Little
Brown & Co.
Howtt (2002). Forensic and Criminal psychology. lnndon: Prentice
Hall.
Dutta, R.K.(2003) Crime Against Women.New Delhi: Reference
Press.
Pognebin, M.R. (2003). Qualitative Approaches to Criminal Justice
perspective from the field. London: Sage Publications.
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INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL PSYCHOANALYSIS
Number : Psy.
2.5.4
Optional
paper
Semester :
II
Credits : 4
Teacher : Dr. T. SASIDHARAN
Pre-repnisites :
a) For M.Sc. Psychology students
b) For other students who have a serious interest in psychoanalysis
(which will be ascertained by personals interview)
Unit 1: Introduction: Biography of Freud- Psychoanalysis as a theory,
treatnent and a method of research Psychoanalysis as a school of
Psychology.
Unit 2: Basis concepts: Id, ego, super ego, unconscious, life and death instincts,
defense mechanisms.
Unit 3: Dreams: The method of dream interpretation-Manifest and
Latent
content, dream-thoughts-Censorship symbolism-The dream workMaterial and sources of dreams-Typical dreams-The psychology of
dram-processes.
Unit 4: Sexuality: Psycho-sexual stages-characteristics of infantile sexualitysexual theories of children sexual perversions-sexual instinet in
neurotics.
References
Freud: vol : 1,2,4 & 7 of the Penguin freud Libran
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Number : Psy 2.5.5
Optional
Semester :
II
Credits : 4
Name of the Teacher: Dr. T. SASHIDHARAN
Pre-
Requisites
:
a) For M.Sc Psychology students
b) For M.Ed Students
c) For other P.G. Students who have either BEd or
TTC
Unit. I. : History and Scope of Educational Psychology
Introduction to the history
Major areas of Study a) Characteristics of the learner
b) Characteristics of the teaching-learning
process
c) Social psychological perspectives
Perspectives
Maior
Unit
II
:
-
-
Ase- Level characteristics
Theories and implications of child development: Erikson, Piaget &
Kohlberg
Characteristic and implications of pre-school, primary, secondary
higher
secondary students.
Teachine leaming process
and
Unit III.
- Motivating
-
:
indendip management
d) School problems & counseling
e) education of exceptional children
f) Assessment in Education
a) Behavioral
b) Cognitive, Conshuctivistic
c) Humanistic
students: Behavioral, cognitive and humanistic
& strategies
Behavioral, Cognitive and humanistic approaches to instnrctionapproaches
models and methods of teachip.
Factor affecting learning outcomes: Personal, instructional and
environmental factors.
- Teacher effectiveness : Trait, style and contingency approaches.
Unit IV. Exceptional children
- Types: Gifted, mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, learning
disabled.
- Assessment
- Mainstreaming and special Education.
- Status, policies, and problems in India.
References
Mohan, J.(1993) Educational Psychology, New Delhi
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PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY.
ASSESSMENT OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
Psy.2.5.6 - Optional - 4 Credits
Name of the Teacher-Dr. P.A.Baby Shari
Pre- Requisites: For M.Sc. Psychology, M.Ed./special education students.
Obiectives:
their assessment.
intervention strategies.
Unit .I Exceptional children.
(a) Meaning
(b) Prevalence
(c)
(d)
Cases
Types
Unit (2) Labeling and classification
a) Learning Disability
b) Handicap - Emotinal Physical.
c) Behaviorally Disordered.
d) Gifted & Talented, Mentally challenged
Unit (3) Assessment of Exceptional children
a) Imitation of Assessment.
b) Observational Assessment.
c) Instruments & Techniques
d) Uiteman development
Unit (4) Development & Readiness Tests
a) Developmental Indicators
b) Developmental Tests
c)
d)
Readiness Tests
Measurements and Assessments using the test
References:
l.
Pandy,k,C .(2004) Education of Exceptional children. New
Delhi. Vikan Publishing Home Pvt.Ltd
2. Ronald, L& Taylor, (2003) Assessment of Exceptional
students-Educational and psychological procedure. New Jersy
Prentice Hall, Engle wood clits
3. Shamer, et al ( 1994) Human Communication Disorders. New
York: Merrill Imprint Mace Millen Publishing Co.
4. Pilgrimn, D. (2005). Key concepts in Mental Health. New
Delhi: Saga publications.
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ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
No Psy
2.5.7
Optional
paper
Credits-4
Name of the Teacher: Dr. P.A Bay Shari
Pre-requisite:
Graduate in Psychology/Bussiness/Tvlanagement.
Obiectives:
management professional with required human and coneptual skills
in psychology.
enviornment by enhancing leadership skills, decision making skills
and development of values.
Unit-I Organizational Effectiveness
a) Concept of O.E
b) Organizational climate & culture
c) Power and Power tactics
d)
Power and politics.
Unit II. Conflicts and O.E
a) Conflicts - Personal, group &
b) Conflict management
c) Negotiation
d) Empowerment
Unit
a)
b)
c)
d)
III
Orgaruzational.
Oreanizational chanse
Concept of organizational change
Change agents.
Resistance to change
Managing change
Unit IV orsanizational Development
a) Organization Development.
b) Need for O.D
c) O.D Techniquesd)
an introduction.
Transactional analysis.
Reference:French, W.E& Bell, C.H.(1995) Organzational Development. New Delhi:
Prentice Hall of India.
2. Kao, S.R. etal (1994). Epleitine Organization and Social volumes, New
Delhi sage Publications Judge, T. A R Sanghi, S.
3. Robhins S.P. (2007) Organizational Behaviour New Delhi: Pearson
Education
4. Anderson, A.H & Banker, D. (1996) Effective Enterprise and change
management London oxford Black well Publisher.
5. Singh, K. (2005) Orgaruzation change and Development, New Delhi: Excel
Booker
l.
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APPLIED PS\aCffOLOG)a
CHOICB.BASBD CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
(from 2008 admission onwards)
SYLI.ABUS FOR THIRD SEMESTER
3+--
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III
No.
Semester
Core/Elective Credits
Name
Psy.3.l
Counselling
Core
4
Psy.3.2
Health Psychology
Core
4
Psy.3.3
Current Tends in Psychology
Core
4
Psy.3.4
Field Work (Practical
Core
4
Psy.3.5
Elective
Optional
4
IIf
- II
Total
Choices for Elective
No.
Name of the Paper
II
Name of the Teacher
Psy.3.5.l
Consulting & Clinical Psychology
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Psy.3.5.2
Industrial Management
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.3.5.3.
Forensic Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.3.5.4.
Perspectives in Educational
Psychology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.3.5.5.
Clinical Paediatrics Psychology
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy.3.5.6.
Or ganizational D evelopment
Techniques & Interventions
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
:
Note: No. of additional papers that can be
ONE (Four Credits)
studied by students
t
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,
Semester :
3
Counselling Psychology
Number : psy. 3.1
Core paper
Credits: 4
UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION TO CONSELLING
l.l
Definition of Counselling
1.2.
Distinction Behveen Counselling and psychotherapy.
I
.3.
Goals of counselling
1.4.
Historical Development of the Counselling profession,
1.5
Counselling process and methods
relationship characteri sti c s o f an
1.6.
E
-
characteristics
of a helping
ffec tive Counsel ling rel ationships.
Counselling Procedures/Skills-I-Initial procedures,
the
Initial
Counselling Interview, and Counselling skills.
1.7
. counselling
Procedures/Skill-Il. Advanced Empathy, theme
identification, self-disclosure and Interpretation; Action strategies-Role
playing, Behavioural techniques, Decision-making Methodologies and
problem- solving strategies.
1.8.
Principles and procedures of Group Counselling.
UNIT 2. THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO COUNSELLING
2.1.
Foundations of Counselling-Philosophical, Sociological, Psychological
and Developmental.
2.2.
Affective approaches to counselling-Psychology names-client-centred
therapy, Gestalt therapy and Existential Therapy.
2.3.
Cognitive Approaches
to
counselling-Rational-Emotive therapy,
Transactional Alalysis and Trait-factor counselling.
2r
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Ia
2'4'
Behaviouristic approaches to counselling
-
Behavioural counselling
and Reality Therapy.
2.5.
Comparison of the major counselling approaches.
UNIT 3. COUNSELLING IN DIFFERENT SETTING
3.1.
Family serting
3.2.
Education setting
3.3.
Vocational setting
3.4.
Hospital setting
3.5.
Cornmunitysetting
3.6.
3.7.
Special population - women, the handicapped and
the Aged.
Special problem
in
counselling-Human sexualify, Divorce
and
uncoupling process, Drug use and Abuse.
3.8.
Working with clients in crisis.
UNIT 4. ROLE OF RELAXATION IN COUNSELLING
4.1.
Guided Somato psychic Relaxation (GSPR).
4.2
Jacobson's ProgressiveMusalarRelaxation.
4.3
Yoga relaxation.
4.4.
EEG, EMG, Bio-feed back relaxation.
4.5.
Transcendental Meditation (TM).
4.6.
Professional Issues in counselling.
4.7.
Evaluation of counselling - purpose, Difficulties and criteria.
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REFERENCES
l.
Korchin, J.S., Modern Clinical Psychology (1986).
Delhi:
IBS.
Publishers and Distributors.
2.
Kottler, J.A. and Brorvn, R.W. (2000). [n introduction to therapeutic
counselling (4'n edition) California Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.
3.
George, L.R., and Cristiani, T. (1981) Theory, Methods of processes
of
Counselling and Psycho therapy. Ner.v Jersey: Prentice Hall Inc.
Englewood and Cliffs.
4.
Patterson, E.L. and Welfel, E.R. (1999). The Counselling Process (5th
edition) California: Brooks/Cole publishing Company.
5.
Sreedhar,
K.P. (1996) Guided Somato-psychic
Relaxation:
Trivandrum: LIFE.
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HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy
T.P.3.2
Core paper
4 Credits
UNIT 1: AN OVERVIEW oF PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH
l.l.
Health-Mind-Bodyrelationship
1.2. Need for health psychology.
Viewpoints from History: Physiology, Diseases processes
I
and the Mind.
1.4.
Current perspectives on Health andllness.
Relating Health psychology in Other Fields.
I
1.6. Careers and Training in ffiAUr psychology
UNIT 2: BIo- psycHo-socrAl FACTORS rN ILLNESS
Nutrition and Behaviour.
Life Styles and Risk Factors.
Bio psychosocial Factors of Stress and Illness
Psycho-physiologicalDisorders.
Psycho-Neurolmmunology:-AlDS, cancer, Arthritis.
UNIT 3: PAIN & DISCOMFORT
3
:
2.1
2.2
?3
2.4
2'5
3.1
3.2
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3.4
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The nature and symptoms ofpain
Theories ofpain
Biopsychosocial aspects of pain
Assessing people,s pain
Managing and controling clinical pain
UMT rv: chronic and tife thieatening hearth probrems
l.l
Adjusting to chro ic illness
l.2Impact of different chronic conditions
1'3 Psychosocial interventions- Psychoeducationrelaxation- Biofeed backCognitive approaches_ praventive counselling
References:
Sarafino, E.p. (199g). Health psychology. New york:
John wiley and
l'
2.Taylor, s.E. (
psychorogy. New york:
Mac. Graw Hilrs Inc.
lg^?.H."tth
psycholoey- pain and
3' Gibson, H.B. (2000).
anesthesis. London: s;;
4' Browne, A._Td Lbwelyn, s. irqqq). Health psychorogy: precess
and
application. New yorkChapman and Hall.
5. Singh, R. (2005). Health Psychology. New Delhi:
Global vision
Publishing House.
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CURRENT TRENDS IN PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy
T.P.3.3
UNIT.l Environmental
Core Paper
4 Credits
Psychiology and tourism
Climate and behaviour- Impact of natureal catastrophies- tourism Pollution and
mental health Sociefy and mental health,Legal focus on abuse and
victimization-intervention.
UNIT. II Population PsYchologY
Family size, Population and behaviour, Feminism, Female infenticide, Ecology
and Ethology.
UNIT.III: Political Behaviour
Nature, Scope, Development
rW
of political
behaviour and personality,
Wfr
UNIT.IV : Cognitive Engineering and Information Technolory
Principtes, Artificial Intelligence-Goals of
artincia Intelligence, Fundamentals of Informational technology , Computer
based information System, Its application in psychology.
- Use of personal computers and computers assisted decision making,
Cognitive Psychology and
its
Psychological consequences.
References:
l. Bell, et .a1(1996) Environmental
Psychology. USA: Harcoust Brace,
College Publishers.
2. Haberlandt, K.(lgg7) cognitive Psychology. USA: Allyn and
3.
Bacon
Publishers.
Sharms, K.N(2004) Political Psychology. New Delhi: Printwell Publishers.
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Field Work
-y' ,Zfaafca/,?o7ez
Practical
During the third semester, students have to conduct field experiments
in psychology namely, systematic observation, Interview, Content Analysis,
Care studies and Text construction. Though this provides practical
application of their understanding in scientific methodology, it includes
specific objectives like conducting observation among clients background
collecting and analysing data from a wide range of sample, systematically
planning their research methodology, developing skills neecled to be an
interviews or trainer of interviewers, Analysing a descriptive data, conducting
various kinds
of case studies and case analysis and developing
standardization of tests, questionnaires and inventories.
and
All the above field
works have to be done by the students individually except test construction
under the guidance of respective faculty members.
a)
Systematic Observation
In this the students have to conduct a minor study in which systematic
observation should be adopted as the method of data collection. The samples
are of the behavioriral variables have to be observed by the student and the
data be discussed. The method of observation, and its practical application
among the sample have
to be studied to
develop
a skill in
scientific
observation.
b)
Interview
A psychologist should possess skill in interviewing. In this field
experiment, the student have to conduct a rninor level study in which
interview should be adoptecl as the rnethod of data collection. Any of the
relevant behavioural variable have to be stucliecl through this methocl.
Different kinds of interview, its practical applications etc. should be known to
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the student along with their skill development in interviewing and to be
a
trainer of interviewing.
c)
Content Analysis
In this
students should develop a skill
in analysing content of
data
collected. For this the students have to practical sessions of analyzing
contents of written, printed, vocal, or picturized data. A minor level study can
be planned with this purpose and analysis can be conducted. This can be rvith
a purpose
of identifying a particular psychological factor/variable or with
a
general analysis aim.
d)
J,
Cale studies
I
Different kinds
of
cases namely clinical, vocational, Educational.
personal, organizational etc. can be studied by the sfudent, with a thorough
analysis of the background precipitating factors, on set, treatrnents undergone,
consequences and efficacy, follow up and rehabilitation procedures. This can
be done in at least 5 numbers, from different areas. The cases can be collected
from the consultancy services available in the department, nearby mental
health care institutions, organizations, near by locality or during the
educational trips to institutions.
Test Constructiolr
:
e)
this is a group i,vot'k. The studerrt group have to develop a test in
Psychology and standardize rvill the help of a supervising teacher. The
selection of the variable can be according to the areas of interest of the teacher
and the students.
All the f,ield experirnents have to be presented in the class and it has to
be subrnittecl ass a written recorcl to the Head of the Depafiment, in double
copy, before 3rci semester u,ritten examination. One copy rvill be returned to
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the student after valuation, where as the other copy
will
department library, as the academic work conducted
be retained in the
there.
[Students
K'f
publish the study with the guide, if necessary, when the cource is over].
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CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
No: Psy
3.5.1
Semester.
III
Optional
Paper
Credits:4
Name of the Teacher : Dr. Anitha Ravindran
Objectives
of
a helping
a)
Knowledge about the development
b)
c)
profession.
To impart knowledge and skills towards self development.
Familiarize students with various psychological methods of helping
the behaviourally impaired in different settings.
Psychology as
Pre requisite
Should have a graduate degree in Psychology.
UNIT I: CONSULTING
The profession, need, nature, role of psychologists, professional and
ethical issues. Psychological valuation and assessment in clinical set up
- concepts, techniques,
merits and demerits'
UNIT II: DIMENSIONS OF HELPING
Modes of helping - Guidance, Counselling and Psychotherapy. Clienttherapist characteristics.
UNIT III: BRIEF PSYCHOTHERAPY
Psychodynamic, CBT, BET, Behaviour Modification, group therapy
concept and types.
UNIT IV: THERAPY FOR SPECIAL GROUPS
Alcoholism related, Anger and anxiety, family, marriage and women,
Indian culture.
REFERENCES:
i.
Bergin, A.E. and Garfield, S.L. (1924) 4'h Ed. Handbook of
psyihotherapy and Behaviour change.(4tn Ed) Singapore: John Wiley
&
2.
3.
4.
Sons.
Feltham, c and Hortan, I.E. (2006) 2"d Ed. The SAGE Handbook of
Counselling and psychotherapy. New Delhi: Sage'
Wolman, B.B. (1965). Handbook of clinical Psychology. New York:
McGraw Hill.
Woody, R.H. and Woody, J.D. (1972). Clinical Assessment in
Counselling and Psychotherapy. New Jersey: Prentice Hall
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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
No: Psy
3.5.2
Semester:
III
Optional
paper
Credits:4
Name of the Teacher: Dr. C. Jayan
Pre requisite:
For the students of PG Psychology/IvlBA / Personnel Management
Obiectives:
industrial relations.
and labour legislations.
UNIT I: INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
a. Concept, Aims, Objectives and Scope of Industrial Psychology.
b. Individual and Group.
c. Individual Differences in Behaviour.
d. Taylorism-Time study. Motion Study - Work study and Fatigue
e.
f.
g.
h.
study
Hanw horne Experiment.
Industrial Morale.
WorkingEnvironmental Conditions.
Industrial Fatigue - Nature, Effect, Causes and Elimination of
fatigue.
UNIT II: MANAGEMENT CONCEPT
2.1 Introduction
a) Definition and Difference between Management,
b)
c)
d)
e)
0
g)
h)
Administration
and Organisation.
Industrial Management
Functions of Management
Tlpes of Management'
Management Structure
Principles of Management
Levels of Management
Scientific Management
2.2 Industrial Ownership
a) Introduction and Types of Ownership
b) Single Ownership - Concept, Advantage, Disadvantage and Application.
c) Partnership Concept, Kinds, Duties of Partners, their Advantages and
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Application.
d) Joint Stock Company - Concept, Types of Private Limited, Public Limited,
Advantages, Disadvantages and Application.
e) Co-operative Organisations.
0 State and Central Government Owned.
2.3 Supervision and Leadership
a) Infroduction, duties and Responsibilities of a Foreman/Supervisor's job.
b) Qualities of Foreman.
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c) Leadership - Defrnition and Concept'
d) Approaches of LeadershiP.
e) Qualities of LeadershiP.
UNIT. III: JOB EVALUATION & WAGE PLANS
3.1 Job Evaluation and Merit Rating.
a) Inffoduction, Concept, Objectives and Procedure of Job evaluation'
b) Methods of Job evaluation.
.j Merit Rating - Introduction, objectives, methods (Rating Scale, Check list
and Employee ComPensation)
d) Advantages and Disadvantages of Merit Rating'
3.2 Wage Payment Plans.
a) IntrJducti-on and Classification of Wage Payment Plans.
b) Incentive - Financial and Non-finan;ial'
Incentive Plans Introduction, Requirements, Objectives,
.j Wage
d)
Drawbacks.
Piece
Types Wage Incentive Plans - Straight Piece Rate System, Straight
Halsey
System,
Rate with a Guaranteed Boat wage, Differential Piece Rate
Plan and
Efficiency
Plan, Rowan Plan, Gantt Plan, Bedaux Plan, Emerson's
Group Incentive Plan.
Objectives, Methods, Advantages, Limitations and
e) Profii
Sharing
Applications.
UNIi:IV: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
AND LEGISLATION
4.1 Industrial Relations
a) Concept, Types and Objectives and Functions'
bj Trade Uoiort - Origin, Functions and Objectives'
,i Industrial Disputes - Introduction, causes and effect.
d) Strikes - Causes, Effects and Forms'
e) Lockout Gherao and Picketing.
0 Settlement of Industrial Disputes'
g) Collective Bargaining
[i n*afng Grievances and Grievance Procedure
D Worker's Participation in Management'
j) Union - Management Relations.
4.2 Industrial Legislation.
a)ImportanceandNecessityofLabourLegislation'
b) Principles of Labour Legislation
c) PrinciPles of Labour Laws'
d) Types of Labour Laws - Factories Act, wage Act, compensation
Act, Disputes Act, Employee's State Insurance Act, Indian Boiler
Act etc.
REFERENCES
1. Khann, o.P. (2005). Industrial Engineering and Management'
2.
Achhi DhanPat Rai and Sons'
Ivancevich,l.U. (1995). Human Resource Management. Chicago'
IRWIN, Inc.
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FORE,NSIC PSYCHOLOGY
Optional paper Credits: 4
No. Psy 3.5.3Semester: III
Name of the Teacher : Dr. C. Jayan
Pre requisite:
For the students undergoing PG in Psychology/ Criminology /Social
work
Obiectives:
correction.
behaviour.
UNIT I. INTRODUCTION
l.
2.
3.
4.
Forensic Psychology: An Overview.
Careers in Psychology
Forensic Psychology as a New Speciality.
Forensic school Psychology.
UNIT II. POLICE AND INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY
l.
2.
History and Practice.
Trends in Police Psychology
-
Testing, Assessment, Management and
issues and special circumstances.
3. Investigative Psychology Profiling, Psychological Autopsy,
Mapping and Poly graph - Research.
4. Forensic Hypnosis and criminal identification.
UNIT III VICTIMOLOGY AND VICTIM SERVICES
l.
2.
3.
4.
Mental
Forensic psychology and the victims of crime and victim with disabilities.
Legal Rights of Victims.
Psychological Effect of criminal victimization and psychological impact
Assault.
Family violence, Abuse and victimization.
of
UNIT IV. PSYCHOLOGY AND THE COURTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Consulting and Testifying
consulting with criminal courts.
Consulting with Civil Courts.
Treatment and Rehabilitation facilities.
REFERENCES
l. Bartol, C.R. & Bartol, A.M. (2004). Introduction to Forensic Psychologt.
U.K. Sage Publications
2. Barlow, H.D. (1987). Introduction to Criminologt Boston. Little, Brown
and Company.
3. Howitt (2002). Forensic and Criminal Psychologt.London: Prentice Hall
4. Kumar, K. (1999). Identification of Disputed Documents, Fingerprints, and
Ballistics. Lucknow. Eastern Book Company.
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DUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
aper
Semester
III
Credits: 4
acher : Dr. T. Sasidharan
PRE REQUISITES
For MSc. Psychology studentsA4.Ed. Students/For other PG students
who have either BEd. or T.T.C.
UNIT I : BEHAVIOURISTIC PERSPECTIVE
Skinner, Bloom, Gagne.
UNIT II: HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVE
Rogers, The notions
of
deschooling and
the Education of
the
Oppressed.
UNIT
III:
PERSPECTIVES FROM COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
Piaget, Vygotsky, Bruner, Choamsky, Gardener
-
Constructivism.
UNIT IV :PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL REFORMATIONS
Major changes that have been implemented in the school education of
Kerala - Strengths and weaknesses - A vision for future'
REFERENCES
l.
Santrock, J.W. (2001). Educational Psychologt. New York: McGraw
Hill.
2. Henson, K.T. &. Eller, B.F. (1999). Educational Psychologt for
Effectiv e
Te ac
h.ing. Belmont, C.A. : Wadsworth
3.
Biehler, R.F. & Snowman, J. (1990). Ps.,-chologt Applied to Teaching'
Boston: Houghton Miffl in.
4.
Reynolds, w.M. & Miller, G.E. (Ed. 2003) Handbook of Psychologt.
Vol7. New JerseY: John WileY & Sons.
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CLNICAL PAEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY
No. Psy
3.5.6
Semester:
III
Optional
paper
Credits: 4
Dr. P.A. BabY Shari
Pre requisite:
For the students undergoing PG
in
Psychology/Paediatric medicine
/child development /special education.
Obiectives:
ffig
F
i"
applications
in the various assessment
and intervention
strategies.
To deielop Skills to work for the welfare of the exceptional children.
UNIT I DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
a) Issues and innovation in Education of Exceptional
b) Deinstitutionalization
ci Teacher education for Teaching Exceptional
d)
children.
children
Scope of Research
UNIT iT' TBA.CIIING EXCEPTIONAL CIIILDREN
a) Sensory Disabilities and Communication
b) Emotional disturbances.
c) M.R. and Gifted.
d) Learning DisabilitY
UNIT
Disorders'
III: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION AI\D
ASSESSMENT
Assessment-of students with special needs
U) effective instruction for students with special needs.
c) Working with families of special children
a)
UXIT IV: LEGAL PUBLIC POLICY AND REFORM
a)
b)
c)
d)
Public PolicY and School Reform
Legal foundations of special education
Institution visit
Practical sessions of intervention
REFERENCES
to Special
1. Ysseldy ke, J
Educationfor
to Special
2. William, H.L
Education New JerseY: Pearson.
3. Geldard, K & Getdard, D. (2005) counselling Adolescenfs. New Delhi:
Sage Publication.
4. Mitner, P. & Palmer,
S. (2003). Integrative stress Counselling' New Delhi'
Sage Publication.
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ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: TECHNIQUES AND
INTERVENTION
No. Psy 3.5.6
Semester:
III
Optional
paper
Credits: 4
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Pre requisite:
For the students of PG PsychologyilvlBA / personnel Management
Obiectives:
intergroup behaviour at workplace.
organization development.
UNIT I: INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
a) Organizational Development
b) History
c) Underlying Assumptions and Values
d) Need for O.D.
UNIT II: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF
ORGANIZATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
a) Characteristics &
b) Action Research
Components.
c) Team Intervention & Inter group intervention
d)
Comprehensive & Stuctural intervention
UNIT III : OPTIMAL SUCCESS
a) Identification of Organizational Problems.
b) External Behavioural Scientist.
c) Involvement of members.
d) Effect of O.D. Process
UNIT IV : TECHNIQUES & ISSUES
a) O.D. Techniques
b) Consultant - Client Issues.
c) Research an O.D.
d) Future of O.D.
REFERENCES
1. French, w.L.R. & Bell, C.H. (Jr.) (1998). organizational Development.
New Delhi. Prentice Hall
2. Mukhe{ee, J. (2006). Management and organizational Behaviour. New
Delhi: Excel Books.
3. singh, K. (2005). organization change and Development. New Delhi:
4.
Excel Books.
Nelson, D.L. & Quick, J.C. (2000). Organizational Behaviour.
lt
NzI.Sc.
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
CHOICE-BASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
(from 2008 admission onwards)
SYLI.ABUS FOR FOURTH SEMESTER
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IV Semester
CorelElective Credits
Name
Psy.4.l
Dissertation & Internship
Psy.4.2
Elective
Psy.4.3
Elective
Core
8
- III
Optional
4
- IV
Optional
4
l6
Total
Choices for Electives
III & ry
Name of the Paper
No.
Name of the Teacher
Psy.4.2 &3.1
Guidance & Counselling
Dr. Anita Ravindran
Psy.4.2 &.3.2
Human Resource Management
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.4.2 &3.3
Forensic Clinical Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan
Psy.4.2 &3.4
Behaviour Modification
Dr. C. Jayan
Industrial Clinical Psychology
Dr. C. Jayan &
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy. 4.2
&
Psy. 4.2
& 3.6
3.5
Psychoanalysis
& Psychopathology
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.4.2 &3.7
Psychological Interventions in
Education
Dr. T. Sasidharan
Psy.4.2 & 3.8
Behavioural Therapies
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Psy.4.2 &3.9
Psychology in Medicai Setting
Dr. P.A. Baby Shari
Note: No. of additional papers that can be
Two (Eight Credits)
selected by students
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GUIDANCE & COUNSELLING
No: Psy. 4.2 &3.1
( Sem IV)
Optional Paper 4 Credits
Dr. Anitha Ravindran,
Objectives:
a)
b)
Knowledge about the various techniques of counseling in psychology.
To develop an understanding about the theoretical basis of various counselling
procedures. Psychological
c) Develop skill in psychological counselling
Pre requisite
and guidance.
:
Graduation in Psychology, psychiatric medicine or in any paramedical area.
Unit I: Counselling
as profession: concept, development
of caunselling and guidance
in India, areas of guidance principles and objectives, professional ethies.
Unit II: Counselling
process-goals, stages, autcane-relationship characteristic
counselee and councellor. Counselling in Individual
Unit.III: Theoretical
of
& group settings.
approaches-psychological, cognitive-behavioural, humanistic-
existential elective integrated.
Unit IV. Specific skills training: Decision making
assessment
assertiveness, stress management
with children & adolescents guidance for special graps -depreced
physically challenged, career counselling.
References:
l. *, c and Hortan, I.(2005).
The SAGE Handbook of counseling and
psychotherapy. (2 Ed) Delhi: sage.
2.
Patterson,.LE adn Welfer, E.R(2000) The counselling process (5th ed)
Bangalore: Thomson Asia.
3.
Sharma, R.N and Sharma,R(2004) Guidance and counselling in India.
New Delhi: Atlantic publishers and Distributors.
4.
Sdigman,L.(199a).Developmental career counselling and Assessment
(2"d Ed) New Delhi: Sage.
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
No.Psy 4.2
Optional Paper :4 Credits
&3.2
Dr. C.JaYan
Pre-requisites:
Organizational
b
ehaviour, lndustrial Managernent and Rel ations.
Obiectives:
Unit.I. Human Resource Management
a) Introduction-importance of HRD-functions and Activities
of HRM-HRM
department.
b)
HRM in Dynamic Environment -Globalization and it's HRM implications
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Re engineering work force for improved productivity'
c)
Legal consideration and Employee rights-Equal employment opportunityEmployee right and Ethical issues'
UNIT 2. Acquisition of llumen Resources
Manpowerplanning:Usesandbenefitsofmanpowerplanningproblemsand
power
limitations-Anticipating manpower needs-Man power inventory-Man
planning stePs and methods.
a) Designing and Analysing Job: Critical issues in analysing
and designing jobs'
Job analysisJob design; qualifies, approaches and Activities-Job redesign:
need for information-structured procedures and methods -steps.
b)
of obtaining
Man power selection prooesses ancl steps-sources and methods
job applicant-increasing the pool of potentially qualified applicant selection
decisions
devices. Recruiting sources-Activities-selection and placement
approach.
single predictor, multiple predictor au Assessment centre
orientation
N{an power, promotions, Training and development -Employee
career
training-Management development pro grammes- Training formulae
and
development techniques.
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a)
and transfer
Job changes, promotions, Transfers, and dislocations-promotion
policies. Term-nations and other dislocations. Job enlargement, enrichment
policies.
b)
personals productivity througtr motivation strategies. lncentives-financial-Non
financial. Employee rights-rights to job-rights on job. Working scheduling and
motivation and rewarding the productive employee'
c) performance
Appraisal <oncepts-Characteristics-Objective. Validation of
Tests-Types of tests and appraisal techniques and performance management.
UNIT 4. Maintenance of Humen Resources
Compensation and Adminisfiation: Total compensation-Wages, salary,
Bonus, and performance based pay. Tlpes
of
compensation-Legal and environmental impact
incentive plans. Indirect
on indirect
protection procedures-Administrative issues-benefits
compensation-
of
indirect
compensation. Employee fringe benefits and social security-Employee
benefits-gpes and objectives. Quality of work life. Workers participation in
Management.
b.
Labour relation and collective Bargaining Effective Human relations, industrial
relations, Indushial disputes. Collective bargaining-negotiation Arbitation
and Industrial discipline.
c.
Organizational counseling-Psychological Testing
and diagnostic
in
organizations- Types of tests, factors effecting psychological tests rezults, use
of tests in counseling, tests interpretation in counselling and diagnosis with
tests, scope and limitation of testing and diagnosis in organizational setting.
Employee Assistance prograrnmes.
REFERENCES
l.
TAPOMOY DEB(2006). Strategic Approach to Human
Management, Concept, Tools Application.
Resources
New Delhi: Atlantic
Publishers and Distributors.
2.
Dessler, G(2007) Humen Resource Management. Newdelhi:Perentice
Hall of India.
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Psy.4.2&3.3 Semester: 4
Optional
,r
Credits:4
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BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION
No: Psy.4.2 &3.4
Optional :4 Credits
Dr. C.Jayan
Prerequesites:
For students of P.G. Psychology, only.
Obiectives:
behavioural interventions.
UNIT I. BEHAVIOUR TIIERAPY, TECHNIQUES AND THEIR RATIONALS
a) Classical and operant conditioning
b) Neo-behavioristic perspective.
c) Systematic use of reinforcement.
d) Techniques of Extinction and response
elimination-contingency management,
graduated extinction, covert Extinction, Negative practice, stimulus satiation,
Anxiety induction.
UNIT II. SYSTEMATIC DESENSITTZATION, RELAXATION MODELLING
AND CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT
a)
Systematic desensitization and Relaxation-ln vitro, invivo, JPMR, GSPR,
Yoga based techniques, GSR and Bio-feedback.
b)
Modelling: Acquisition and facilitation of New behaviour, Disinhibition
and vicarious extinction, Additional Modelling procedures.
c)
d)
e)
Assertiveness therapy.
Contingency Management-Token Economy.
Bio feed back treatment-It's use in psycho physiological disorders.
UNIT III. COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY
a)
b)
Rationale and techniques of CBT.
Rational Emotion Therapy.
c) Stress inoculation therapy.
d) Beck's cognitive Behaviour therapy.
e) Self control Techniques-self control in obesity.
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UNIT IV. EVALUTION OF BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTIONS
AND
CURRENT TREANS IN BETIAVIOUR THERAPY.
REFERENCES
l.
Carson, C.R. Butcher, J.N.& Mineka& S. (1998). Abnormal
psychology and Modern
life(l0s Ed). London: Harper
Collins
of
psycho
college publishers.
Garfiedd, S.L. and Bergin, A.E.(1986) Handbook
therapy and Behaviour change (Edn) New York. John Willey and
Wilkins.
3.
Kaplan,
H. et al (Eds) (1990).
Comprehensive Test Book
of
Psychiatry. London: Williams and Wilkins.
Korchin, S.J. Modern Clinical psychology. Delhi: CBS Publishers
and Distributors.
5.
Rimm, D.C. and Masters, J.C.(1979). Behaviour Therapy. New
York. Academic Press.
Sreedhar,
K.P. (1996). Guided Somato psychic
Relaxation:
Thiruvananthapuram Li fe.
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DUSTRIAL CLIMCAL PSYCHOLOGY
No. Psy. 4.2 &.3.5
Dr. C.Jayan & Dr.P.A.Baby Shari
Optional
4. credits
Prerequesites:
For those who are studying for PG. Psychology, Social work or Bussiness
Obiectives:
organizations.
organizations.
Unit I: INTRODUCTION
a) Industrial clinical psychology-Model, Control, Causes, Treatment and
b)
c)
correction action.
Mental Health in the workplace: Toward an integration of organisational and
Clinical Theory.
Mental Health and Disabilities, the Employer and the law.
UNIT II. STRESS AND WORK
a) Models of work stress.
b) Effects ofjob stress on Mental and Physical Health.
c) The Unbalanced Life: Work and family conflict.
d) Safety and Health.
e) Maintaining a healthy work environment.
f)
g)
h)
UNIT
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
0
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
Occupational Hazards and risks.
Accident process.
Intervention in Occupational Stress.
III.I. EFFECT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
ON WORK
Depression in the work place.
Bipolar disorders.
Generalized Anxiety disorder.
Social anxiety disorder, specific phobias and panic order.
PTSD in the workplace.
Setrizophrensis.
Anti social personality disorder.
Borderlinepersonalitydisorder.
Eating disorders.
Traumatic Brian Injury in the workplace.
Insomnia.
UNIT III.2. EFFECTS DISRUPTIVE BEIIAVIOUR AT WORK
a) Alcohol and Drug.
b) Social Dysfunction.
c) Anger, Hostility and Violence.
d) Harassment and discrimination.
e) Absenteeism.
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Passive-Aggressive Behaviour.
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b)
c)
d)
e)
Accident proneness.
Employee with family problems.
Employees with alcoholism and drug addiction.
Maladjusted employees.
0 Counseling the indisciplined.
g) Setting up of counselling cell in organization.
UNIT ry.2. RELAXATION TECHNIQUES IN UC SETTING
a) Theoretical background.
b) General aspects of relaxation Training.
c) Physical methods of relaxation-progressive relaxation, progressive relaxation
training, A tense- release script, passive Muscular relaxation, Applied
relaxation, Behavioural relaxation training, The Mitchell method, The
Alexander methods, differential relaxation, strechings, physical exercise,
Breathing.
d) Mental approaches to relaxation - self-awareness, Imagery, Goal-directed
vi sualization, Autogenic training, Medi ation, The rel axation response.
e) Miscellaneous topics-'On-the-spot' techniques, Assessment and research.
REFERENCES
l.
Adrian Furnham (2005). The Psychology of behaviour at work. The individual
in the organisation. New York: Psychology press.
2. Rose Mary A. Payne (1995). Relaxation Techniques. A practical Handbook
for the Health care professional. Edinburgh. Churchill Livingston.
3. Neil Anderson, et al (2002). Handbook of Industrial, Work and Organization
Psychology (Vol. I & Vol. 2). tnndon: Sage Publication.
4. Jay C. Thomas and Michel Hersen (2002). Handbook of Mental Health in the
workplace. London Sage Publications.
5. Miner, J.B.(I992). Industrial Organisational Psychology, New York: McGraw
Hill Inc.
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&3.6 OPtional
Credits : 4
Sem: IV
No. Psy 4.2
DT. T. SASIDTIARAN
Pre-requisites
:
a)
For M.Sc. Psychology Students who have studied at
Least one paper from
(l)
(2)
(b)
lntroduction to classical psychoanalysis.
Culture and PsychoanalYsis
For those students from other departments who have
studied both the papers
UNIT I. Introduction
Psycho analysis and Psychiatry symptoms and their meaning
Fixation, resistance, repression and regression
in neurosis
in
neuroses-
psychoses and
psychoanalysis.
UNIT
II.
Psychopathology
I
Psychoanallic explanations of anxiety and hysteria.
UNIT III. Psychopathology
II
Psychoanalytic explanations of obsession, compulsion, phobia and paranoia.
UNIT fV. Psychoanalytic treatment.
Free association, resistance, transference and counter transference-Difficulties
in Psychoanalysis.
REFERENCE:
Freud:
Vol.l,8, l0 of Freud Penguin Library.
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PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN EDUCATION
Psy 4.2
&3J
Optional
Semester:
4
Name of the Teacher: Dr: T.Sasidharan'
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Credits: 4
BEHAVIOURAL THERAPIES
No.Psy.4.2
Optional
&
3.8
Credits : 4
Dr. P.A. BabY Shari
Prerequesites:
For those who are studying for PG. Psychology, Social work
Obiectives:
UNIT I. Behaviour Therapy - Techniques and Rationale
a) Classical and operant conditioning'
b) Neo behavioristic perspective.
c)
Systematic use of enforcement
d) Techniques of Extinction & Response Elimination'
e) Avenuion Theraphy.
UNIT II. Specific techniques.
a) Systematic desensitization & Relaxation
b) Modelling.
c) Assertiveness therapy.
d) ContingencyManagement-Token Economy.
UNIT III. Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
a) Rationale of CBT
b) Rational Emotine Therapy
c) Sturn inoculation therapy
d) Belies cognitive therapy
e) Selfcontrol Techniques-Obesity
Implementing.
UNIT (IV) Implementing Behavioral Interventions
a)
b)
Practical Training.
c)
Current Trends in Behavior Therapy.
Evaluation of intervention.
REFERENCES
l.Carsen, C.R., Butcher, J.N & Mineka, S. (1998)- Abnormal Psychology and
Modem life, London: Hamper Collios college Publishers.
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A.E (1986) Handbook of Psycho therapy and
ork: John WileY and Wilkins.
2.
Kaplam, H. etal (1990). competitive Text book of Psychiatry. London:
William and Wilkim.
,
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Sreedhar, K.P.(1996) Guided Somate Psycho Relations. Thiruvanathapuram.
Life.
4.
Mantin, G.& Pean, J.(2005). Behavior Modification what it is and How to do
it. New Delhi: Prentue Hall of India Pvt Ltd.
5.
Westbrook, D, Kennerky, H and Kirk.J.(2007) An intro duction to cognitive
Behaviour Therapy. New Delhi. Sage publication
.
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f,
Y IN MEDICAL SETTINGS
No. Psy 4.2 & 3.9
Optional : 4 Credits
Dr. P.A.Baby Shari
Prerequesites:
For those who are studying for pG. psychology, Social work and Nurses
Obiectives:
sensitive psychological management in medical settings.
conceptual skills in psychological interventions in medical settings.
UNIT I. Hospital Setting.
l.
Emotional Adjustment During Hospitalization.
2. Role of Psychologist in Hospitals.
3. Patient PractitionerRelationship.
4. Health and Behaviour.
UNIT II. Stress, Psychosocial factor and lllness.
a) Stress and Health.
b) Psycho physiological disorders.
c) Cardiovascular Desires caner.
d) Stress and cancer.
UNIT III. Coping with high mortality IIIness.
a) Behavioural Causes.
b) Coping, High mortality Illness.
c) Terminal Illness & euality of Life.
d) Accidents Victims
UNIT IV. Mental Health Promotion programmes
a)
b)
Promoting Health in Organization.
Community wide wellness programmers.
c) Meditation and Relaxation Techniques.
d) Stress Management Techniques.
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R-E,FERENCES
l.
Sarafins, E.P(1998) Health Psychology New York: John Willey &
Sons.
2.
Taylor, S.E (2000) Health Psychology. New York: Mc Grew Hill one.
3.
Broome, A & Lhwelyn,
S.(
) Health Psychology- Process and
Application . New York: Chapman & Hall.
Singh, R.(2005). Health Psychology. New Delhi: Global vision
Publishing Home.
5.
Mantin, G. & Pean, J. (2003) Behaviour Modification. New Delhi
Prentice Hall India.
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