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Duration of
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Subjects
SEヽ lESTER
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l l
Paper
III
Research Methodology
Paper
lV
20
20
20
Psychodynamics - Personality,
Learning and Motivation
Practical I Experimental Psychology
(Examinqtion at the end of Semester 2)
0
2
0
2
3 3 3 3 3
0
2
0
2
V Clinical Psychology - I
Paper VI Psychotherapeutics - I
Paper VII Community Psychology
I'aper VIII Holistic Health Psychology
Practical II Diagnostic Testing (Examination
Paper
20
0
8
Neuropsychology
0
8
II
0
8
I']aper
3 3 3
Physiological Psychology
0
8
3
Paper I
llxternal
for Practical i also
SEMESTER 3
Paper IX '-Clinical Psychology - iI
Paper X
Psychotherapeutics - II
Paper Xl
A combined lndian and Western
3
3
Approach to Holistic Clinical
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SCHEi'4T OF I]VA I,UAT'ION
TheevaluationshallbelntetralandexternalTheinternalevaluationrvillbe
The external
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done by the teacher-s'*t.i. ti.
coi-t'i rcted by th; tJnr ':rstty'
evaluatiolVexamination will be
PRACTICALS
for Practical
Examination will be ttlg'tther
trvo sections.
Practical Il Diagnostic Testing in
Practical I Experirnental
Psychotogy and
Marks
Section B
Marks
Section A
I Experim:liti
Psychclcgv
Practical 1l Diagnostic Testing
(1)lntroducingtheexperinrt:nt::(l)tntroducingthediagnostictest
purpose and
(2)
(3)
(4)
20
pro..au.L
25
Results una Jo"urrion
25
presen;;;;
oral
plan and
----'rbr^l---
Bs
izio.r..tUingthe
relevance of the diagnostic
test
15
25
(3) clirrical interpretation of results
-otolqu'r"jg#
of Practical I & tl
85
30
Practical Record
Grand'fotal
200
PAPERS
INI'ERNAL E,VALUAI'ION OI"TIIEORY
for internal assessments will be allotted
Iror every theory paper, marks
6
lbllotvs.
as
6
Test PaPer
Term PaPer
Seminar
,Attendance
5
3
つ 一
Total
i'eedback about the performance
to get a
the
TEST PAPER: The test paper is intended
uitut the test paper and return it to
of the candidate. d;;;il;ed teachei,*tt
studentforfeedbackwithnecessarycommentsandsuggestionstbrimprovement.
knowledge about
review essay on the-existing
isa
paper
term
The
PAPE,R:
TERM
teaching each
,.lutJ ," .".r, pupt' 'fhe teaiherwith
a topic of interest a-,r.,. student
necessary
,.,rrn ii to student for feedback
paper rvill evaluate- the work and
Ioll,r,"r,,, and s u ggesti ons fbr improvement'
agad3mically
presentatron sfuff be on an
SEMINAR: The classroom seminarfL ttty, paper' Content' cotnmunication skill'
relevant topic of l",.r.ri to the student
originalityinanalysisandabilitytodefendargumentswillbeevaluatedbythe
teacher teaching each
paper
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Thereshould.beatleastonetestpaper,onetermpaperandoneSemlr
eaclt paPer
rar for
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*,ra.nt
is
espectecr
to
gain
lirst hurd i.lbmratiorr itlout the actual practice
of'crinical
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its grcrvt6
ancl cun'crit-status. '['he stuclent
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The placement in the outsi<le institr.rion
rur clinical practicum shoulcl
be for a
period of 40 days continuously or
i,rtermittently i rring the 3rd and
4th semesters.
DISSERTATION
The dissertation should be on a pa:iicular
topic
psychology
or allied area
of interest to the student. rne tcuic shouid in ciinical
:oJ
ue ae,
in
consurtation
with the
supervising teacher' who will
make the internal .urtr*itn The research
can be of
or quaritarive empiricari data. Marks are iilorted
for the roito*ng
ffi;}lf,,"e
Intemal
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口`
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l, Introdl15inm
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2.
Research
aptitude r5
2.
studl,
(Cornprehensivc
Rel,ierv of Srudies*
,n ef 4l,sirabre infonnation .rnd
existing lrorvledge related to the stucr )
20
presentat
3. Methodohrgy
Analysis ol'results and discussion
1 I{elbrences,
5.
\ursl srugb
35
35
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nta-l'ttol be avoilable or
m.o-!'
be scan4'.
ltt
.rucir case.r nturkr
be ttllottad.fitr the originalril,and uttiquettrts.s
o.f r,te trork.
卜IINIM IJハ 4
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MARKSFOR A PASS
l'he student should
passing the course in M.Sc.
器1『 雌品ぽ 需腎
171f露 凡
:cI誅
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SCHEME OF MODEL QUESTIoNI),PERI(THEORY PAPERS)
Max. Time:3 Hrs.
│)art A
Max. Marks: 80
'
4 Qucstions given(Questions l tσ 4)oul ofthis an)′ 2 shOuld bc ans、
vered Each
shOuld not cxceed 10ooぃ ′
Ords Each carrics 20 rllarks.
ans、 vcr
(20 x
2:
40 rnarks)
Part B.
.l Questions given (euestions 5
to
g). Out
of this any 2 should be answdred. Each
l0 marks.
answer should not exceed 300 ra,ords. Each carries
(10x2:20Marks)
l']iirt C
given
(euestions 9 to l6) Out of this anv 4 should
Qucsrions
be ansrvered. Each
ans\\,er should not exceed I00 u,ords.
Each carries 5 rnarks.
l3
(5x4:20marks)
4
:
SELECTION PROCEDURE
′̀lr
A candidate having a degree in any subject is eligible. Selection
will be made
a rank list prepared on adding the fisgres : ( 1) Agfregate
percenrage in part III
fr9r1
Main and subsidiaries of the basic qu#i&ing a.frJ" (2) Marks
from written
entrance test and interview and (3) additional rveighlage
of 5 marks each for each
Psychology papers studied in Part III main and subiidiiries
of the basic qualifuing
degree subjected to a maximurn of 40 marks.
ENTRANCE TEST
Candidates are ro underg-o a one hour rvritten test consisting
of 40 objective
type of questions for 80 marks (30 iterns of general Mental AbilityTlntelligence
and
I 0 iterns on Social Arvareness carrying
2 nraiks lbr each item) and an interview for
20 lnarks. Adrnission rvill be rnade adhering to the Govt./University
rules regarding
reservation quata and other priorities.
SE卜 IESTI]RI
些
_1:HYSIOLOGICAL psycHoLOGY
I'}hysiological Irsychology, of Nervous Systern: Central and peripheral
nen/ous system - Ilierarchv of brarn structures brain sleln and cerebellum
- Diencephalons - cerebral hemispheres - Neural bases of behaviour.
つ4
Functional Systems: limbic system - orfactory system : Hippocampal
Ibrmation - Higher cortical functions: functions of neoiortex.
3.
Methods of neuroanatomical research: Staining
chemical/electrical stimulation
4
Psychophysiology of learning and memory: Brain stimulation and
motivation: ESB and response - ESB and drive status theories of ESB
effects - ESB and motivational states.
5.
Physiological correlates of Emotion: centrar, peripheral 'and intermediate
mechanisms, skeletal - muscular and autonornic response in emotional states
- stress and endocrine system, dillbrent viewpoints - categories of stress and
coping strategies - Biofeedback studies - stress and imrnune system.
6
-
scanning
Brain and Consciousness. Levels in conscrousness fbrmation
- anatomical and behavioural asvmmetry of hemispheres.
model
-
-
leisoning _
split brain
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SI]卜 lESTI]RI
PAPER H一 NEUROPSYCH01ノ OGY
l.
llttroduction to neuropsy"t ology. Area of neuropsychology - Conceptual
issues - Historical background - Clinical neuropsychology - Experimental
neuropsychlogY.
2.
'fhe Frontal Lobes: Specific functions of frontal lobe, prefrontal cortex,
Broca's area, orbital cortex, lateralization in the frontal lobe - Intelligence
and frontal
.:
lobe.
.
3.
The Temporal lobes: Specific lunctions of temporal lobe, audition, vision,
4.
'fhe parietal lobes. Specific functions of parietal lobe,
.
language, attention. melnory, temporal lobe and personality.
somatosensory
spatial
perceptions, 'Iactile perception and body sense, language and
orientation, short-term memory and parietal lobe'
5.
. 6.
T'he occipital lobes: Anatomical dir isions, Baslc visual functions, visual
PercePtual Iunctions'
Neuropsychological
testing:
General introduction, M.F,D.T, B'B'D''
I-NNB.
Ileferences
l.
J. Graharn Beaumont (1983). lnlrrxluclim to Neurrrysycfutlog', IJlackwell
Scientilic Publ ications, Oxtbrd. London'
6
Kaplan H'L', sando.t, R.]. (r99i). ()rntprehensive
T.extbook of psychiarry.
Williams & Wilkins, London.
Rhawn
Joseph (1996) Nyt1y.rt1.sychokt5l,,
Ncuropsltchiarry
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and glinical
Kevin valch' (1994) Neurop.syclutrogt;
A ('linical Apprctaclt. churchill
Livingstone pvt. Lrd.. Neu,peitri
illJt|;il
azziotta' (2000)' Rrain h4uppin54:
.'he svstem,r. Academic press,
SEMESTER I
.
PAPER III _ RESEARCH METIIODOLOGY
l.
Ilesearch: Basic concepts (a) steps
of research: probrem - re,ierv or
sampting _ dara coltection _
i"rign _
llff*.:lT::n"r,,r,-.
I:-:-._1*l
attal,sis o[ data (b) Approa.hes:-Ciros,
;;i[;;? #"ff;T,ililXT
nomothetic and ideographic.
2'
I{esearch Dcsign l3xperitrettts. [-ogic
ol'experirnentatio.
and quasi expenrnents
rabora,u'r1, unJ
experinrentar contror
, u.ith a single
subject.
3
4'
5-
-
-
true experiments
methods of
betu.eur gr0ur)s and u,itrrin groups
designs _ desiglr
-
ii"ia""*p..irents _
Research Designs: Passjve ancl observational
methods -. survey quantitative
- descriptiv,e and clualitatii,c.
Analysis of data: Quantitative and qualitative
analysis of the data purpose,
conditions and interpretation. of ma10,
puru-r*oi,
-oi
and
non
parametric
teirniques. conditions and interpr.L,ion
maJ.or parametric and non
pararnetric techniques.
Issues
in research: (a) Internar and externar varidity
(b) Ethicar
issue.
llefcrences
r.
'
2'
f;,l.,fli;,il;,?J#
Boota' K
?
ut.
(teel)
t?c.tcurctt lv{ettuttt.y
in
t,,rychoto54,,. Sage
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3"
.
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Wiler.and Sons inc.. Neu. york
Kerringer, p.N.
_
(r9g7)
Foundations
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of
Behaviourar Research, prism,
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SEⅣIESTER l
PAPER IV:PsYCⅡ ODYNAMICS:PERSONAL∬ Y,LEARNING&
MOTIVAT10N
1'
.' Nature of personaliry- theory, dimensions
personality theories, structural and dynamic concepts.
Introduction
2.
^
of
various
Neo-Freudian theories: Origin and development of Neo-Freudian vierv point.
Jung-Analytical Psychology. Theories of Horney, Fromm, Sullivan and
Erickson.
3.
Humanistic, Phenomenological and Existential theories : Third force in
psychology. Goldstein-Organisrnic Psvchology. Theories of Allport.
Maslow, Roger, Kelly & Laing.
4.
5.
Social theones of personaliq.v . Theories of Lervin & Rotter.
Learning : Concepts - extinction, generalization, discrimination, principles
ol' conditioning - classical and operant, Principles of aversive conditionins
and cognitive learning, Experimental technrques ol- verbal learning, lndian
contributton and mnenronics. lligher order conductivitv - Meaning.
'l'lreories
6.
of
tnotivation
-
rnechanistic
and cognitive
approaches,
psychoanalytic * biological. consrstenc\, - attribution - balance -and field
tlrcorics cnrotion as rnotivation - social lcarning approach.
Illrl;EItlrNCIiS
l.
2.
3.
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,
Bll,
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& Lindzey (1970).
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Hilgard, E.R. & Bower, G H. ( 1975). 'l'lrcories tf'Learning. Prentice Hall
.
lnc., Nerv Jersev.
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Hulse,e.H.'& I)eese, J. (1980). 'l'he P.sychologlt of'l,earning. McGrarv IJill,
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D (re83)
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Kothurkar, V.K. (1985). About l-eurning Memory. Wiley Eastern, New
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Pervin, L.A (1984). Currertt ('<trttrover.;ie.s untl l:;.suc.r in Per.tonallr,, Wiley
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['ervin, L.a (1984). l)cr,rrnru[rtv: l'lrcrtr.t, urul llescttrch. Wrley
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Wolman, B
.lcrser,.
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(
1972). Hundbook of'l'.s.t,c'holriqy. Prentice Hall Inc., New
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Arkes, Il.ll. and Garske, J. {1997). },sychorogicar I'heorie.s
of Motivation,
Brookes Cole, N.y.
10
Kuppuswamy, u. ( 1995 ). rirament.s of Ancient rndian
lrsychorogt vani
Educational Books, Dclhi
SEルIESTER I
PRACTIcAL I― EXPERI卜 lENTAlン PSYCHoLOGY
Psyc h op
I
)
h.v-s i ca
I I\I eth otts
Methods of limits.
Metlrods ol'constant stilnulr
F)xperimental Designs
3.
4.
Ilandomized Block design
-s
l:actorial desrgrr
'I.csts
(r
Randornized group design
of rncntal abilities
, l'n SS (.1.1,. I)ass)
Advanced l)rogressive Matrices
ro
wiPts
Starrdard l)rogressive MaLriccs
l
t
n
e
V
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Coloured l)rogressive Mal"rices lbr Clrrlclren
r
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12.
n
7
8.
9
Mathew'l'cst of Mental Abilities (M-IMA)
I
De'elopnrertal Assessment Scale ror Irrdian Inlants (DAS
Nota; 5'ttttohle ,*nrr:,,r,",r,., nruy
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p,s;yc'httph-y,sic.ul nrcth<td.s
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SE卜 lESTI〕 R2
LINICAL PSYCHOLOGY‐
I
2
I
Clinical PsvchologV and the philosophl,, of'science Flistory of clrnical
ps,vch<llogy - Methods and measurernent in clinical research.
'l
he theoretrcal Ibundation ol'clrnical psycholouy: Gerretrc I'actors
lJrain
mechanism of innate and emotional behaviorl-- Biochemical lactors rn
rncntal disordcr.
●
l.
3.
individual
;,::,."O,Jrr*O
4'
behaviour Cultural
Diagnostic methods: Differentiar.
diagnosis
inventories _ Diagnostic use
olintelligence tests.
5'
determinants
-
of mental \
interview, personarity
clinical
patterns: organic mental
disorders - Neuropsychological
analysis
focat brain resions, seizures una
.o,irli;",;;,,l,,.I1., _ ,r.".h disorders of
_
Psychological aspects of disabi
I ity.
6
cliniё al pattems Of aging _ mental
apprOach
dill'ercnces The
psychosomatic
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IntrOductiO:1 _ dillじ rent sch001s Ol`
thotight_ suppOrtivc
rcstruct uri rre conccpt
つ
-
rvorking through
ltsvcho anal.r,sis.
-
.5
mainlenance and
-
of
de'erop,r.,enl ol transference _
Resolution-oitranslerence appnr"uiions
- current status
Ilehavioral therapy: Basic concepts
re
4
psr choth.crilp)
I)s1'choarralysis: I3asic ooncepts
process of psychotherapy _
Mechanism
.rhe
ps-vc'hotlrerap.\' - 'r he openinu phase
o fD
o l-
- process - Estabrishing a rvorking
lationship - Making a lunctronal anahsis
- Horv to select a target beha'ior
l-he stages of therapy Modification process.
-
Corrective learning technrques: Svstematic desensitization _
flooding _
Assertive training - Aversire techniques 'foken
_
economy
cognitive
Behaviour - Modification techniqucs _ Applications.
Psychotherapy lor substance abuse: Analytical psvchotherapy.
Behavioral
technrqucs - I:xtirrctiorr- Ar er:ron tlrcrapr . c.,\
erl ,"nliir.r,iun - Reraxatrolr
- Asse(ive training - i)rus Counsering -- Arternatiu"-.oping skiils _
N4odi['ing situational and top6graphical parameters
of drinking - Alcoholics
Antln-vmous.
10
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、
プ
REI.'ERENCES
l'
Gambriil, E. (1975)- Rehctvior
mctdiJrcation, Handhook
rntervenr ion and evaruation.Jossey
2
f,TlT;H,$:;fl1r.?,1K:i,;
3.
fl:l3,
t*
,f
a.ssessment,
francisco.
ttt Betruvior T,herapv _ a (_tinicat
guicte Grune
Moctern Ctinicat p,sycttotr)st,
5lii,Tft"irjoj,';tu)
4.
gurr'pubrirn,*,
cBS pubrishers &
J. (1973)i. I'he practice rf.Rehwior
T.heraplt. New york, pergamon
SEル IESTER 2
PAPER VⅡ _cOMMuN「 Y PsYCHoLOGY
community psychology Historicar
background. The power
of paradigms _
Cultural rerativity and diversiry
for the ecorogicar viewpoint.
1.
".-"t.r.
2
l'he transition from comrnunity mentar.
hearth to community psychorogy _
blaming the victim. Models ofio**rnity
change.
3
Strategies and tactics of organrzatio,ar
change Intervention in educational
s-vstem, chirdhood interventi'n
in ecrucationat"ryst.m, .rrii}r""a
intervention
proqrarns, H erberl G i nsbu rg's
a r tc'nra t i'e r o a i suar,r,rilg.i!.*oi
g,,
4
intc「 vcntions
in thc rllcnし 11
cmwnmHy
じonl:1lul11lv (1(、
CmH■1linil(′
、
′
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mi● cttd
nll■
,、
psych010gist as a cOns面 ねnl
11ealtll systcl】 1, crisis illteⅣ
1^_1
`"、and cΠ
枷
O高「′、応g落
,
lt
:i・
l′
cntiOn in thc
品ti羊 7よ ∬ nttI∬
Inter'cntion irr the crirnirrar
.rusr.rce s-vste, punishment, treatment
and
diserirninariz:rtion. Instrtutionar c.harrge
in
the'.oun,
una
raw
enforcing
prevention
agcncies.
of ytolence and'crime by change in police
°取g鳳 肥面
y硝
en
and law
Ibrccment practices.
糊彙
鮮椰為驀掘p
nonprOた ssiOnals.An Overvic、
vO「
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PAPER VIII:Ⅱ oLISTIc HEALTⅡ
I
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3'
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Introduction to principles of various
systems and therapies: Limitations
of
sylxptom therapies' {he process.s of
assimilation (nutrients), stimulation
(toxins) and hearing. The concepts
of bodiry toterance and resistance.
Techniques of health restoration through
the holistic procedures (natural diet
and panchabhootha inreraction).
Th;naturar food of hr;;;-b";"fr.- rrr"
curative effects of naturar food. calorie
theories anJits rimitations.
4'
5.
Food, natural cure and ecosystem for psychorogicauy
a
hearthy life.
,
I'{ealth psychorogl,: An overvien, of
biopsychosociar moder, stress
research, coping mechanisms, etc. and Jhe
their imprication, on .o.inu.y i"un
diseases, hypertension. cliabetes, cancer. t{ealih
locus of control and the
lcanred helplessness thcory. psychoneuroirnlnu,rology.
'l
hc lrolrstic ilrtegration techniclue as a groullr oriented
therap-\, in the
irrdividual and group setting.
RI]FERI.〕
NcI]S
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′
颯 ヽ)4,/c″ 7.s,Orient
Victoras Kulvinskas ('1975).' Survival
Omangod Prcss, Wethersfleld, Conn, U.K.
3'
4
5'
6'
7'
8'
'
PsYCHoLOGY
phirosophies of the major hearing
systems. The concept of health,
diseasei
Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Mo{e1
rurearcir"-failpattry;, Homeopathy and
orthopathy (naturar cure). Merits and
demlrits of various systems of
.
rnedicine.
2'
6.
.CBS Pu昴 山 ∝s &
l)apcrb,ckS,New Delhi
int, tlrc ttrerttl, .fir,tt c.entury
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( 1996). Key
t.rb.'
Hearth Research,
to Heurth,Navajeevan Mudrarayam, Ahmedabad,
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-' - India
' - other
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Madras.
carrington, I1. (1964). 'l.ha Nutttt'ul
Mokebumne Hill, California.
Malcolm Hulke (Ed.)
(197s)
'l'lte
lirtxl o.f N{cil,t, Health
Research,
l'.ttcl,clopuediu ttf'Alternative lv.lclictrte
urtd Self help, Ridem and Company, London.
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Psycho10gy,univcrsity Of Kcrala,Thil
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Tay10r,S.E(1993).臓 α′
r力 Pwcヵ θ()w,McGraw Hill lnc,New York.
出 :ti亀 ″ 鷲
1)臓
α″力杓 εttο ′
鰹 ,Longlllan ttngapOrc PuЫ おh略
仰 a)
SEMESTER 3
PRACTIcAL II_DIAGNOSTIc TESTING
Bender
l
-
Gestalt Test (BGT).
2.
PGI Memory Scale.
3
Locus of Contiol (LOC).
4.
Eysenck Personality euestionnaire (ljpe).
S
l6 I)ersonalill, Iractors (16 lrl:).
6
N4innesota MuItiphasic personalitl, Itrventory
7
I
8
Dillbrential Aptitude't-esr (l)A-t')
9
l'he rnatic Apperception l-est ( I'A'l
10
(MMIrI)
cst of ('rcatir itv
)
Rorschach Ink Blot Test (lntroduction).
SEル lESTER 3
PAPER Ix:cLINICAL PSYCHoLOGY― H
l.
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Chd° gy Le釘 面ng ttc面 s and Bcha宙
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へ
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「 undamcntals Of Psychoanalytic thcOry一
I:織躙ξ
熙驚
Non― Frcudian analytic theorics
だ
掛懸捕TttLM∬ 離
4.
Clinical pattcms: PsychOneurOsis _ schizOphrcnia and related disOrdcrs _
dcpressiOn_PsychOpathy― ―
addictive bchaviOur_sexual dcviatiOnt
5
Dclinquency ― mental disOrdcrs in childhOod _ mcntal health and mental
disorder― psycho10gi9al aspects 01` physical iHness
6
糊冨、
∬
I):総:鳥〔
乱£:[ピ 鰍kThC dhた J“ ychdott a w∝ k―
i詰
〕
s in Clinical Psych010gy
13
,
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1'
Hfi:ffi??"uru,to,
2'
3'
4'
5
6'
(1e65) Handbook of Ctinicat psychotost,
McGraw-
Max Hamirtoh, Frsi's crinicar psychctparhorrgt,
.signs and symptoms. John
Wright and Sons, England.
Michael Gelder, Den's Gath and Richard
Mayon. oxforcr rext book of
Psychiatry. Engrish ranguage book society,
oxrorJuniversity press.
Korchin,. s.J. (r9g6). Mortern crinicar p.sychorogt,
cBS pubrishers and
Distributors, Delhi.
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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
York.
- IV, American Medical Association,
SEⅣ IESTER 3
PAPER X:l》 EXCHOTHERAPEUTIcs―
New
II
Psychothe.apy - the talking cure General
conditrons of psychotherapy. .l.he
differences among therapeutic approaches
つ^
3.
4.
starting Psychotherapy essential processes
-ferminating
psychotherapy. .
-
Fr'nr untlerstan<Iing to actron
[-lur,anistic existentiar psycrrotherap_y crient
centered. Psychotherapy
Logotherapy - Gestalt therapy Critical evaluation
L of existential
$ychotherapies.
Family therapy - The disturbed child Communication
in family. Indications
and contradictions in famiry therap1,. Goals and the process
of farnilvt-
therapy.
D ´
6
.
Group ps-ychotherapy
- 'l'hc encounter group.
'['he c'aluation or- psvchotherapv
The eft-ectrveness
Methodological issues in clinical research.
of
psychotherapr,.
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wolman,
u.B (1965).
Nerv York.
't
cBs
pubrishers &
Handbrok o/'crinicur r,,rycfuilo54t. McGraw Hiil,
carson, R-c. and BuJgher, J N. ( rggz). Ahn*mar Psychorrgt und
Motrern
l,i/b, Harper Collins, N. y.
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Coleman, 1.C., Morris, C.G. and
Glaros, A.G.
l'syc ho I o g1,, a ncr E/fec t iv e
R e hat,
i
orzr, G renvierv.
Irr
(19g7). ()ontemporary
inois
SEMESTER 3
PAPER XL A CoMBINED INDIAN AND WESTERN APPROACH IN
II′ I Iぃ 7_
_、
HOLISTIc
cLINICAL
PSYC五 oLOGY
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―
in Holistic ctinical
*,j11,., ?ij,,,-y,:r,lT_fnnloagrr
norions.
Horistic Approach from: a.
ilitjl;
psychology
_ their
'b*;;;r?"*,l"til
Phenomenological perspictives..
Holistic Approach from a combined Indian
and Western perspectivis: its rationale
2'
3'
and;rd;
The classical Patanjali Yoga in theory
and practice. Its meaning according to
Patanjali & vyasa: Its craisification.
voja esychorogy. yoga Theory of
Personality
Theory of Psychopathology. The Stages
of consciousness
in Theory andYo-gu
Practice. The Therapeuti"
Frocess ur.oiang to
liiu.ruiiue)
Yoga.
western Psychotherapy in relation to the
Classical yoga. The aim of
western psvchotherapies and t'e purpos.
or vogu. Limitations of the
Eastern (yoga) and the western Approaches
when used as independent
therapeutic approaches. Some of -tire
factors contributing torvards
a
Cornbined Approach ol.thc Flast and West.
4'
'Psyclrotherapy
approaches
i,
in
India. Eastern cultural values and the therapeutic
1'he process .f'trrerapy in an East-west
upfrou}, u,
Irdia
co,ple,rentan'. Its irnpr.rcatio.s in H,risiic
5
Cr irricar psvchorogv.
Alternate I'herapeutic Methods j.n Holistic
clinical psychology. Breathing
for llreranertlic relaxalion. arvareness
and insighls. Medirarion for healing
and
grlMh' Introduction to lrastern therapneutic"rnetnoas-
il,
rreifr',rds.
z""n'[a'1,r1",
.
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Ajaya, S- (1983) Yogt P.sychologt. Himalayan
International Institute,
-J Honesdale, pA.
2- Ajaya, s. (1977). l,-ountrations ,/' r:'astern and li/estern p.s1,c11,,Jo*.
Himalayan International Institute, Glenview.
3'
,
4'
s.
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Himalayan International
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Rugental, J'.f
r-(1978). Psychotherapy ancl Process. Fun1amenral.t
li-r i s t e n t i a r H unta n
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i.s t i
c App r:o a c h. aadi
ion wersr
ornstein, R.E. ( rg77). The j,n,cltorog,
Jovanvich, Nerv york.
15
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ry'-an
vassachussetts.
11/ (.)on,rciou5rzc.s.s.
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7C`,Sん 々´′
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Honesdalc,PA
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17'
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S. (1970)- *a1o yrga. Ramakrishna
Vivekananda center,
wafts, A' (rg75). psychotheropl,,
rra.st
and rte';r.vintage, New york.
K. (r9gr) Nt Rouncrary: riu.yte,t
untr r4/cste* Apprrache.. io
personu[ (irowth.
Shambala, LonAon.
wilber,
woods'
j'H' (r966).
yoga
J;ili[??;il'Haich,
F
g1,s1s1n
o/ r,arunjuri. MotilarBanarsidass,
Deihi:
(leI6)
yrga: (lnitinl: tiast
antt wesr,Harper &
SEMESTER
3G PROCESS
1.
History, growth
counselling
-
*.
Th.
";;;;
""*selling.
2.
":HlXffi:i.counselling
3
nature, need and funclions
sci"rtinc urr" ir,
the helping relationshif
in educationat institutions
- sroup guidance
-
counselling in a,changing
society - Developing decision
making skills _
rvorking with chirdren, co"uptes
-'probrem
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