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GENERAL&ACADEMIC BRANCH…
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No.GA IV/J2/4029/07Vol II
Dated,Calicut Universitv PO,07.08.2010.
Read:1.U.0。 No.GAiV/J1/1373/08 dated,23.07.つ 010.
2.Item nc. i ot'the minutes of tire meeting 11 the Bcard of Studies in Psychologi,
PG held on 15.0u.2010
3. Itern no.l,t(a),I(b) of the minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in
Psychoiogy PG held on 02.07.2010
ORDER
As per Universrty Order read as first,Credit Srmester System was irnplemented to
PG programmes in afl-rliated Arts and Science Colieges and Self Financing Centres ol'
the University with effect tiom 2010 admission onwards.
The Board of Studies in Psychology ,vide paper read as second and third,
discussed about CSS at PG level in the affiliated Colleges and finalizecl the syllabus
having 72 Credits and made amendments to the existing list of experiments our cf
which a minirnum of 20 should be conducted. The Board also resolved to allow the
affiliated Colleges to elect two optionals from the list at a time and intimate to the
University.
The Vice Chancellor approved the mlnutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies
in Psychology PG held on 15.06.2010 z:nd 02.07.2010 subject tn ratification b,v the
Acadc.inic Council.
Sanction has theretbre been accorded tbr implementing the Scheme & Syllabus of
MSc programme in Psychology with effect from zol0 adrnission.
orders are issued accordinglv. Scheme and Syllabus appended.
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SYLLABUS FOR AFFILATED
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SCHEME OF M.ScoPSYCHOLOGY
(From‐ 2010 Admission Onwards。
:
I Semester"
No.
PSY l.1
PSY l_2
PSY l.3
PSY l.4
Natne
& Motivation
Personality and Personal
Growth
Phvsiolo8ical Psycholo
Research Methodolo
Core/Optional
Core
Core
Crcdits
Core
Core
4
Ii
Semester
PSY 21
PSY 2.2
PSY 2.3
PSY 2.4
Core/Optional
Core
Core
Core
Core
Core
Semester
No.
PSY 3.1
PSY 3.2
PSY 33
PSY 3.4
Core/Optional
Core
Optional
Optional
Core
Core
IV
Semester
Narne
Opt onal 3
Opt onal 4
Dissertation
Practicum/InternshiP
Total
Credits
4
4
4
2
Core/Optional
Optional
Optional
Core
Core
Credits
4
4
6
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4
4
2
16
Total
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PSY
PSY
PSY
PSY
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PSY 3.5
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Neuro Psychology
Optional I
Optional 2
Practical 3
Field Work (Journal wqlQ
Practical 4
Self de velopment techni$res
Crcdits
16
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Psychopathology
Hcalth Ps
Counseling Psycholo
Practical I
(Experimental
Practical 2
PsychometrY Practical)
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4
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STREAMS OF OPTIoN△ L PAPERS
As per the current relevance of Psychology in different field/areas, 2 Streams were
suggested with 4 Courses each. Among tt .rn ur- academic institution (College) .* ,.t.ei
either one stream at a time or 2 courses each from both streams. (Four courses can be offered
at a time, for a batch Students) in third and fourth Semester M.Sc.
Stream
l.
I:
Clinical Psvchology
Clinicai Psychology
2. Clinical Neuro Psychology
3. Psycho therapeutics - I
4. Psycho therapeutics - 2
Stream
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2: Organizational Psvchologv.
Organizational Behaviour
2. Human Resource Development
3. Consumer/ Marketing
4. Industrial Ciinical Psychology.
2
LEARNING AND MOTIVATION
Semester
Units
-
I
Credit-4
Core Paper - I
I
Basic Concepts - Perceptual learning - Habit learning
Instinctive basis of behaviour - Habituation and sensitization
Urrits
(ii)
-
2
conditioning: (i) Pavlovian conditioning - principles and application
Skinnerian conditioning - Principles and application Reinforcement, stimulus control
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and generalization, Response control and generalization
Units
.
Units
- Propagation learning - Opponent-prdcess tf,eory.
-
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Aversive conditioning.
3
Co8nitive learning: Learning theories of Ftrull, Mowrer. Guthrie. Tohnan and Razran.
-4
Motivation
The Concept of motivation, Historical perspective. the concept of Homeostasis,
Instinct theory, Hedc-,nic and activation theorier- yorng, Meclellancl, Schloasberg,
and
Lindsey. Psycho annalistic and clinical theories, FrauJ, Adler, Jung, Sullivan: Ego
psychological - Erickson and Murray: Bahaviourastic
- Hall, Spance-, Miller, MorwJr,
Tolman. Guthrie and Lewin, field theories Lawin; And Humanistic and Existential
theories.
BOOKS
t. Chaplin..l.P. & Krawice.T.S.(2005) Systems and Theories of Psychology.
New york:Nalt.
う乙
Cotfer.C.N. & Apply (1996) Motivation: Theory and Research, New york: John
wiley and
SONS.
Donals.F.(ed) (2000). Handbook of Psychology. New.Tersey: .Iohn Wiley and
sons.
4
KIein.s.B.
(I
995) Learning: principles and Application. New
3
york: Me Grew Hill
PERSONALITY AND PERSONAL GROtWTH
Senlcster I
Core paper
-
CrOdit-4
2
UNIT。 1.CoNCEPTS&APPROACHES
a' Definitions
-
approaches to the study of personaiity - traits/Modalities
and types.
b. Perspective on personality
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psycho-dynamic. ego psychology,
Dispositionat
learning, Behavioural, Social, Cognitive, Humanistic, phenomenological
and hormic.
c. Assessment 1'echniques.
d. Personality research and applications.
UNIT. 2. THEORIBS OF PERSONALITY AND PERSONALITY
DEVELOPMENT
a. Enrphasis on psychodynarnics
b' Social Psychological
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signiund Freud, carr .rung.
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Adler, Fromm, Horney, Sullivan and Erick Erickson.
c' Emphasis of Personality Strusture/traits Murrays, Gordon,
Allport, Catell, Eysenk.
d' Emphasis on perceived reality Kelly's Personal Construct,
Carl Rogers person
centered theory, Albert Bandura's Social Iearning theories.
e' Ernphasis on Learning
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Skinner's operant conditioning, Dollard,s & Miller,s
S.R.Theory, Albert Bandura's social rearning theories.
INIT .3. Narrow band theories
Type A/B Authoritarian personality, self
Eastern typo10gy I.A.S
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monitoring personality. Type
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4.PersOnal Growth
Approaches
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Humanistic, Individuation of Jung, Psycho-synthesis
of Assagioli, Selfactualization of Malsow, Holistic approaches
and its relationship to Eco psychology.
Transpersonal psychology-approach to
counsering and psychotherapy.
Altered states
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of
consciousness-Physical,
social and psychological bases of
consclousness; Deautornatisation and
methods of altering consciousness.
d'
oriental psychology- characteristics, concept
and psychological elements in Buddhism,
Zen. Sufism and yoga psychology.
References
1.
Fadiman, J. and Grager, R. personarity
and personar Growth. Harper & Row.
2.
Hall and Lindsey. G. Theories ofperson ahty.
3'
Lamberth' J' Rappaport, H.
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Rappaport,
York: Alfred A. Knoj.
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H-ielle'L'A. and Ziegler, D.J.
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Bugental,
J'F'T'(
6' ornstein' R'E'(
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14,t
ed.). John wiley and Sons.
M ( ) personality -
An introduction. New
) Personality Theories. New york: Mc Graw Hill.
) challenges of Humanistic Psychology. New york: Mc Grew-Hill
) The Psychology of consciousness. New yourk: Harcount Brace
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PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHoLOGY
Semester-I
Core paper-3
UNIT。 1:BASIC
CFedit-4
KNOWLEDGE OF NERVOuRSSYSTEM
a.
Central and Peripheral
b.
Hierarchy of Brain Structures.
c.
Methods of neruo-anatomical research.
d.
Structure and fiurction of \euron.
e.
Neural Transmission.
f.
Hormones.
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Nervous system.
UNI .II SENSORY PROCESSING
a.
Properties of the receptors.
b.
Visual pathways and visural coding.
c'
visual acuity, corour zones, colour blindness and corour vision.
d.
'fheories
e.
Auditory pathways and auditory coding
f.
Theories of audition.
g.
Chemoreceptor- functions and theories.
h.
Paradoxical cold and synthetic heat.
i.
Kinesthetics and pain receptors.
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Pain perception theories.
of colour vision.
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PHYS:OLOGICAL BASIS OF EMOTIoN AND MOTIvAT10N
a, Physi010gical cOrrelatcs Of emotiOn.
b.Ly面 bic
systenl,peripheral and interrncdiate rnechanisms Of cmotiOn.
C. Autononlic responses in emotiOnal states.
d.EndOcrine cOrrelates Ofstress―
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Feeding centres in the brain and eating signals-Obё
sity alld anorexia.
Thirst receptors.
g. Ncural rnechanisln Of sleep and,leep disOrdcrs.
h. Dynantics Ofsexual behaviOurs.
UNIT 4:PHYSIoLoGICAL BASIS oF LEARNING AND CoGNITIoN
a. Cortex and learning,hippocalnpus and learning and synaptic basis Of bchaviOur.
b.The theOry OfmemOry cOnsolidatiOn―
c.
llnemory in brain damaged individuals.
Cortical 10calizatiOn language and percepti011.
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d. Levels in cOnsciOusness fOrmatiOn.
b. split brain studies.
Books fOr reference
l.Schlldder,A.M.響
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2 LeukaR 2o∝ )hЮ du面 On
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(2000)PSychd9gy(3rd ed。 ),New Delhi:Rふ abm B。 。k.
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PulliSAcrs and`Distributors.
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Semester I
Core paper 4
Credit 4
UNITS l:RESEARCH
1'
1
Basic concepts
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meaning and characteristics of scientific research
-
fuctorr' affecting,
steps or stages in research.
l'2
Types of Research
- Experimental and Non experimental, Laboratory experiments
and
Field experitrrents and quasi experiment,
Quantitative and eualitative Research. Expost
Facto research. Strrvey research and rypes of experiments.
1.3
Ethical Problems in Research
UNIT 2 : PROBLEM, HYPOTHESIS AND VARIABLES
2'l'
Mear-ring and characteristics
of a problem. sources of stating a problem. considerations
in selecting the problem, fbrmulation of the problem and types problems.
of
?.2,
Meaning ancl characteristics
of a good
hypothesis, Type,s
of hypotherir,
'Erro^
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Hypothesis testing and formulation of Hypothesis
2'3'
Meaning and types of variable. Consideration in the selection
of variables, Control of
extraneotis variahles
-
Iechniques.
UNIT 3 : RBVIEW OF LITERATURE AND DATA COLLECTION
,l '
3.1 .
Review o1'literatr-rre purpose. source
-
3'2'
Data collection
Scales.
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and preparation of Index card.
Observation, Interview, Questionnaires and psychological tests and
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UNIT 4:DЁ sIGNS,ANALYSIs AND REPORT wRITING
O.r,
Meaning, pulpose and criteria of research
design; basic principles
designs
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Experirnental
Types and their analysis techniques;
Single subject and small N designs _
Pre, Tme and euasi experimental
designs and Expos Facto design.
4'2'
A,alysis of data: Qualitative and quantitative
analysis of the data - purpose, conditions
and interpretation of major parametric
and non parametric statistical techniques.
o
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General purpose
of writing a report, structure and format of a
repost (ApI), Style of
writi,g, Typing, Evaluating a report
4'4'
and preparing a researcrr proposar.
computer Applications, personal computers,
computer ranguage, Data
bases,
computer simulations, Laboratory experiments
using computers.
REFERENCES
'1. Breakweil.G.M. et
ar.(2002)Research Methods in psychorogy.
London: Sage
Publications.
2' Broota'K'D
(2p01) Experimental Designs in
Behavioural Research. New Delhi: wiley
Eastern Ltd.
3' Goodwin'C"r'(2003)
.
4'
Research in Psychology: Methods and
Designs. New
Wiley and Sons, inc.
Kerlinger.F.N. (2007) Foundatio,s of
Behaviourar Research.
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PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Semester-2
Core Paper- 2.1
Credit_4
UNIT l:cLASSIFICAT10N,ASSESS_PIIENT AND CAUSAL FACToRS
OF MAIノ ADAPTIvE BEHAV10uRS
I.1.
12
Approachcs tO classincation__cate80rical,dirnensional and hierarchical rnOdels.
Systcms in classiflcatiOn_IcD-lo,DSM_Iv classiflcatiOns.
13
Assessttent Of Abnornlal BchaviOurs―
Case histOry taking一 Mental status
CX,nlinatiOn,PsychOnletl・ y and Computerin assessments.
1.4
Causal fhctOrs Ofル laladaptive behaviOurs_Bio10gical and PsychOsOcial factOrs
UNITS 2:PATTERNS OF MALADAPTIvE BEHAVIOuRS
2.1.
Stress and Adjustment disorders.
2.2.
Anxietydisorders.
2.3.
Mood disorders.
2.4.
Somatoform disorders and Dissociative disorders.
2.5.
Personalitydisorders.
2.6.
Substance use disorders.
2.7.
Sexual Dysfunctions and Deviations.
2.8.
Schizophrenic and Delusional disorders.
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UNIT 3: BRAIN DISORDERS AND OTHER COGNITIVE
IMPAIRMENT
3.1
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Brain in-rpairment and adult behaviour.
3.2. Acute Organic disorders.
3.3.
3'4'
Chronic organic clisorders.
Organic disorders due to substance use and
other toxic
substance. '
UNIT 4:DISORDERSIN CHILDH00D AND ADOLEscENCE
4.1.
A4aladaptive behaviOur in different life periods.
4.2.
The classif19atiOn Ofchildh00d and adOlescent disorders.
4.3.
BchaviOural and EmotiOnal disOrders in childhood.
4.4.
Mental RetardatiOn.
4.5.
speciflc learning disOrdcrs,
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4.6.Pervasive Devb10pment al DisOrders.
4.7.
Planning fOr child and ad01escent rnental health.
REFERENCES
l.CarsOn.R.C,Butcher.J.N&MinekaoS.(1995).AbnormaI Psych010gy and MOdern Life
(1 lth editiOn).
2.Kaplan,SadOck,Grcbb(1994).Synopsis Of Psychiatry(8山
editiOn).
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3.COmer.R.J.(1996).Fllndamentals OfAbnorlnal Psych010gy,N.Y.,W.H.Freeman&
CO.
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Core Paper- 2.2
UNIT 1 : AN OVERVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY A]\D
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1.
Need fbr Heahh Psychology
1.3.
Flistorical Evolution-physiology, Diseases and Mind.
1.4.
Current Perspectives on Health and illness.
1.5.
Relating Healtli Fsychology to Other Fields.
.6.
1.7.
HEALTH
Mind-tsod1, reiationshrp
1.2.
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Credit‐ 4
Goals of Health Psychology
Training and Career prospects in Health psychology
UNIT 2 : BIO.PSYCHO-SOCIAL FACTORS IN ILLNESS
2.1.
NLrtrition and behaviour.
2.2.
Life Styles and Risk Factors.
2.3.
Stress: Bio-psycho-social f'actors and Illness.
2.4.
Psycho-Physiological Diseases.
2.5.
Psycho-Neuro Immunology: AIDS, Cancer. Arthritis.
UNIT 3 : PAIN & DISCOMFORT
3. I
.
The nature and symptoms of pain
3.2.
Theories of pain.
3.3.
Bio-psycho-social aspects of pain.
3.4.
Assessing Pain.
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UNIT 4:CHRONIC AND LIFE THREATENING HEALTH
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PROBLEMS_MANAGEMENT
4.1.
Adjusting to a Chronic lllness.
4.7.
Impacts of Different Chronic Conditions
4'3'
Psycho-social Interventions for People with Chronic
Conditions: psycho-education,
Relaxation and Biofeedback, Cognitive approaches, preventive
counseling.
REFERNCES
l.Saralino.E.P.(1998).Health Psych01ogy.(3rd Edn).New York,」
Ohn Wiley&SOns.
2.Tay10r.S.E.Hcalth Psych010gy(3rd Edn.)New York:McGraw Hill lnc.
3. GibsOn.H.B.,Psych010gy,Pain and Aneathesis,London.
4.Allllabel Br00me and Suc Lbwelyn,Hcalth Psych010gy―
PrOcess&ApplicatiOn,New
o York,Chapman&Hall.
5.Rabir Singh(2005)Health Psych010gy.New Delhi:910bal ViSion Publishing House.
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COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOCY
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UNIT l.INTRODUCTION TO CONSELLING
l l.
1.2.
1.3.
DclinitiOn of COunscling.
,
[)istinction between Counseling and PsychOtherapy..
Goals of cOunseling
l.4.
Historical Devclopment ofthc COunscling ProtssiOn.
1.5.
COunseling process and inethOds_characteristics of helping relationship
charactcristics of an Effective COunseling relationships.
1 6
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Counseling Procedure/Skills― Initial procedures,the lnitial COunseling lntervie、 vs,and
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Counscling skilis.
1,7.
COunscling Procedurcs/Skills‐ II.Advanccd Empathy,theme idcntincation,seli
disclosure and lnterpretation;Action strategies‐
Role playing,BehaviOural techniques,
Decision― rnaking Methodologies and problern― solving strategics.
1.8
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Principles and prOcedtlres of Group Counseling.
UNIT 2. THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO COUNSELING
2.1.
For-rndations of Counseling-Philosophical, Sociological, Psychological ancl
Developmental.
2.2.
Affbctive approaches to counseling-Psychology names-client-centered therapy, Gestalt
therapy ar-rd Existential Therapy.
2.3.
Cognitive Approaches to Counseling-Rational-Emotive therapy, Transactional Analysis
and Trait- factor
counseling
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2.4.
Behaviouristic approaches to counseling
Therapy.
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Behavioural counseling
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2.5.
C:
Cornpar.ison of the major counseling approaches.
UNIT 3. COUNSELLING IN DIFFERENT SETTTNG
a
3.1.
Fanrily setting
3.2.
Education setting
3.3.
Vocational setting.
3.4.
Hospital setting.
3.5.
Community setting.
3'6'
Special popuration
3 '7
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women, the handicapped and the Aged.
Special problem in counseling
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Human Sexuality, 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 progressive Muscular
4.3.
Yoga relaxation.
4.4.
EEG, EMG, Bio-feed back relaxation.
4.5..
Transcendental Meditation (TM)
4.6.
Prof'essional Issues in counseling.
4'7
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Evaluation of counseling
Relaxation.
,
- purpose, Difficurties and criteria.
REFERENCES
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.I.S., Modem Clinical psychology (19g6). Delhi:IBs.Publishers bndl
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Kottler.J.A. and Brown.R.W.(2000). In introduction to therapeutic counseling
ed
3.
ition) California Brook
s/Co le
publishing Company.
George' L.R., and Crisiani.'f. (1981) Theory. Methods of processes of Couns'eling and
Psycho therapy. New Jersey: Prentice Flall inc. Englewood and cliffs.
4.
Patterson.E.L.. and welfel.E.R. (1g99). The counseling process
15,r,
edition)
Califbrnia: Brooks/ Cole Publishing Comapany.
5.
(4th
Sreedhar. K.P. ( I 996,) Guided Somato-Psychic
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Experiments Psychology
Practical
Semesler 2
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Core Paper- 2.4
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Critical ftlsiOn fl・ equency
A■ er
IⅢ lges
AuditOry 10calizatiOn
Apparent movement(Phi PhenOmena)
Gettalt grOuping principle
Judging EInlotiOns using facial expressiOns
Color preference(Ranking and Paired cOmparisOn methOd)
Rcaction timc(simple and chOice)
Effect OfRest interval in fatigue
Tran and Error learning
Trail fOr of learning
Massed verses spaced learning
Spced 6flnlagcry.
Psych6 Physical MethOds.
Meth61 6flimits(AL and DL)
Meぬ 中 Of COnstant stimuH(AL and DL)
Method of average ever(AL and DL)
B」 ghttё ss Disc」 minatiOn
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Psychometry Practical
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Practical
Semester
II
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Corc Paper-2.5.
Segun Form Board
Draw a man test
Colored Progressive Matrices
Standard Progressive N{atrices
Weschler Adult Intelligence scale
Mathew Test of Mental Abilities
Bender Gestalt Scale
Edward Personal Pref'erence Schedule
Rorchah Ink Blot Test
Advanced Progressive Matrices (ApM)
Eysenck Personality euestionnaire
Sixteen Personality Factor
Test of Creativity
Thematic Apperception Test
Locus of Clontrol
Sornatic lnk Blot Test
IASRatingScale
NeuroiPsychological test
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M.M.P.I.
Aptitti[e Testing.
Study of Values and Interest
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NEUROPSYCHoLOGY
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UNIT l.INTRODUCTIoN
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Areas Of Neuropsych010gy
l.3.
Research studies ofthe 1 91l century
l.4. Techniques OfNcuropsych010gical t6sting
UNIT 2.ANATOMIcAL AND FUNCTIoNAL ORGANISATIONs
2.1.
The fronta1 10bes: Speciflc functiOns Of frOnta1 10be,prefronta1/cOrtex, Broca's area,
Orbital centre,lateralizatiOn in the frOntal 10b_Intelligence and fronta1 loも
e.
2.2.
The tempora1 19beS: Speciflc ftlnctiOns Of t,mpora1 10be,auditiOn,visiOn,language,
attention,rnemory and personality.
2.3.
The partia1 10bes: speciflc functiOns ofparicta1 lobe,sOmatOsensory perccptions,tactile
pcrceptiOn and bOdy sense, language and spati91 0rientation, short―
term.mel■ 6ry and
i parieta1 lobe.
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2.4.IThe Occipital lobes:Anatomicd divisiOns,basis宙
│、
sual functiQns and Vi110 perceptual
lhnctions.
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language and thc Amygdala,thc limbic system and testOsterone,sexual11111,tion and
heterosexual device,the hOmOsexual limbic system.
II II
33. Hippooampul:Arousal,Attention and ll■ libition,Learning and Memory.‐
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UNIT 4:HEMISPHERIC AYMMETRY
Individual variation in anatomical asymmetry _
4.1.
Sex differences
and Environmental
effects.
42.o
Concept of cerebral dominance: Visual. visuospatial, tactile
and auditing perception,
language and memory.
4.3
Agencies of the Corpus.Callosum.
4.4.
Functional asymmetry in Normal subjects.
REFERENCES
1.
2
(1994).
Neuropsychology
B。
(Lt),
London i
(1986).IntrodllctiOn
Churchill Livingstone,
to Physiological Psychology, New
3.
4.
5.
Mapping: The
Systems.
、Press.
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1.´
JOURNAL WORK
´′イ
Semester
-
3
Core paper 3.2.
Crcdit_2
During the third semester, students have tO cOnduct fleld cxperilnents in psych010gy
namely、 systematic Observati011, Interview, cOntent Analysis, care studies i‐
and Text
construction.Though this prOvideS prttctical applicatiOn of their under standing ii scientiflc
method01ogy, lt includes specinc Ottect市 es like cOnducting ObservatiOn amOng clients
backgrOund cOnecting and analyzing data frorn a wide range Of sample, systematicany
planning their rescarch methOd010gy,devё 10ping skills needed tO be an interviews Or trainer Of
interviewers,Analyzing a descriptive data,cOnducting variOus kinds Of case studies and case
analysis and deve10ping and standardizatiOn of tests,questiOnnaires and inventOries. All the
above neld works havc tO be dOnc by the studcnts indi宙
dually except test cOnstiuction under
the guidancc Of respective faculty mcmbers.
a)SyStematic ObservatiOn
ln this the students have tO cOnduct a minor study in which systematic ObservatiOn
should bc adopted as the methOd Of data c01lcction.The samples are Of thさ
variables have to be observed by the student and the data be discussed.
beha宙 。ural
The MethOd Of
observatiOn,and its practical applicatiOn amOng the sample have tO be studied tO leVelop a
skill in scicntinc observation.
b)Ilterview
:
llA psychdOgtt shOdd pOssess sul h hervた
宙
ng.h
Stud,1l have tO COnduct a minor bvel study in whth inter宙
tts iddeⅢ
Ⅲ ,・
C斌
e
ew shOdd be ad831さ d as the
meth“ of data cOnec● 。n.Any ofthP rcl「 Vant beha宙 OrdvaHaЫ
eshavetOtesi:i晶 through
摯
iS■ thOd・ Differem knds Of htervた w,■ s
pracic」 叩 メ お江10ns
ac.shOdど
bぎ 止nown t。
the Sludent a10ng with their skill developlment in interviewing and tO be a trainer Of
intervicwing.
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C)COntent Analysis
lnぬ お smdents should devdOp a sHH in andy」 ng cOntei Of data cdhlted.For ths
the stud9ntS havc tO practical sessiOns Of analyzing cOntents Of writtcn, printed, vocal, or
pictu五 zed
data.A ttinor bvd study can be planncd with this purposc alld analシ
SiS Can be
conductcd This can be with a pllrpose Ofidentitting a particular psycho10gical factOr/variablc
or witrr a general analysis aim.
d)
Case studies
Diiterent
kinds
Of cases
namely
clinical,
vOcational,
EducatiOnal,
persOnal,
organizational ctc, can bc studied by the student,、 vith a thOrougll analysis of thc background
prccipitating factOrs,on set treatinents undergone,cOnsequences and efflciency,lol10w up and
rchabilitatiOn prOccdures.This can be dOnさ in al leaSt 5 numbers,from different areas.The
cases can be cOllcctcd from the cOnsultancy services available in the department, nearby
mental hcalth care institutiOns,organizations,ncar by 10cality or during thc cducational trips of
instittitions.
e)TeSt Construction:
This is a grotlp、 vOrk. The student grOup have tO deve10p a test in Psycho10gy alld standardizc
wili the help Of a supcrvising teacher. The selection Of the variable can be accOrding to the
areas ofintcrest ofthc tcacher and thc students.
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ゝ
ll the fleld expcrirnents have tO bc prescntcd in the class and it has tO be stibnlittcd ass
a Written reC6rd tO the Hcad Of the Department,in dOublc cOpy,bcfore 3rd semester written
exami,atiOn One cOpy will be returned tO the student aner valuatiOn,whcre as tle 6ther copy
wi111bё
rctained in the department library,as the academic wOrk cOnducted there.[Students
calt pЧ blish
the study with thc guide,if necessary,when the cOurse is Ovcr]
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SELF DEVELOPMENT PRACTIcALS
Semester
III
Core paper
-
3.3
Credit _ 2
lntroduction Regarding the scope and application of Eastern and
W.rt.rn
Techniques and their practicat appfication. (Holistics Health psychological
l:r^t^Y:t,cal
Aspects.)
1. Techniques of Meditation.
'
Transcendental Meditation
Yogic Meditation
2. Relaxation
Yoga nidra
Yoga (patajali)
Deep breathing relaxation exercise.
JacobsonsprogressiveRelaxation
Hypnosis induced Relaxation.
.
.
3. Bio-feed back training
Using Brain waves
EMG
4.
-
EEG
Self awareness through
Social Skill Development
. Stress management Techniques.
Counseling skills.
しL F I
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CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
Elective Paper-1.1
,Credit-4
UNIT.T. NTRODUCTIOI{
1.1
.
The Brian Hypothesis
The Neuron Hypothesis
Modern Development
1.2.
Methods and concepts
-
The Black Box approach: Ablation; StimLrlatio,:
Neurochernical Manipulations; Electro-psycho-logical studies;
and
Introspection and Conceptual analysis.
UNIT.2. BRAIN DAMAGE AND FUNCTIOI\AL IMPAIRMEI\T
2'l'
Aphasia
-
Classification, Examination, Varieties of Aphasias and their location;
Disturbance of single language
2.2.
rnoclality.
t
Alexia-classification, Syndromes of alexia, assessrnent, treatment and
prognosis.
2.3.
Agraphia - Classrfication, Assessment. Relationship of Linguistic and Motor
a
graphics to other neuropsychological disorders.
2.4.
Acalculia
-
Varieties of acalculia, locaiization of acalculias, hemisphoreic
specialization for calculation; Developmental Dyscalculis .- clinical assbssment
and recOnt liDrmulation Of calculatiOn disOrder.
2.5.
Body Schcme E)isturbanccs‐
1
1
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‐.
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11:■
a・
Fhger Agnoda― DevdOpmemd aspc∝ s,Bcha宙 Ourd correheヽ
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correlates,Finger agnosia and reading disability.
│‐
│,mical
、
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b.
Right― Lett Dis9rientation― De↓ elopmcntal aspects,Basis ofrigh:二
101
orientation,impairnlent in patient、 vith brain discase.
2タ
│
0
.
, 2.6.
Apraxia
-
Definition, Examining and testing varieties of apraxia,
Neuropathology, Treatment and Recovery.
2'7
'
Visuo Perceptual, Visuo spatial and Visuo constructive
disorders
-
Visual
analysis and synthesis
2'8'
Agnosia - Nature of recognition, Visual agnosia, Auditory
Agnosia, Somato
t
sensory agnosia.
2.9.
Neglect and related disorders _ Definition, Testi4g for
neglect and related
disorders.
2'10'
Emotional disorders associates with neurological disease
-
Hemispheric
Dysfunction, limbic system, Dysfunction, basar ganglia
disorders.
. 2'11' Amnesia
Disorders - General symptoms of permanent amnesia,
Amnesia
fol I owing bi lateral lesion, Antereo grade amnesi
a.
UNTT.3. DISCONNECTION SYNDROMES
3. I
.
. 3.2.
The Behavioural effects of disconnection
Hemispheric disconnection systems.
3.3.
Lesion effects reinterpreted as disconnection syndromes.
3.4-
Experimental verification of disconnection effects.
UNITS.4. NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT
4.1.
' 4'2'
objectives and approaches of Neurologicar assessment.
Neuropsychological examination
-
Computer based assessment, radiological
imaging and electrical investigations.
4'3'
Assessment of intelligence and cognitive abilities, deficits
in visuai f-unction,
sensory motor impairment, visuo perceptual impairment, impaired
language
written, memory etc.
ノグ
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REFERENCE
l Ke宙 n
Walsh(1994)。 NeurOpsycA010gy,3rd Edn.Churchill LivingstOn.││
Edinburgh,London.
2.Kenneith M.Heilman and Edward Valensation(1985).CliniCal Ncuro
Psych010gy,New Yorki Oxお rd
l、
University Press.
3.Bryan Kolb and lan Q Whishaw(1996).Fundarnentals Of Human Neuro‐ ・
Psychology.New York:W.H.Freeman and CO.
.
4. Schneider and TOrshes(1986). IntrOductiOn tO Physi010gicaI Psychology.
▼
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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
EIcctive-12
Credit-4
Unit l
a' Clinical Psychology and the Philosophy of science History
of clinical psychology methodsandmeasurementsinclinicalresearch.
b' Clinical Psychology as a profession. The Clinical Psychologist at work,
relation with
other professionals - Ethics in Clinical psychology.
Unit
2
Theories applied
Phenomenological
Units
-
in
Clinical psychology
Iirterpersonal
-
Biological
-
Mlntal
Psychodynanic _ Bchavioristic _
Health.
3
Determinants
of Abnormal Behaviour: Genetic features Brain mechanism of innate
and emotional behaviour. Biochemical factors in mental disorders
Psycho-social and Cultural
Determents, Ecological and Anthropological determinants of mental
disorders.
-
I
Units
4
Diagnotic Methods
Differential diagnosis - Interview, Personality inventories (Diagnostic use
ol
Intelligence tests). The Rorarshach'Inkbolt Method
Thematic
Apperception
method,
Psychiatric diagnosis and nomenclature and classification.
BOOKS
l"iarson
and Butcher (1998)
.
Abnormal Psychology andd Modern Life. New Delhi:
Haper colliness College publishers.
つ4
Kaplan&sadock(1998).Comprehensive Text B00k Of Psychiatry.New Delhi:,Warerly
Art Ltd.
うD
KOrChin s.」 .(1986).MOdem clinical Psychology.Delhi:CBS Publishers and‐
i:
Disi面
4.
buters.
り 珈
Wm智
1‐
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d PSyChO10…
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PSYCHOTHERAPEUTICsttI
I
Elcctivc Papcr-1.3
UNIT。 1。 NATURE
Credit-4
OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
a)Generalandspecificfactorspromotingchangeinpsychotherapy't
b)
course of psycho therapy-rnitial phase, Middre phase and
terminal phase
c)
Therapeutic perspectives
d)
-
'
'
'
Dynamic, Behaviouristic, Humanistic and Interpersonal
The Evaluation of psychotherapy: Issues of Research.
UNIT II. PSYCHOANALYSIS
a) Basic concepts
b) The airn of psychoanalytic therapy.
c)
The Process of Psychoanalytic therapy.
d)
Current status of psychoanalysis.
UNIT HI.HuMANISTIC―
a)Client_centred psyOho ther町
EXISTENTIAL THERAPY
.
)y.
b) Logo therapy.
c)Gestalt therapy.
‐.
:[
■
‐
d)TransactiOnal Analysis and RatiOnal,motive therapy_salient features.1111‐
UNIT IIL T皿 遺
■tll
11
‐
PY FOR INTER
PERSONAL RELAT10NSHIPSI.1
111`│ │
a)'Fa面
ヶ
merttI PathdOgy and cOmmu■ c面 On h famⅢ eシ hdc面 Ons袖
i contradiciOns for family therapy,gOdS andprOcessoffamlytherapy・
り Group
psychotherapy一 MOdels and process ofgroup therapy.
41
111‐ │
││
→ Encounter groups― T_Groups alld sendu宙 ty trdning,liDrms Ofencounter ttFlupS.
へ
.
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d)
Psycho flrama
I
-
principles, process and salient
features.
REFERENCES
1.Korchin,S.J.MOdern Clinical Psych010gy. Delhi: CBs.Publishers and Distributors.
、
2.Kalpan H.et al.(edS)(1980)COmprehensive Text Book Of Psychiatry.Lond6n:
WiHialns and Wilkins.
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PSYCHO THERAPEUTIcs II
,
ElectiVe Paper-1.4.
UNIT l.BEHAVIOuR
1.I
│
―
Crcdit-4
Ⅳ10DIFICAT10N,TECHNIQUES
AND RAT10NAI:E-1
Classical and operant cOnditiOning,and vicariOus cOnditiOning.
1.2.
Radical and Neo― behaviOuristic I)crspectivc.
13
Techniques Ofreinわ rcement,ExtinctiOn and respOnse elinlinatiOn―
‐
cOntingency
nlanagernent,graded cxposure,covert sensitizatiOn卜
legative practice,stilllulus
satiation.
14
Avcrsion thcrapy一 Paretic and cheFniCal aversion,vcrbal aversiOn.
UNIT 2.BEHAVIOUR MODIFICAT10N TECHNIEQUS AND RAT10NALE一
21.
RclaxatiOn Based techniques_JPレ lR― systcmatic―
DcsensitizatiOn― _In vitro一 invivO
floOding and imp10siOn Yoga based tcchniqucs.
2.2
BiOtcd back EMG,GSR,EEG etc.
23.
MOdcning Tcchniqucs and clinical cOnditions.
2:4.
Assertiveness training and sOcial skills training.
UNIT'
4.1
.
II
III.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY
Rationale and techniqLres of CBT.
4.2.
Rational Fmotive Therapy.
4.3.
Stress inoculation therapy.
4.4.
Beck's Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
4.5.
Self control Techniques.
4.6.
Cognifive Therapy in psychosis.
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UNIT 4.EVALUATION OF BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENT10NS AND
CURRENT TRENDSIN BEHAVIOUR THERAPY.
4.1.
Currё nt Practices― Future trends,
42
EvaluatiOn of Process and(Dutcome.
4.3:
‐
Ethics and PrOfessiOnal issue in BchaviOurヽ 4odiflcation.
REFERENCES
l.CarsOn,C.R.Butcher,JoN.&Mineka,S.(1998).Abnormd psych010gy品
o Life(10山
eln)・
とMOdem
LondOn:Harper C01lins COllege Publishers.
2.Gariedd,S.L. and Bergin,A.E。
(1986)Handbook ofpsychO therapy and Bchaviour
change(Edn)New York.JOhn Winey and wilkins.
3.Kaplan,H.et al(Eds)(1990).COmprehensive T'ext B00k OfPsychiatry.London:
Williams and wilkins.
4
・ Korchin, S.J. Nlodern Clinical Psychology. Delhi: CBS Publishers
and Distributors.
5
Rimm, D.c. and Masters,.l.c. (1979). Behaviour Therapy.
New
york.
Academic
Press.
6 Sreedhar)K.P.(1996).Guided SOmatO Psychic RclaxatiOni Thil・
uvananth,PЧ
Fam Lifc.
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ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Elective Paper 2.1.
ー
Credit-4
UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION TO ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
a)
Tl-re concept
b)
Organisation and it's External Environment.
c)
Organisationsal Goals.
d)
Organisational the,:ries,
e)
Internal organizations.
0
Foundation competencies for lndi.,,idual and Managerial effectiveness.
of organization.
UNIT 2. INDIVIDUAL PROCESS
a)
Job attitudes.
b)
Motivation in the worl< setting
c)
Motivating perfbrmance: Goal setting and Reward systems.
d)
Work stress.
UNIT 3. GROUP AND INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES.
Group and Team behaviour.
b)
Power and Political Behaviour.
c)
Conflict and Negotiatic'rn.
d)
Leaderships: Foundations ofcontemporary development.
e)
Interpersonal communication.
一
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a)
・ 一
・
一 、 一
・ ・︲ ・ ¨
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UNITS 4. ORGANISATIONAL PROCESSES.
a)
Decision in Organisations.
b)
Organisation Design.
c)
Organisationai culture.
a
d) Organisational
e)
change and development.
Control and Effectiveness.
REFERENCES
1.
Hellriegal,D.S10cum,J.W.&w00dnan,RoW。
(2001)。
OrganisatiOnal
BehaviOur(9山 edn)singapore:SOuth_Westem COllege Publishing.
つん
G五 ffln(2005).OrganizatiOnal BchaviOur,Managillg peoplc and organizations.
New Delhi,Bistantrs.
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HllMAN RESORCE DEVELOPMENT鋤
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Elective Paper -2.2.
Credit_4
UNIT。 1.HUMAN
REゞ OuRCE MANAGЁ MENT
a b
Introduction-imponance of HRD-functions and Activities
of HRM-HRM department.
HRM in Dynamic Environment
- Globalisation and it's HRM rmplications -
Re-
engineering work force fbr improved prociuctivity.
C)
Legal co,sideration and Fmployee rights
right and Ethical
- Equar employment opportunity -
issues.
Emproyee
t
UNIT 2.ACQUIsITION OF HUMAN RESOURCES
a)
Man pOwer Planning:Uses and beneits Ofhan power planning prOblems ttd
liinitations― Anticipating inanpower needs―
Man pOwerinventory一 Man power
planning steps and lnethOds.
b)
・
Designing and Anlysing JObs:Critical issues in analyzing and designingjOol:Job
desigtt qualines,approaches and Activities―
information
0)
-
」
Ob
・
11:i
redeisigtt JOb andysis二 ‐
a6d for
五
structured procedures and methods _ steps.
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4anpowerselectionprocessesandstebsisourcesandinethodζ
OfObtaininlllb
appltants― increadng thc pod Ofpotendally qualined appltant sdecdon devlles
Recruiing Sources― AcI宙 tics_selecdonandllacementdedsiOnssinglelお
:ユ tor,
multipJe predictor and Assessment Centre approach
げ
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UЩ T3.DEVELOPⅣ IENT AND
a)
Ⅳ10TIVAT10N
Man power training and development
-
Management development programmes
OF HUⅣ lAN RESOURCES
Employee orientation and training
-
-
.
Training formulae career development
tecliniques
b)
Job changes, promotions, Transfers, and dislocations
-
promotion and transfer policies.
Term-nations and other dislocations. Job enlargement, enrichment policies:
C)
Personal productivity through motivation strategies. Incentives
financial. Employee rights
-
rights to job
-
rights on
-
financial
-
Non
job. Working scheduling
and
motivation and rewarding the productive Employee.
d
。
Performance Appraisal
-
concepts
-
Characteristics
-
Objective. Validation of Tests -
Types of tests and appraisal techniques and performance management.
UNIT 4. MAINTENANCE OF HUMAN RESOURCES.
a)
Compensation and Administration: Total compensation
.
Performance based pay. Types of incentive plans. Indirect compensation
environmental impact on in direct compensation
Administrative issues
and social security
-
Wages, salary, Boniis, and
ii
-
fqi{Aal and
r;l=
-
Protection procedures = , , l,t
Ii'
'i
I i ,i,ii,;
benefits of indirect compensation. Emphyee fringftifi+iBnt,
I
.
-
,l . r ...1r
Employee benefits
Workers participation in
b)
-
- types and objectives. eualiry of:d,;;k life
il;li
Management.
,
jl,f
!'!1rr
Labour relation and collective Bargaining Elfective Human relations, industrial
,t
relations, Industrial disputes. Collective bargaining
Industrial
discipline.
-
negotiation Arbitration an6
:
滋
c)
Organizational counseling - Psychological Testing and diegnostic in organizations
-
Types of tests, factors etTbctrng psy'chological tests results, use of tests in c(rlrnseiing,
tests interpretation tn counseling and diagnosis with tests, scope and limitation
of
testing and rliagnosis in organizational settings. Employee Assistance
O.o*ru.n..r.
REFERECES
l.
TAPOMOY DEB (2006). Strategrc Approach to Human Resources Managemenf concepts,
Tools Application. New Delhi; Atlantic Publishers ancl Distribtrtors.
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。 CONSUMER/MARKETING
PSYCHOLOGY
ElectiOe Paper 2.3.
Credit_4
UNIT l.sTUDY OF CONSSUMER BEHAVIOUR
1
.
Diversity of consumer Behaviour and Ethics in Marketing.
2.
Consumer Research
3,
Market segmentation
-
History and conducting.
-
Bases, criteria and implementation.
UNIT IT. CONSUMER AS AN INDIVTDUAL
1.
Motivation
-
Nature, Types, Measurement and Research.
?
Personality
-
f'heories, consumer diversity and self and self-image.
3. Perception- Dynamics, consumer. Imagery
4'
Learning and Consumer involvement
5.
Attitudes
6'
Communication
-
-
and perceived Risk.
Theories, reinforcement and Brand loyalty.
Model, formation and change, and theories.
-
Components, process and designing persuasive communication.
UNIT HI.THE CONSSUMERS DECISSION… MAKING PR
11‐
.
measurement and prOflle and flrlll's promOtiOn strategy
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Difflsion of innovation - l'he diflusion
progess and the Adoption process. A
profile of the consumer innovator.
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Consumer Decision Nlaking: Choosing ancl consuming
-
Decision, level-s of
consumer ciecision rnaking, views and model, and consumer Gifting Behaviour.
UNIT IV.CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR AND SOCIETY。
1.
Consumer Behaviour Applications to profit and not-for-profit Marketing
-
Health
care Marketing, Political Marketing, the rnarkcting of social causes and
Environmental Marketing.
2.
Public policy and consumer protection
-
Deceptive Advertising and Consumer
Research.
REFERBCBS
l.
Schiffinen, L.G. & Kauuk, L.L. (1998). Consumer Behaviour. New Delhi:
Prentice Hall of India,
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INDUSTRIAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY。
Elective Paper_2.4
credit_4
a)IndIStrial ClinicJ psychology一 MOdd,COntrol,Causes,Treath品
t ttd
co"ection actiOn.
b)ヽ lental
:
Hcalth in the wOrkplace:TOward an integratiOn ofOrgalli2ational
and Clinical Theory.
`
C)Mental Health and Disabilitics,the Employer and thc Law.
UNIT 2.STRESS AND WORK
a)MOdels Of wOrk stress.
b)Effects OfjOb stress On Mental and Physical Health.
C)The unbalanced Life: WOrk and mily conflict,
'ai
Safety and Health.
e)
Maintaining a healthy work environment.
f)
Occupational Hazards and risks.
g) Accident process.
h)
UNIT
Interventions in Occupational Stress.
III.
EFFECT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY ON WORK
a) Depression in the work place.
b)
Bipolar disorders.
c)
Generalized Anxiety disorder.
d)
Social anxiety disordef, specific phobias and panic order.
t)
PfSo in the workplace
l.
};,,
f);
'i,i'Seizophrensis
g) .;Snti social personality disorder.
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Borderline personality disorder.
Eating disorders.
Traumatic Brain Injury in the workplace.
Insomnia.
UNIT H12.EFFECTS DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOUR AT WORK。
a)Alcohol and Drug.
b)SOCial Dysfllnction.
c)Angcr,Hostility and ViOlcncc.
d)Harassment and discrimination,
c)Absentceism
fl Passive― Aggressive Behaviour.
IV.1.SPECIAL GROUPSIN ORGANISATIONAL COUNSELLING
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Chronic absentees.
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Accident proneness.
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Employee with family problems.
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Employees with alcoholism and drug addiction.
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Maladj uSted employees.
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Counseiling the indsciplineci.
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Setting up the counseling cell in organization.
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IV。 2.
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b)
XAT10N TECHNIQUESIN IoC SETTING
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Glheral aspocts ofrelaxation Training.
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Physical methods of relaxation
- progressive relaxation, progressive relaxation trainins
A tense - release script, passive Muscular relaxation, Applied relaxation, Behavioural
relaxation training, The Mitchell method, The Alexander method, differential relaxation
stretching, phy sical exercise, Breathing.
d)
Mental approaches to relaxation - self
- awareness, Imagery, Goal-directed
visualization, Autogenic training, Mediation, The relaxation response.
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e) Miscellaneous
topics -'On-the-spot' techniques, Assessment and research.
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1.Adrian Furnllam(2005).Thc PSychology Of behaviOur at wOrk.The individual in
the organization. New York: Psychology press.
2.Rose Mary.A.Payne(1995).RelaxatiOn Techniques,A Pralctical Handbook br
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3.Neil Anderson,et al(2002).Handb00k Of lndustrial,WOrk and Orgallisational
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