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No. GA IVll2l3|53l07
Read: i. U.O. No. GA IV{2/360r/tO Vol IV
Dated, Calicur Universit
PO, 22.022012
datecl 29.08.2011.
2. U O. GAIVlJ2l3L53lOT clated t3.t2.2idil
3. Letter dated 27.01."20]D from the chdirmari Boarcl of srudies in Psychol
4. Orders of the Registrar on 15.02.2012 in the file of even no
ORDER
As per paper read as (I) above, Choice based Creclit Semesrer System for UG programmes
under School of Distance Educarion l-ras been implernenreci wirh effect irom 2Oll aclmissiSn uncle.
Universiry of Calicur.
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held on
resolvecl
ro appror;e the
syllabus for B.Sc Counseling_Psychology Pio-gramme of Choice baseci Creclir Semesrer
S),sren-r
under School of Distance Education of this University w.e.f 2OIl aclmission, ,rr.i *,r,
implemented as per paper read as (2) above.
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The Cilairman Board of studies in Psycl'rology UG has folwarded the Scheme which was
not included
tYd..d in the syllabus already im
implemQnted;
ted;-vide
vicle paper read
reacl as (3) The Regisrrar has
[as
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approved the Scheme of B.Sc Counseling Psychology 'P.og.r*-. of 'Choice bf.-;
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Semester System under School ,f Distance Educarion oiitti.
of"ihis Uiiversiry
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Sanction has, therefore, becn accorclecl for in-iplen-renring rhe Sc]reme for B Sc Coilnsel
Education and to incorporare it wirh rhe syllabus of the progru**" r.lder
Education of this University w.e.f 20Il admission. The Ub r:ead (z)
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Sanction has, rherefore, been accorded for implemendng
system under School of Distance
Psilchology Programme of choice based credit semester
Edu"atio[of thll University w'e'f 20il admission'
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Culture and civilization
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Developmental Psychology Faper
C ,4 C01
Physiological Psychology
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Psychological Statistics
II
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4
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CP5 BO]
Social Psychology
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cP5 ts02 Abnomral Psychofogy Paper I
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Basics Of Counse liing Psychology
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Life Skills Develo
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Health Psychologl,
CP6BO2
Abnormal Psycho cgy Paper
CP6 BO3
cP6 B04 (P)
4
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2
3
2
2
4
25
29
I
34
CP6 BO5
Counselling In Psychololgical Testing
El( ii)
35
36
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CP5 B01 Social Psychology
CP5 B02 Abnoirnal Psychology Papel I
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CP5 B03 Basics Of Counselling psycho
CP5 B04 (P) Experiment{l psychology
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CP5
D0l (Open) Life Skiils Devetopme
CP5 B05 (Project) Projecf Work
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CP6 B01 Health Psycholqgy
CP6 B02 Abnormal Psychology Paper
II
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CP6 B04 (P) Experi
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CP6 805 (Elective i) CouJnselling In
CP6 B05 (Elective
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iii)
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ional Psychology
ological Testing
& Therapeutic Techniques
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SEME
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Object
The
co
and the
related
psychol
pplication
Module
Definition and areas of psychology, Branches of psychology. Approaches to study psycholog
process: biological, psychodynamic, behaviourist, cognitive, humanistic. Methods: experimen
obsen'ation, field study, questionnaire and oase study. Psyghology andlsocial issues. Applicat
in education, environment, health.
,i
i
Module 2: Biologicat Basis Of Behaviour
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Nervous systern-Its Basic structure and fungtions. Neuron-pentral Nervous system, brain, spin
cerebral hdmispheres,
endocrine glands, hered
T
ogical basig, biofeedback.
.ii
Visual, audiltory and other senses-Structure iand functions-Iilusions-Social perception-Perceptu
organilzation. Determinants of perception-Fbrm, space and depth perception-Attention process
Selective and sustained attention- Attentionr and vigilance.
Module 4l Gognitive processes-Learning
Learning classical and operant conditioningl,lBasic processes-Extinction, spontaleous recovep
generalization and discrimination, reinforce,nlent schedules; verbal learling, cognition in
learning, motivational and cognitive influ
i"n"""J" on
o, learning,
,"urr,rq. oobservational
bservational leaming,
leamins. transfer-of
transfer of
"Jgnitirr"
learning, psychological basis of learning.
4
Module 5: Retention and retrieva! p
Encoding, storage and retri
Constructive memory-Fo
amnesia. Techniques to im
ing-Decay, in
ve retention
, shoft term and long term memory,
, retrieval failure, motivated forgetting
retrieval processes.
ReferenceC:
Baron, R.A.(2002). psyc
2. Hilgard, E.R, Atkinson,
New Delhi.
1.
3. Zimbardo, P.G. and W
4. Lefton, L.A.(1985), ps
+
cgy(srH ed) , India Pearson Education, Asia.
and Atkinson,R.I.(1990), Introduction to psychology (7'h
, Harper
, Boston:ielyn&Bacon.
Collins, N.Y.
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Psycho
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orie,nted Gourse
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ptemen
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1. To know about the structure and functions of the nervous
sy{stem form celluar
system level.
2.
understand the physiological mec anisms involved in various psychological
To
ll
processes.
Module
{: Introduction
The three approaches to brain behavior relations- Ablations, stimulation, recording. New
techniques in this field.
Module 2: Geltular Basis of Behaviour
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cal coll- Structure and functions. Structure
:'
nectivb.
.t ' muscular and nervous tissue. Gen
. Evoluti$nary basis of behavior.
Module 3: The Neuron
I\ellrolransrnlttels ano Denavlor- rolysynaptlc- ts,Ilects oI orugs on Denavlor.
References:
I
. Scheinder,
A.M. and Tatshis n.1li1lSa), Physioligical Psychology(3'd ed),
Random Ifouse,N.Y.
2. Leukal.F.(20000,'l Introduction of Physiological Psychology(3'd ed),
CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
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BSc. ln GounsellingiPsychology: A Job Oriented Gourse
GP{
G;Ol
Psychological Statistics
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SEMESTER
{:
Gourse
Objectives:
1. To develop
ing
an
in teims of their
of
and b,
assumptions,
2. To acquire com
To develop ability
summarize, and present data.
analyzing
data.
to
Module 1:
and
rlogy- Pre-requisities o
studying statistics.
Module 2: Sampling
Probability: Simple random sampling, clpster sampling, systematic samplingprobability: Quota sampling, judgement lampling, accidental sampling- sampling and
non- sampling errors.
Module 3: Probability and expected value
Definitiol-calculation of probability-theorems of probability: addition & rnulitipiicatior
theolern-conditional probability- Bayes' theorem.
References:
l.
2.
l,
New De1hi.
Gupta, S.P.( l99g),Statistical Methods, Educationai'publication.(3'o
"d),
Mangal, S.K.(2002), Statistics in Psychology and Education.(2"d ed), New Delhi:
Prentice Ha1l.
3. Gravetter, F.J. & Wallant, L.B.(2000), Statistics for Behavi
sciences,l5ti' ed;,
ingapore : Wadaworth-Thomson learning .
Aron,A.,Aron,r.(2006), Statfstical for Psychology(4'n ed), N w Delhi: Pearspn
S
4.
1
Education
I
tives-The need hierarchy model-Techniques
for assessment of motivation-Motivation and learning-Emotion: Nature of emotion,
psychological correlates of emotion, measurement of emotion.
!
Module 2: lntelligence
Definition, Nature-Nurture controversies-Theories of intelligence: Thurstone, spearrnan,
gardner, three dimensional model-Measuring intelligence-Evolution of intelligence teSts,
typeslof tests-Verbal, non.verbal andlperfot ance, gfoup and individual tests-Emotional
intelligence-Other techniques of meaburement.
Module 3: Personality- Nature and Definition
humanistic
Biocultural and sociocultural deterrn
personality, proj ective measurement
ob s ervation, interviews.
typp and trait approachof assessment- Self r,eport tests
measures-Behavioral,
Modute 4: Conscious Behaviour
States of consciousness: Day drearnirfe, extended stafes of consciousness, hypnosis,
meditation, altered states of consciouSness
Module 5: Higher Cognitive processes
Basic thought process-Concept, schemas, imagery and cognitive maps, ianguage, basic
psycholinguistics-Inductive and dedu'itive reasoning, creativity and problem solving.
References:
1. Baron, R.A.(2002), Psychology(5'h ed), India Fearson Education. Asia.
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of
BSc. ln Gounselling psychorogy : A Job oriented Gourse
CPz CO{i Physiologifal psychotogy
l
t-
t'
SEMESTER
|
il: Gom[1"-",rt"ry icorr="
,
ri
t
, classifications- Functions and psychology
polygraph-Autonomic balance- Brain and
natomy of reflex-Psychology of reflexng tissue in the CNS-Cerebro spinal fluide- General plan of brain structureSajor parts of the brain-Cerebral cortex-
idbrain-Pons-Cerebellum-Medulla- Cranial
Propeties of the receptor sensory coding- Arousal and attention-Vision-Structure of the
type-Retina-Rods and cones-Visual pathways-Visual acuity-Blind spot-Coiour blinciness-
Colour vision- Theories qf colour vision.
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Refernces:
B.(1
1.
Physiological Psychology (3'd ed), Random
2. Leukal, F. (2000), Introduction of physiological Psychology
(3'd ed), CBS
publishers, New Delhi.
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GP3 BO{ Devetopmental psychology paper I
SEMESTER
Module
tll: C.c":RE c--a u'c<9€
{: lntroduction to Life span Developmental
and rheories
Importance,of life span developmental, historical perspective- Characteristics of life r
perspectiv.'r- Nutr.e of development- Cros, ,..iio,iul and longitudinal approache
developmental study- rTheories by freud- Erickson- Piaget- Vygotsky- Informa
processing behavioral- social cognitive- Electic orientation.
Module 2: Prenatal
fevelopmental
Germinal period- Embroynic period- if'"rut period- Prenatal diagnosis tests- Effect
teratogens- Neonatal h{alth and responsiveness- Consequences of low birth weight.
Module 3: Physical Developmental and Aging
Cephalocaudal and proximodistal $attern- Newbour- Reflexes- Perception(vir
hearing, otlier senses, inter rnodal, perception)- Height and weight in infancl,
cliildhood- Gross and ftne motor skills- Handedness- Physical developmental in pubr
Changes in early, middle and adulthood-Theories of aging.
Referenbesl
l. .Tohn, W.Santrock, A Tropical Approach to Life Span Developrnental(3"r
r
hill publishing,New Delhi.
2. I-lurlock, B.Elizabeth, Developrnental Psychology(sth ed), Tata McGraw
Tata Mc-Graw
publishing, New Delhi.
3. Paplia, E. & OIds, S.W.,I{urnan De'n,eloprnent(6"' .d), Mc Graw hill.
nted Gourse
BS
gy
SE
Mo
The auditory system structure- Auditory pathways- Auditory localization- Coding
auditory information- Theories of audition- Taste - Nature of chemoreceptors- Structure
of taste buds- Neural pathways- Coding foi taste- Smell- Smell receptors- Properties of
smell- Sterochemical theory-Cutaneous senses- Neutral coding for touch and pressureSynthetic heat perception- Kinethestics-Pain- Pain receptors- Code for pain- Explaining
chronic pain- Pain suppression.
Module 2: Muscles and Glands
The mechanics of movement- The neural aspects of muscle movements- The brain and
lnovement- The pyramidal and extra pyramidal system- Control of internal behavior- The
glands and hormonal control.
References:
)
1.
Scheinder, A.M. & Tatshis,B.( 998), Physiololical Psychology(3'd ed), Randorn
House,N.Y.
j
2. Leukal,F.(2000), Introduction df Physiologicafl Psychology(3'd ed), CBS
publishers, New
Delhi.
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BSc. ln Gounselling psychology: A Job oriented Gourse
CP3 COz Psyclpological Statistics
SEMFSTER
lll: Gomplementary Gourse
Module
{: Gorrelation
Concept
of correlation: Linear conelation-
Pearson product moment correlatir
Spearman's rank order correration- Scatter diagram.
arametric Tests
rametric tests- Chi square, contingency
ation in psychology
Man-whitney U test- Sign test- Wllcon matched pairs- Signed rank test.
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References:
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1. Gupta , s.P.(1999), Statistical Methods, Educational publication.(3.d
ed), New Delhi
l
logy and Education.(2nd ed), New Delhi:
r
tatistics for Behvioral sciences,(5,h ed),
S
ingapore : Wadaworth-Thomson learning
.
4. Aron,A;Aron,r.(200d), Statistical for psychology(4,h ed), New Delhi: pearson
Education
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rb
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Job Oriented Gourse
Sc.
;hology PaPer ll
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s
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Stages o{ cognitive development- Sensory motor stage- Object pelrnanence- Pre
operational stage- Intuitive thought- Concrete operations- Semantics- Pragmatics-
How language develops-Babbling and word utterance- Advances in early, middle
and late childhood- Metalinguistic awareness.
Module 2: Soci6- emotional Developmental
Functionalist view of emotion- Regulation of emotion-Development of emotion
t
through infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood-Describing and classifying
temperarnent-Chess and Thomas, Kagan, Rothbart and Bates- Attachment and
love- Theories of attachment- Care giving and attachrnent- Moral developmentPiaget's and Kohlberg's theory- Stages - Social conventional reasoning- Basic
processes- Resistance to temptation- Self control- Empathy- Role of emotion-
Moral personality- Moral identity-Moral character exemplars
References:
1. John, W.Santrock, A TropicaliApp.or.h to Life Span Developmental(3'd ed),
Tata Mc-Graw hill publishing,Npw Delhi.
2. Hurlock, B.Elizabeth, Developmental Psychology(5tn ed), Tata McGraw hill
Delhi.
i
publishing, New
3. Paplia, E. & Olds, S.W.,Human Developrnent(6'h ed), Mc Gpaw hill.
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CP4 GO{ physiological psychology
SEMESTER lV: Gon{plementary
Gourse
t
Module 1: The Physiorogicar Basis of Motivation
Eating- Feeding centers in brain- Eating signals- Metabolic signals- Hypothalamic
regulations- Obesity- Bases of specific hungers- Thirst- Ostamic and volemic- Thirst
receptors- Regulating drinking behaviours- Overlapping control of eating and drinkingSleep- Stages- Neural mechanisms of sleep- Paradoxical sleep and mental illnessSleep
disorders(insomnia-narcolepsy)-Sex-Dynamics of sexual behavior- Hormones and
sexual behavior- Developmental aspects of sexual behavior.
Module 2: The Physiolbgicat Basis
{f
Emotion
I
The neural basis of emotion- The limbic iystem- Aggressive behavior.
It
Module 3: Learning, Memory and Lolcalization of Higher Order Function
Learning and neryous system- Cortex and learning- Hippocampus and leaming- Synapti
learnjng- The theory of memory bonsolidation- Memory in brain darnaged
l.:lt.o-f
individuals- Forgetting- Cortical learning.focalization of language, localization of
perception- Brain laterality- Coordination of two hemispheres- Function of corpus
callosum.
References:
1.
Scheinder, A.M.
House,N.Y.
& Tatshis,B.(1998), physiological psychology(3'd ed), Random
2. Leukal,F.(2000), Introduction of Physiological psychology(3'd
ed), cBS
publishers, New Delhi.
{tb
le, student's t-
rrl
Module 2: Normal Distribution
Charateristics, properties and assumptions- Skewness and kurtosis'
Module 3: Analysis of variants
One-way and two-way ANOVA, partition of sum gf squares, application in psychology.
I
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E-eferencesi
1. Gupta, S.P;(1 ggg),statisticat UetnoAs, Educational publicati rn.(3'd ed), New Delhi.
2.Mangal, S.K.(200 ), Statistics mlPsychology anfl Education.(2"d ed), New Delhi:
Prentice Hall.
3. Gravetter, F.J.,
& Wallant,L.B.(2000), Statistics for Behvioral
Singapore:Wadaworth-Thomson leaming
sciences,(5th ed),
I
.
I
New Delhi: Pearson
4. Aron,A.,Aron,r.(2006), Statistical for Psychology(4tn
"d),
Fdrreafion
Education.
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GPs BO{ Social Psychology
SEMESTER V:
GorejrGourse
i
gy-Social psychology and other social
perimental and non-experimental methodsI research.
nition
teem, self presentation and self expressionole of non vei'bal cues- Group stereotypes
tegration- Primary and recency effect:
S.
Communication models, {erbal and non {erbal communication: Language and social
interaction, batriers in coriimunication-In[erpersonal attraction and its determinants
Module 4: Prosocial
Behaviour
i
Origin, varieties, determinants and consequences- Ways of increasing prosocial
behavior.
References:
1. Baron, R.A. & Bryne, D.(1998), Social Psychology, Prentice I{all,N.Y.
2. Feldman, R.S.(1998), Social Psychology, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
3. Myers,1D.G.(1994), Exploring Social Psychologyr Mc Gr{w Hill, N.Y.
4. Sernin, G.I{. & Fiedler, K,(1996), Applied Social PsycholpeV.
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Gourse
selling PsYc
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Abnorm
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Gourse
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Module t = NLrmatity and Abnormality
concept of healthy
The concept if normality and abnormality, different criteria,
behavior- Current statuspersonality, historical views of abnormal behavior, abnormal
physical deprivation- Psychological
Causual factors of abnormality: Biological factors,
parenting,
factors- Schemas and self- schemas, early deprivation or inadequate
factors and socio
pathqlogical family structure, maladptive peer relations, socio cultural
cultural environment.
Module 2: Stress
Stress disorders
-
g"haviour
t
"'rrU
stress
Reaction to common life stressorsi stress from unemployment,
reaction to severe rire stressors-
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Module 3: Personality and Anxi6ty Oisorders
Psychoanalytic approach different pdrspective: Behavioural, cognitive, humanistic,
Types of
interpersonal and existential- Clinical featuresof personality disordersborderline,
personality disorders: Paranoid, schipoid, histrionic, narcissistic, antisocial,
Causal
dependent, obsessive compulsive anfl passive aggressive personality disordersfactors: Biological, psychological, socio cultural- Sdxual development and orientation
disturbances.
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Anxiety disorders: Phobic disordersl panic disorderg, agoraphobia, generalized anxiety
psychological,
clisorders, obsessive compulsive disorders- Causal fhctors: Biological,
socio cultural- Treatr1reni una
outcome'
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Referencesi
l
1. Carson, R.C; Butcher, N. &
Mineka, S.(1 996), Abnormal Psychology and
Modern Life(1Oth ed), Harper Collins Inc, N'V'
2. Hurlock, E.B.(1 976), Personplity Development, (IMH Ed); Mc Graw Hill, N'Y'
3. Sarason, l.G. & Sarason, B.Ri.(1998), Abnormal Psychollogy: The Problem of
Maladaptive Behaviour, Prentice Hall, New-Dg!hi',
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Bsc. ln Gounseiling psychorogy:
A Job
oriented Gourse
Gps BO3 Basics of Gounselling psychology
SEMESTER V: Gore Gourse
Module 1: Gounsering The Art and
science of Herping
Definition, features of counseling psychology,
purpose and goals of psychology_
Professional counseling helpers and
clients as diverse persons, counseling in india,
ethical
and professional issues.
Module 2: Professionar preparation
and rraining for Gounseiling
I ntroduction, counseling preparation and
professional issues, academic preparation,
ethical standards, legal considerations, selection
and training of
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$ilts,
counselors,
concept of a professional worker and prefaration
for counsplors.
Module 3: The Therapeutic Retationship
T he impoftance of therapeutic relationship,
components of therapeutic relationship,
the working alliance, the transference
conhguration, the real relationship, empathetic
understanding, unconditional positi,,...gu.d,
congruence, non verbal behavior,
verbal behavior, coveft behavior a,d interp..rorur
manner.
Module 4: Counselling process
Preparatiotl for counseling, couunselling
relationship, counseling- Contelt a,d
process, couusellor's skills, effective
counselor and counselee factors.
Module 5: Key Entery Areas
counselling psychology as a career psychologist,
career counseling and career
intervention, family and couple intervention,
counseling for substance abusers,child
counselin$, group counseling etg.
I
Referencei:
1. Gelso, C.J;Fretz, B.R.( Iggg),Counselling Psychology,
Prisrn books pvt Ltd,
Bangalore.
2'
_
Jones, R'N'(2005),Practical Counselling
and Helping Skills, Sage publication Ltd
London.
3. Mc Kay,M.& Davison. Famm.p.(19g6), Thoughts
Cognitive Intervention.
and Feelings_ The Art
of
q
Orientdd Gourse
BSc. ln Gounselling Psychotogy: A Job
GPs BO4 (P) Experimentat Psychology
SEMESTER V: Gore Gourse
following psychological
Each students are required to conduct the
end of the third year'
tests and submit the record for evaluation at the
1. Bhatia's Battery of Performance Intelligence Test
2. Locus of Control
3. Multiple Intelligence Inventory
4. Study of Values
5. 16 PF
6.
Eysenck?s personality Questionnaire -Revised
7.
Standard Progressive
Advanced Progressive Matrices
Coloured Progressive Matrices
8.
9.
t 0.
Matrices
t
Mathew's Maladjustment Invento
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Bsc' ln Gounsering psychorogy!
A Job oriented Gourse
Cps DO{ (Open) Life Skilts Devetopment
SEMESTER V:lOpen
Module
i:
Course
;
Life Ski[s
what is life skill? concept of life styles, communicating
and action skills- verbal
communication
skills, vocational communication skills, body
language- Traits and
attitudes, mind skills, rule skills, perception
skills, self talk skills, visual images skills,
explanation skills, expectation skills,
realistic goals skills, time management skills and
self awareness.
Module 2: presentation Skills
Planning, structuring and delivering presentation,
a
effective use of language and audio
visual aids, developing delivery skills, communication
skills, managing performance
anxiety, relaxation techniques, interviews
and group discussions.
Module 3: Retationship Skills
Relationship skills, skills for listening and showing
understanding, skills for choosing
and starting a relationship skills for anger
management, coping with emotions and
stress, attitude formation and leadership
skills.
I
Modute 4: Criticlt Thinking
Skiils
I
Critical thinking, restraining emotions, creative thinkingStages, nature, barriers and
strategies to improve creativity, looking at things
differently, analyzinginformation,
asking questions, solving problems, distinguishing
facts from opinion, seeking truth in
argutnents and persuasion, decision making, problem
solving- Steps, strategies, factors
affecting problem solving and creative thinking
skills.
Module 5: Activities
1. Assessing own communication skills
2. Assessing own body language
3. Assessing rhe delivery skills
4. Relationship skills
2t
References:
i
Life Coaching Skills- How to Develop Skilled Client,
Sage
1.
Jones, R.N (2007)
2.
Publications, New Delht'
to Professionals, Response Books'
Leu,is, H (2000) Bodl' Language- A Guide
New Deihi.
Your Way To Success,
3. Kaul, A (2005) The Effectiveness Presentation- Talk
Response Books, New Delhi'
India Pvt
4. Lata,P & Kurnar, S (2007) Communicate or Collapse, Prentice Hall
Ltd, New Delhi.
2L
Bsc. ln Gounselling psychology: A Job oriented Gourse
I Cp6 BO{ Health psychology t
I
SEMESTER Vl: Gore Gourse
Module {: History and Concepts
Need ansd significance of health psychology- Historical and conceptual
basis of
health psychology- Quality of life in relation to health wellness state
and illness
state.
Module 2: Psychobiology of health
Biomedical science and health psychology- Mental health, illness in expression
of emotional needs, stress, coping and management.
Module 3: Health and Behaviour Ghange
Health behavior and health models- Health compromising behavior: Alcohol use
and abuse, smoking, sexual behavior, jealousy, rumour spreading- Health
enhancing techniques: Exercise, yoga, eating and health, positive thinking, skill
development.
Module
4:.
Society and Health
Social clasd, gender and attitude in relation to health- culturel Social
relationships- Supporl system, social nctworking, friendships service availability
and utilization doctor patient cornmunication and relationship in the context of
healing psychology.
Module 5: Managing lifestyle iltness and terminal illness
Psychological factors in cancer, diabetes, coronary heart disease and asthmaPsychological factors in degenerativ6 neurological disease- Alzhiemers, dementia
and problenrs of aging and adjustment- Psychological factors in pain and pain
management.
REFERENGE:
l.
Brannor, J.& Fiest, J.(1999), Health Psychology an Introduction to Behavior
and Health (4th ed), Wadsworlh Thomson Learning.
Dematteo, R.M& Martin, R L. (2007), Health Psychology, pears in education.
2.
3. Jitendra Mohan J & Sehgal, M. (2006),
Health Psychology Recent
Perspectives, J.K.Singh for Abhijeet, Delhi.
2b
4. Marks (2008),
Health Psychology Theory Practices' Delhi Sage'
5.Roberts.R.,Towell,T.&Golding,J.F(2001)FoundationsofHealth
Psychology, Palgrave Houndmills, New York'
(2^o &
6. Sarafino,E.P (1998), Health Psychology Bio- psychosocial interactions
3'd eds), John WileY & Sons Inc.
7. Sheridan, C.L. & Radmacher, S.A. (lgg2),Health Psychology challenging the
biomedical model, John Wiley & Sons Inc'
Hills Inc'
8.r Tylor, E.,(2006), Health Psychology New Delhi:lMc Graw
24
Bsc. ln counselring psychology: A Job oriented
Gourse
CPO BO2 Abnormal psychology paper Il
i
SEMESTER Vl: Core Gourse
Module 1: Other Behavior Disorders
Schizophrenia and delusional disorders- The clinical picture
of schizophrenia- subtypes
of schizophrenia- paranoid type- catatonic type, disorgani zed
type.Residual type and
undifferentiated type- causal factors in schizophrenia- biological, psychological
and
sociocultural- the clinical picture in delusional disorder- Causal
factors in delusional
disorder- treatment and outcomes.
Mood disorders- mania and depression, unipolar and bipolar disorders, cyclothymia,
schizoaffective disorders, causal factors- biological, psychological, sociocultural1l
eatment and outcomes.
Substance abuse and dependence- alcohol abuse and dependence- clinical picture,
causal factors, treattnent and outcomes, drug abuse and dependence- opiu'r
and its
derivatives- treatrnent and outcomes
l-r
Module 2:Assessment
Varying types of assessment data, the neuropsychological exarnination- psychological
assessment- interview clinical obseryation of behavior, Psychological tests- the use of
psychological test in personal screening.
REFERENGE:
1. Carson, RC, Butcher, N, Mineka,S. (1996). Abnonnal Psychology and Modern Life,
(10'n. ed) Harper Collins Inc, New
york
2. Llurlock, EB (1916), Personality Development,
(IMII Ed). New York, Mc Graw Ifill
Inc
3. Sarason, IG., & Sarason, BR.,(i998) Abnormal psychology: The problem of
Maladaptive Behavior, New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.
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BSc. In Gounselling Psychology: A Job oriented Gourse
GP6 BO3 Different Approaches to counselling
SEMESTER
Vl: Core
Gourse
t
Module 1: The Psychoanalytic Approach
Psychoanaytic theory, psychoanalytic interventions- Level of psychoanalytic
intervention, common elements among psychoanalytic approaches: - Psychic
determinism, the genetic developmental hypothesis, the centrality of the unconscious,
the role of defences, repetition and transference, the role of the client- The therapist
relationship.
Module 2: The Behavioural APProach
I{istory of behavior therapy, basic approaches and assumptions of behavioural
tleatment, four basic approaches and basic assumptions- Methods and procedure
behaviotiral treatrnent procedures, counseling psychology and behavioural approach.
Module 3: The Gognitive APProach
The cognitive evolutign, two prirnarily cognitive approaches to lounseling, the rational
emotive therapy of alber1 ellis, the cognitive, therapy of Aron T Beck- The efficacy of
cognitive therapies, counseling psychology and cognitive approaches.
Module 4: The Humanistic APProach
Ifumanistic assumptions about human beings, counseelling and science- The tendency
toward growth and actualization- The person centered therapy of Carl Rogers.
Module 5: The Gestalt Approach
The gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls- Theory of personality- Growth and rnaladjusttnentThe layers of neurosis- The practices and procedures of gestalt theiapy'
References:
1. Gelso, C.J. &
Ftetz, B.R.(1 995), Counselling Psychology, Harcount Grace
College Publisfers
")
Inc.
I
2u
2.
woolfe, R; Dryden, w. & Strawbridge(20Q3), Handbook of counseiling
Psychology, Sage Publication Ltd, London.
3. Rao, S.N.(1997),
counselling and Guidance(2nd ed), Tata Mc Graw Hill
Publishing Co.Ltd, New Delhi.
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BSc. ln Gounselling Psychology: A Job oriented Gourse
GP6 BO4 (P) Experimental Psychology
SEMESTER
Vl: Gore Gourse
Each student is required to conduct the following psychological tests
and submit the record for evaluation at the end of third year'
1. Bel1's Adjustment Inventory
2. Mathew Test of Mental AbilitY
3. New Test of CreativitY
4. Beck Depression Inventory
5. Adjustment Inventory for School Children
6. Group Embedded Figure Test
1. Seguin Form Board
8. Bendc-r Gestalt Test
9. Adjustment Inventory for School Students
10. Differential Aptitude
Test
t
\,
2g
BSc. ln Gounselling Psychology: A Job Oriented Gourse
GP6 BO5 (Elective I ) Gounselling ln Educational Psychology
t,Vl: Elective Gourse
SEMESTER
Module
{:
Educational psychology, meaning and definition, nature, scope, functions' Human
growth and development- Stages and dimensions, maturation and learning'
Module 2:
of piaget
Individual differences- learning- concept, nature and domains, contributions
learning, factors
and vygotsky. Factors influencing learning, strategies for enhancing
of leraning'
influencing memory methods and techniques of memorrzation,transfer
Module 3:
I{abits-meaning'
Factors affecting, atteution, interest- tneaniug, nature measurement'
of developing
nature, development, development of effective thinking, methods
techniques
creativity among children, factors affecting problern solving and strategies'
of motivatioln in classroom situation.
r
Module 4:
person, adjustment'
Mental health- nature and characteristics of mentally healthy
children- types
fiustratio, and . Behaviour problem- meaning and,concept, exceptional
child, juvenile delinquent'
nature and characteristics ( the gifted child, the backward
disabled children'
physically disabled children, mentally disabled children, learning
emotionally
di
sturbed children)'
Module 5l
the physical environment'
E,ffective classroom control aud management, designing
environment for learning, teacher
creating a positive and ernotionalry safe classroom
teaching'
positive, teacher characteristics and teacher stress and effective
References:
!8
1. Santrock, J.W. (2006), Educational Psychology, Tata Mc Graw Hill Co. , New
Delhi.
2.
Fontana, D. (1995),Psychology for Teachers, The British Psychological Society,
UK.
3. Mangal, S.K. (2008), Essentials of Educational Psychology, Prentice Hall, New
Delhi.
4. Panda, K.C.(2008), Educational of Exceptional Children, Vikas Publishing
House, New Dolhi.
i
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BSc. ln pounselling Psychology: A Job priented Gourse
GPG BO5
(Elective II ) Gounselling ln Psychological Testing
SEMESTER
Vl: Elective Gourse
Module {: Psychological Testing
Their characteristics and use- What is a psychological test? What makes a good
psychological test? Need of psychological tests. Major classification of psychological
test. Use of psychological test. Limitation of psychological test.
Module 2: lntelligence Testing
Different views regarding intelligence. Intra- individual differences. Putpose of
intelligence tests. Classification of intelligence tests. Cautions in the use of intelligence
te:;t scores. Limitation of intelligence tests.
l-r
Module 3: Aptitude Testing
Concept of aptitude. Purpose of aptitude testing. General aptitude test battety.
Differential aptitude test battery. Language usage test. Social aptitude test- mechanical
aptitude, clerical aptitude, medical aptitude etc. . ...
Module 4: lnterest Testing
Concept of intelligence. Purpose of interesttesting. Types of interests. Different interest
factors. Methods of measuring interest. Advantages of interest inventories. Limitations
of interest inventories.
Module 5: PersonalitY Testing
Concept of personality. Purpose of personality testing. Difficulty in personality testing'
Techliques of testing personality- lnterview, observation, self ratings for personality
ilveltories, check lists. rating scales, situational tests or behavioural tests, projective
techniques, a[recdotal records, autobiography, the daily diary.
References:
3!
1' Kochar, S.K. ( lg8l),Guidance
2.
3.
and Counselling for Colleges and Universitieq
Sterling Publications, New Delhi.
Anastasi A., Grabina, S. (2005), psychological Testing (7rH
ed). pearson Edn.
Inc.
Kaplan R.M., saccuzzo, D.p (2007), psychological resting principles
Application and Issues 6'h Ed. Thomson wadsworth Inc.
3t
A
BSc. ln Gounselling Psychology: A Job Oriented Gourse
(Elective lll) Gounselling Skills & Therapeutic
Techniques
CPG BO5
I
SEMESTER
Vl: Elective Gourse
Module 1: lntroduction
What is the life skills counseling approach, communication skills and feelings, creating
communication and action skills, feelings and physical reactions. Mind skills: the
situation- thought- consequences.
Module 2: Specific Gounselling Skills in the lnitial Phase
.
tJnderstanding the internal frame of reference, showing attention and interest,
paralthrasing and reflecting feelings, stating and structuring, asking questions,
monitoring, offering challenges and feedback, self-disclosing, managing resistances and
making referrals.
Module 3: ppecific Gounselling,skills in the Middle and Terminal Phase
Facilitating problem solving, coaching, demonstrating and rehearsing, training in clients
in relaxation, improving clients self talk, improving clients, improving clients
perception, negotiating home work, conducting middle sessions, terminating helping.
Module 4l Behavioural Treatment Technique
Operant conditioning, desensitsation, flooding, assertiveness and social skills training,
parlicipant modeling, self control procedures, contingency contracting.
Module 5: Goginitive Treatment Technique
Problem solving, stress inoculation, values clarificatiotl, covetl assertion, covert
reinforcement, visualization, combating distorled thinking, covert modeling, coveft
sensitization, paradoxical intention.
Referencps:
3e
r--
t. Gelso, c.J; Fretz, B.R (1995), counselling psychoiogy, prism Books
-
pvt,
Bangalore.
2. Jones, R.N.(2005), Practical Counsellig and Helping
London.
3.
Skill, Sage Publicaton Ltd.
;
Mc Kay.M, Davison. Famm, (1986), Thoughts and Feeling- The Art of
Co gnitive Intervention.
sq.
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