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ITI{]'VERSTTY OF CALTCIIT
(,},bstra ct)
Syllabus and regulatEP+svctl ln school Counselling --scherne'
oirwards - approved admlsslon
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lmplemented
ions
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orders issued-
GE\IERI.L A\ID ACAnEJ'I]C BRL\rfl{ f J 'SF;L-TfON
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raculty of Science held on
of
meeting
of
2. Mlnutes
10.12.2003held on 2'l'2OO4'
3. Minutes of meeting of ;\cademic Council
?r''Ji'f"i5:""'J'e'1co:
9B!:B
in PsYcholoqy(Ilc) held on
The meetjng of Board of Studies
model currlculom for
LtGc
the
5.8.2003 and 7.q.zd6:I-"""siderecl
syllabusland
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approve
to
degree courses and resorved ptont"n*" in School Counselllng
reeulatj.ons of B-Psych degree
t'' tn" I'Gq Moder i
h,ith proressionar t;";:l'i;I;;;
5;-;;;i;;s'a
SylIabi.
B-Psych course
of Studies also resolved that
TtIe Board.rl.o"i'JLii-fihancjng
2;
and through Distance
scheme
can be started
Education mode'
meetlng held on |O'12'2OO3'
The Faculty of Scienee at its
3.
studles'
rf
of Board
Jpp.orJ-an"-rqlni't"t
on 2'l'2OO4'
thre meetinq of Academlc Council. held as approved L'v
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acoroved the
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the ulnutes of raculty of science;
tire Faculty of sci-Iice--t'o'"Iso
for imptementjng the regulatj-ons'
Sahction has been accordedin^psicfi"i"gv(e-P"vch)
5.
ln school
scheme and sv1labrr"^'ii--n""t'"ror f 2OO4 adml-ssion onwarcls'
Counselling 3 year Co"t" ''"'
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I3,Pslclr i:, School Coun.seling
Objectiles
Baclielor in Psychologl' School Counseling (Il.Psvch iu School Counseling) programme
is-proposed as a professional prograrnme ibr sluclents rvho have compbt]d rc+Z
1(.tel
educaticut or equivalent quraliticafion. It ri iii pl'cpare students lvho aspire to
become fullfledged professionals to prol'ide various kinds of psvchological services fi-om primarv
to
higher secondary level etlucation. This pltr3-rarnme rvill pruri,l. an edt point to students
wlto il'ill assist professionals alreacl.v rvorkLrg in ilr. rliverse setting in wlich
psychological senices are needed in orcler 1., acquire experience
to cornplete-theil lrlpsy.
'I'he B.Psl'. in Scltool Counseling
prograrnme rvill prcpur. stuclents to help in pror,icling
psy'chological senices af the professional lerels ai rvt'll as support
and mailtelance
seruices' It is lealized lhat stuclents in traclitional proganunes are not trained in skills,
lvhich are neecleil in suclr supporlive roles. l'he nerv p.og.unur. is designecl to
nurture
theoretical understattdfurg as well as profc.ssiorral stitts ttuough experilntial
leaming
fieldrvorli' etc. The petlagogy' enulhasizes learning b.r' d<;ing .irlr.. than learnirE in
thl
classroonr ;rlone.
Scliut-rl Ps-1chol,.rg1'pt'ogl'alluncs arc .rnt offblucl in tirc State of Kerala
ancl as sush
itt a ttc'i'el Pl'olrlallilIlc corning under LIGC 'r lotlcl currir:ulunr in ps1,chologi.,.
.-\tllrris:
ir r i r
l'tt; uit.r'ltrcrt (
-l (ll '-',-ltli\,irlertl tltr;tlrlicatiorr rrrrlr I'srclrolugr irs onc of the opliolals. Non
It1','-l11rlrr'-l ' 'ir-rric'rri;-- rr i!l ll-c ut.rntttlc,Lsil
e,l rlrerc ir-_c: \,aq_ilrtl-_ss.irts_dgr achniu_iry
lltrultrrlur:. ,'ltirrtt.ti. Lr.i(tUp-i.!Ilt)tiguUl. l-hr s..:ltct'nl adrrrission rules qrpfi*irl" to B.Sje
l'i.rchtri,u', r,rr.r lre ltrll,rrc,d It_rr tltc itdr^issir lr lt_r [J-psruli.
i'iti:
B.Psych itt Schor;i Coultstiilrg
(-3
i-car courso)
(lourse Details
I st Year B.I'i1'
'
1.1 llasic I'svchological Process
1.2 Social Ps1'cholog,''
Each course cam''
50 rnarks (Ir{aximum)
I . 3 I')h1'siologlcal PsYcholog;"
eaclt'aggregate (300 lvlarks)
4 DevcloPmental PsYchologv
1.5 Abnormal PsYchologi''
1.6 PracticaU Sldll training
1.
JI
rrcl
Year I'-'".Pi':'.
2.1 Couitse 'jng PsYcl'''-ilog1'
2. 2 Ps-vcl rouliagnostit:'s.
2'3 Pq"ch'rlo
2.4 PsYchillo
'rl c'ildrer''
cll
and APPlication
2.5Inten'cnt
2.6 Practicirl
IL1
. Skill training
"
rc! iear B.Pr;-t'.
3.lInreruer.lion:TlrerapeuticTecluiiquesandi-]trunsulingSkiils.
-1. 2 Belul,icr \'lodification
J.3 Hutu.ut l{esource Developmeni"
and Stutient Seniccs'
-3.J Etluoatit nal Guidance
3.5 Psf i:hc!.-'gr ancl Social Lssues
.3.5 lncleperrtlcut Pro.iect \\'ork'
i\ggregate (3,()0 marks)
I
900 I\Iailis
i oliti
lttllil':l'Il'J scl)Jl'aiC lnini*tttul feqtriletl '5tJoo
i,,iirri;,iirtr l()t'i, Pll'iS ; -[(.1{' ,,.rl tirC::gECg;rtC
calcgtll'v:tttcl (i(]o'o atld aboVe - p{isjs Irittl ,,,.r,,- r\-ill ,,: ltl.tcc,,l ir tlrt pass - seCtlncl clitls
untler pass
ur,..i ni.rn*a nill ire [tc;;r:tl as lii'st cllr:rs'tlisti.olion
j' .:ii clrs-c j,tr.1(rr\
-,:rY;u
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.,anrirratit.u! I i)earflncc, : \'cartt,isc p.ass ig e, sciltiirf. ancl paper w-ise appeara:lce
I
fbr a llass'
l1;:rtnittcd 11-r ';[, rtir a.gg5egate minirntun
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r
B.Psy in School Coultst'littg
Paper 1.1 Ba.sic Ps1'chological Process
Objectives
The course will firmiliarize stutlents with tu; basic Psychological processes and the
important
stuclies relatilrg to the factors, which influence thern. it will also focus on some
application areas of Psy'chologl'.
Introduction
Definitiol ancl areas
1.
psychological
of Psychologi; Bratrclics of Psychologr Approaches- to study
Process - Biologicaf i'sy'choclynamic, Behaviorist, Cognitive, Humanistic'
tr,tethoas: fsperimental, observatiorq
fiet{ study. iluestionnaire ancl Case study'
2. Biological Bases of llellavior
Central
The Nen'ous System-its Lrasic structure anrJ functiotu -The Neuron The
Cerebral
the
'
Neruous-Brain-spinal corcl- Peripheral Nervous System-its clivision;
hemispheres; Endocrine glanrls - Hereclity arrtl bshavior
Ph1'siological trasis - Biofeedback.
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Consciousness
-
levels and
3. Sertsotl - Perceptual Processes
Social Perception
Vi.sual, auclitory and other senses - Struoture arrd lirnotiotu - Illusion - Perceptual organization; Determinants of perccption; Fo1m, space and :Epft perception'
pru-.rr., - Selective ancl srxtainicl attention - Attention afld vigilance'
^,\ttentional
Cuglritive Pl'oces.'i - Lcnrttiltg
recovery'
Classiial alttl (-)lte1ant Cr-rnclitioning: Basic ptocesses: Iixtinction, Spontaneous
\'erbal leaffring; Cognition
Cc,ur.alizatir.ur antl Discrilnination:-Reinfrrrcenletlt schedules;
iu learni,g; \I,tii.ational ancl cognitiv'e inllucrtces on learning: Observational learning'
'l'r'anslcr ol'lcamirlg Phvsiotogical basis of lealning'
-1.
5. I{etcntiolt and Retrieval Process.
Enct-rrling stot'age and rettieval processes; Setuotl',
lulncrnonicn: (lonatnrotiv€ memoty; F-orgefting: D
Teciuriques
rnotivateci iorgenurg anci atrutesia
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Process.
6. Motivations and Ernotion
of
Nattue of"N,Iotivation-Classification of motives-T'he need hierarchy model-Tecluriques
emotionof
Motivation and Learning - Emotion:'Nature
assessment of motivation
Physiological correlates of emotion - Measurement of emotion.
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7. Intelligence
Definition Nature
-
of Intelligence: classical - NatureAlurnl.e contribution - Theories
model - Measuring Intelligence -
Thurstone, Spearmaq Gardner- Three dimensional
)
Iiurlution oI li.r lesls - I1'pcs of tcsts - r,'erbal. rurn-r.'clbal,
aircl pelfonrunce- Gloup anC
irrclividLiai tests Irruolional intelligence. C)ther tcch:tirlucs of rneasurerrrertt.
8. [)ersonirlitl: )"ttulc arrtl ricfinitiorr
,tppro.rcllcs -'l.ire psvcltoanallr4ic apprr.,ach - Ilurnanistic a1;1;roaclt -'l'rait attd'fr1te
approaelrcs Ii;o,.rultural lirci soc,ltlo-ullural clulcrtrdnarrts fecluriques ol assiessment Ss-li-relt,-'r'l tcits crl trcrsonalit.\ - I'roieclir;o urcasul'es r::l'pcrsr:rrali[' - Otlrel lneasules:
I.]ciravir.rrirl ( )lrs,:i'i'rrli, rrrs - [r1lr:l'r, ierr,-s,
9. Clottsr iuus iit,liirt ilt.
o( !()r)sLi(iu)lr.,s.s: Dar dtcauiiir:r. slecll arrrl ih'r:rurlulgl E:rtenclcd states clf
cr.r!lscit-'rt,*rlr,ss: I lr Irrusis. rrrerlitation - lUtelecl Strrlcs of Consoiousne]ss.
Slales
I(). l liglu'r ('ogrtitir e I'urrctiorts.
IJlisic tltoughl ;r(!ccss: Crnroep(s - Scheuras - lmrgeiv and cogtritir,e maps - LanguageI3asic l'svr,holirrguistic - .lnducti"e and deductive reasonilrg - Irnagery ancl Creati,vify Problern scilr.'ing 11. Recent clcvelopments in Psycholog,'.
Psvchology- and Social Issues - Applications in Eclucation, Environment, Health.
Books for Stirilv
1.
2.
Baron O,
fr0r2). Psycholory. (5the Ecl). Inclia. Pearson Eclircation Asia.
Hilgard, Ir.^.R., Atkinson, R.C. & Atkinsnn, R.L. (1990). Introduction to
Psycholory. (7the Ed). New Delhi. Oxford & IBII Publishing Company.
Re[erences
L
2.
Zimbarclo. P.G. & Weber, A.L, (1997). Psycholory. Nerv York. Harper Collins
College Publishers.
Lefton. L.A. (1985). Psychologr. Boston: ,{llyn & Bacon.
A
B.Psy In School Corurscling
Paper 1.2 Social PsllchologY
Objectives
1''[oerrablestudetttstoappreciateltolvincliviclualbelravior.isinlluetrcedby
2.
3.
4.
social arld cultural contexts'
'I o enable ,tr,i.ntt to develop atl ttttclersta.di,e of lir,ctionine of dvads'
grortps and orgat\ization.
cq,texl
To urderstuniUrJ unique features ofthe I'dia, socio-cultural
terms of variotts
To turderstaud ltow social problenrs oiur be analYzecl in
socitrl psycholo gical theories'
1. Intl'oduction
Naturc. gt>al antl scope of social ps
social scietlces: illethods of sclcial
experittrctttal rlrcthocls. Correlatic'rurl
2'
Srlci:rl [)et'ctpliult
*lltl
lrl
('og,iti,l'
and otlrer
and
non-
earch'
rt..,.,..,r',- ssl[)prerse,tatio, and selfirttpressiott:;. Role of ttou-r'erbal ctres'
Nioclels of intbnnatiotr integration:
u ol' citt'tsitlitr':'t'hcot'ics tuld Biases'
3. .\ttitutles
'fheories of reasoued
aud bchavior:
Natr.trc atrd futrctirltr,s o[.a[tiLtrclcs. t-tu.itur.lcs
attittrdes'
tt ge att cl tueasttremetrt of
antl planned belravior; Fomra t i ou. C ha
{. Prejurlice
and Discdlrfuiation
of prejtrdice; Reduction of
Nattrre ancl Components of prejudice; Acqusition
prejudice.
5. GrouP and LeadershiP
petfonnatl.'e- social Facilitation and
Nature. 'types. orno rrrr.tions - Task
confon:rity - Group cohesiveuess social Loafi,g - Group decisio,s - Gror'rp
and functions'
_
Group polarizatio"n'.Ja gt"'e t{ink it,a |UP:.Pt*ition
:rac'tional, arrd Co,tingency g"lr"!i.r"l,
Approarch"* t.*it,
Leader elfbctiveness'
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6.
C
ar
its detennirtattts.
Situatio,al.
conununication; Laugttage
attraction and
Barriers irt conutrunication: Interpersotlal
ls; Verbal atrd uou-verbal
7. Ple-.;ocial Behavior
Origin" -Varieties
social behavior.
-
Detemrinants ancl consequences
-
Ways of increasing pro-
h,*:.1ffiitf'.io..,,res; Trait,
siruational and sociat learning opprou.h.r,
Social trnd personal detenninarrts of aggression; Prevention and control of
aggression.
9. Population and Health
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Psycdrological factors in population Factor in biAh control - Over population
and Tlero populatiorr and their effecls Health behaviors: Stress and illness
Treatment and healtlipromotion - Well Being.
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trO. Envirorunental influences on Ilehavior'
l'[re Llrban Envirorunent Noise I'ollution and atmospheric conditions and
social trehavior - The concept of per:;onal Space - Crowding - Environmerrtal
stress and Territoriality
Behavior in response to environmental problenr
Int on,ention for envir onmerrtal managernent,
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Ilouk.; lbr
i.
2.
-
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Stud"t-
ljtu'olr. It.r\.. & I31'r1r,-., D. (1998). Sociul psychology, NervYork: Prentice
li.rll
i\ircls. D.G. (1994). Es'1:loring ;it-tciul Psychologl,. Ner.v I'ork: N{c-Grerv
Itiil.
3. i;eldrttau. lt.S.'(19980. Sociql PsS'chologl,, Nerv Jersel': Prentice Hall.
,1. lUcock. J.E.. Cannent. D.W.. Sadava. S.W., Collins, J.8., & Green, J.M.
(1997). A Texl Boolc of'Socicrl P,sltchctlogy, Scarborouelu Ontaio: Prentice
Ilalllllyn & Bacon.
5. Serrrin, G.R., & Fiedler, K.(1996). Applied .social psychology(Eds).
London: Sage.
B.Psy in Schuol Counseling
Paper 1. 3. Physiologic'al Psychology.
l
Chapter 1 Introrluction
+r.-^^ .,.rnrne.^!igS tO Bfain Beliavior relations - (Ablation, StimulatiorU
TL^
r. lls Llll sE aPPr V4\
Recording).- New techniques in this field.
Chapter' 2. Cellular Basis of Behavior'
R.c.ptors- effectors and Conductor ;ells
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A typical cell -
Structures and
(Epithetical)'
Function structurp and Functio of di-ffererrt tissues
How
Comective, ntttscular and nerve tissues - Genes - structure and function'
do geues rvork? - Evolutionary basis of behavior'
Chapter 3. The Neuron.
the
Structure- ftinction orrd typ"t of Nettion - Nen'e impulse. - Recording
characteristics of
luerve i,rpulse-Electrical .irng.- all or uone liuv - Chemical
events resting potential and nerv'e impulse- Electrical and Excitability
'l'he syllapse - Neurotrarsmitters and
Generator aud gfacled pote[tial,s.
behavior
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Postsylaptic potentials
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Ell;:cts of dnrgs on behavior'
C'ltirptel J.'fhe Nerlous System.
A Brief Srructural vierv - Ciassilicatiorr - I;urrctious and physiotoeY_of.ANS .l'heor1.
-- pNS ell'ects - 'l'lrc poly,gtaph - Auto.o*ric Balance Lurcrgerrcr.
cord Ilrain ancl Spinal borcl - Nc.,u-ueural rnateiial in the CNS - The spinal
reflex physioloq
relle.r behatior - ltr..Ilex ntoclel- Anatotny of reflex -"-f
Notrrishing
;;iil ..,"r,pi.ii,1, - Reflex pla' of high,-'r ceuters. - fyffotti'rg-and
Neuroglia - The
tissues in the cNS - Nlearuringes -- cerebrospinal fluid -
Impoftance
htu,au brain - stnrctnral outline - General plan of brain structure flre rnajor
of
of brain structure - Specific and Holistic fturction - Functions
parts of the brain - cerebral cofiex - corpus striatum = Thalamus Cranial nerve hypotSalamus - Midbrain - Polds - cerebelluol = Medulla Func.tional anatonry ofthe cerebral cortex'
Chapter 5. SensorY Process I
.. . ,
- Vision
f*p-.rti., of t5e r...pio,. - Sensory coJing - Arousal and Attention
pathways - visual
Structure of the Eye - Retina . iods oJ "orr", - Visual
Theories of
acuity - Blind .pot - color zones - color blindness - color vision '
color
vision.
o
('haptcr' 6. Scnsort Pt'ucess II
'l'lrc :ruditt)n svstL'lr - Structtu'c'- r\uclitory patlrrva-vs - Atrditory localization 'faste Nature of
Corting nricliton, inlonuatiou - 'l'heories of auclition for taste
Coding
pathways
Netrral
buds
of
taste
cfierloiccel)t1)rs - Structuu'c
.- Sprell - Snrell receptors - Properties of smell - Sterochemical theory Cutaneous senses - Netrral coding tbr totrgtr and pressure - Paradoxical cold Synthetic heat - Proprioception - Kinesthetics - Pain - Pain receptors - Code
lbr pain - Explaning clronic pa:rr.- Pain strppression.
Chapter 7. I\Iuscles and Glands.
The mechanics of movement - The neural aspects of muscle movement - The
brail and urovenrent - The pyramidal and exlra pyramidal system -,Control of
internal behavior - The glands and hormonal control.
Chapter 8. The Physiological Basis of Nlotivatiotu
Eating - Feeding centers in the brain - Eating signals - Metabolic signals Hypothalamic regulations - Obesity - Ba.ses of specilic hungers - Thirst Oimatic and volemic - Thirst receptors - Regulating drinking - behavior Overlapping cotrtrol of eating and drinking. Sleep - Sleeping in stages ,
ir.ihuttitrrs of
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Paradoxical sleep Paradoxical sleep and
rnental illless - sleep disorclers (huomania - Narcolepsy). Sex - Dynamics of
sexual behavior - Hormones and Senral behavior - Developmental aspects of
sexual behavior.
Neural
sleep
Chapter' 9. The Physiology and Emotions.
ireural basis of cmotion - The limbic systent - Aggressive behavior'
-l'he
Chapter.
10. Learning, l\Iemory, arttl Localization of fligher ortler
Functions.
Leaming anC the nervous system cortex and leaming Hippocampus and
learning Svnaptic basis of leanring - the theory of metrrory consolidatiotr
,rr.rrrory irr ix ain - clarnagecl - Indil'iduals - Forgelting - Cortical localizatiorx
- Localizrttion of language I-ocalizatiot of perception Brain laterality
Coorclirrating th.. Lrvo hettlispheres - Fturction of cotptts collosun.
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IJooks I"or studl
r. Sclureitl..r. r\.i\l' &'Iarshis. B' (1198t1). Ph1'siological Psychologlt Q rd
2.
E'cli). Norv \-ork: Itandonr Hottse.
Leukal. F. (2000). Introduction toPhltsiologicalPsychologlt l 3''d Edi),New
Delhi: CBS Publishers.
I].1's.t' Irr Scl util C'uuttsclittg
Paper 1.4 Devolc'trrur:ttlal Psvchology
Ob.ir-'ctives
I'his. course ainls at providiug coltcc-ptual Ibturdation of lttunan del'eloprnertt.
It focuses on development in ilre lilb span in different domains with an
enrphasis on the cultural contexl.
1. hrtroductiolr
Developmental Psychology lvleaning aud Objectives, The life span,
Significant thcts about development: Developmental tasks during life-span
Ivlethods to study life-span developntent.
2.
The Pfenatal Period
Florv life
begins
Maturatiorl OvulatiorU Fertilization; Imp<irtance of
conception, Prenatal Developntent - l{azards.'
3.
Infancy
Childbirth - Level of development present at birth - Characteristics of infancy
- tvlajor adjustment of infancy -Haztds of infancy.
4.
Babyhood
Characteristics
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emotional behavior in
development
baby,fuood, Cogritive development, infant conrmunicatioru Developments in
socialization - Hazards in babyhood. .
5. Early
of Babyhood, Motor
childhood.
fmprovertrent in speech'- Cognitive
Charac.teristics of early Childhood
Ir'Ioral development - Sex role
Emotions Socialization
clevelopnrent
t1'ping- Farnily relationship -Ilazu'ds in early childhood.
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6.
Late Chiltllrood
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Speech ituprovemetrt- Cognitive
Chlrae teristics ol' latc chilclhood
deyc[-r1;lrctrt - Enrutional and enrotrortaI expt'essions Social grotrpirlgs and
soeial b,-rhavirtr' - Iiloral lttitucls's auil beltavior - Sex-role typing - Personality
- l'ersorutlit.y changes - Flappirtess itr latc childlroocl.
7.
l'ubt'r't1
8.
Adolescence.
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Clraracteristics of puberty - Criteria oI'puberty - The ptrberty grorvth spurt
I3ocl1'chattges at puberty - Haztrrds o1'puberty - Unhappiness of puberty.
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Chr-rracteristics of adolesceuce
changes
Changes in moralitv
changes - Hazards.
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Emotionality - Social
Scx interests ancl sex behavior- Personality
I'hysical chauges
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9. Enrlr r\dulthood.
Clraracteristics of carly adulthoocl
c-vcl,: \'ooational irdjustnrents.
lirklle i\ge.
Clraractelistics oI'middle age
10.
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The nreaning of rvork
- The ocoupational
N
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l)erzelopmental tasks
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Social adjtrstments
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Voca I ional ad.i ustnrent. Adj ustment to physical changes.
11.Old.\gc.
Characteristics of old age - Adjustments to physical changes - Changes in
turotor and mental abilities - Vocational adjustrnents - Special reference to the
aclj ustrnents aft er retirement.
Problems
Physical handicaps - Mental retardation l2.Development
I
i
Exceptional .children
disabilities : Preventive, remedial, and therapeutic approaches.
I
,
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Learning
Text Books
1. Hurlock, E.B. (1983). Developntental Psychologl,tA Life span approach, (5
the Ed), New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltdl
2. Hurlock. E.B. (1978). Child Develop. (6 fte Ed). New Delhi: Tatz'
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd
3. Craig, G.l. (1992). Human Developnrent, (6the Ed), New Jersey: Prentice
Hall.
4. Stewart, A-C. et a/, (1988). Lifelong Human Developntent,New York John
Wiley and Sors.
:
i
In
School Counscling
Paper 1.5 Ab,tomral Psl"oholory
B.Ps1'
C)bjectives
'['o impart l.nowledge abotrt the rromratity andabnormality.
Z. l'o nrake stuclents iurclerstand the nature and course of various abuomral
i
cotrclitiou.
3. 'l'o ilrparl klowledge aud skills ueeded lbr psvchological
assessrnent
of
dillerent abtromlal conditions.
Chaptcr l.'fhe noI'nral and abnontral
Tl* ior,..pt of lonnality and abnonnality, Different criteriq Concept of healthy
personalitl: Itistorical viervs of abnotrnal behavior, Abnormal behavior: current
status.
Chapter 2. Personaliff Approaches and psychopathology' .
psyciroanalytic approach - Differerrt Perspective: Behavioral, Cognitive,
Hunranistic, Interpersonal, Existential.
Chapter 3. Causal Factors of Abnonnality.
niological tbctors: Neurotransmitter - Hormonal imbal*9 , G.o.Jig defec'ts Brain-dysflurction - Phpical deprivation - Psychological factol - Schemas and
Srnr.fr!-as - Early deprivation or trauma - Inade uate parentinq -Jathogenic
family structure - Maladaptive peer-relatiorships - Socio-cultt[al factors - Socio-,
cultural envirorunent.
,
Chapter 4. Stress and Behavior.
un-employment
Stress disorders - Reaction to comrnon life stressors - stress from
from divorce or separation - Reaction to
- stress fronr bereavement - stress
severe life stressors -'Treatment and prevetrtion of stress disorders.
Chapter 5. Behavio. iiro",t.".
. ,
fur;t.t,, Disorders - Phobic disorders - Panic dis rrders and agoraphobic Causal factors
Gegeralized anxiety disorders - Obsessive-colrpulsive disorders and
Treatnrent
Biological - Psvchological - atrd Socio-culttrral factors outcotnes.
Chapter' 6. Pelsonality disorders :
clinical l'e.tures of p.rionolity disortter. 'l'ypes of personality disorder - Paranoid,
schizoicl. scdrizotl'pal. Histiioni"-. Narcissistic. .turtiso''iarl Borderline
Dependent. t)bsessive-cottlpttlsiVe. Ptrssive aggressive personality
l*,ui.forr,.
l
4
and
Causal factors in personality dis.orders - Biologica! Psychological'
rbances'
Sociocultural - Sexual developrnent atrd orientation dish
disird*r,
-
Chapter'7. Substance abuse and dependence'
treatment and
Alcohol abuse *d ;6*d;;ce - Clinical picture - Causal factors its derivatives - Treatment
outcomes .- Drug abuse and dependence - Opiurn and
outcomes. "'
and
CIrapter E. MPod disorders:
f"f#. and A.prorion - Ut ipotut and Bipolar disorders Cvclothymia
Biological,
Schizoaffective disorders causal factors in mood disorders Psychological and Socioctrlttrral
- Trcaturetrt atrd outcomes.
chapter 9. The schizoplrrenia and tlelusional disorders:
type
it . .tini.ol pi.t ,i.Trtschizoplreuia - subtypes 9f Schizoph'*i1 - Paranoidtype
tl'pe and undifferentiated
- Catatoruic ivpe - Disorgtrnis..l ty'p* - Residual
Sociocultural
and
Causarl lirctors in ScSizopLe'ia -'biological. Psychologtcal
.ii,ri.-l
J"
.l'reitl
picture in delusional clisorcler-- causal faclors in delusional disorder
-
tttettt atlcl otttcoutes.
Chrrpter I 0.,l.ssessnrettt:
'l'he netlropsYchological exarnination typc-s of assessment clata
of behavior t,s1,,;hoiogical assessme't - rnten'ierv - The cli,ical observation
ir;i;i;Gical tests - the use of psychological tests in personal screening'
\raning
i
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I
B.I'sy In School Counseling
Paper 1.6. Praticai:;/Skill Trainig.
Objectives
l. To create interest and exciteruent tou'ards psychological phenomella.
2. To develop an alvarelless of psychological tools and techniques.
3. To provide basic training in plaruring and conducting experirnents.
4. To flrcilitate uuderstanding of (theoretical) psychological construcls and
theil applicatiotr to probleur solving.
5. To facilitate procesSes of self-leaming.
1. Attention
1.
Span of atlention
F'lucttratiort of the attention
2.
3. Division
of attenlion
.+. Sct in atletttiort
5. I)istlactiort ol:attL'lrtiott
2. I'.r'".I!1!-i4d-j1]g;1-ql
I
7.
.1
+.
5.
6.
7.
3.
[:t,rttt;rcrcelrttou
Spi,cc pcrcePtion
Dclltlr lrerrleptiott
i\luller -_ laver illttsiou"r'ertic:al
Filcr'shape illusiou
i\esthesio metric index
Spatial llueshold
- lrorizontal
Sermory motor leaming
4.
Maze leaming - stePs/slot
5. karning curve
6. Conditioned reflex
7. Transfer of learning
8. Habit interference
6. Stimulus generalization
9. Backward association of fur PA Lcanring
(VerbaUltlotor)
,
4. \'.'rlrll Leltnittg
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
.
5.
Nlethod of verbal leanring (l\{assed Vs Speed)
Serial Position effbct.
Method of Paired associates
Partand whole leamirlg
Intentional Vs. lnciclental learning
Verbal conditioning
Rememherinq and forgetting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Reaction Time
l.
2,
3.
4.
5.
7.
Sirnple Reaction time
Complex Reaction Time
RT aJa function of SR compatibility
Associative reaction time
Clinical use of the worcl association time
Feelins and Etnotion
1.
2.
3.
1.
tj,
Method of testing retention
Experiments on remembering and forgetting
Curve of forgetting
Retroacth'e lnhibition
Proactive lnhibition
Pailed comPadsort ntetltocl
Expressions of enrotion
GSI{
Reslrilatiott ctttr'e
l4tig,1t1:
I
.
2.
F lr-r
sioal laligue,ErgoEaphic
\lontal fatigue
ivorli
1
f
.
i\,[otir.ation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
10.
Knowledge of result
Effect of need terxiou oir rneurory
Effect of frustration
Perceptual Defense
Level ofaspiration
Tlilnking
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Problenr solving
Concept lbrmation
The rnediatiou process
Decision making process
Creativity
li. Ps1'Lr School Courseling
Paper 2.1 Courneling Psychology
Objcclir es
'l-o lrt'-ilitat* tltc slttilcttts
u'ith the nalurL- and process of ccltrnselilg t6eories and
teeltr rirlrrcs
'l'<)
e."Posc tltc sl.ttciettt to the
dillbrent llctors ol'applicatiou of counseling
inthe area of courxeli,g in
oi'clcr to applr,in variotrs u,alks ol'li[.:.
'fu ctrrhlc llte
sttrcletrl to accluire strflicient l,.now'ledge
Chapter l.
'
Coutrseling: The Alt and Science of tlelping
a. Definition. Purpose and Goals of Counseling.
b. Professional counseling
c. Ethical aspects
d. Counseling in India
Chapter 2.
Counseling Process
a. Counseling relatioruhip - Therapist - Client
b. Counseling interview - Stnrctured - Unstructured
c. Pharses of counseling - Different phases - Temrination
-
Feedback .
Chapter 3.
Theor{es of Counseling
a. Psychodynamic theory
b. Behaviorist theory
c. Ifumanist theory
d. Cognitive theory
Chapter 4.
T echniques of Counseling
a. Directive Counselirg - Nondirective courueling
b. Systematic desensitization - Behavior nrodification
c. Client centered Therapy
d. Rational Ernotive Therapv
e.'I'riursa!'ti onal r\ral1'sis
f Lrdian corrtributiorr - \'oga - r\Ieditation
Clrapt,;r'5.
(itrrup (lourlscUng
ir. i\I,'irnine. and Definition
- Cognitive
teclmiques
b.'l'heorl' and itlethod
c. Scope
and,'\pplicration
Clrnptcl'('.
'l'1'pes ol' ( ounseling
a. Child (-:()ilui;clinq - School ctiutr,s..liug
b. .\clolcsecn( couns.-litrg - car:'icr Cotrns,.littg
c. Nlarrirrgt' Cotrtrselitlg - I;ami11' Cottttsclittg
d. (iroup cc'tturseliug
e. ,\lcohol arnd Strbstauce abttse Coturseliirg
t. Crisis lutervetrtion - Stress managelnert
g. Old age Counseling
h. Counseling Special Groups
Referdriccs
to Counseling, W.G Brown Publishers.
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Publishing Co lnc.
3. Narayana Rao. S. (1981). Counseling Psychologr, New Delhi: Tata McGraw
l. Belkin G.S. (1988). Introduction
Hill Book
Company.
o
4. Nelsorr. J. (1982). The Theory and )ractice of Counseling Psychologlt, New
York: Holt Reine Heart & Winston.
5. Uduppa, K.N. (1985). Stress and lts l'[anagentent byYoga, New Delhi: Motilal
Benarasi Das.
6. Windy, D. (1988). Counseling In Action
(Ed), New
l'ork:
Sage Publications.
B.Psy In School Coturseling
Paper 2.2. P sY chodi agnostics
Objectives
1. i'o train
;. .i; iril;
.,
students for psychodianosis and psvchological assessment
and
knorvledge and skills required for psychological assessment
diagnostic testing.
l.
Nature antl scope of l{urrran Assessnrent
.'
2. Parattreters of Assessluettt, Psychological Scaling; Nlethods of scaling
coltstmction
-3. l)i.irrciplrs of Psl'chological test
developrnettt of nonrrs
otrd
validitl'
Itrnr ,furalvsis: ,'"'1ir[rifity,
{.
'!..t'pe s
5.
,\ssessnrent of General abilities
of Psychological Tests
(iruttp. Pcrfcrmtance, Verbal
6. ,\ssesstuent of special abilities
Apt itude, MultiPle APtitudes
7. Assessment of PersonalitY
dvnamic
Y.' --E--ev}lv'a
interaction
urDvr
(iS], Il.tLgl
lnterpersonal
ysl Dvusr
Interest,
IIIIEI
'.
.fr*o*:tests
: ,lt?
hventories, Intiview and Projective and non projective
8. Nature of Psychological
i
of self report
i
I
Assessment'
psychological
lnterview and observatlion, history taking, Rationale for each
trrt to be administered and reasons for selecting a given test for a given
subject.
9. Assessment of Developmental Progress
Cognitive lssesstnetrt
10. r\ssessnrent of Personality and Adjustment
4
11. \Yriting Psychological Reports
Synthesizing and integrating di.fferent test results; Research methods and
experimental approaches to psychodianostics. Recent developments in
psychodiagnostics. *
Boos for Stutly
1. Harsetq IU., & Bellack, AS (1rt{ll). Behaviorol assessment: A pratical
handboob. Nerv l'ork: Pergantt,n Press.
1 Winer. B, (1983). Clinical methods in psycholoS)'. New York John Wiley.
3. Canrpbell. J.P. &, Others (1973). The development and evaluation of
b,.'lraviorally'tra^sedscalt's. Jountal o.fAppliedPsychologlt, Vol. 54' 15'22.
.+
Clirrrirrero. z\.1{. & Chapmaru L.l,,. (196S). Illusory correlation as an obstacle
Icr tlre use of valid psvchodiagnostics sigrs. Journal. of Abnonnal
P.r.y'c lt ol og.),. \'ol. 7 +. 27 l-280.
5
,,\na.strrsi. .'\. ( 1997). Psychologic'al Testing. Nerv York: MacMilan Co.
(r
Cinrirrero. r\.!t. ( l9S6). I{and boolc o.f behavioraLAssesstnent, New York:
Jolur Wilel'.
B.Psy In School Counseling
Paper 2.3 Psychological Statistics
1. Introduction
The role and scope of statistics in scientific entpiry - The use of statistical
methods in psycholo&v - Analysis - An introduction to comptrter software Limitatiorx of statistics.
2. Descriptive
Study of data
Diagrammatic and
Classification and tabulation
Frequency distribution
graphic representations Histograms Frequency curve and polygun - Pie
diagrarrr - Ogives - Cumulative distributions - Measures of central tendency
Aritlurtetic rneall me.tian, mode Measures of variatiorl coefficient of
variation, percentiles and percentile ranks. Nnmerical examples front
psychology.
-
-
-
-
-
3. Elenrents of Probability
Finite sample space. Events classical. Frequency and axiomatic approaches,
Addition and multiplication rules, Independence.
J.
Ranrlorn I'ar{ables and Plobability distribution
Del-rrritiorr - f)rsc'rret,: :rnd continuotrs random variables, exalnples, Probability
rurass [rrrctior. Distribution function Drarving the graph.
5. Corrclulion and Regression
I\learrirrg, - Pearson's coe.fficient of correlation Scatter diagram
coruptrtation of correlation coeflicient Iiom 2-rvay tables - Interpretation of
conelation coeflicient - Itarft conelation - Itegression - Regression eqtration
- Identilying the regression eclurrtion.
6. Partial and Multiple correlation
-
lvleaning
Partial and Multiple correlation coefficients
equation (Three variable case only).
- Multiple regression
7. Stmdard distributions
Binomial
variance
- Poisson - Continuous rectangular
- properties - Applications.
distribution
-
Definition
- I\.,Iean and
g. llethorls of Sanrpling
Nuntcrical problenx Fitting - Nonnal distribution Irr importance and
Itaudonr sampling and non-ranclom sarurpling - Simple randorn sarnpling Stratified
-
Systematic and Cluster sarnpling.
9.
Srunpling Distributions
T.t - Land F distribution - Central liruit theorem
10. fests of significance and Lrterryal estirnation
Testing oI hy'potliesis - liull and aliernative li';pothesis -
Two
-,ipas
of eiron
-
- large and srnall sarnple tesl.s - T'he sigrific&nce of the di.fference between
means Proportion variance tests of correlations coefticient Conlidence
Porve.r
intervtl.
11. Analysis of l'ariance
One rvay aud
-I'wo
rvay classilicatiorr rvith single observation per cell.
12. Non-pirriunetric nrethorls
IlEroli,,i
i
-l
i
lirr studl'
I)ellri: Sultan Chand & Sorls.
(-irtrrr't. II.l.. and \\'ooclrvtrrtlr. it.S. (1996). Stctti,vtics irt psy6l1olog1, and
j,'rIiii-'ttIii)n. I]rrrubar': \'akils. IirllL'x arrd Sintens Ltd.
I.)lrrrltaclriu'ai'u. G.li. ancl Jt,iirr,orr. B.A. (1977). Statistical concepts &
t))itlljr.rii,r- N.'rv 1-ork: .krhrr u'ilev and Son.
( irrpla. S.l.,. ( 1988). ,l;ruti,yttt'n;' it le:littrl.y. Neu,
[)a1rer'
IJ. Ps_r- itr .5 rlxrol Coturseling
2.4. I'}s1'choIoqr' o[' l:,scclrtional,Spccial Children
Clhapter l. Iixceptional Children
Dctinition, types, Special Education Services
Chapter 2. Education of Exceptional C'hildren I.
Is.sues and ftinc'"'ations, I;beling, Assessiiient ui Special Educatio4 lv{eaning
Prevalence, Causes.
Chapter 3. Education of exceptional Children
II
Mentally Retarded Children - Gifted Children - Visually impaired - Hearing
impaired Emotional handicapped Physically handicapped - Writing
handicappbd - Problems with leaming DISABILITIES - Speech & Ianguage
- Slow learning children - Socially disadvantaged children.
Chapter 4. AssessrnenL
-
-
-
Student evaluation Informal system goal of onserving student behavior
Observ'ation in the environment
Development & implication of internal
instnunents and techniqtr es
-
Developnrent of criterion-referenced test
Curriculum based iissessment instruments
Factors related to examinee, and test itself.
-
Principles of & procedures
Factors affecting test results
-
Chapter 5. Labeling and Classification.
lranring disabilities - Merrtal retardation, Emotional disturbance, behavioral
disorclers, gilied & talented. educational disadvantaged.
Ilcl'trrreces.
'['ir','lor.
I
?,
l.
r.1,. ( l'.)iJ9). ;lsses'stnent c/-Exce.ptional Studenls, Edttccttional and
r.'c.ltt, I ogi cu I pt'oceclure, Nerv .lcrsel': Prentice Flall.
1:
P.urtl.r. I.,.Cl. ( I l9B9). Echrcciiion o/-cxcelttional chil.clrer, New Delhi: Vikas
i'jLil,iishing I lousc.
Si,iurrcr'. G.lI.. \Vila. I1.fl.. & \\a1ne. A. (1994). Htunan comtnttnicalin
r-i i x o t' cf e i',y, ..1 n'l n trct duc ti o n. Neu \-ork : itlclililan Putr Co.
{.
ilcriarrl. \\r.L,.. & Orlanskl'.
i'rrit (-.o.
5.
Srrritlr. I\'I.B.. Patlon- J.. & Ittenlratch. R. (1994). A"Iental retarclation,Nerv
York: Iv'Icll{iian College Pub co.
ItI.ll
(1998). Exceptional children : A'Ierril
1
t
Sclroul ( iorurstlfurg
Papcr 2.5 lntcrvetrtion: Strilicgics. Skills and Applicirtions
1).Ps1' fut
Objectives
skills
T1i-s course attempts to prepare the students to leam salient strategies and
perlinent to social psychological interrc'tt t iott.
1. Intervention Strntegies
lvlodels of intenention: Collective arrd individual orientation; comrnutltty
psychology as a rnodel for collective intervention in social problenrs:
irsychologists as professionals and activists: Dileuunas and choices,
Consultaricy rvork: bounselirlg: Il{odels atlrJ Processes. Therapy: Farfrily and
group therapv: Proc,esses of tfterapy and the skills of therapists.
2. Inten'etrtion Skills.
Skills apcl persolal qualities of psychologists in intervention; Conuuunicating
effectivclv and efficiently in vaiioirs t:ontexlsl Pemtrading the policy tnakers,
administers aud corruluritY leaders: Workiug in srnilll gloups'
3. Applicatiotrs Acro3s Life Span
Chili ,t u*. (serual or otherwiie): issues ancl scope tbr intervention; Children
li'o1r [rrokel 4rtcl siugle parent laurilies: Ju't'enile delinquency; ir'Iotivating
aclults lor education: 6*9 addiction and itlcoholistrt: problems and remedial
pleasul'es. Urtetlplovlrer,iarr,l its ps1'clto-lioctial col6equellces: Utuest aud
yiplcrrce -ciluscs. ..ir,*.q,.r.rtcc,s itttcl s,:opc Ibr intervetttion. Yottth arld social
ntovctttcttts.
J. .\pplir:rttiotrs tu Lcgll .'U'ellit
itclirti<,1 trctir,r:c-rr ltq 11d
1xl.,
ehgl9gr': Ittteruier,l'ing,
eyelvttneSS:
strgLlc.tihiliLr,: I,l'..ruosi, trl' suggestioir: Uvaltratiug eVewittress stateureuts:
'[ ,::ilit'trtrt]r. . Iltl:rc tttcutrlt'ies iuld [alsc' cottIe ssitllt.
lir'li'r't'ttct
l.
2.
A
I-l,r.,cl,rrcll. G.i\I.. Foot. II. ct Gilttr...rttr. It. ( l9S2). Social psV'cltology:
ttt'trt icu I nnnua !. Lcltrdou: ]-avetilrattt l)ress'
C'liaruala. S. & ]rlorliss. P.D. (1990). lt'orlcing rogether.for land care"
Attstralian Acadenric
t j r.ct t p t ilana ge tlten t ski lls an cl St rtt r e gLe,r, Brisbane:
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trnds' Culcutta:
Concepts, praticis o,d
'*"'ging
psychological analysis.
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5.
C)sford: Pergatnon Press'
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Firre. G.A &, s*,lst om. K.L. (198S). linotving
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A
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i. Jorgensen- D.L.
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3, Kidd. J.R ( '3ii; noiu adultsirr,r,r, Nerv York: tusociation Psychological
g. Nlotrrthl.. NI.v. ljggz). Huntan resotffces ilrunageillent:
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:;
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psychologlt in Iniia: Tie saie-of-the-art. (W95'157)' New Delhi:
the fi etd. Newbury Park: Sage'
r 5. rwhy,te, w.F. i it8oi. Learning from
O.xlbrcl:
/
Ii.Psy hr Sclrr-rol Counscling
Paper 2. 5. Psi'chological Statistic's
1. Introductiort
'I'[rc role iutd sc.op,-' oI statistics itt s,--ieutil-ter ettc]trir]'
The use of statistical
rrreLhocls irt ps1'chology - .\nalt'sis -- . ul introdttction to corrrpttter softlvare
Limitatioirs o['slatistics.
-
-
2.
I)t's.:t'i ptive Stutll' ol' dater
Classilicltiolt arrcl tabulation - l.'rer1u,:rtcv distritrution - Diagramnratic itncl
glapltic rcprcscntatious -- Flistoglarns IiretlitellLrv cLtl'\'e aucl polygun - Pie
ili.g,',,,,, ()gir',:s . Curnulttive distriltt.tIions - Itleasttres of cctltraltenderlcv .\ritluiietic llieiltl. ureclian. nroclc IIu'ilsul'esi of variatiotr" coeffrcie[t of
r uliation. pet'centile's and percentile t'attks. Nttttrerical exarnples frottt
psveholo.g_r-.
3. Iilenrents of ProbabilitY
Filite santple space, Events classical. Frecluency and axiomatic approaches,
Addition and nrultiplication nrles, lndependence'
.1. Itrurdoltr Variables and Probabilitl' distribution
Definitiop - Discrete ald continuous randour variables, exanlples, Probabilit.v
mass fturction. Distribution fuirctiou, Drarving the graph.
5. Correlaticn and Regression
Pearson's coeffrcient of correlation Scatter diagfam
corlputation of correlation coe.fficietrt liom 2-way tables - Interpretation of
.orrilotiol coefficielt - Rank correlation - Regession - Regression equation
- Identilf ing f.he regressiou equation.
lr,leaning
6. Partial and Nlultiple correlation
lvleanirrg - Partial and }vltrltiple correlation coeflicieuts
equatiou (Tlree variable case only).
7. Standar'd distributions
Bilornill - Poisson - Continuotrs
variance
- properties -
rectan ltrlar clislribution
Applicatiorts.
8. llethods of SzunPling-fittillg
-
lvtultiple regression
- Defurition -
Mean aud
Nurlerie-1| protrlemr - Nomtal distribution - Its irnportance and
Riurdonr sanqlling ancl non:rautlom santpling Siruple random sampling Stratilied - Svstematic and Cltrster sanrpling.
9.
Sarnpling Distributions
X2 -tand F distribution - Central limit theorern
10.
Tests of sig,ificance anrl I,te^'al estirnatib.
Testing of hypothesis - Ntrll and altemative hy,pothesis
- I'r,vo typas of errors Polver - Large and srnall santple tests The sigpificallce
of t1e difference betlyeen
lnealN Proportion variance tesls -of correlation.. coeflicient
ConJidence
inl.enal.
11. Armlysis of Variallce
one rvay and Two
r.vay classification rvith siugle observation per cell.
12. Non-pararnetric rneflrorls
Books for stud.r,'
'j Gupta' S P (19,38). ,\tatistical Alethocl.s- Ner.r'Delhi: Sultan Chand & Sons.
'1. Gat'reL- [1.E. ancl \\'oodrvotllr. R.S. (1996). Statistic,y in psychology ctncl
E'cirictrrir.trr. Ijor,trav: varrils. Feffex a,cl si,re,s LtcJ.
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B.Ps"r in Sclrool Counscling
Paper 2.6 Pracricals,skill training.
Objectives
l. To creatc' iuterc'st and excitement tilvarcls pst,chological phenomena.
2. 1'o clevelop ull awareness of psvchological t.ools ancitecluriques.
-s. 'I'o provide basic training in plamring ancl conducting e.rperiments.
6. l-o lircilitatt: uttderstanding of (tlreoletical) psvcholo[ical constructs and
their appliczrtion to problertr soh'ing.
'l'o
lhcilitate processes of self-leanring.
-5.
Itetprirerl nuurber of Pratical/Skill training should be selected from the
lbllorving list.
L
\\',,'schler Lrtelligeuc.e scale for Chilclren.
2, \\'eschler Adult Intelligence scale.
3. Itaven's progressive I\,Iatrices ct colourccl r\latr.ices'reiit.s.
-+. J'est lirr Attitudes arrd va.lues.
-5. Nla1h"'u' Personality Ltrrenton'.
6. .\usietv Scale -- Taylc''r.
7, liclrlr:ri of l)eprciisiorr l--],--ck.
.q. (-'lriltlrcrr's .\JrPr,--r--iltirrn lcst (C.\'1
i). I)':r clrrpurcrrtal arrd Social nratrrriti Scale.
It). I )r itu ;r \llrr 'l'cst.
I I . Krrrrlirrrur'l r's[ o['I:drrcational r\clii+\.rlrLl)t.
,
litar rrlarul clilguosLic lteading'l'c'st,
I -l'l est,.rl' I{cading Cornprehensirur.
14. Gihuore Olal Iteacling 'Iest.
'I'est
I-5
crf Itlathernatical Abililies.
I
.1.
l(r"'[est ol \\/ritten spelling.
I7.'fhe adaptive lrehavior inveutorn 1br chilclren.
18. Levine competencry behavior chec.k list.
I 9. Irleasurement of Self-concept test.
20.Test of Written language.
21. Language processing Test.
22.'f esl ol' rvorcl Fluencl'.
2 3. Ii,Iu ltilevel acadernic sun,e1,'.
24. iUaLlretnatics concept Lrvernton,.
2 5, I rr ventorr., ol' basi c ;'\ritluneti c skill
s.
vil
1
fl
)
D.Psf
Paper 3.1. Inten'entiou:
il
School Courrseling
'fherapctrtic 'I ecluriques antl cottnseling skills'
Objectives
theoreticel approaches to
paper focuses on the contributio[ of di-flerent
and comrnunity interventions and
psVchopatfiology to the area of cligical
aitns.
1. This
2.t
3,
CON'I'ENTS
1.
TheraPeutic Itrterventions
f'eatures of intelvelttiolrs'
2.
'l'heraPt'utic llclltionshiP
cstablisliir rd
.t.
i'.'a
Sl';.ills
lir;tic qtrills'
ol':i I'ht't'irPist
Listerrulg. lcaclitrg, sununarizing'
Pdm
luterr,'etttiotr: Corrtpeterrr;e building:
resp
issues irr Psl'chothet'apy: Therapist
i.ru.rt special reference to madtal anrl
perspective.
.1.
'['1 pcs
of Tlrel'ap1'
Supporlive therapies: Ivfillieu therapy, Inspirational group therapy, Creative at
therapies and structural integration: Reeducative therapies: Behaviour therapy (Operan\
Wolpian and Modeling procedures) : Cognitive approach: Ellis, Goldfiie4
N,Ieichenbaunl Goodman and Beck; Client-ccntrecl psycltotherapy and stages of therapy;
Reeclucative group therapies: Mechanisnrs of group prychotherapy with a focus on
group processes: types including psychodrarna, group therapy and family therapl'
(including madtal therapy); Recorntructive therapies;
Psychoanalysis;
Psychoanalflically oriented psychotherapy Process and techniques with a focus on
transference. resistance, rvorking ttuough and the interpretive processes; pxistential
anah,sis; Gestalt therapy; trarsactional anall'sis; Holigtic approaches to therapy; Yoga
meditation, bio-feedback and others; Extra therapeutic healing aids: Spontaneous cure;
placebo effect; Lrdian Traditions of I{ealirrg; The place of mental illness in Indian
cosrnolory.
5.
Couuselling
Basic features; counselling relationsirip and counselling process; Training in
social skills: prograrrmes for social problems; Life Sklls Training, Social Skills
Tlaining and Anger Control. Fleterosocial Skills attd competence; Programmes for
special populations; Juvenile offenders : In an institutional setting Parents as mediators
in the social skills trairring of chilclren. Sooial Skills for \Vomen and Elderly; Programs
Iirr the Ser;erel)' Irrrpaired; Social Skills Trailing n'itlt Ps1'chiatric Patients and N{entally
Retalded.
Ileirt!ittgri
,\.iar
e.
.\1r.rr,,,.
lj.
(l{ri;lii))
.
i"ugi
Sr
I. .t
\crr
i\[r!.rn,
( ',.,!u.v, (
i.
(
l',s.t,t itr-ttltcr,i1l.r,' l:.last
icntilic untl l'jltilost-rph1', l)ertsst lr,luri.t.
\1.:\. (l-d.) (1985).
'r'tjlk : .lulut \\'ile.y
"t
I1.)lJ6). l.lrcot'.t,
cV
l"[urt,lb,x:lc t-tf'sctcictl sl;tlls trui:titlS t]nc:l re,vearch.
Sons.
pr',tcltcas ol' eounsclling dflcl psyclntlrcrapli l\'Iontery,
('aIiltrmia : Brooks:Clole Publishing
(.iclsr;. C.J.
&
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Fer1z,
C--oItipatt-l'
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Nerv york : ,{ltvn &
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Toukmarian, S.G & Rermie, D.C (L992). Ps.t'chotherapy process reseat'ch. Sage'
\\:otrlbr;rg" L.R.
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t998). Tite lecltrtt(ttc,t
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sltq'ltotiterap.t'' Ilarcour Brace: Grune &
'i ti attotl
\\-ol,c. t{.. fr I-)r1clc;i. \\', (li.ils.) (1996). 11nni[[1rol. courrselling psYchologv" Netv Delhi:
lj.ig,..
Ed' California
Corer. G. (l9li(r). t:Ltse Ltppl'Ltoch to cottrtselling ps.t'choflrcrapr;' 2n'l
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\\/elsch, G. S. (1960). ivINIPI handbook : A gUide touse in clinical
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un,l ,\li-tlitt' Skill,r.
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lied
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1, ;. i 1,'
r
t'.,
Lllivclsity
l'l'es:r.
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Fiazclitt,
il t ) i i,i t l t'! l l rc r a1-t.1"
i\:
'\.8.
eN'
in bellack "\'S"
(l:cls)' ]tttcrncttiottctl hanclbook
\'ork
Lr-lttclutt : ['lenum Press'
of
behoviour
TY
NIeelrL P.E.(19+5). The oclynarnics
PsYcholog;, 1,296 - 303'
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"struotut'e" personality tesls'
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good dockbook' 'lnterican Psychologist' '
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clurtge:;l
couples
Ilelpitrg
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R.Il.
sfuart,
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tlterap"-' Nerv York:
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4
2.
B.Psy in Sclruol Courrseling
Pnper' 3.{. Dducational Guidance and stutrent Inten'ention.
Grridalce
\\'ltirt is gtridance - Nsred for Edu.-atiorral guidance - Guidance in lear1ilg
Princiirles olnrotit'ation - Cultivatirig fliol,cr stutlt,habitri Iltrproving r..adlng
lncl uriting sliills.
Diagn<r.stic tcsts.
[]chitVior plnblcttrs clt.:cli lists - case slirdr,rnc'thocls. Curuulative recorcls. use
trl'psl slrolugie al testr,.
irlc
I rt i
Ii r irt i, rr r ol-
1
rroblc'm b..har.ior
Irrt,-'r'r'icu r. t )lrscrvirlitrit etc.
Sitrtlurts arrrl I)cliur;uent behar,ior
re pl tvs ica I I v alrcl rrrcntalll, handicapped.
'l'l
Grrirlurrce lbr the disadvrrntaged
'l
he gilied and the under achievers
Evaluation of the Guidance prograrlulte
I-Iistorv of Student Services
Otrjectives of stttdent services - Functions - Vocational guidance
health seruices - Itole of the faculty lneurb..rs of the stucleut senices
services in fte htdian Schools.
- studelt
- Stuclent
l'Y3i::L
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
R.C. & Junifer, D.F. (le7 7). A turanual of educational cuiaun"r.
Iv{iller. F.S. (1963). Guidance Principles &'services.
Shertzer & Stone ( 1971). Fundamental ofGuidance.
Naravana Rao (1994). Counseling & Guidance, New Dethi: Tata McGraw
Hill.
strorg. R.& N'Iorris. G. (1961). Guidance in ihe Clcrs,s rooilt.
Patterson. c.J. ( 1,971). An Introdttction to counseling in the school
D.Psy hr School Counselling.
Paper 3.5. Psychologv and Social Issues.
Objectives
.
The course r,vill provide social psychological analysis of somc' salient
coteurporary social issues.
1. Nature of Social Issues
Social psycholory and social issues: basic \,'s. r\pplied Science: Iucreasing role
of social Psychologv in social Problenis: Applied Social Psychology and Social
Policl'.
2.
Social Psychologicil Understanding of Social S.y'stenrs
Indian Fanrily System; social stratificatioll caste, class, polver; social identifies
- Religiotrs ethics.
3.
poverty and tleprivation.
Social psychologicrrl analysis of deprivation; Consequences of deprivation;
Povert'r -. Thc'oric's tif Povertl'. Concomitanls of Povertv, Inequality, Sources
of Deprivation. Lreclualitl' and Political IUobilization. Social justification.
,Social inequalit5-,
J. l}rvirurutirntirl
ir"sues.
I..lrvirt)lullclri. c'trlttue and [lehavior: Exlllanations o1'crorvding. Experic'nce attd
rlorJsc(lucni'ils r)(' clou,clirrg: Lltrcr'.qy consr'I'\'dtion: Stl'ess, Air. Noise. tl'ater 1rol Itttiuir lurl llcltitvjor,
5. llrrrlt!r arrrl llehuvior'
ll<ll. ..'f Li.-.hervior in nrajor
health problurrs. Shoflcouuuings of the bionredical
mocle-I. IJehavior sciences in disease prs'\'erltion aud cotrtrol in derreloping
corurtrir-:s. iudia's health Scenario.
6. Political Behavior
Development of Icls'ology; Use of social groups in politics.
7. .trti-Social Behavior
Corruptiou. bribeil,and other lbmrs of Arii-social behaviors.
8. Lnpact of IT antl Conunrurication teclurolog.y olr Social Behavior'.
9. \tiolence
-
Violence irr ftnrilies aud marriage: Rape:
Narture and Categories of Violence
Collective l'iolence lbr social change.
10. Social Justice Issues
The concept of soc.ial Justice: Reacttous
re-nrove injtrstice,
to it{ustice: social interveirtion to
11. Issues of Ilunriur and Social l-revelopnrent antl Quality of lifc and
developntettt.
Reatlirrgs
1. Aslrrat, A. (1994). Ethenic ldentitv and natictnal integration, New Delhi:
2.
3,
.l
.
Coucept.
l3anerjee. D. (1982). PoyerU,. clct,v.y ctncl hectlth ailture in India. Vol I. New
Delhi : Prachi Praliashan.
1985;. IJcttltlt titul .flunilf irt ]ndicr. New Delhi: Lok
l-iirncrjc.e.
I'ritkashatt.
Ertt,itorunental psychology,
l]orittcs. iU.. ck, Secchiaroili. G. ( 1995
'firr-rusand Oaks: Sage.
D. (
).
Clrarr.lpir. S.l(. ( l9tl7). Fantill'ploit;tn! lt'(.)gt'Luntttc.; irt lnclict: Its irtryact in
t'irt'al un<J ttrbur't .tt'e(t.\. J)elhi: ColiccpI
(r. [)rilr.." l; C. ( lglili). ;\iode:rni:Ltuatt ttncl cleveloprrtenl. Nerv Delhi: Sage.
5.
1
\ I,rlr.rrrt',
\.[i.. & \lisra. G. (.2000). l:',s1'cholctgl; o.f' poverh' and
,ii,tr,,.lt r i!!l<t,!.!.t, (l tls ). Ncu D.'lhi: Litlrtccllt.
l(. \lisrrr. (i. ( l!)')()). .ippliecl .sctcial p:;1'cliologt'in lnclict. Nc'rv Delhi: Sage.
(l \lisrrr. (i. ( l!)99). Ps1,6'lrorogrc'al
[tt)t'.\pecttt:e,\ ot1 sress and healtfr. New
Dcllri: Coucept.
l().lrorrsea, iU. (1998). Family and nmrrioge tn India, Jaipur: Sachin.
I 1. Gturclhi. N., & Shah, N. (1991). The isstrc at stake: Theory and practice in
thei contenlporary women's ntovernent
Wonren.
in India, Nerv Delhi: Kali for
Scheduled castes and the struggles against
i'n'equality. Nelv Delhi: lndian Social Institute.
13. Seu A-, & Seru AK. (1998). challenges of contemporary realities: A
psT,chological perspective (Eds.), New Delhi: Nerv Age International.
l4.Sinlra, D., Tripsthi, R.C., & Ivlisnt. G. (1995). Deprivation: Social roots
and psl,sfiological consequences, Nelv Delhi: Concept.
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Sage.
J. (1983).
I
vl
I!.Ps.v in Schot>l Corurselling
Pupcr 3.6. lndepetrcletrt l'roicct rvork/lntet nship.
l.
'i'[e
pr...{eot lvork should be done
o1' concetled teacher/a srtpen'isor.
in the sr;ltool setting rviththe supert'isiort
selecting an intetnship; there should be trvo montlx
supervised internship in the school.
2. II' the student is
Suggested Project rYorli (Model).
.1ne
StuOents should do counseling at le st five achlal cases of problem children
such as PfiobialStudy Problem/ Adjustrnent etc.. from primary or secondary school
usilg standarcl techtiques and tesls aud a consolidated report has to be submitted
at the end ofthe acadernic year.
-
t
i i )1rrii;ual)
li.I's.r ch in School (lounscling
lntlian l),s.r'chol,r91' nnd Sociiri l{elations
0b,ie clile s
'l'lrc ptrrltosr- of this course
is to cl,,-r'elop a culttrrally sensitive perspective o1
processes.
Con.sid.'riug
culture as a procr.r..r ond viervipg
Psl'chological
priYchological phenonlena as recil-rrocallt, related to it, the course intends
students iuto the ernerging field of Indian indigenous psychology.
1. Introduction
Diverse pet'spectives on flre disciplincs of psychology: Biological. social.
Ctrlttrral: The debate orl scientilic paradignr' and its implicatioru for
indi genotrs psychologl'.
2. ltelationship
Behveen C\rlture and Psyphology
Clranging perspectives. Ernergence of Cultural, Cross-cultural and.indigenous
psl'chologists. The non-westenr perspectives on psychologl,.
3. \\'orkl Vierr:s and Percpectives on Realitl'
Nlethocls of knor.ving in Indian tradition with
ret-erence
to
Sankhya, Vedant,
Yoga and Buddhisrn.
J.
The Notions of Self.
The probleun of self and rurclerstanding. The notions of mind, consciousness
and spiritualitr,.
5. Ilealth and Well-befurg
\-ttga atrcl Jtleclitation: *:',,royorr',r,. irludra-
Banclhas- Pratyahar, Dhanna.
Dh1'au. Comp:rssionate Action.
6. \-:rlues, IIor':rlitv anrl Justice.
h
rtlirrr I)crspceti
r',:s
7. ('oulr'pilu;rlizing illrrn-Ilntironnrcrrt ltelationsldp.
li rr,- i rr l I ).''l
r
rvi ur : l'[rc,.,ha l lengcs
rt
l' li ul
iviclualitv and reiatechress.
l';. IIurrr:rrr l-)cr elopnrenl
'llrc iclca ol' child: Organization o1'artult lilt;
f.
Prc'cess of ageing.
i\Iotivation
lntrinsic urotivation Ideas of ;-\uasirltti. \\'ork Happiness.
V
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cs
.l
Irrtn>tlrrction to the conccpt ancl nrr;clels o1' healtlr in thc' socio-cttltttral
iolltL',\ts attcl tlt.' scol)e of health psvclt,tlogr.
lrrtrr',clrr,-'tiorr to llre Ilenlth clurr:agin3 abcl hclllh-promoting lifb
str lcs he lut t irlt s;
Jntrrrtltrr'irr,t strcsli pherronrr-non \\'illr hc;rlth-r'r-latctl c<ltt,';ocluellces arrd its
-l
'l'r, scrr,rtr,rc rcqrlrlirrq healtlr concents rtl'eltilclr,,'tt. \\'olllell alld the elclerll'.
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1. .\lr'ulriug ui'lIt:rltit fut socinl cull{ttr':tl co:tlc.lts
Natui'c. Scopc rrucl clevelopnrent oI' h.'altlt ps\'0holog\'. fhe role of Health
Jrst
choiogist.
2. llodels of llealth
Bi o-psycho-social and cul ttrral urodels : I I,..a I tli be I iL'f models.
3. Iletltlr dartraging and Ilealth protnotilrg life styles/behaviors.
T),p" A behavior pattt-,m and Cardio Vascular
cliseases atrcl role of
.1. Sttess and Ilealth
Netttu'c and tl,pes of stress. Causes aucl colsequellces
rnanagelnent. Role cf social Support.
5. Ilealth
CVD illness.
of
stress.
Stress
issues relating to Children,lYortren antl'Elderl5'.
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B PSY IN SCHOOL COUNSELLING
PAPER 3,2 tsEI-IAYIO UR IVIODIFICATION
Objectives
:
1.
To import knowledge & develop & bills neecled for applling behaviour
modification tecluriques
To ftnport knoMedge & develop skills torvards self-development.
2.
I lntroduction
\l'hat is beltavioul nrodification - Learrftrg thereory founclations of behaviour
rnodilicatiorr - medis & lirnitatiions of behviourar approach.
II
Ilehar ioural Alralysis
I
r, c I r a
rrc
i^g
cline, [s i*.'<_rlr,rne.l
- bsharriour.al
counsellfu rg.
II I [(t,lutir..n:rl techrritl':e.r
.laccit-,s;un Pro."J'e:isive
Irluscular Relalions
(.lp\fl{)
Antogerrio training - yoga,
tnctlit:ltion e tc.
[1'. 51'stenratic deseuritisation
Basic principles - construction
deseuritisation .
V.
of
hieralchy - scene presentation: theory
of
Assertivenesss training
'
Components of assertive behaviour; lvlethocl of Assertiv'eness training nplernenling
fu
assertive procedures.
VI. Operant - Conditioning technique
Basic Para4igus - schedules of reinforcement - token economy - shaping,
chaining - Premack's Principles.
VII.
Cognitive behaviour N,Iorlification
I\leichenbaum's Self- fusntction training beck's moclel - rational emotive therapy
of Ellis.
,A.
L
flr:rpter I - iN'II{ODUCTION
to Fluman Resoulce Nlanageilent (HRD)
lntrr-rduciion
inlluences. - eclual employment opportunil
-
lmpotlant ' en'vilorunental
'
Ht']N&q'N RESOURCES
Chapter I-t . ,\CQTIISITION OF
Huntatrfesoufoesplanning-Jobanalys;.s.recruitingSources-tlreselection
the new lrands'
process - seiection ilevices- socialising
III . DI'\'ELOPIVIENT
Chapter
OF HUMAII RESOLIRCES
'Enrployre tr:rirring & management clevelopmeil
Chapter
l\'- N1OTIV'tTION
- Career clevelopment
OF HUI'IAN I)"SOIIRCES
schecluliflg and motivation Petformance
N,i0rivatiott-Jobn clesigr - rvork
- employee'
appraisal - r'ewardirtg the pr<'rductive
OF HI-IMAN RESOTIRCES
Chapter V - NITIINTANANCE
cornputarisation and aclministratiott
antl Hcaltli - l'abour relatiotts'
- safety
- Benefits & sen'ices - Disciplies
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).
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l:llff
H
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Clirrical Applicatious; of Behaviour I'herapy
ln amiety disorders, Psycho active substance use disorders - Personality disorders
- childhood disorders - Bio-feed back principles & cljnical applicatioru
IX.
Educational Guidance
Programmecl leauring - guiclance in elementary School
guidanoe torvards life - goals.
&
secondary school -
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2
3.
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l)s'i clt ologv So,;ict1-.
B. PS\" lli SCIIOOi, ('Ol;r\lil'iLLlNG
I'apr:r 3.3
flurnur ltesourcc l)eveluprneut
()bjectirctress:
1.
To proricle an understanding of social ps1'chological and sociological principles
that influence behaviour of individuals in organized setting.s.
2.
[o
3.
4.
5.
6.
1)lbr,ide an understanding of the humau and social interfaces of teclurolog'&
management of organizational change.
To develop an appreciation of cultural faclols in rnanagement, designing ofjobs,
assessment of individuals
& organizalional pertbrmance.
To equip stuclents in various rcsearch mcthods including Action Research, to
enable to generate data for cliaguostic use.
To enable the stuclents to develop training rnethods for teaching and non-teaching
staff in the organization.
To Seuritize the students about relevance of plaruring and rvork counselling
arnong arlolescents.
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