TYBA Psychology (SPPU) Syllabus wise Notes

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Semester-5

SEC-1C (3): Industrial and Organizational Psychology DSE-1C (3)+(1):  Testing Project Psychological Testing (Theory) DSE-2C (3)+(1):  Statistics (Psychological Tests)

Semester-6

SEC-1D (3): Applied Psychology DSE-1D (3)+(1):  Research Project Experimental Psychology (Theory) DSE-2D (3)+(1):(Statistics) Psychological Experiments SEC-2D (2):  (Value/skill based course) Personality Development.

SEC 1 C (3) : INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

UNIT-1: INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL (I/O) PSYCHOLOGY- NATURE AND SCOPE

1.1: I/O Psychology: Meaning, subject matter and functions of Industrial Psychology. 1.2: The history of I/O Psychology. 1.3: I/O Psychology in the present.1.4: Future of I/O Psychology.

UNIT-2: PERSONNEL SELECTION AND TRAINING

2.1: Job Profile, job analysis and Recruitment techniques. 2.2: Interviews, psychological testing and Needs assessment for training. 2.3: Psychological Principles in training and training for knowledge and skill. 2.4: Evaluation of Training Program.

UNIT- 3: EVALUATING JOB PERFORMANCE

3.1: Uses of performance evaluation: Downsizing, promotion, seniority. 3.2: Sources of evaluation: The evaluator and performance appraisal. 3.3: Appraisal rating systems: Graphic rating scales and rating errors. 3.4: Non-rating evaluation methods: Checklists and comparison methods.

UNIT-4: MOTIVATION AT THE WORKPLACE [12 Periods]

4.1: Concept of work motivation. 4.2: Need theories: McClelland, Herzberg. 4.3: Cognitive theories: Goal Setting Theory, Self Efficacy Theory. 4.4: Motivation: Self discipline – seven step process.

READINGS:

Aamodt, M.G. (2007). Industrial and organizational psychology: An applied approach. US: Thomson & Wadsworth. Berry, L.M. (1998), reprint 2010. Psychology at work: An introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology. N.Y.: McGraw-Hill International Editions. Gadekar, Jamale, Rasal ( 2013), Audyogik va Sanghatanatmak Manasshastra. French (2015). Organization Development: Behavioral Science Interventions for Organization Improvement, 6/e , Pearson, Education. Luthans, F. (1995). Organizational behavior (7th ed). New York: McGraw- Hill, inc. McShane, et al. (2006). 1st reprint. Organizational behavior. N.D.: Tata McGraw-Hill Miner, J.B. (1992). Industrial-Organizational Psychology. N.Y.: McGraw-Hill Pandit, R., Kulkarni, AV. & Gore, C. (1999). Manasashastra: Audyogik aani vyavasayik upayojan. Nagpur: Pimpalapure & Co.
Robbins, S.P. & Sanghi, S. (2007). Organizational behavior (11th Ed.). New Delhi: Pearson Education. Robbins, S.P.; Judge, T.A; and Sanghi, A (2009). Organizational behavior. N.D.: Pearson Prentice Hall. Schultz, D. and Schultz, S. E. (2006). Psychology and work today. 8th ed. N.D.: Pearson Edu. Singh ( 2015). Organizational Behaviour : Text and Cases, 2/e – Pearson, Education. Warren ( 2015). Occupational Psychology: An Applied Approach, 1/e, Pearson Education.

DSE 1 C (3): PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING (THEORY) + (1) TESTING PROJECT

UNIT-1: INTRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS

1.1: What is psychological test? History. 1.2: Classification, characteristics. 1.3: Steps in test construction. 1.4: Ethical issues in test construction.

UNIT-2: RELIABILITY OF TESTS

2.1: Reliability: Meaning, true score estimation. 2.2: Types: Test-retest, Split-half, Parallel-form and Scorer reliability. 2.3: Standard error of measurement. 2.4: Reliability- Influencing factors and improvement techniques.

UNIT-3: VALIDITY OF TESTS

3.1: Validity: Meaning. 3.2: Types: Content, criterion and construct. 3.3: Convergent and discriminant validity. 3.4: Validity: Statistical calculation method.

UNIT-4: NORMS

4.1: Meaning of norms, Norm-referencing and Criterion-referencing tests. 4.2: Types of norms: Age, grade, percentile and standard-score norms. 4.3: Injunctive norms, descriptive norms, consensus norms, critical norms. 4.4: Reciprocity norms, social-responsibility norms, situational norms.

READING:

Anastasi, A. & Urbina, S. (2009). Psychological testing. N.D.: Pearson Education. Asch, S. E. (1955). Opinions and social pressure. Scientific American, 193, 31- 35. Desai, B. and Abhyankar, S.C. (2001). Prayogik Manasashastra ani Samshodhan Paddhati. Pune: Narendra Prakashan. Hechter, M. and Opp, K. D. (2001). Social Norms. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Kaplan R.M.& Saccuzzo D.P.(2005) Psychological Testing,Principles ,Applications and Issues.Sixth Ed. Cengage Learning India, Pvt Ltd. Sherif, M. (1936). The Psychology of Social Norms. New York: Harper and Row. Asch, S. (1952). Social Psychology. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall) Singh, A.K. (2006). Tests, Measurements and research methods in behavioural sciences. Patna: Bharati Bhavan.

DSE 2 C (3): PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS + (1) STATISTICS

I] GENERAL AND SPECIAL ABILITY TESTING (any two)

1. Malin’s Verbal OR Performance Scale. 2. Standard Progressive Matrices (SPM). 3. Binet Kamath Test. 4. Test of Creativity. 5. Differential Aptitude Tests (DAT)- Any two sub tests. 6. Dexterity test.

II] PERSONALITY (any two)

1. Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. 2. NEO-FFI. 3. Sentence Completion Test. 4. 16 PF. 5. Introversion-Extraversion Test. 6. Interest inventory. 7. Type A and Type B personality test.

III] ADJUSTMENT (any one)

1. Family. 2. School. 3. Marriage. 4. Expectations from the Life partner Scale.

IV] TESTING OF ATTITUDE (any one)

1. Marriage. 2. Religion. 3. Optimism-pessimism. 4. Attitude towards the mother scale.

READINGS:
Anastasi, A. & Urbina, S. (2009). Psychological testing. N.D.: Pearson Education.
Broota, K. D. (1989, reprint 2014). Experimental design in Behavioural Research. New Age International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Chadha N.K.(2009),Applied Psychometry, Sage Publication Pvt Ltd. New Delhi. Desai, B. and Abhyankar, S.C. (2001). Prayogik Manasashastra ani Samshodhan Paddhati. Pune: Narendra Prakashan. Garrett, Henry E. (2006). Statistics in Psychology and Education(1st Indian reprint).Surjeet Publications, Delhi-7. Gliner, J. A., & Morgan, G. A. (2000). Research methods in applied settings: An integrated approach to design and analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Kaplan R. M. & Saccuzzo D.P.(2005) Psychological Testing, Principles, Applications and Issues. Sixth Ed. Cengage Learning India, Pvt Ltd. Mangal, S. K. (2009).Statistics in Psychology and Education (2nd Edition- 10th printing). PHI learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

SEC 2 C (2) (VALUE/SKILL-BASED COURSE) : PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT-1

UNIT-1: PERSONALITY

Concept and Role of Personality: Definitions. Factors affecting personality.

UNIT -2: TRAITS

Personality Traits. The 7 habits of highly effective people.

UNIT -3: FIVE PILLARS OF PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Introspection. Self- Assessment. Self-Appraisals. Self-Development. Self-Introduction

READINGS:

Covey Stephen (2004). The 7 habits of highly effective people. Franklin Covey Co. Hurlock Elizabeth (1988). Personality Development, McGraw Hill. Natu, S.A, ( ). Personality Development, Revised Edition, Nirali Prakashan, Pune.

 

 

SEC 1 D (3): APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

UNIT-1: INTRODUCTION APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

1.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of applied Psychology. 1.2 Fields of Applied psychology. 1.3 Clinical applications (classification of mental disorders DSM V , ICD 10 , therapies – CBT, Clint
centered therapy, REBT ). 1.4 Cognitive Neuro Science (nature and major applications – PNI, EEG, MRI, CT, PET etc).

UNIT-2: APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION

2.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of Educational Psychology. 2.2 Effective Teaching – Learning Methodologies / Pedagogies (group discussions, projects,
presentations, interactive methods). 2.3 Issues of Various Categories of Challenged Students – Physically, mentally, economically
challenged, Intellectual Disabilities (ID). 2.4 Problems and Solutions to Educational Problems – physical environment, Government policies, school and higher education, Ashramshalas.

UNIT-3: FAMILY AND DEVELOPMENTAL APPLICATIONS

3.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of Developmental Psychology. 3.2 Issues of Adolescents (stress and strain, identity crisis, adjustment to physiological and psychological changes). 3.3 Family and Marital Problems and Solutions. 3.4 Love, Relationships (dating, live in) and Break Ups.

UNIT-4: SOCIAL ISSUES AND NEW TRENDS IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

4.1 Role of Psychologists in tackling Social Issues (interventions, research, policy level work). 4.2 Psychology of Terror, Psychology of Corruption. 4.3 Definition, Nature and Fields (correctional, investigative). 4.4Criminal Psychology, Cyber Crimes, Violence (meaning and types), Investigative Procedures (role of the psychologist) Law – contribution of Psychology to law.

READINGS : –

Bayne and Horton (2003). Applied psychology, Sage Publications. Weiten and Lloyd (2004). Psychology applied to Modern Life and Adjustment in 21st Century, Thomas Wadsworth Publications. Sharma, R (2009). Applied Psychology, Atlantic Publications. Bachav, A. M. (2012). Applied Psychology, Chandralok Prakashan. Snyder C.R. & Shane J. Lopez (2007). Positive Psychology, Sage Publications. Taylor Shelley (2012). Health Psychology: Tata McGraw-Hill. David F. Marks,Michael Murray,Brian Evans, Carla willing Cailine Woodall & Catherine E Sykes (2006). Health Psychology, Sage Publications. Richard H. Cox (2002). Sport Psychology, McGraw –Hill Higher Education.

DSE 1 D (3): EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (THEORY) + (1) RESEARCH PROJECT

UNIT-1: INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

1.1: What is experiment? Characteristics, types. 1.2: Contribution of eminent psychologists in experimental psychology. 1.3 Scientific method: definition, nature. 1.4: Social scientific research.

UNIT-2: PROBLEM AND HYPOTHESIS IN RESEARCH

2.1: What is problem? Definitions, origin, sources and selection. 2.2: Statement of problem. 2.3: Hypothesis: Definition, formulation, sources. 2.4: Types of hypotheses.

UNIT-3: VARIABLES AND SAMPLING

3.1: What is variable? Definitions, types. 3.2: Controlling of variables. 3.3: Sampling: Meaning and types. 3.4: Sampling distribution and sampling error.

UNIT-4: PSYCHOPHYSICS AND HUMAN LEARNING

4.1: What is psychophysics? Methods of psychophysics. 4.2: Weber’s law and Fechner’s law, Signal detection theory (SDT). 4.3: Definition and nature of Human learning. 4.4: Methods of Human learning.
1. Serial Learning, 2. Distributed Vs Undistributed,3. Partial Vs Whole, 4. Structured.

READING

Christensen, L. B.; Johnson, R. B.; Turner, L. A (2014). Research Methods, Design and Analysis.
Pearson
D’Amato, M.R. (2009). Experimental psychology: Methodology, psychophysics and learning. N.D.:
Tata McGraw-Hill.
Kerlinger, F.N. (1995). Foundations of behavioral research. New York: Rinehart Winston. Inc. Surjeet Publications.
Kothari, C.R. (reprint 2009). Research methodology: Methods and techniques. New Delhi: Wiley
Eastrn Ltd.
McBurney, D.H. and White, T.L. (2007). Research methods. US: Cengage
Singh, A.K. (2006). Tests, Measurements and research methods in behavioural sciences. Patna:
Bharati Bhavan.
Solso, R.L., MacLin, M.K. (2008). Experimental psychology: A case approach. N.D.: Dorling Kindersley Pvt. Ltd.
Tiwari Govind and Pal Roma (1985). Experimental Psychology: A Dynamic Approach. Vinod Pustak
Mandir, Agra
Woodworth, R.S. & Schlosberg, H. (reprint 2008, 6th ed.), Experimental Psychology. ND: Oxford &
IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Zachmeister, J.E., Zachmeister, E.B., and Shaughnessy, J.J. (2009). Essentials of research methods in psychology. N.D.: Tata McGraw-Hill.

DSE 2 D (3): PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS + 1 STATISTICS

I] PSYCHOPHYSICS (any one)

1. Method of Limits- RL or DL. 2. Method of Constant Stimuli- RL or DL. 3. Method of Average Error: PSE and CE

II] ATTENTION (any one)

1. Divided attention. 2. Span of attention. 3. Stroop effect

III] PERCEPTUAL PROCESSSES (any one)

1. Illusion. 2. Size constancy. 3. Retinal color zones. 4. Reaction time. 5. Depth perception

IV] THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING (any one)

1. Effect of mental set on problem solving. 2. Maze learning. 3. Problems solving- Pyramid puzzle / Wiggly Blocks / Heart-and-Bow puzzle

V] LEARNING (any one)

1. Bilateral transfer. 2. Effect of knowledge of results. 3. Habit interference. 4. Serial learning

VI] MEMORY (any one)

1. Recall and recognition. 2. Retroactive inhibition / Proactive inhibition. 3. Short Term Memory.

READINGS:

D’Amato, M.R. (2009). Experimental psychology: Methodology, psychophysics and learning. N.D.:
Tata McGraw-Hill.
Desai, B. and Abhyankar, S.C. (2001). Prayogik Manasashastra ani Samshodhan Paddhati. Pune:
Narendra Prakashan.
Jalota, S. (1962). Experiments in psychology. Asia Publishing House.
Mohanthy. Experiments in psychology.
Mohsin, S. M. (1975). Experiments in psychology. Orient Longman. Parameshwaran, E. G. & Rao, B. T. (1968). Manual of experimental psychology. Bombay: Lalvani
Publishing House.
Postman, L. & Egan, J.P. (1949), reprint 2009. Experimental psychology: An introduction. ND: Kalyani Publication.
Ranjit Kumar (2014). Research Methodology: A step by step guide for beginners. Pearson
Rajamanickam, M. (2005). Experimental Psychology: with Advanced Experiments, Volume 1 & 2.
New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Tinker, M.A. & Russell, W.A. Introduction to methods in experimental psychology. Appleton –
Century Crofts.
Tiwari Govind and Pal Roma (1985). Experimental Psychology: A Dynamic Approach. Vinod Pustak
Mandir, Agra
Woodworth, R.S. & Schlosberg, H. (reprint 2008, 6th ed.), Experimental Psychology. ND: Oxford &
IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.

SEC 2 D (2) (VALUE/SKILL-BASED COURSE) : PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT-2

UNIT -1: CORE ASPECT OF PERSONALITY: SELF

-Self Esteem and Personality Development: Definitions,
-Negative and Positive Self Esteem

UNIT -2: ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES

– Personality Development and its Applications: Mind mapping, Competency mapping, 360-
degree assessments

Unit -3: DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

– Development of an Ideal Personality: Communication, Decision making, Ethics, Time
management

READINGS:

Hurlock Elizabeth (1988). Personality Development. McGraw Hill
Natu, S.A, ( ). Personality Development, Revised Edition, Nirali Prakashan, Pune
Sanghi Seema (2016). The Handbook of Competency Mapping (3rd Edn ) . Sage