B.A. Psychology

ANDHRA UNIVERSITY
In Vishakapatnam

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  • Bachelor
  • Vishakapatnam
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Vishakapatnam
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, 530003, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Course programme

PAPER – I: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter – I: Introduction
Chapter – II: Biological Basis of Behaviour
Chapter – III: Attention and Perception
Chapter – IV: Motivation and Emotion
Chapter – V: Learning
Chapter – VI: Memory and Forgetting
Chapter - VII: Personality – Nature and Definition
Chapter - VIII: Intelligence

PAPER – II: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Chapter – I: Nature and scope of Social Psychology
Chapter – II: Social Perception – Understanding Others
Chapter – III: Communication
Chapter – IV: Attitudes
Chapter – V: Prejudice
Chapter – VI: Groups and Individuals
Chapter – VII: Leadership

Paper – III: Child and Adolescent Psychology
Chapter - I: Meaning, Nature and importance of Developmental psychology
Chapter - II: Early Stages of development
Chapter - III: Early childhood
Chapter - IV: Late childhood
Chapter - V: Puberty
Chapter - VI: Adolescence
Chapter - VII: Introduction to Theories of Development

Paper IV (A) - ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
(Theory)

Chapter I: Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
Chapter II: Classification and Causes of Abnormality
Chapter III: Anxiety Disorder – Nature and Symptoms
Chapter IV: Somatoform Disorders – Nature and Symptoms
Chapter V: Dissociative Disorders – Nature and Symptoms
Chapter VI: Psychotic Disorders: Nature and Symptoms
Chapter VII: Developmental Disorders: Nature and Symptoms.
Chapter VIII: Personality Disorders – Nature and Symptoms
Chapter IX: Addictive Disorders -Nature and Symptoms
Chapter X: Treatment of Disorders

Paper IV (B) - COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY

Chapter I: Introduction to Counselling
Chapter II: Counselling process
Chapter III: Counselling skills
Chapter IV: Counselling children and adolescents
Chapter V: Counselling adolescents
Chapter VI: Counseling for Special groups
Chapter VII: Ethical issues in Counselling

Paper IV (C) – Educational Psychology

Chapter I: Educational Psychology : Nature , Scope and importance
Chapter II: Growth and development during childhood and adolescence – educational Implications
Chapter III: The nature of learning process
Chapter IV: Transfer of Learning
Chapter VI: Memory and forgetting
Chapter VII: Thinking , problem solving and creativity
Chapter VIII: Educational Measurement
Chapter IX: Needs of differently challenged (exceptional) children
Chapter X: Guidance and counseling in Educational Institutions

Paper IV (D) - Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Chapter I: Introduction to Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Chapter II: Challenges for I-O Psychology
Chapter III:Employee Selection
Chapter IV: Psychological Tests in Personnel selection
Chapter V: Personnel Training
Chapter VI:Work motivation
Chapter VII: Job Satisfaction and Work Attitudes
Chapter VIII: Leadership
Chapter IX: Work environment

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