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    Psychology- CSS Syllabus

    PSYCHOLOGY

    100 MARKS


    I. Nature and Scope of Psychology: Definition and scope, Psychology as a Science, Schools, Perspectives, and Models of Psychology, Recent Trends

    II. Biological Basis of Behaviour: Nervous System, Neuron and its function, Central and Peripheral Nervous System, Endocrine System

    III. Sensation and Perception: Sensory process through sense organs, Perception, Gestalt Principles, Binocular and Monocular cues, Illusions and Extra Sensory Perception, Determinants of Perception

    IV. Learning and Memory: Nature and Forms of Learning, Types of learning: Classical and Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement, Extinction, Discrimination, Punishment, Observational Learning, Theories of Learning, Types of Memory, Process of Memory, Forgetting, Theories of Memory

    V. Motivation and Emotion: Homeostasis, Factors affecting Motivation, Biogenic and Social Motives, Measurement of Human Motivation, Theories of Motivation, Emotions, Types of Emotions, Physiological changes and Emotion, Theories of Emotion.

    VI. Psychological Assessment: Attributes of Psychological Measures, Validity, Reliability, Item Analysis, Norms, Modern Test Theory, Selection and Training, Educational and Clinical Assessment, Ethical Standards and Legal Issues

    VII. Personality: Determinants of Personality, Factors in Development of Personality, Theoretical Perspectives, Traits and Types, Personality Assessment and Techniques, Cross-Cultural Issues.

    VIII. Intelligence: Theories of Intelligence, Types of intelligence (IQ, EQ), Assessing
    Intelligence

    IX. Social Influence and Group Dynamics: Social Facilitation, Attribution, Conformity, Obedience, Altruism, Attitudes, Social Norms.

    X. Developmental Psychology: Physical, Cognitive, Social and Emotional development in Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood and Old Age

    XI. Abnormal and Clinical Psychology: Concept and causes of Abnormality, Clinical Assessment and Intervention, Different disorders such as Schizophrenia, Mood disorder, Anxiety disorder, Personality disorder, etc. Psychological treatment including different Therapeutic techniques.

    XII. Organizational/Industrial Psychology: Leadership styles, Decision making, Work motivation, Organizational Culture, Stress and Conflict at Work and its Management, Organizational Socialization, Job related Attitude, Sexual Harassment, Glass Ceiling, Human Computer interaction.



    XIII. Health Psychology: Beliefs and Behaviour, Models of Health Psychology, Assessment and Intervention, Models of Stress, Chronic and Terminal Illness, Role of Social Support.

    XIV. Forensic Psychology: Psychology and Law, Investigation, Confession, Eyewitness Testimony, Working with Offenders, Juvenile Delinquents, Drug Addicts, Sex Offenders etc.


    SUGGESTED READINGS

    S.No. Title Author
    1. Applied Industrial/Organizational
    Psychology
    Aamodt, M.
    2. Introduction to Psychology Atkinson R. C., & Smith, E. E
    3. Social Psychology Baron, R. A
    4. Introduction to Forensic Psychology Bartol, C. R
    5. Foundation of Physiological Psychology Carlson, N. R.
    6. Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to
    Mind and Behavior
    Coon, D., &Mitterer, J.
    7. Development Across the Life Span Feldman, R.
    8. Introduction to Psychology Fernald, L. D., & Fernald, P.S
    9. Introduction to Psychology Atkinson & Hilgard’s, Fredrickson, B
    10. Forensic Psychology Fulero, S. M., &Wrightsman
    11. Foundation of Psychology Hayes, N
    12. Introduction to Psychology Kalat, J. W
    13. Abnormal Psychology Kring, A. M
    14. Psychology Myers, D. G.
    15. Psychology: Concepts and Connections Rathus, S.
    16. Life Span Development Santrock,J. W.
    17. Organizational Psychology Singh, P.
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    which is the best book to follow for Psychology according to new syllabus?
    is book by sherbano good enough?

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    It's good but not enough. However You should prefer Psychology; an Introduction by Benjamin B Lahay. Perhaps this book is not available in Lahore but you may find it in Karachi. This book is of a high standard and quality.

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