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2 1 Pre Ph.D. in Psychology PROGRAMME CODE: PYZ SEMESTER I: SCHEME OF COURSES Course No. C/E/I Course Title CORE COURSES: (All Papers are Compulsory) Credits L T P Total Credits PYL 901 C Research Methodology 3 3 PYL 902 C Multivariate Analysis 3 3 PYP 903 C Seminar 1 1 ELECTIVE COURSES (3 CREDITS) (Any Two of the Following) PYL 904 E Emerging Trends in Psychology 3 3 PYL 905 E Social Psychology 3 3 PYL 906 E Organisational Behaviour 3 3 PYL 907 E Contemporary Psychological Issues in Adolescence 3 3 INTERDISCIPLINARY / OPTIONAL COURSES (3 CREDITS) (Students may do it any other department) PYL 908 I Sports Psychology and Mental Toughness 3 3 TOTAL CREDITS: 16 16
3 2 Paper: PYL 901 Research Methodology Psychology and Research: Rationale for studying research methodology. Why a scientific approach? Basic versus Applied research. Research process, Sources of research ideas Theory Development: What is a theory? Types of theory. Role of theory in science. Characteristics of a good theory. Developing and testing Psychological theories. I Unobtrusive measures: Rationale, Types, Uses, Problems and Limitations of Physical traces and Archival data Illustrative uses of archival data. Analysis of communications and trends. II Research Report: Guidelines for effective writing. Structure of a Research Report: Titles page, Abstract, Introduction, Objectives, Search for Literature, Method Results Reporting Statistics, Presenting data in tables, Presenting data in figures. Discussion References, Footnotes, Appendices Oral and Poster Presentations Clarity of Expression Organization and Style 1. Kerlinger, F.N. (1973) Foundations of Behavioural Research, New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc., 2. Myers, D.S. (1964) Behavioral Research, San Francisco W.H. Freeman and Company. 3. Myers, D.S. (1964) Behavioral Research, San Francisco W.H. Freeman and Company. 4. Shaughnessy, J. J. and Ziechmeister, E. B. (1997) Research Methods in Psychology, McGraw Hill, Inc., New York.
4 3 Paper: PYL 902 Multivariate Analysis Introduction to Univariate, Bivariate and Multivariate Analysis, Limitation and Advantages of Multivariate Analysis, Application of Multivariate Analysis in the field of Personality. I Nature, Assumptions and Applications of Multiple Correlation. Multiple Regression Analysis: Concept of regression and prediction, obtaining Beta Weights, The regression equations and its interpretation, Testing significance of predictors (S. E. and t' ratio), Application and Limitations. II Factor Analysis: Concept, Methods of Factor Analysis (Centroid, Principal Axis and Principal Component). Rotation: Orthogonal v/s Oblique, Issues in Factor analysis, Uses and Limitations of Factor Analysis. 1. Chansarsar, B. A.(1987) Applied Multivariate Analysis, Bombay, Himalay, Publishing House. 2. Eaton Morris, L. (1983) Multivariate Statistics: A Vector Space Approach, New York, John Wiley. 3. Gorsuch, Richard, (1974) Factor Analysis, London, W. B. Saunders Co. 4. Johnso, Richard A. & Dean W. Wichern (1996) 5. Thorndike, Robert, M. (1978) Applied Multivariable Statistical Analysis, Delhi, Prentice Hall of India. Co relational Procedures for Research, New York, Gardner Press.
5 4 Paper: PYL 904 Emerging Trends in Psychology Cyber Psychology: Psychosocial aspects of Cyber culture. Psychology of internet. I Positive Psychology: Nature, subject matter and scope of Positive Psychology. Concept, measurement and review of research on Happiness, optimism and well being. II Social Cognition: Concept, measurement and review of research on social and emotional intelligence, Emotional Creativity. 1. Carr, A. (2004) Positive Psychology, New York, Brunner Rontledge Publication 2. Chandel, N. K. Etal (2003) Psychological Implications of Information Technology. New Delhi, Deep and Deep Publications.. 3. Forgas, J. P. (2001) Affect and Social Cognition USA, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 4. Misra, G. and Mohanty, A. K. (2002) 5. Snyder, C. R. and Lope, Z.S.J. (2007) Perspectives on Indigenous Psychology, New Delhi, Concept Publishing Co. Positive Psychology, The Scientific and Practical Explorations of Human Strengths, Calfornia, Sage Publications 6. Wallace, P. (1999) Psychology of Internet Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
6 5 Paper: PYL 905 Social Psychology Group Dynamics, Leadership and power I Attitude: Concept, Nature and formation, Theories of attitude change, Measurement of Attitudes. II Altruism & Pro Social Behaviour: Concept, nature, determinants, Theoretical Explanations of Pro Social Behaviour. Aggression: Concept of Anger, Aggression and Hostility. Determinants, Theories of Aggression, Prevention and Control of aggression. 1. Baron Robert A. & Byrne Donn (2002) 2. Lindzey, G. & Aronesen E., (1975) 3. Raven, B. H. & Rubin, H.L., (1983) Social Psychology, Person Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, (India). The Handbook of Social Psychology, American Publishing Co., New Delhi Social Psychology, John Willy Sons, New York:. 4. Shaver, K. G.(1987) Principles of Social Psychology, Lawrence Erlabanum Associates, Publisher, London. 5. Shaw, K. E. & Constanzo P.R.., (1976) Theories of Social Psychology, New York, McHill & Co. 6. Sinha, D., (1981) Socialization of the Indian, Concept Publishing Co., New Delhi. 7. Worchel, S., Cooper, J. & Coethals, G. R. (1998) Understanding Social Psychology, The Dosery Press, Chicago.
7 6 Paper: PYL 906 Organizational Behaviour Nature, Goals and Challenges in Organizational Behaviour. Communication: Functions of Communication; The communication process; Directions of Communication; & types of communication. Barriers to effective communication; overcoming communication barriers. I Motivation From Concepts to Applications: Management b y Objectives, Behaviour modification; Employee Recognition Programs. Employee Involvement programs. Job redesigns & scheduling programs; Variable pay programs; Skilled based pay plans. II Basic Approaches to Leadership and Contemporary Issues Trait Theories, Behavioural Theories, Contingency Theories (Fiedler s model, Hersey and Blanchard s theory and Path goal theory). Transactional, Charismatic and Transformational leadership. Emotional Intelligence and Leadership. Decision Making: Nature and steps in decision making process. Models of Decision making, decision styles. Obstacles to effective decision making; Techniques for improving decision making. Creativity and decision making. 1. Hodgetts, Pichard, M. (1990) Modern Human Relations at work The Dryden Press, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, New York. 2. Luthans, F. (1986) Organizational Behaviour, Mc Graw Hill, New York. 3. Mc Shane, S.L. & Von M.A. Organizational Behaviour. Irwin McGraw Hill, New Glinow, (2000) York. 4. Robbins, S. P. & Sanghi, S. (2005) Organisational Behaviour (11th Edition) Pearson Education Inc. 5. Robbins, S.P. (1992) Organisational Behaviour, Prentice Hall, New Delhi. 6. Siegal, L. & Lane, I.M. (1987) Personnel & Organizational Psychology Richard, D. Irwin, Homewood, Illinois Vecc hio, R. P. (1995) Organisatinal Behaviour (3 rd Edition) The Dryden Press, Harcourt Brace College Publishers, New Delhi.
8 7 Paper: PYL 907 Contemporary Psychological Issues in Adolescence Changes in Adolescence: Characteristics and Types: (Cognitive & Psychological) I Issues of Identity: Concept, Development and Current Research. II Issues of Autonomy: Concept, Development, current research. Issues of Intimacy Concept, Sullivan s view of Interpersonal development, Erickson s view; Attachment development and Current research. 1. Adams, G. R., Gullota, T.P. & Motemyor, R. (1992) Adolescent Identity Formation, Sage Publications, New Bury Park. Cal 2. Dusek, J. B. (1987) Adolescent Development and Behaviour, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 3. Steinberg, L. (1987) Adolescence, Mc Graw Hill Inc., Boston.
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