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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code EDU884 Course Category Course Title UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOUR Courses with conceptual focus Course Planner 16986::Shubneet Sidhu Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 0.0 0.0 3.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Psychology Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 R-3 Other Reading Sr No OR-1 OR-2 OR-3 Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) Mangal, S.K.(2006). Advanced Educational Psychology. Prentice Hall of India: New Delhi , Proactive Counselling: Need of the Day. University News, Vol. 48, No. 22, 31st May- 6th June, 2010 , Development of Cognitive Skills related with everyday life. University News, Vol.48, No. 19, 10th-16th May 2010 , Title Psychology, Science and Understanding Advanced Educational Psychology Author Smith , Berry D Chauhan, S.S Edition 4th 6th 7th Year 1998 2004 2005 Publisher Name Mc graw Hill Vikas Publication Concept Publishing Company Author Myers, David G Edition 3rd Year 1992 Publisher Name Worth Publishers

Fundamentals of General Psychology Chauby, S.P.

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 RW-4 RW-5 RW-6 RW-7 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) www.accel-team.com www.infed.org www.creativityatwork.com www.laynetworks.com www.psychology4all.com www.worldcolleges.info www.neovistas.com/learningzone/attitudes.htm Salient Features acquainting students with employee motivation: theory and practice Making students aware of learning and its theories An article on creativity at work: Articles and tips Making students able to become motivating managers. To acquaint students with the simple techniques to improve their memory Knowledge about group dynamics Acquainting students with formation and change of attitude

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)

Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over

7 6 2

Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings, Lecture Description Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs OR-1 meaning, definition, nature and scope of psychology Pure and applied branches, general psychology, abnormal, educational psychology etc Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned

Week 1

Lecture 1

Psychology(meaning and definition) Psychology(branches of psychology)

R-2:ch. 1

Understand the concept Lecture cum of psychology discussion Will be able to distinguish between pure and applied psychology Brainstorming

Lecture 2

R-2:ch. 1

OR-1

Lecture 3

Psychology(methods of psychology)

R-2:ch. 1

OR-1

methods will include Acquainted with introspection, different types of observation, clinical and methods experimental method meaning, definition of Understand the basic growth and development, concept of growth and difference between development growth and development

Lecture cum discussion

Week 2

Lecture 4

Human Growth and Development (concept)

T-1:ch. 1

OR-1

Dialogue method

Lecture 5

Human Growth and Development (principles)

R-2:ch. 3

principles like principle Able to use these Lecture cum of continuity, individual principles in their daily discussion differences, integration life etc physical, social and Analyze the different intellectual development changes taking place during infancy stage during infancy period discussion

Lecture 6

stages of development:(Infancy)

T-1:ch. 3 R-2:ch. 3 R-2:ch. 3

Week 3

Lecture 7

stages of development:(Childhood)

physical, intellectual and Explain physical, social discussion social development and intellectual changes taking place during childhood period physical, social and intellectual development, problems of adolescence and remedial measures Analyze the physical, social and intellectual development taking place during adolescence period Case study

Lecture 8

stages of development: (Adolescence)

R-2:ch. 4

Week 3

Lecture 9

stages of development:(Adulthood)

R-1:ch.3

physical, social and Explain physical, social discussion intellectual development and intellectual development taking place during adulthood period OR-1 meaning, definition, nature or characteristics of personality types of personality like Hippocrates, Jungs, Sheldon, Kretschmers classification and types Recall the meaning, discussion definition of personality Differentiate between types of personality Brainstorming

Week 4

Lecture 10

Personality(meaning)

R-2:ch. 17

Personality(types)

R-2:ch. 17

Lecture 11

Personality(development of personality)

R-2:ch. 19

Various Heridity and Understand the various discussion environmental factors determinants of effecting development of personality personality Various Heridity and Understand the various discussion environmental factors determinants of effecting development of personality personality OR-1 subjective, objective and Classify different projective techniques of methods of assessing assessment of personality the personality subjective, objective and Classify different projective techniques of methods of assessing assessment of personality the personality meaning and definition of learning nature or characteristics of learning OR-1 types of learning like verbal, conceptual, serial, problem solving etc Primary, secondary and other minor laws of learning Primary, secondary and other minor laws of learning OR-1 factors associated with learner, type of learning experiences and with men and material resources meaning, definition and functions of motivation, motives Recall the meaning, definition of learning Explain the nature of personality Demonstration and Lecture cum discussion Demonstration and Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion

Lecture 12

Personality(development of personality)

R-2:ch. 19

Week 5

Lecture 13

Personality(assessment of personality) Personality(assessment of personality) Learning(meaning) Learning(nature)

R-2:ch. 20

Lecture 14

R-2:ch. 20

OR-1

Lecture 15

R-2:ch. 6 R-2:ch. 6 R-1:ch. 9

OR-1

Week 6

Lecture 16

Learning(types)

Recall different types of Lecture cum learning discussion

Lecture 17

Learning(general laws of learning)

R-2:ch. 7

Apply different laws of Lecture cum learning in their daily discussion life Apply different laws of Lecture cum learning in their daily discussion life Identify various factors Brainstorming affecting learning

Lecture 18

Learning(general laws of learning)

R-2:ch. 7

Week 7

Lecture 19

Learning(factors influencing learning)

R-1:ch.9

Lecture 20

Motivation(meaning)

R-2:ch. 11

Understand meaning, Lecture cum definition of motivation discussion

Week 7

Lecture 20

Motivation(types)

T-1:ch. 12

types of motivation, intrinsic and extrinsic motivation techniques like use of pleasure and pain, reward and punishment etc

Acquainted with intrinsic and extrinsic motivation Explain different techniques of motivation

Lecture cum discussion Brainstorming

Lecture 21

Motivation(techniques of motivation)

R-3:ch. 24

MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Memory(meaning) T-1:ch. 23 R-2:ch. 12 T-1:ch. 23 R-2:ch. 12 T-1:ch. 23 R-2:ch. 12 R-1:ch. 23 R-2:ch. 12 T-1:ch. 9 OR-1 OR-1 meaning, definition of memory Recall meaning of memory Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion

Memory(types)

types of memory, understand various sensory, short term, long types of memory term etc mechanism of the Recall the process of process of memorization memorization

Lecture 23

Memory(process)

Memory(factors influencing memory) Lecture 24 Memory(ways and means of developing memory) Intelligence(meaning) Intelligence(nature) Intelligence(Two Factor Theory) Lecture 26 Intelligence(Guilfords structure of intelligence) Intelligence(measurement of intelligence) Intelligence(concept of I.Q) Week 10 Lecture 28 mental disorders(meaning)

factors like will to learn, Identify various factors Lecture cum interest and attention etc affecting learning discussion different ways like recitation, whole and parts etc meaning, definition of intelligence nature or characteristics of intelligence Two factor theory by Spearman Guilfords theory involving a model of intellect measurement of intelligence by verbal, non verbal tests concept of mental age and IQ meaning, definition of mental disorders types like neurogenic, psychogenic disorders Explore ways and means of developing memory Recall the meaning of intelligence Understand the nature of intelligence Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion

Week 9

Lecture 25

R-2:ch. 15 R-2:ch. 15 R-2:ch. 15 R-2:ch. 15

OR-1

Explain the Two factor Lecture cum theory discussion Explain Guilfords model of intellect Lecture cum discussion

Lecture 27

R-2:ch. 16

Acquainted with verbal, Lecture cum non verbal tests of discussion intelligence Explain the concept of mental age and IQ Lecture cum discussion

R-2:ch. 16 T-1:ch. 11 R-1:ch. 16 T-1:ch. 11 R-1:ch. 16

Understand the concept Lecture cum of mental disorders discussion Recall the types of mental disorders like neurogenic, psychogenic disorders Lecture cum discussion, case study

mental disorders(types)

Lecture 29

Adjustment(meaning)

R-2:ch. 21

OR-1

meaning, criteria of good Recall the meaning of adjustment adjustment

Lecture cum discussion

Week 10

Lecture 29

Adjustment(areas of adjustment)

R-2:ch. 21

Areas like health, physical, finance etc OR-1 characteristics like respecting self and others, satisfaction of basic needs etc

Identify Areas like health, physical, finance Analyze the characteristics like respecting self and others, satisfaction of basic needs

Lecture cum discussion Brainstorming

Adjustment(characteristics of well adjusted person)

R-3:ch. 22

Adjustment(causes of maladjustment)

R-2:ch.21

causes include physique, Explore various causes Brainstorming poverty, long sickness of maladjustment etc include physique, poverty, long sickness etc mechanisms include repression, regression, compensation etc Understand mechanisms which include repression, regression, compensation etc Understand the meaning, definition of attitudes Lecture cum discussion

Adjustment(mechanism of adjustment)

R-2:ch. 22

Lecture 30 Week 11 Lecture 31 Attitudes(meaning) R-3:ch. 23

Homework,Test 2 meaning, definition of attitudes Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion Lecture cum discussion

Attitudes(nature) Attitudes(formation of attitudes)

R-3:ch. 23 R-3:ch. 23

nature or characteristics, Explain the nature of object based, stability attitudes formation of attitudes Understand the like acceptance of social formation of attitudes norms, emotional and personal experiences etc factors affecting formation of attitudes include cultural and social factors change of attitudes includes change of mental set change of attitudes includes change of mental set meaning, definition of interest types of interest like inborn and acquired interest Analyze the factors affecting formation of attitudes

Lecture 32

Attitudes(factors affecting formation of attitudes)

R-3:ch. 23

discussion

Attitudes(change of attitudes)

R-1:ch.14

Understand the concept Lecture cum behind change in discussion attitudes Understand the concept Lecture cum behind change in discussion attitudes Understand the meaning of interest discussion

Lecture 33

Attitudes(change of attitudes)

R-1:ch.14

Week 12

Lecture 34

Interest(meaning)

R-1:ch. 15 R-3:ch. 14 R-3:ch. 14

Interest(types of interest)

Recall types of interest discussion

Lecture 35

Interest(factors influencing interest)

R-3:ch. 14

factors affecting interest, Analyse various factors Brainstorming age and sex, physical influencing interest strength etc

Week 12

Lecture 36

Interest(measurement of interest)

R-2:ch. 16

Techniques involved in Able to use different the measurement of techniques for interest like chatterjs non measuring interest language preference records etc meaning, definitions of group characteristics like motivational base, structure etc Recall the meaning, definitions of group Acquainted with the characteristics like motivational base, structure etc

Lecture cum discussion

Week 13

Lecture 37

Group dynamics(meaning) Group dynamics(characteristics of human groups)

R-2:ch. 27 R-2:ch. 27

Lecture cum discussion discussion

Lecture 38 Lecture 39

Group dynamics(types of groups) Group dynamics(ways and means of developing group coherence)

R-2:ch. 27 R-1:ch.15 R-2:ch. 27

types include face to Identify types of groups discussion face, hang over group etc ways and means like discussion, effective communication etc Explore ways and means of developing group coherence discussion

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 40 R-2:ch.23 Mental Health Recall all the points of improving mental health Able to solve day to day problems discussion

Lecture 41

R-2:ch. 13

Problem solving

Brainstorming

Scheme for CA:


Component Homework,Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 2/3

Homework 1

students will be able to understand the concept of Psychology, human growth and development

Psychology: meaning and definition, branches of Psychology, methods in Psychology Human growth and development: concept, principles, stages of development: infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood

Understanding and content organisation

Test 1

students will be able to understand the concept of Personality, learning and factors influencing learning students will be able to understand the concept of intelligence, adjustment and maladustment

Personality: meaning, nature, types, development of Personality, assessment of Personality Learning: meaning, nature, types, general laws of Learning, factors influencing learning

Individual

Understanding and content organisation

5/6

Test 2

Memory: meaning, types, process, factors influencing memory, Individual ways and means of developing memory Intelligence: meaning, types, theories: Two factor theory, Guilford's Structure of Intelligence, measurement of Intelligence, concept of I,Q., mental disorders: meaning, types Adjustment: meaning, areas of Adjustment, characteristics of well adjusted person, causes of maladjustment, mechanism of Adjustment

Understanding and content organisation

10 / 11