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Nature and Application of Psychology with special reference toPakistan, MethodsofPsychology, Biological Basis of
Behavior, Sensation, Perception and Attention,Primary Motives, Secondary Motives, Emotions, Learning, Memory,
Thinking, Individual differences
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Psychophysics, Perception, Learning, Memory, Thinking and Problem-Solving.
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The Field of Social Psychology, Self- Presentation and Social Perception, Social Cognition, BehaviorandAttitudes,
Aspects of Social Identity, Social Influence, Pro-social Behavior, Aggression/hurtingothers
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Psychologyofpersonality, The PsychoanalyticLegacy,Personality¶s ancestral foundations,
Overcominginferiorityandstrivingforsuperiority, Dispositional theories, Humanistic and existentialist theories ,
Behaviorist theories
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Introductionto Abnormal Psychology, HistoricalBackgroundof ModernAbnormalPsychology,
ModelsofPsychopathology, Clinical Assessment of Abnormality
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Relationship between heredity and environment cognitive, moral, and social development occurring in late
childhood, ages seven to twelve, crises and their effects on the individual in various developmental stages
throughout out the lifespan, Developmental challenges of adolescence, Cross-Sectional; Experimental Aspects of
Development: Physical, Psychological, Social, Linguistic & Cognitive, Phases of Development: Prenatal, Birth,
Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, Old-age
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Educational Psychology Nature and Scope, Introduction to development , Individual Differences, Intelligence, Cognitive
styles
Learner's Characteristics, Abilities, Motivation, Interest, Aptitude
Learning theories and practical applications of behavioral, cognitive and constructivist approaches, Characteristics of a
Good Teacher, Counseling and Vocational Guidance, Behavior Modification, Designs of Evaluation, Psychology of
teaching , Special Education, Segregated education; integrated education; inclusive education, Class Room Management:
Managing the Class Room Methods of Control
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Psychological Assessment and tests, History of psychological testing, Test construction and adaptation, Item
writing, Item analysis, Reliability, Validity, Test norms
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OriginsofNeuropsychology, Physiology of Neural Cells, PhysiologyofNervousSystem, Emotions and
RegulationsofInternalBodyStates
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