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Optionals Group VII

Subjects, Syallabi and Material of CSS Optional Group VII

Organization Of The Nervous System

Organization Of The Nervous System The nervous system is divided in two parts:The peripheral nervous system The central nervous systemPeripheral Nervous System: “The peripheral nervous system is made up of all those nerves…

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development: Introduction: “Cognitive Development refers to transition in youngster patterns of thinking including reasoning, remembering and problem solving”. Piaget’s Theory is stage theory of…

Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development

Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development: Introduction: Kohlberg’s model is the most influential of a number of competing theories that explained that how youngsters develop their sense of right and wrong. He modified and expanded upon Jean…

Psychoneurotic Disorders

Psychoneurotic Disorders: Psychoneurotic disorders are purely psychological disorder. There is no relevant organic pathology present in these orders of the behaviour and thus may be clearly distinguished from the psycho-physiological…

Freud’s Stages of Psycho-Sexual Development

FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT:  Introduction:- Freud (1905) proposed that psychological development in childhood takes places in a series of fixed stages.These are called psychosexual stages because each stage represents…

Anxiety Disorder

ANXIETY DISORDERS: Introduction:- Everyone experience anxiety from time to time. It is a natural; and common reaction to many of life’s difficulties. For some people, however, anxiety becomes a chronic problem. These people experience…

Psychology of Learning

Learning: Leaving refers to a relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience.This broad definition means that learning is one the most fundamental concepts in all of psychology. Learning includes the…

Psychotic Disorders

PHSYCHOTIC DISORDERS Phychotic disorders or psychoses are more “serious disorders” in comparison with the minor illnesses of neurotic disorder. A psychotic behavior is characterized by a serious form of personality disturbance in which the…