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Based on the CCH Syllabus Hour-wise distribution of Topics(20 Hours)

1. Introduction 2. History of the development of psychology 3. Branches of Psychology 4. Schools of Psychology 5. Concept of Mind - Mesmer ...

Dr Mansoor Ali "Those out want to get in while those in want to get out" The most important thing in life is having a good marriage and family life; or in other words achieving an everlasting intimacy with someone of other sex remai...

Dr Achama Lenu Thomas  BHMS,MD(Hom) Medical Officer, Dept. of Homoeopathy, Govt. of Kerala

Toward the end of the nineteenth century. it was clear to many that there were mental disorders with a psychological basi...

Dr Sanchoo Balachandran MD(Hom) Calicut.  Kerala

Psychosocial Problems Causes Physical or emotional stress Birth defects Physical injury Inconsistent and contradictory chil...

Dr ES Rajendran, BHMS, M.D.(Hom) Principal Vinayaka Misson Homoeopahic Medical College,Salem Email : rajendrans@eth.net

Psychology as a branch of Science emerged i...

Dr Mansoor Ali Psychology is the science of human and animal behavior, it attempt to use rational means to understand the action of people and lower animals.

History and developments As psycholog...

Dr  Smita Deb Krori (Maity) B. Sc. (Hons) [NEHU] BHMS (Hons) [Calcutta] MD (Hom. Organon) [Pune] Associate Professor,Teaching Psychology, Organon & Repertory Lal Bahadur Shastri Homoeopathic Medical College, Bhopal – 26 (MP)

Phenomenology  Edmund Husserl, at the turn of our century, set himself the goal of establishing a rigorous science, that is a body of knowledge that is not based on any presuppositions. The slogan of his phenomenolo...

Thinking is the  cognitive rearrangement of manipulation of both information from environment and the symbols stored in long term memory. Thinking involves the cerebral manipulation of information, as when we form concepts, engage in problem solving, reason and make...

Stress can be defined as a demand placed on our psychological and physical functioning that threatens an individual's adaptation to a given situation.

The individual's perception of losing control of his or her life.

Attention is the cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things. Examples include listening carefully to what someone is saying while ignoring other conversations in the room.

General Information Realism denotes two distinct sets of philosophical theories, one regarding the nature of universal concepts and the other dealing with knowledge of objects in the world.

In late - classical and...

The central theme of positivism is the employment of verifiability as the criterion of meaning. Everything should be empirically verified.

This fundamental doctrine of Positivism is not to be attributed in the full breadth of its m...

Perception refers to the way the world looks round, feels taste or smell. In other words, perception can be defined as whatever is experienced by a person. In psychology and the cognitive sciences perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting and org...

It deals with the problem of existence. It is an irrational trend in bourgeois philosophy. It tries to differentiate between being and existing.

The subject matter of philosophy is Being. (Essence) Science deals with existence – ...

Dr Smita Deb Krori (MAITY) B. Sc. (Hons) [NEHU] BHMS (Hons) [Calcutta] MD (Hom. Organon) [Pune] Associate Professor , Teaching Psychology, Organon & Repertory Lal Bahadur Shastri Homoeopathic Medical College, Bhopal – 26 (MP)

Health - modern concept Health is a state of complete physical and social well being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity.   -- World Health Organization (1984).

Operational defini...

Behaviour is defined as observable or potentially observable activities of people or animals. It is anything a human being or animal does, that can be observed.

It is expressed through actions, gestures, movements or even through s...

Dr. Anuradha Chavan Asst. Professor Materia Medica, Swakar Homeopathic Medical College Satara. Maharashtra, Mob: 09960135936

Introduction: Behavior problems and what is normal behavior in a chil...

Dr  Smita deb Krori (Maity) B. Sc. (Hons) [NEHU] BHMS (Hons) [Calcutta] MD (Hom. Organon) [Pune] Associate Professor,Teaching Psychology, Organon & Repertory Lal Bahadur Shastri Homoeopathic Medical College, Bhopal – 26 (MP)

There have been a number of theories how personality develops. Theories developed by Erikson, Freud, Kohler and others.

Psychosocial Theories of Personality Erikson's Theory of Psychosocial Development Psychosocial Development

Prof. (Dr) Smita Deb Krori (Maity) B. Sc. (Hons) [NEHU] BHMS (Hons) [Calcutta] MD (Homœo. Organon) [Pune] MA (Psy) Professor, L. B. S. Homœopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bhopal 462026 (MP)

In modern te...

Dr Smita Deb Krori (Maity) Associate Professor,LBS Homœopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bhopal 462026 (MP)

Dreams are succession of images, thoughts or emotions passing through the mind duri...

Maharashtra State Level Conference Medical Education Research: Opportunities & Challenges

Organized byMedical Education Technology Unit NKP Salve Institute of Medica...

D Beenadas Lecturer, Department of MM Govt. Homeopathic Medical College. Calicut

Tuberculosis Tuberculosis  is a  bacterial infection caused by  Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The bacte...

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