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Psychology subjects are all about understanding human behaviour in a deeper sense that is backed by scientific principles and findings. It encourages scientific temperament in students when it comes to analysing different types of human behaviour. The cognitive skills, social and cultural impact on the human brain and various other concepts are associated with this discipline. Functions of the central nervous system, the role of neurons in communication, and many other aspects are also covered in psychology courses. It also focuses on how the thinking and nervous system develop when a person enters adulthood from childhood.

Important Facts for Psychology Subjects

The following section brings the various aspects of the Psychology course and syllabus.

  • BSc in Psychology is a six-semester course: Psychology provides insights into different types of human personalities and behaviour.

  • Branches of Psychology: There are seven branches of Psychology, viz. Media, Educational, Community, Criminal, Industrial, Animal, and Clinical Psychology.

  • Scope in India: Upon completing a BSc in Psychology, students can take up job roles in health, medical, wellness, and other industries. Therefore, it has a great scope in India.

  • Psychology Subjects in NIIT: The psychology subjects offered by NIIT revolves around:

    • Sensation and perception concepts

    • Human memory processes

    • Sensory memory

    • Autobiographical memory

    • Procedural memory

    • Emotional expressions in life

    • Significance of human expression and biological aspects of responses that are emotional in nature.

  • Psychology Subjects in IIT: Some of the Psychology courses offered by IITs are given below:

    • Cognitive psychology

    • Applied positive psychology

    • Emotion and cognition

    • Community psychology

    • History and systems of psychology

    • Psychological interventions

  • General Examination Pattern: The performance of students is determined on the basis of a written exam and practical exam scores. Projects, mid-term exams, and semester exams are also held to evaluate their progress.

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List of Subjects in Psychology

Typical Core Subjects for Psychology

Subject Name

Syllabus

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction about emotions, stress factors, well-being, different consciousness states, perception and attention, creativity and intelligence, etc., are covered in this subject.

Behaviour and Environment

Emphasis on concepts related to learning, cognition, memory, endocrine system, methods and characteristics of physiological psychology, etc., are covered in this subject.

Psychological Approaches to Environment

Steps and nature of psychological research, hypothesis, variables and problems, the normal curve, qualitative and quantitative analysis, interview methods, etc., are covered in this subject.

Community Psychology and Social Psychology

Understanding of the students regarding social and emotional development, concerns related to human development, issues and problems associated with human development, development of cognitive thinking, the impact of society and culture on human development, etc., are developed in this subject.

Psychological Scaling, Scaling Methods, and Assessment Parameters

Concepts associated with demography, behaviour and environment, ecology and its impact on human development. Scaling methods, psychological tests, assessment parameters, human assessment: its nature and scope, environmental wisdom, etc., are covered under this subject.

The elective subjects offered by psychology courses are given below:

  • Statistics

  • Political Science

  • Sociology

  • Social Work

  • Public Affairs

  • Criminal Justice

  • Health Sciences

  • English Composition

  • Biology

  • Anthropology

  • Communications

  • History

Detailed Subjects for Psychology

A general description of the psychology syllabus is given in the below table:

Core/Elective Subject

Subject Title

Syllabus

Core Paper 1

Introductory Psychology

Introduction to psychology, along with definitions, concepts, and key perspectives, are discussed in detail in this subject.

 

Case studies, correlational methods, experiments, and other psychology methods are also explained in Introductory Psychology.

 

Functions and structure of neurons, communication between and inside neurons, functions of the central nervous system and its structure, and related topics are covered in this subject.

 

Consciousness, its nature, and extended states are discussed in detail here.

 

Core Paper 2

Basic Environmental Processes

Basics of human development along with factors and principles that govern it are discussed in this subject.

 

How life forms from embryonic, foetal, and other stages, along with social and emotional development of kids, are discussed in this subject.

 

Cognitive development, motor and physical developments, and related concepts are also covered here.

 

Development of self and personality, the role of gender, gender differences, etc., are also covered in detail in this subject.

Core Paper 3

Basic Psychological Processes

Concepts surrounding perception and sensation, along with sensory adaptation and thresholds, are explained here.

 

Memory and its types, classical conditioning and its principles and nature, along with reasons for amnesia and other issues connected with forgetting, are explained in this subject.

 

Topics related to language, communication, language acquisition, language development and its stages, error in speech, etc., are covered in this subject.

 

Concepts and types of reasoning and thinking, deductive and inductive thinking, making and influencing decisions, and associated topics are also explained here.

Core Paper 4

Processes of Human Development

Heredity, environment, intelligence, and ways of calculating intelligence are covered in this subject.

 

Theories surrounding emotions, arousal, drive, etc., are explained here.

 

Personality traits, biological and sociocultural impact on personality, social cognitive theory, Freud’s theory, etc., are covered here.

 

Social information and its processing, social cognition meaning, meaning and errors related to attribution, personal growth, happiness, and other concepts are explained in this subject.

Core Paper 6

Psychological Statistics

Fundamentals of statistics, its scope and meaning, types of data and its graphical representation, measurement levels, etc., are discussed in this subject.

 

An overview of statistical measures, including central tendency, variability, and related concepts, are discussed here.

 

Probability, correlation, kurtosis, skewness, and related concepts are covered in this subject.

 

Hypothesis testing is also taught in this subject.

Core Paper 6

Social Psychology

Scope, goal, methods, and nature of Social Psychology, social cognition, and its related concepts are taught in this subject.

 

An understanding of stereotypes, attitudes, and prejudice is developed with a focus on concepts related to them.

 

Introduction to group and leadership and their structures and functions is also given in this subject.

 

An understanding of social behaviour with reference to aggression, pro-social behaviour, personality traits, etc., is explained in this subject.

Core Paper 7

Environmental Psychology

Concepts related to ecology, man and environment, earth as a living space, impact of environmental factors on human behaviour, etc., are discussed in this subject.

 

An understanding of ecology, environmental issues like global warming, depletion of energy, etc., along with the importance of sustainable development and related concepts, are explained here.

 

An explanation regarding psychological approaches to the environment, Field theory approach, and related theories is given in this subject.

 

Environmental awareness, the impact of the environment on society and psychology, and associated concepts are also included in this subject.

Core Paper 8

Psychopathology

Basics of pathology, abnormal behaviour concepts and reasons, the impact of social, cultural, and cognitive perspectives, etc., are taught in this subject.

 

An understanding of mood disorder, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depressive disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, treatments, etc., are also covered in this subject.

Core Paper 9

Educational Psychology

Concepts related to educational psychology, classroom management, motivation, aptitude, creativity, etc., are discussed in this subject.

Core Paper 10

Psychological Assessment

Scope and nature of human assessment, scaling methods, psychological scaling, psychological tests, classroom assessment, ability assessment, and related concepts are discussed in detail in this subject.

Core Paper 11

Organisational Behaviour

The historical context of organisational behaviour with reference to studies of Fayol, Taylor, Weber, and perspectives of human relations, social and technical approaches, etc., are discussed in this subject.

 

Organisation systems, decision-making systems in organisations, leadership and its types, etc., are covered in this subject.

 

Theories related to power, work, and politics are also explained in detail here.

 

A brief study of human resource development and evaluation is also presented here.

Core Paper 12

Health Psychology

Introduction to health psychology, nature of stress, causes of stress, stress management, etc., are covered in this subject.

 

An understanding of illness and health and its correlation with psychological factors is developed.

 

Concepts related to diet management, exercise, yoga, symptom perception, etc., are taught in this subject.

 

Health issues of kids, women, and elderly people and their effects on Psychology are also discussed here.

Core Paper 13

Counselling Psychology

Counselling basics, theories and methods of counselling, counselling programs, applications, and related concepts are discussed in detail here.

Core Paper 14

Positive Psychology

Historical roots of Positive Psychology, positive emotions, concepts related to flow and happiness, ways, and precursors to positive psychology are covered in this subject.

Elective Paper 1

Psychological Research and Measurement

Nature of scientific methods, psychological research, psychological data, different types of scaling, scaling methods, construction of tests, and related concepts are discussed in this subject.

Elective Paper 2

Psychological and Social Issues

Understanding of social systems, health and well-being, poverty and deprivation, antisocial behaviour, the role of behaviour in health issues, etc., is developed.

Elective Paper 3

Psychology of Disability

Concepts related to disability, its types, diagnostic and assessment methods, theories and models associated with disability, access issues, disability support, and several other concepts are discussed in detail here.

Elective Paper 4

Dissertation/Research Project

Students will be expected to do a project that includes research on psychological studies with the supervision and assistance of teachers.

Elective Paper 5

Psychology of Crime

Introduction to crime, criminal behaviour and theories surrounding it, controlling and preventing crimes, special victims, and other important topics related to crime are covered in this subject.

Specialisations offered in Psychology 

Psychology subject specialisations are given in the below table:

Specialisation

Details

Clinical Psychology

It involves studies related to treating mental issues like anxiety, stress, depression, grief, etc., through professional medical techniques.

Cognitive Psychology

Concepts like memory loss, language, problem-solving, cognitive skills, etc., are covered under this area of specialisation.

Development Psychology

It includes studies related to the development of the human brain and emotions during their lifespan.

Counselling Psychology

It covers issues that individuals face while adjusting to a new place, organisation, college, etc., and the counselling methods that can help them overcome their problems.

Educational Psychology

It focuses on enhancing learning practises starting with schools, colleges, and other academic institutions where individuals get an opportunity to demonstrate their skills.

Forensic Psychology

By grasping the concepts related to this specialisation, psychologists can help lawyers and police track the mindset of criminals and gather forensic evidence.

Social Psychology

This area of specialisation focuses on human feelings and how it gets affected due to others.

Books and Authors Related to Psychology Subjects

Here are some books that candidates who are interested in taking up psychology courses should refer to:

Subject

Name of Book

Author/Publication

Details

Human Intelligence

Encyclopaedia of Human Intelligence

MacMillan

All the aspects related to human IQ are discussed in this book.

Social Psychology

Handbook of Social Psychology

Random House

Socialization issues, the role of sex, power, and leadership in making decisions are covered by this book.

Clinical Psychology

Handbook of Stress: Theoretical and Clinical Aspects

Free Press

Research, questionnaires and tests related to the treatment of stress and other psychological issues are explained in this book.

Human Assessment

Advances in Personality Assessment

Hillsdale, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (NJ)

New techniques and advancements related to personality assessment are discussed in this book.

Human Behaviour

Review of behaviour therapy: Theory and Practise (Irregular)

Guilford Press

Different aspects of human behaviour and personality are explained in this book.

Psychology

The Psychoanalytic Study of The Child

New Haven, CT: Yale University

Analytical study regarding the psychology and development of emotions in a child are discussed in this book.

General Psychology

Encyclopaedia of Psychology

Wiley

Concepts related to general psychology are explained in this book.

Human Emotions

The Happiness Hypothesis

Jonathan Haidt

Impact of morality, religions, consciousness, etc., on human psychology, is dissected using scientific studies in this book.

Psychology

The Little Book of Psychology

Emily Ralls and Caroline Riggs

Key theories and overview of psychology are explained in this book.

Social Psychology

The Lucifer Effect: How Good People Turn Evil

Philip Zimbardo

The fine line between good and bad is explained beautifully in this book.

Entrance Exams for Psychology

The entrance exams that one needs to appear in for securing admission in UG Psychology courses are given below:

The entrance tests that one can appear in for securing admission in PG Psychology courses are mentioned below:

Distance Programme in Psychology Subjects

A distance Program in Psychology is usually a three-year programme that focuses on both core and elective subjects that are included in the regular curriculum. Therefore, the syllabus of distance education is identical to that of the regular offline course.

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FAQs Regarding Psychology Subjects

Q: What is the scope of Psychology?

A: Psychology has a vast scope in India and abroad because of its relevance in wellness, health, medical, fitness, and various other sectors. One can also contribute to colleges, NGOs, schools, and other institutes after completing the formal education in psychology. Therefore, it has a great scope career-wise as well.  

Q: What are the subjects covered in psychology?

A: The subjects covered in Psychology are given below:
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Behaviour and Environment
  • Psychological Approaches to Environment
  • Community Psychology and Social Psychology
  • Psychological Scaling, Scaling Methods, and Assessment Parameters
  Q: Are psychology courses worth it?
A: Yes, psychology courses are worth learning for as they comprise different aspects of human behaviour and intelligence. The knowledge gained by the students while completing the psychology courses can be utilised to build a rewarding career in various fields. It also assists an individual to analyse the behaviour of others that proves to be vital in many fields like politics, social service, etc.  

Q: Which is better, BA Psychology or BSc Psychology?

A: Both BA Psychology and BSc Psychology have their own relevance in the field of health, education, sports, and other sectors. However, while BA Psychology focuses on theoretical concepts more, BSc Psychology also emphasises practical training and projects. The syllabus also differs as BSc Psychology also includes subjects like maths and statistics, which are not covered by BA Psychology. Both courses make candidates eligible for post-graduation studies. Therefore, it hardly matters which course one takes if completing PG in Psychology is the ultimate goal of the candidate.  

Q: Does psychology require clearing NEET?

A: No, there is no need to appear for NEET if you want to enrol in a Psychology course. NEET is only applicable to those who wish to enrol in medical courses.  

Q: Which type of Psychology is the best?

A: If you think from a salary perspective, studying to become a psychiatrist or educational psychologist are the better options. If one wants to pursue a career in the education field, they must take up courses related to child psychology, counselling, etc. Clinical psychology is also in great demand nowadays because countless people are suffering from mental trauma or issues like depression, anxiety, stress, and grief.

Q: Is there any entrance exam for psychology?

A: Several universities and colleges conduct their own entrance exams for UG and PG level psychology courses. Some of the popular entrance exams are mentioned below:
  • DUET - Delhi University Entrance Test
  • CUCET - Central University Common Entrance Test
  • JMI Entrance Exam
  • MU-CET - Manipal University Online Entrance Test
  • BHU Postgraduate Entrance Test

Q: Is JEE required for taking up Psychology courses?

A: No, JEE is required only for those who are keen on enrolling in engineering courses.

Q: Is Psychology hard to study?

A: Psychology is not hard to study if you have a fair idea of human nature, behaviour, and related aspects. Also, if you have good knowledge of the human body and brain, it will be fairly easy to understand the psychology concepts. However, due to a vast curriculum and syllabus, candidates often find it hard to memorise all the concepts. Therefore, thorough preparation is a must for clearing the theoretical and practical exams.

Q: Do you need to know Math to study Psychology?

A: Maths is not a compulsory subject for taking up Psychology courses. However, if you are applying for BSc Psychology, you need to have a fair understanding of mathematical and statistical concepts. Topics related to these Psychology subjects are included in the syllabus.  

Q: Is Biology compulsory for BSc Psychology?

A: No, it is not mandatory to have completed formal studies in biology while applying for UG courses. However, some colleges might make it compulsory while providing admission to the UG Psychology courses.  

Q: Can PCB students do a BSc in Psychology?

A: Yes, PCB students can certainly apply for securing admission in BSc Psychology courses.

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