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Any 1 has the idea about course contents of Psychology for PMS Exams.
I've opted the same in PMS & bit confused about the course contents.
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Any 1 has the idea about course contents of Psychology for PMS Exams.
I've opted the same in PMS & bit confused about the course contents.
Check it here. PMS Syllabus
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Same as the css.
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Same as the css.
Does these things exist in Syllabus of Psychology of CSS??

Memory
Short Term and Long Term memory
Information Processing Theory
Encoding, Storage and Retrieval
Forgetting

Perceptual Development
Perception and Optical Illusions

Frustration and Conflict

Health Impairing Behaviors:
Smoking, Alcoholism, Poor Nutritional Habits, Lack of Exercise, Behavioral Aids.
Stress and its Impact on Health
Major Types of Stress
Physiological & Psychological Reactions to Stress

Confidentiality
Informed Consent
Relationships with Vulnerable Individuals
A General Concern for Ethical Practice
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Does these things exist in Syllabus of Psychology of CSS??

Memory
Short Term and Long Term memory
Information Processing Theory
Encoding, Storage and Retrieval
Forgetting

Perceptual Development
Perception and Optical Illusions

Frustration and Conflict

Health Impairing Behaviors:
Smoking, Alcoholism, Poor Nutritional Habits, Lack of Exercise, Behavioral Aids.
Stress and its Impact on Health
Major Types of Stress
Physiological & Psychological Reactions to Stress

Confidentiality
Informed Consent
Relationships with Vulnerable Individuals
A General Concern for Ethical Practice
Perceptual Development and Perception are part of CSS syllabus.
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Perceptual Development and Perception are part of CSS syllabus.

Types and Forms of Perception are the part of CSS syllabus but Perceptual Development is not.
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Physical, motor and sensory development. Perceptual development, Intellectual development: Development of logical thought in early childhood. Development of concepts. Creativity. Emotional Development; patterns, characteristics. Some common emotional patterns.

Isn't it perceptual development?
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O.K, exclude the topic of PERCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT. What about the other topics??
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other topics are not included in CSS syllabus.
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does these things exist in syllabus of psychology of css??

memory
short term and long term memory
information processing theory
encoding, storage and retrieval
forgetting

perceptual development
perception and optical illusions

frustration and conflict

health impairing behaviors:
Smoking, alcoholism, poor nutritional habits, lack of exercise, behavioral aids.
Stress and its impact on health
major types of stress
physiological & psychological reactions to stress

confidentiality
informed consent
relationships with vulnerable individuals
a general concern for ethical practice
a you know the syllbus of psychology , then why asking the syllbus of psychology in forum. The topics you mentions are now out dated. I.e confidentiality and health impairing behaviour , fustration and conflict . Just concise and pay attention towards the right topics , so you will secure good marks. I hope you understand.
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