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Psychology Class 11 PUC Karnataka Science CBSE Topics and Syllabus

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100.00 What is Psychology
101.00 Introduction
102.00 What is Psychology

a) Psychology as a Discipline
b) Psychology as a Natural Science
c) Psychology as a Social Science

103.00 Understanding Mind and Behaviour
104.00 Popular Notions About the Discipline of Psychology
105.00 Evolution of Psychology
106.00 Development of Psychology in India
107.00 Branches of Psychology
108.00 Themes of Research and Applications
109.00 Psychology and Other Disciplines
110.00 Psychology in Everyday Life
200.00 Methods of Enquiry in Psychology
201.00 Introduction
202.00 Goals of Psychological Enquiry

a) Steps in Conducting Scientific Research
b) Alternative Paradigms of Research

203.00 Nature of Psychological Data
204.00 Some Important Methods in Psychology

a) Observational Method
b) Experimental Method
c) Correlational Research
d) Survey Research
e) Psychological Testing
f) Case Study

205.00 Analysis of Data

a. Quantitative Method
b. Qualitative Method

206.00 Limitations of Psychological Enquiry
207.00 Ethical Issues
300.00 The Bases of Human Behaviour
301.00 Introduction
302.00 Evolutionary Perspective
303.00 Biological and Cultural Roots
304.00 Biological Basis of Behaviour

a) Neurons

305.00 Structure and Functions of Nervous System and Endocrine System and Their Relationship Wtth Behaviour and Experience

a) The Nervous System
b) The Endocrine System

306.00 Heredity: Genes and Behaviour
307.00 Cultural Basis: Socio-cultural Shaping of Behaviour

a) Concept of Culture

308.00 Enculturation
309.00 Socialisation
310.00 Acculturation
400.00 Human Development
401.00 Introduction
402.00 Meaning of Development

a) Life-Span Perspective on Development

403.00 Factors Influencing Development
404.00 Context of Development
405.00 Overview of Developmental Stages

a) Prenatal Stage

406.00 Infancy
407.00 Childhood
408.00 Challenges of Adolescence
409.00 Adulthood and Old Age
500.00 Sensory, Attentional, and Perceptual Processes
501.00 Introduction
502.00 Knowing the World
503.00 Nature and Varieties of Stimulus
504.00 Sense Modalities

a) Visual Sensation
b) Auditory Sensation

505.00 Attentional Processes

a) Selective Attention
b) Sustained Attention

506.00 Perceptual Processes

a) Processing Approaches in Perception

507.00 The Perceiver
508.00 Principles of Perceptual Organisation
509.00 Perception of Space, Depth, and Distance

a) Monocular Cues and Binocular Cues

510.00 Perceptual Constancies
511.00 Illusions
512.00 Socio-cultural Influences on Perception
600.00 Learning
601.00 Introduction
602.00 Nature of Learning
603.00 Paradigms of Learning
604.00 Classical Conditioning

a) Determinants of Classical Conditioning

605.00 Operant/Instrumental Conditioning

a) Determinants of Operant Conditioning
b) Key Learning Processes

606.00 Observational Learning
607.00 Cognitive Learning
608.00 Verbal Leaming
609.00 Concept Learning
610.00 Skill Learning
611.00 Transfer of Learning
612.00 Factors Facilitating Learning
613.00 The Leamer : Leaming Styles
614.00 Learning Disabilities
615.00 Applications of Learning Principles
700.00 Human Memory
701.00 Introduction
702.00 Nature of Memory
703.00 Information Processing Approach : the Stage Model
704.00 Memory Systems : Sensory, Short-term and Long-term Memories
705.00 Levels of Processing
706.00 Types of Long-term Memory

a) Declarative and Procedural; Episodic and Semantic

707.00 Knowledge Representation and Organisation in Memory
708.00 Memory as a Constructive Process
709.00 Nature and Causes of Forgetting

a) Forgetting due to Trace Decay, Interference and Retrieval Failure

710.00 Enhancing Memory

a) Mnemonics using Images and Organisation

800.00 Thinking
801.00 Introduction
802.00 Nature of Thinking

a) Building Blocks of Thought

803.00 The Processes of Thinking
804.00 Problem Solving
805.00 Reasoning
806.00 Decision-making
807.00 Nature and Process of Creative Thinking

a) Nature of Creative Thinking
b) Process of Creative Thinking

808.00 Developing Creative Thinking

a) Barriers to Creative Thinking
b) Strategies for Creative Thinking

809.00 Thought and Language
810.00 Development of Language and Language Use
900.00 Motivation and Emotion
901.00 Introduction
902.00 Nature of Motivation
903.00 Types of Motives

a) Biological Motives
b) Psychosocial Motives

904.00 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
905.00 Nature of Emotions
906.00 Physiological Bases of Emotions
907.00 Cognitive Bases of Emotions
908.00 Cultural Bases of Emotions
909.00 Expression of Emotions

a) Culture and Emotional Expression
b) Culture and Emotional Labelling

910.00 Managing Negative Emotions
911.00 Enhancing Positive Emotions
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