Psychology notes pdf class 11

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How did I prepare these psychology Notes? Dear friends, as you’re aware UPSC now requires only one optional subject in the mains, instead of two. Therefore, I’ve switched from Psychology to Public Administration and handing over these notes to Mrunal so it could be useful to those of you who’re still in the psychology group. I decided to prepare for civil services. Read NCERT psychology 11th and 12th line by line.

It really helped in generating interest for the subject. Did not make any notes at this stage. Referred Shubra Saxena’s blog for initial guidance. I saw videos of Yale University by Dr. Paul Bloom on Introduction to Psychology on udemy. There are other videos too but I personally liked Paul Blooms’s lecture.

Simultaneously kept referring previous year questions. Highlighted relevant texts in the PDF. Adding topics that were not covered earlier in Baron, some extra topics, India specific examples, some flowcharts etc. Made no addition to my notes and never referred Mukul Pathak again.

All the topics can be easily prepared from the standard books. I think this one book is enough for paper 2. As got caught up with other urgent issues that needed my attention. Once the notification for CSE 2013 gets published. Atkinson is a good book for quoting relevant experiments and researches. My tryst with psychology also came to an end.

You can cover all the relevant topics from standard books. I reduce the image quality, but then it becomes difficult to read. Anyways, there is no dearth of image to PDF software’s on net if you want. Public Administration, sociology, political science, visit Mrunal. Get notified whenever I post new article! Sir please send your handwritten notes to my email.

Money: RBI’s Digital Fiat currency, UPI 2. Thankx sir ji, U are great. Sir your efforts are good Continue post articles. But sir for mains please provide lecture series. Lecture is better way to understand than articles.

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Is justice achieved in To Kill a Mockingbird? Not to be confused with Process psychology. Process oriented psychology was originated in the 1970s by Arnold Mindell, an American Jungian analyst then living in Switzerland. It began as a development of Jungian psychology with the concept of a ‘dreambody’ that extended dream analysis to include work with people’s body symptoms and bodily experiences.

Stanislav Grof has described Arnold Mindell as one of the ‘pioneers of transpersonal psychology’. Mindell’s concepts of ‘deep democracy’ and ‘worldwork’ have been identified as part of a toolkit for transformational change which supports collective governance. In a critical exploration of the relationship between African Americans and C. Jung’s analytical psychology, Fanny Brewster describes Mindell’s dreambody work and his linking of body symptoms and psychological development. I believe that Mindell’s approach to dreamwork with its emphasis on body healing mirrors the African system of healing’s inclusiveness of body and mind in the process. Mindell was one of five people honored in 2012 with a Pioneer Award from the US Association of Body Psychotherapy. Process Work is described as an integrative and holistic approach to understanding a range of human behaviours.

Process oriented psychology has been associated with alternative spirituality movements. It is considered an example of a modern Western eclectic adaptation of shamanism and has been taught at the Findhorn community in north-east Scotland. It is claimed that becoming consciously aware of the ‘dreaming process’ may help to deal with disturbances including mental and physical distress, relationship troubles and social issues. Mindell asserted that a therapist could work with body experiences to reveal the unconscious just as they could work with dreams. Process Work’s contention of a link between dreams and body symptoms is a viewpoint similar to shamanism, ‘mankind’s oldest medicinal doctrine, where illness reflects one’s spiritual condition’.