HomeEasy to StartB.Tech Semester VHS 321 Psychology of Health and Adjustment

Dynamics of human adjustment; Stress and trauma: nature and consequences; Problem focused and emotion focused coping; Psycho-neuro-immunology: basic concepts, mechanisms, and applications; Human personality and adjustment: psychodynamic, behavioral, humanistic and biological perspectives, terror management theory, assessing personality; The self: basic principles of self perception, self regulation and self presentation; Social thinking and social influence: forming impression of others, prejudice and discrimination, persuasion, conformity and compliance; Interpersonal communication: communication problems, interpersonal conflict, effective communication; Development in adolescence and adulthood: transition of adolescence and adulthood, aging and death; Careers and work: models of career choice and development, coping with occupational hazard; Mental and physical health; Habits, lifestyles and health; Psychological disorders: anxiety, somatoform, dissociative, mood and schizophrenic disorders; Psychotherapy: insight
and behavioral therapies.

Texts:

1.- W. Weiten, and M. A. Lloyd, Psychology Applied to Modern Life: Adjustment in
the 21st Century, Wadsworth Publishing, 2007.

2.- E. Atwater, Psychology for Living: Adjustment, Growth, and Behavior
Today, Prentice Hall, 1994.

References:

1. J. Ogden, Health Psychology, McGraw Hill, 2007

2. H. Herrman, S. Saxena, and R. Moodie, Promoting mental health: concepts,
emerging evidence and practice, WHO, 2005.

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