MA(Applied Psychology)

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MA in Applied Psychology is an in-depth study of Psychology, which focuses on the principles, concepts, and theories to solve human problems, experienced in every field. The programme of Applied Psychology is oriented toward solving practical problems and translating the fruits of our scientific labour into the real world. With a Master in Applied Psychology programme in India, learners can solve challenging problems of every day that intersect with human behaviour. This programme typically includes the study of cognitive, developmental, organizational, health, and clinical as well as research and statistics. The Masters in Applied Psychology course consists of two years of full-time university-level study. It aims to prepare students for effective professional practice as psychologists in organizations and practical settings. Moreover, it further prepares one for studies in Research and Practice.

  • Placement Outlooks- Graduates will be able to practice counselling as a psychologist after taking a license, work with rehabilitation centres or teach Psychology, Counselling, and Organizational Psychology and also enable advanced research as well as higher studies.
  • Analytical Approach- Graduates will demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Psychology with vital analytical skills used in prevention and intervention for the better mental health of the community.
  • Pragmatic Inclination- Emphasize deep learning for understanding components of individual behaviour and invigorate graduates towards advanced skills pertaining to counselling, psychotherapies, and psycho-testing.
  • Inter-Disciplinary & Multi-disciplinary Perspective- Graduates will learn the values to work in inter-disciplinary teams within the organization and develop leadership qualities, work proficiency, and ethical values exhibiting perspectives of related fields like child psychology, psychopathology, counselling, physiology, lifestyle diseases, research methods, and community health.

  • Clinical Implications- Apply skills and in-depth knowledge to uplift the mental health of an individual at different phases of life.
  • Disciplinary Knowledge- Use major conceptual issues, and knowledge of theoretical and practical implications, assimilate research and empirical findings in Psychology.
  • Environment and Sustainability- Designing an evolving work environment beneficial at personal, social, and community levels, bringing association between various organizations to resolve issues for sustainability.
  • Elucidate Learning- Apply systematic learning towards current issues to develop research designs, make the analysis as well as interpretation of disorders in clinical settings.
  • Law and Ethical Consideration- Apprise ethical issues on counselling sessions, clinical assessment, and laws related to disability and other psychological matters during practice.

  • Equipping students with an understanding of the application of psychological principles to solve human problems.
  • Preparing the applied psychologists of the future, equipping them with skills and adequate knowledge-bases.
  • Professional training in three principal domains of the discipline such as (A) Clinical and Health Psychology, (B) Organizational Behaviour, and (C) Social Psychology.
  • Interpret how research methods are used to test alternative explanations of human thoughts and behaviour in a variety of problem domains, both basic ( Theoretical ) and Applied ( Practical ).
  • Synthesis and demonstration of Professional Skills in the field of Psychology namely areas of the organization, school, and community.

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Odd Semester

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Course Overview

course will provide understanding and knowledge of statistical methods, testing hypothesis, performing data analysis

Course Outcomes

Course Overview

Applied Cognitive psychology combines laboratory-based approaches with a wide range of methods adapted to studying everyday issues. This course will first teach students about both types of methods and will also underline the fruitful interaction between the study of our cognitive skills in natural settings and rigorous lab work, and how methodological eclecticism has served the study of cognition well. The course explores the aspects of "cold cognition" such as memory, attention, and language, with the integration of "hot cognition" which is the relationship between cognitive processes such as emotions, motivation, decision-making, and communication and how they apply to situations of everyday life.

Course Outcomes

  • Possess basic knowledge of cognitive psychology.
  • Acquire knowledge of how human cognition works from attention, sensation, perception, action, language processes, problem-solving, and thinking to learning and memory.
  • Acquire knowledge of the key methods used in modern cognitive psychology research.

Course Overview

Indian psychology aims to circumscribe what passes off as the discipline of psychology into a culturally located form: its primarily Western origin and environment. Foregrounding the need for situated knowledge, the course questions the relevance of psychology emanating primarily from West/Europe to Non-western and Non-European cultures, experiences, and psyches and attempts to look for resources for culturally sensitive psychology.

Course Outcomes

  • To familiarize the students with the rich systems of Psychology in India.
  • To explore the main concepts of Psychology from an Indian perspective.
  • To explore the progressive movement - an evolution of consciousness, taking place in India over the years.
  • To differentiate between Indian and Western concepts of Psychology.
  • To get an idea about the future challenges of Psychology.

Course Overview

This course is an introduction to the study of psychopathology. It focuses on theoretical models of abnormal behavior as they relate to the definition, etiology, and treatment of mental disorders. Diagnostic classification and behavioral and biological features of the major syndromes of psychopathology are emphasized.

Course Outcomes

  • Demonstrate an awareness of the range of mental health problems.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills for various assessment approaches and tools used in Clinical Psychology domains.
  • Application of knowledge and skills according to the Ethical Guidelines.

Course Overview

The teaching contains central concepts, issues, and work methods in community psychology. This includes change processes at the community level, locally based intervention methods, and methods for evaluation of implemented actions. Community psychology perspectives for improving mental health and mental health problems amongst adolescents at school are focused. A further focus is on community psychology methods for working with marginalized groups. Framework conditions important for the operational planning of community psychology interventions will be reviewed. Relevant topics are as follows: Empowerment, coping, and social support; the relationship between power, politics, and psychology; a sense of community; system approaches in change processes at the community level; use of local community resources when working with health problems among individuals and groups; user-directed involvement in change processes; contextual understanding of psychological and mental health problems; community-level political and administrative structure and functioning; and evaluation methodology.

Course Outcomes

  • Plan changes in the community keeping in mind the broader view of how individuals and communities are linked.
  • Deal with social issues more effectively by developing community-based interventions on mental health.
  • Knowledge about and understanding of how to structure and document effective solutions to socio-political problems such as delinquency, homelessness, health promotion, accident prevention, unemployment, etc.

Course Overview

This course provides students the opportunity to practice and provide a variety of counseling related activities that would normally be expected of a regularly employed counselor. Prior to starting out the third semester, students must complete at least 30 days of block internship with hospitals, organizations, or clinics under a clinical psychologist/psychiatrist. During the third semester, the students should attend organizations.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop the skills of Documentation and Reporting of Field Work.
  • Determine which approaches work in practice and how they must be adapted to specific situations
  • Learn to use supervision and consultation appropriately.

Course Overview

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Course Outcomes

  • Students will gain job-ready skills and knowledge.
  • Students will obtain additional knowledge beyond the University curriculum which will aid in their long-term personal and professional growth.
  • Students will get better exposure along with the normal classroom setting.

Course Overview

This course is designed to train students in the conduct of a systematic literature review and develop the skills to conduct a review built on the framework of evidence-based practice, an increasingly important standard in the arena of literature reviews. This course combines didactic classroom sessions with substantial project work to create a systematic literature review. Students will be taught how to perform each step in a review and will then be expected to apply it to a topic of their choosing. They will get feedback at each stage in the process. The final deliverable for the course will be a systematic literature review.

Course Outcomes

  • Will become familiar with and learn to identify the most relevant textbooks, reviews, papers, and journals for their research topics.
  • Understanding how to critically read and assess research papers and reviews.
  • Able to read, comprehend, and explain research articles in their academic discipline.
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Course Overview

To help the students appreciate the essential complementarily between 'VALUES' and 'SKILLS' to ensure sustained happiness and prosperity, which are the core aspirations of all human being.

Course Outcomes

  • To facilitate the development of a Holistic perspective among students towards life and profession as well as towards happiness and prosperity based on a correct understanding of the Human reality andthe rest of Existence. Such a holistic perspective forms the basis of Universal Human Values andmovementtowardsvalue-basedliving inanaturalway
  • TohighlightplausibleimplicationsofsuchaHolisticunderstandingintermsofethicalhumanconduct, trustful and mutually fulfilling human behaviour and mutually enriching interaction withNature
  • To help the students appreciate the essential complementarily between 'VALUES' and 'SKILLS' to ensure sustained happiness and prosperity, which are the core aspirations of all human being.

Course Overview

This course aims to introduce students to psychological assessment principles and practice. The course will focus on a small number of widely used norm-referenced tests of intellectual ability, work aptitudes, personality, vocational interests, attitudes, and values, and how these tests are used individually and in combination as part of psychological assessment in organizations. Consideration will also be given to interviewing as an assessment tool and to tests of the environment and organizational culture. Students will become familiar with the strengths, limitations, interpretation, and presentation of findings from various assessment instruments and will learn skills in assessment planning and report writing. Students will learn about the ethical and social implications of assessment in a variety of contexts including socially and linguistically diverse populations. Opportunities for practice administration of assessment tools will be provided.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the origins of psychological testing, and demonstrate competence in the selection, administration, and scoring of assessment measures
  • Explain and differentiate between various types of psychological tests.
  • Demonstrate Psychological tests and assessments used in a range of settings of Applied Psychology, and competence in writing a report of a professional standard
  • Understand the concepts of standardized and non-standardized testing and other assessment techniques including norm-referenced and criterion-referenced assessment, environmental assessment, performance assessment, individual and group test and inventory methods, behavioral observations, and computer-managed and computer-assisted methods
  • Understand the applications of various psychological tests and assessments with a wider range of population

Course Overview

GE is provided through Coursera Platform, which is an online course where students are allowed to take a course from another discipline per semester based on the hours with relevance to the credit and the courses are provided from the international universities across the world. During the courses, students must submit assignments, quizzes.

Course Outcomes

Course Overview

This course is intended to provide a basic introduction to the professional issues, theories, and techniques in counseling and psychotherapy. Theories that will be covered include psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, and behavioral approaches. Theories will be examined in relation to their key concepts, view of human nature, therapeutic process, techniques, and procedures. Theories will be critiqued and evaluated with special emphasis on cultural issues, ethical issues, and intervention strategies designed to assist individuals in personal growth and development.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop a working knowledge of psychological contents, areas, and applications of psychology.
  • Comprehend and analyze situations in real life appropriately and enable others to exercise in the same way.
  • Identify the importance of experiments in the field of memory and other cognitive aspects and analyze the way they shaped cognitive psychology.
  • Demonstrate a working appreciation of the distinction between process and outcome in psychotherapy.
  • Utilize and describe a conceptual framework for the psychotherapeutic enterprise across the spectrum of psychopathology with actual cases.

Course Overview

A specialized counseling field placement in a professional, clinically-oriented setting or setting compatible with the student’s personal career goals under the direction of an approved on-site clinical supervisor. Prior to starting out the third semester, students must complete at least 30 days of block internship with hospitals, organizations, or clinics under a clinical psychologist/psychiatrist. During the third semester, the students should attend organizations. Expected learning should be with the following aspects: 1. Organizational Visit for 16 days is compulsory for the M.A Applied Psychology students. 2. Students will be divided into groups for one-to-one learning and for effective participation. 3. Students should prepare a psychological report and submit it to their respective faculty supervisor.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand professional values, honesty, and personal responsibility; professionally appropriate communication and conduct; consistently reliable and accepting of personal responsibility; acts to understand and safeguard the welfare of others; demonstrate an emerging professional identity.
  • Demonstrate an understanding and respect for research, including quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, techniques of data collection and analysis, and the biological, cognitive-affective, sociocultural, and lifespan developmental bases of behavior.
  • Demonstrate critical scientific thinking and values and applies scientific methods to professional practice, including knowledge and application of the concept of evidence-based practice.
  • Develop competence in a variety of areas, such as increasing experience with multiculturalism and diversity, developing knowledge of ethical practices, learning to maintain professional relationships and become more competent in providing direct services, such as counseling, psychotherapy and crisis intervention.
  • Develop good work habits and begin to make the transition from student life to professional life

Course Overview

This course offers "An overview of research methodology including basic concepts employed in quantitative and qualitative research methods. Includes computer applications for research.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop basic knowledge of Research methods.
  • Gain the knowledge of Research Methodology
  • Learn questionnaire development and acquire the knowledge of basic Report/dissertation Procedure.
  • Develop Students competency in planning, conducting, evaluating and presenting a research project.

Course Overview

This course introduces students to the prominent theories of personality within the field of psychology. Students will review various theoretical models, the historical context in which they were developed, and how empirical research has been formed by these theories. The course also aims to introduce students to various indigenous understandings of personality.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop a critical understanding of personality through various Western approaches including type and trait, psychoanalytic, socio-cognitive and humanistic.
  • Understand the biological and environmental influences on personality development
  • Foster an applied perspective by engaging students in a discussion about the everyday applications of various personality theories
  • Understand the different personality assessment techniques
  • Develop research orientation in the field of personality.

Course Overview

This course is designed to train students in the conduct of a systematic literature review and develop the skills to conduct a review built on the framework of evidence-based practice, an increasingly important standard in the arena of literature reviews. This course combines didactic classroom sessions with substantial project work to create a systematic literature review. Students will be taught how to perform each step in a review and will then be expected to apply it to a topic of their choosing. They will get feedback at each stage in the process. The final deliverable for the course will be a systematic literature review.

Course Outcomes

  • Understanding on how to critically read and assess research papers and reviews.
  • Will become familiar with and learn to identify the most relevant textbooks, reviews, papers, and journals for their research topics.
  • Enable to write and present an overview of the relevant literature for a specific research topic.
  • Students are able to explain the concepts of research, population, sample, research methods, tools of data collection etc
  • Develop the spirit of research amongst students

Course Overview

This course aims to improve students' scientific writing skills and presentation skills. To that end, students will work on article-based writing assignments, following the guidelines of the 7 th edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual. Also, students will work on journal articles and poster-making presentation assignments.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop knowledge in reading and summarizing complex ideas, including future directions, from psychological sources and research accurately.
  • Develop the ways in recognizing and describe problems operationally to study them empirically.
  • Understand and evaluate the effectiveness of quantitative and qualitative research methods in addressing a research question.
  • Develop the ways in constructing arguments clearly and concisely using evidence-based psychological concepts and theories.
  • Understand the use of grammar appropriate to professional standards and conventions (e.g., APA writing style).

Course Overview

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Course Outcomes

  • Students will gain job-ready skills and knowledge.
  • Students will obtain additional knowledge beyond the University curriculum which will aid in their long-term personal and professional growth.
  • Students will get better exposure along with the normal classroom setting
  • Develop an understanding of psychological distress existing that are of global concern.
  • Enhance added skills in varied interdisciplinary fields,
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Course Overview

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Course Outcomes

Course Overview

This course provides students the opportunity to practice and provide a variety of counseling-related activities that would normally be expected of a regularly employed counselor. Prior to starting out the third semester, students must complete at least 30 days of block internship with hospitals, organizations, or clinics under a clinical psychologist/psychiatrist. During the third semester, the students should attend organizations. Expected learning should be with the following aspects: 1. Organizational Visit for 16 days is compulsory for the MA Psychology students. 2. Students will be divided into groups for one-to-one learning and for effective participation. 3. Students should prepare a psychological report and submit it to their respective faculty supervisor

Course Outcomes

  • Develop the skills of Documentation and Reporting of Field Work.
  • Determine which approaches work in practice and how they must be adapted to specific situations
  • Learn to use supervision and consultation appropriately.

Course Overview

MOOCs are online courses mandatory for students to get enrolled in. MOOCs provide an affordable and flexible way to learn new skills, advance their career and deliver quality educational experiences at scale

Course Outcomes

  • Students will gain job-ready skills and knowledge.
  • It will obtain additional knowledge beyond the University curriculum which will aid in their long-term personal and professional growth.
  • This Course will get better exposure along with the normal classroom setting

Course Overview

This course aims to improve students' scientific writing skills and presentation skills. To that end, students will work on article-based writing assignments, following the guidelines of the 7th edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual. Also, students will work on journal articles and poster-making presentation assignments.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop knowledge in reading and summarizing complex ideas, including future directions, from psychological sources and research accurately
  • Understand and evaluate the effectiveness of quantitative and qualitative research methods in addressing a research question.
  • Develop ways in constructing arguments clearly and concisely using evidence-based psychological concepts and theories.

Course Overview

This course aims to improve students' scientific writing skills and presentation skills. To that end, students will work on article-based writing assignments, following the guidelines of the 7th edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual. Also, students will work on journal articles and poster-making presentation assignments.

Course Outcomes

  • Develop knowledge in reading and summarizing complex ideas, including future directions, from psychological sources and research accurately.
  • : Develop ways of recognizing and describing problems operationally to study them empirically
  • Understand and evaluate the effectiveness of quantitative and qualitative research methods in addressing a research question.

Course Overview

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the tools and techniques for doing research. In addition, students will examine the concept of research integrity and ethics applied to their field of study. On completion of this course, students will develop a research proposal outlining the context of the topic, its research aims, objectives, methodologies, work plan, ethical considerations, etc. This proposal will then be developed further in the implementation phase.

Course Outcomes

  • Review the current state of the art in the topic related to the proposed research outlining the contribution the research will make to the general field.
  • Evaluate the main research integrity and ethical considerations that need to be considered in the proposed project
  • Develop a project schedule and plan that considers the identified research integrity and ethical considerations.

Course Overview

The course is intended as an introduction to the field. It introduces a set of principles of survey design that are the basis of standard practices in the field.

Course Outcomes

  • Will become familiar with and learn to identify the most relevant textbooks, reviews, papers, and journals for their research topics.
  • Understanding on how to critically read and assess research papers and reviews.
  • Learn to review and assess scientific literature critically.

Course Overview

This course will give students an insight into topics that provide a foundation for counselling psychology and lays down the ground concepts for their journey towards becoming a professional in this field. It is provided to the students in the first semester and will give them the basic competencies and understanding for future courses as well as internships. Topics covered include, understanding the meaning of counselling, its settings and aspects, the historical roots of this field, an Indian Perspective, ethical components, and current trends. This course is the stepping stone for students to gain a foundation for understanding their roles and requirements to provide services to those in need of them.

Course Outcomes

  • Explain the nature and features of counselling.
  • Describe the professional guidelines of counselling.
  • Differentiate between various specialties of the counselling profession.

Course Overview

The course focuses on the psychological aspects of a fulfilling and flourishing life. Topics include happiness, self-esteem, empathy, love, achievement, creativity, music, and spirituality.

Course Outcomes

  • learn the basic concepts of the growing approach of Positive Psychology and its applications in various domains.
  • Apply the knowledge and theoretical basis of positive psychology in understanding how to live more satisfying lives.
  • Identify the emerging paradigms of positive psychology.

Course Overview

This course introduces the methods, theories, and main concepts used by psychologists to develop a real insight into the world of children. It is the study of growth and change between conception and adolescence; our emphasis will be on normal development. The beginning of the course will focus on methodology and major themes in child psychology. These will be the conceptual tools that you will apply as we study the various content areas. The course is organized topically so that you will have an idea of the very diverse areas in which child psychologists specialize.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify the basic issues related to child and adolescence
  • Explain the basic theories related to child and adolescence ‘
  • Analyze the role of family, peers, schooling, and media context in influencing child and adolescence
  • Identify the child and adolescence-related psychological problems (psychopathology) and Intervention.
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Courses for this semester

Course Overview

This course provides students the opportunity to practice and provide a variety of counseling-related activitiesthat would normally be expected of a regularly employed counselor. Prior to starting out the third semester, students must complete at least 30 days of block internship with hospitals, organizations, or clinics under a clinical psychologist/psychiatrist. During the third semester, the students should attend organizations. Expected learning should be with the following aspects: 1. Organizational Visit is compulsory for the MA Psychology students. 2. Students will be divided into groups for one-to-one learning and for effective participation. 3. Students should prepare a psychological report and submit it to their respective faculty supervisor.

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Develop the skills of Documentation and Reporting of Field Work.
  • CO2: Determine which approaches work in practice and how they must be adapted to specific situations
  • CO3: Learn to use supervision and consultation appropriately

Course Overview

This course allows students to follow a particular topic in depth and develop independent research skills. It helps the students to gather primary data, to write a report covering a review of relevant literature, the research question, and explanation and justification of the design, a description of the conduct and analysis of the data, and a discussion of the findings therein. The aim of present course is to enable students to get a first-hand understanding of research issues and their implications in the field of psychology. (a) Dissertations are in the nature of monographs based on students’ own research work under their respective Guides. (b) Length of Dissertations should be between 100-125 pages (typed in 12 points, double- spaced, on A-4 size paper, hard-bound). (c) Title-page of the Dissertation should mention its title followed by the words “submitted to Assam Down Town University” in part fulfillment of requirements for Masters of Science Clinical Psychology degree of Assam Down Town University” and should bear the student’s name and year of submission. (d) Contents-page of the Term Paper should give its chapter-plan consisting of proper headings and sub-headings. This will be followed by a Preface. (e) Each chapter of the Dissertation should begin on a fresh page and references in the prescribed style (given below) for each chapter should be given at the end of that chapter. (f) Table of Statutes, Table of Cases and Bibliography must be given in the Dissertation after the last chapter.

Course Outcomes

  • CO 1: Identify research data and analyze it
  • CO 2: Familiar with learn relevant reviews and journals
  • CO3: Understand the Documentation of data process
  • CO4: Justification of crude data of quantitative and qualitative
  • CO5: Synthesize the etic and emic process of research

Course Overview

Corporate Psychology or as it is also known, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, is designed to introduce the student to the study of psychology as it is applied to the workplace. In this course, you will be introduced to the basic concepts and theories of I/O Psychology. We will study various research methods used in I/O psychology, as well as look at specific content areas such as human resources, psychological testing in the workplace, performance appraisal, leadership, and employee motivation just to name a few. Our goal in this course will be to apply the basic concepts to real-world situations so that the student will begin to think critically and creatively about work psychology. The information attained in this course can be applied to enhance the student’s own work experience.

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand and address workplace issues, promoting employee well-being through applied theory and practices. Develop skills in performance coaching, counseling, and interventions.
  • CO2: Master counseling processes, Motivational Interviewing techniques, and gain insights into the psychology of emotions for effective communication and support.
  • CO3: Recognize and manage workplace stress and bullying. Acquire skills in stress management techniques and learn the application of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for emotional regulation.
  • CO4: Proficiently identify, prevent, and manage negative behaviors in the workplace. Develop strategies for effective communication and collaboration with difficult clients
  • CO5: Understand and apply ethical considerations in counseling. Develop proficiency in ethical documentation practices for accurate and responsible record-keeping.

Course Overview

Groups and teamwork will help the student improve the working relationships with other people in groups of three or more. The course also deals with project life cycles, project management, and the role of the leader.

Course Outcomes

  • Define the concepts of groups and teams within an organizational context.
  • Explore methods for establishing trust within teams and fostering a shared vision and mission.
  • Analyze the importance of team roles in achieving team objectives.
  • Analyze the nature and causes of conflicts, with a focus on resource scarcity.
  • Acquire skills for managing different types of teams, including homogeneous, heterogeneous, self-managed, virtual, and project teams.
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