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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System The endocrine system consists of glands that secrete chemicals into the blood steam that help control bodily functioning. Hormones:Hormones are the...

Neurotransmitters and their functions

Neurotransmitters: The nervous system relies on chemical couriers “neurotransmitters” to communicate information between neurons. These neurotransmitters are fundamental to behavior, playing a key role in...

Organization Of The Nervous System

Organization Of The Nervous System The nervous system is divided in two parts:The peripheral nervous system The central nervous systemPeripheral Nervous System: “The peripheral nervous...

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development: Introduction: “Cognitive Development refers to transition in youngster patterns of thinking including reasoning, remembering and problem solving”. Piaget’s Theory is stage theory...

Eric Erickson Theory of Psycho-Social Development

Introduction:  Erik Erickson, the famous Psychoanalyst, is credited with developing the theory of psycho-social development which covers the normal development over the entire life span...

Development Irregularities during Pre-natal Period

Developmental Irregularities during Pre-Natal Period Introduction: Causes of Developmental IrregularitiesHereditary FactorMendelian Inheritance Patterns:Dominant Inheritance of Defects:RecessiveIncompleteSex-linkedChromosomal Abnormalities:Numeric Chromosomal AbnormalitiesStructural Chromosomal AbnormalitiesEnvironmental Factor:Maternal Nutrition:Maternal Drug use:Maternal...

Stages and Principles of Growth and Development

Stages of Growth and Development: Outline Introduction:Difference between Growth and Development:Stages of Growth and Development:Infancy →childhood→ Adolescence→ Adulthood→ old agePrinciples of Development:Principle of continuityPrinciple of lack...

Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development

Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development: Introduction: Kohlberg’s model is the most influential of a number of competing theories that explained that how youngsters develop their sense...

Psychoneurotic Disorders

Psychoneurotic Disorders: Psychoneurotic disorders are purely psychological disorder. There is no relevant organic pathology present in these orders of the behaviour and thus may be...

Freud’s Stages of Psycho-Sexual Development

FREUD’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSEXUAL DEVELOPMENT:  Introduction:- Freud (1905) proposed that psychological development in childhood takes places in a series of fixed stages.These are called psychosexual stages...

Anxiety Disorder

ANXIETY DISORDERS: Introduction:- Everyone experience anxiety from time to time. It is a natural; and common reaction to many of life’s difficulties. For some people, however,...

Psychology of Learning

Learning: Leaving refers to a relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience.This broad definition means that learning is one the...

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