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(Edward Bradford Titchener)

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(H.J.Eysenck)

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Gestalt.

Gestalt.

75

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1917

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6-7

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Wilhelm Wundt

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0-20

1978

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3-6

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Humanistic Psychology -

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E.G.

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Alfred Binet,

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Theodore Simon

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15-16

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(Charles Spearman)

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STM & LTM

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285

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289

2005

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15-35
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293

(G.F.Kuder)

10

294

295

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297
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299
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Pressy

(Automatic Testing Device) -

305

- 1948

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Logic

336

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10, +2, +3

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1978

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R.B.

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(PSYCHOLOGY)

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1814

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1857

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1934

380

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386

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389


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F.C.

392

393
394

F.C.Thorne

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1- 3

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403
404

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W.C.Bagley

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408

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2-3

414

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24

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1959

20

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4-6

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431

432

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438

10-20

439

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180

448

449

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451

8,

452

7
8

7,

87.5 & 114.5


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1260

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458

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NCERT

497
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6 - 14

514
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516

510

515

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,

509

513

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11-12

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523

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525

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529

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25

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535

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538

0.88

539

540

541

542
543
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545

7-8
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547

548
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549

r = 0.87

(r)
550

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551

552

553

554

3-4

555
556

557
558
559

560

561

562

563

564

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566

568

567

569

2-6

570

571

572

573

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577

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579

580

581

582

583

584

(E.H.Weber)

585

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588

589

590

591

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592

593

594

595

596

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(Gustav.T.Fechner)

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602

603

604

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606

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608

609

610

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,
,
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611

612

Aha experience
.

613
-

614

615

616

617

- 1854

618

619
620

621

622

1913

623
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624

625
626

627

628

629
630

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632

633

634

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,

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636

TAT)

( Thematic Apperception Test

637

638

639

640

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642

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643

644
645

646

(Role model)

647
648

649

650

651

652

653

654
?

655
?

656

657

658

659

660

661

662

(
)

10

663
664

665

______

666

667
?
668

669

670

671

UPE

672

SSA

673

____________

674

675

676

677

678

18

1990

679
680

681

682

683

12

684

685

686

687

689

691

(Congnitive Development)

Jean Piaget,

Jerome

S.Bruner.

692

693

694

(Dembo)

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.

695

?
696

688

690

8500

697
698

G.W.

, R.B.

699

700

701

702

703

704

705

706

,
,

707
708

711

712
713
714
715
716

709
710

.
-

Wechsler's Adult Intelligence Scale


VIBGYOR

WAIS

................

University Grant commission (1945) Based on


Sergeant report 1944) Higher Education
Commission (1948 49)
University Education Commission.
Two factor intelligence g x s
Triarchic theory, culture
Trial & Error, 3 Laws, Cat, Puzzle Box, Multifactor
Theory CAVD intelligence measure.

UGC
Radhakrishnan
Spearman
Sternberg
Thorndike

717

718
719
720
721
722
723

The technology of Teaching


The School of Tomarrow
TEASPR Values
Teaching Machine.
TAT (1935) 20 Card for M& 20 For F , 10 is
Common one Black card Total 30

Spranger
Sydney L.Pressry
Morgan & Murray

SUPW
Structure of intellect 150 (5x5x6), content,
operation, products

J.P.Guilford

SS
724

461
-

725

Social Contract

726

Sign gestalt theory Variables

727

School and Society

728
729

Tolman
-

Sarva shiksha Abhiyan ( Anaivarukkam kalvi


Thittam) (86 Amendment) 6 14 yrs
Russian, 1904 (Nobel) , Classical conditioning, dog,
extinction Spontaneous recovery, Saliva.

SSA
Pavlov

730

RMSA

731
732
733

741
742

Right to Education
Rehabilitation Council of India
realism
Psycho analysis, Id, ego, Superego, conscious,
Unconscious, Sub conscious, oral, Anal, Dream
Analysis, Free association, Catharsis, Libido, Dream
PSI Personalized System of Instruction, Keller
Plan
Progressive School, Summer Hill School, Personal
Freedom For Children England. (1921).
Pragmatism Value
Pragmatism Reconstruction in philosophy (book),
Reflective thinking concept
Philosophy of Marriage (book)
Philosophy is a science which discovers the real
nature of supernatural things numeric approach.
Philosophy - Republic (book)
Personal Conduct Programme

743

Operation Enlightment

744

Operant Conditioning, Programmed Learning, Rat, B.F. Skinner

734
735
736
737
738
739
740

RTE
RCI
John Amos Comenius
Sigmund Freud
Keller
A.S. Neill
J.R. Ross
John Dewey
Erasmas
Aristotle (384-322 BC)
Plato ( 428-348 BC )
PCP

745
746
747
748
749
750
751
752
753
754
755
756
757
758
759
760
761
762
763
764
765
766
767
768
769
770
771
772
773

Skinner Box, Reinforcement, Punishment


Open School system Aug 1974
Nature, Findout Truth & making truth, Geethanjali
(Novel) Santhiniketan
Naturalism, Freedom, Emile(Novel), negative
education Books The progress of Arts & Science,
Social contact
National Open School (CBSE) 1989
National institute of Educational planning &
Administration
National Council of Tr. Education (1999) (Part meat
act 73)
National Accreditations and Assessment council
NAPE

Nalanda Open University 1987


Multiple intelligence,8,
Multi sensory principle, Book Social Statics &
Essay on Education
Motivation, Need, Self actualization
Mobile School. 1996
Mental Phenomena, think of Universe
memory, forgetting curve, sentence completion Test
Learning is possible only through sensory
experience
Learning by insight, chimpanzee, Sultan Gestalt,
Wholeness
L.O.E

OSS
Tagore
Rousseau
NOS
NIEPA
NCTE
NAAC
1978
NOU
Howard Gardner
Herbert Spencer
Maslow
Armoud Raskin
Berkeley
Ebbinhaus
John Locke
Kohler

Karma Yoga, Prinicple of Self Experience, Sensory


Approach, and Senses are the Gateway of
Knowledge.
Karl Marx
IQ MA/ CA x 100
Intro-Extro, psychotism & Neurotism, type cum
trait approach
Integrated multimedia Instructional Strategy
Television Channel 24 hr. G 1/an Darshan Radio
40 FM G1/an Bvani
Inkblot test (1921) , 10 Cards ( 2 Colour shady
cards)
Individual psychology, power seeking, Fictional
Functionalism
Indira Gandhi National Open University (1985)
Indian Technical Institute
Indian Institute of Technology
India Institute of Management

Aurobindo Ghosh
Marxism
William stern
Eysenck
IGNOU IMIS
Rorschach
Albred Adler
IGNOU
ITI
IIT
IIM

774

inclusive and systematic view of Universe

Henderson

775

IGNOU

1985

776
777
778
779
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
790
791
792
793
794
795
796
797
798
799
800
801
802
803
804
805
806
807
808

Humanistic Psychology, Counselling, Level of


aspiration, self Theory
hierarchical lg. eight
Group factor theory, 7 factor
Germany - Education of Man (Book), Kinder
Garden (1843) Mothers play and Nursery Rhymes.
Freedom in lg situation
Freedom and Culture
First professor of Psychology
Field theory , Life space, Topology , Vector, Valence
Father of Modern cognitive Psychology - Book
Cognitive Psychology(1967)
Father of Contemporary positive psychology
Father of structuralism
Father of Sociology
Father of social Psychology
Father of Psycho-analysis, interpretation of DreamsBooks
Father of Personality Psychology
Father of Operant Conditioning and Shaping
behaviour
Father of Motivation
Father of Modern Educational Psychology, Trial
and Error
Father of Memory-Book- Memory
Father of intelligence, Unitary Theory, French,
General Factor
Father of Intelligence
Father of Humanistic Psychology and Counselling
Psychology
Father of Gestalt Psychology
Father of experimental and modern psychology First laboratory Germany Leipeiz University
father of Existentialism
Father of Educational Sociology
Father of Clinical Psychology- First journal 1907The Psychological clinic
Father of Classical Conditioning
Father of child and developmental Psychology
Father of Behaviourism
Father of attachment theory
Father of Applied Psychology
Father of Analytical Psychology

Carl Roger
Gagne
L. Thorstone
Froebel
J. Krishnamoorthy

Cattell
Kurt Lewin
Ulric Neisser
Martin Seligman
Edward Titchner
Augustus Comte
Kurt Lewin
Sigmund Freud
Gordon Allport
B.F.Skinner
Abraham Maslow
Edward Thorndike
Herman Ebbinhaus
Albred Binet
Albert Binet
Carl Rogers
Max Wertheimer
Wilhelm Wundt
Jean Paul Satre
George Payne
Lightner Witmer
Ivan Pavlov
Jean Piaget
J.B.Watson
John Bowlby
Hugo Munsterberg
Carl Jung

809
810

811

812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837

Father of American Psychology


William James
Father Behaviorism Little Albert
J.B. Watson
Education is a natural, harmonious and progressive,
Development of mans innate powers, Father
Educational, Psychology, Principle of development Pestalozzi
to power Aunshaung means Method of teaching
learning own pace
Education for a Better Social Order
Dualism Theory
Drive reduction, habit formation & Reaction
Potential Drive, Need
District primary Education Programme (1993 April)
District Institute of Education and Training
District Institute of Education and Training
Distance Education council

Descartes
Hull
DPEP
DIET
DIET
DEC

Discovery of the Child


Directorate of Teacher Education Research &
Training
Dialectic method

DTERT
Socretes

Democracy and Education


Delhi University (1962) first Distance Education
Definition personality
De Schooling 1971 De schooling society, Vienna,
Austria
Cone of Experience
Cognitive development, Father of Child Psychology,
Schema, Assimilation, Accomodation. 4 Stages
Cluster Resource centre
Central Council of Unani Medicine
Central Council of Indian Medicine
Central Board of secondary Education
Book - Principle of Mathematics, An introduction to
Mathematical Philisophy. Nobel Prize Literature
(1950), Psychological reformist
Body, Mind & Spirit, Basic Education, Nonviolence, Satyagraha
Block Resource centre
Arche Type anima, animas, shadow, self, Hero,
conscious personal collective, Analytical
Psychology, word Association Test
All Indian council of secondary Education (1955)
All India Council of Technical Education

DU
Allport
Ivan illich
Edgar Dales
Piaget
CRC
CCUM
CCIM
CBSE
Bertrand Russel
Mahatma
BRC
Jung
IACSE
AICTE

838
839

against Rousseau, self is more important Nature +


Kant
mind
ADOLESENCE

840

8 Type, psycho social development

841

12

12

842

Erickson

90%

843

4 category trait personality common trait, unique,


surface, source

844

845
846

Raymond B. Cattell

1982
1964-66, Commission

Kothari

14
847

21 -

848

12

18

..

849

,
.
...
-

850

851

852

853

854

855

856

857

858

859

860

862
863
864

861

Adul Learning"

________

865

.
866

"

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-

867

868

869

870

"

"

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-

"Gifted"
" A Journal of Father"
-

871

872

(WAIS)

(PERFORMANCE
TEST) 873

874
875

..

876

877

878

18

879

880

20-50

881
882

883

884

3-5

1968

.
-

46

885
886

887

888

889

RMSA

890

891

892

.
-

893

894

3.0

895

896

897

898

899

900

901

(
(

902

903

904

905

906

,
907

908

909

910

911

912

913

914

1934

915

916
917

919

921

1901

918

920

UNICEF

922

923

924

925

(B.F.Skinner)

926

927
928

929

25

12

930

931

932

933

(PERSONA)

934

935

936

PERSONALITY

937

938

939

10

940

941

942

.
-

943

944
945

946

947

948

949

950

0,03

951

952

953

954
955

S --> R

956

957

958
....

959

(Sound to me)

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960

961

962

.....
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963

...

10
.

964

965

966

969

967
968

970
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,
,

971

972

60

973

- 5

974

975

- 70

976

90

- 87

977

978

140

979

1508

980

140

981

982
983

0-2

984

.
-

985

986

987

988

989

80

990

991

992

993

10

994

995

996

997

3.0

998
999

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