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ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

OUTCOME
1. Distinguish
between
pathological and
non-pathological
manifestations of
behavior
2. Recognize common
psychological
disorders given
specific symptoms

NO.
OF
ITEMS

TOPICS
Pathology
Pathological and non-pathological

20

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2.

3.

4.

Anxiety D/o
Panic attack
panic disorder
agoraphobia
phobia
social phobia
obsessive-compulsive disorder
acute stress disorder /PTSD
generalized anxiety disorder
DID
Dissociative Fugue,
Dissociative Amnesia,
Depersonalization Disorder
Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Somatoform Disorders
conversion disorder
somatization disorder
hypochondriasis
pain disorder
body dysmorphic disorder.
Mood disorders
Unipolar
bipolar
5. Stress disorders
Adjustment d/o
PTSD
6. Personality disorders
Cluster A: Includes paranoid,
schizoid, and schizotypal
personality disorders.
Cluster B: Includes histrionic,
narcissist, antisocial, and
borderline personality disorders
Cluster C: Includes avoidant,
dependent, and obsessive-

compulsive personality disorders.

3. Use major
psychological
theories,
particularly
commonly
recognized ones, in
explaining how
psychological
problems are
caused and how
they develop.
4. Identify the sociocultural factors that
may impact on
problemidentification and
diagnosis of
abnormal behavior
5. Apply appropriate
ethical principles
and standards in
diagnosing cases of
abnormal behavior

7. Substance related disorders


8. Impulse control disorders
Kleptomania
Pathological gambling
Pyromania
Trichotillomanina
Intermittent explosive disorder
Eating disorder (anorexia nervosa
& bulimia nervosa)
9. Sexual dysfunctions
Theorists of abnormal psychology

30

Socio-economic status
Culture that influence abnormal behavior
15

DSM V.. criterias for said psychological


disorders above
15

INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
OUTCOME
1. Discuss the major
considerations and

NO.
OF
ITEMS
20

TOPICS
selection

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

principles employee
selection
Describe the
process and
principles in
employee training
and development
Apply the major
principles in
performance
evaluation
Apply the major
theories of
motivation in
designing and
administering
rewards.
Apply basic
theories in team
dynamics
Differentiate the
various functions
involved in Human
Resource
management
Recognize issues of
work life balance
and well-being in
the workplace

Training and development


20

Performance evaluation
15
Theories of motivation
15

Theories in team dynamics


10
Difference of functions involved in human
resource management
10

Issues in workplace
10

THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
OUTCOME
1. Recognize
differentiate basic
theories and
perspectives of
personality

NO.
OF
ITEMS
80

TOPICS
Theories of personality (historical background)
-Ernst Kretschmer
-Franz Gall
-William Sheldon
PSYCHOANALYTIC PARADIGM
Sigismund Schlomo Freud
Carl Jung
Erik Homburger Erikson

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PARADIGM


Alfred Adler
Karen Horney
Erick Fromm
Harry Stack Sullivan
Henry A. Murray
TRAIT PARADIGM
Gordon Allport
Raymond B. Cattell
EXISTENTIAL HUMANISTIC PARADIGM
George Kelly
Carl Rogers
Abraham Maslow
Ludwig Binswanger
LEARNING PARADIGM
Burrhus Frederick Skinner
Albert Bandura
John Dollard
Influences of culture in behavior (birth order,
race, socio-economic status)

2. Identify the sociocultural and


environmental
factors that may
impact personality
3. Identify the
relevant
Filipino/Indigenous
concepts in
understanding
Personality

10

10

Filipino and multicultural concepts of


personality.
Western concept
Filipino concept (Smooth Interpersonal
Relations)

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
OUTCOME
1. Apply technical
concepts, basic
principles and tools
of psychometrics
and psychological
assessment.
2. Describe the
process, research
methods and

NO.
OF
ITEMS

29

29

TOPICS
Norms and Basic statistics for testing
Scales of measurement
Frequency distribution
Percentiles
Describing distributions
norms
Correlation
Regression
Validity

3.

4.

5.

6.

statistics used in
test development
and
standardization.
Identify the
importance,
benefits and
limitations of
psychological
assessment.
Identify, assess and
evaluate the
methods and tools
of psychological
assessment and
relative to the
specific purpose
and context:
school, hospital,
industry and
community
Evaluate the
administration and
scoring procedures
of intelligence and
objective
personality tests
and other
alternative forms of
tests.
Apply ethical
considerations and
standards in the
various dimensions
of psychological
assessment.

Reliability
Test administration

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Testing in counseling psychology


Testing in health psychology and health care
Testing in industrial and business settings
Wechsler Intelligence Scales: WAIS III, WISC,
IV, WPPSI III
Individual tests of ability in education and
special education
Standardized tests in civil service and military
Applications in clinical and counseling settings
Projective personality tests
Study how the tests are administered and
scored

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Testing and the Law


Ethics and the future of Psychological Testing
Code of fair testing practices in education

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT 40% - 150 ITEMS


THEORIES OF PERSONALITY 20% - 100 ITEMS
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 20% - 100 ITEMS

INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY 20% - 100 ITEMS