CONTENTS:- Vol.1: 1. Applied psychology. 2. Child psychology. 3. Child psychology and pre-school curriculum. 4. Theories about children. 5. Mental development. 6. Psychotherapy. 7. Strategies for behaviour change. 8. Counselling psychology. 9. The nature of abnormal behaviour. 10. Psychodynamic theory. 11. Abnormalities in motor process. 12. Abnormalities of emotional process. 13. Abnormalities of cognitive process. 14. Cognitive psychology. 15. Emotional systems. 16. Dreamlife. 17. Abnormal personalities in literature. 18. Unconscious mental life. Vol.2: 19. Educational psychology. 20. Measurements and educational psychology. 21. Impact of behaviourism. 22. Intelligence education. 23. Educational context. 24. Conventional methods. 25. Therapy in clinical psychology. 26. Clinical neuropsychology. 27. Recruitment and selection. Vol.3: 28. Assessment and appraisal. 29. Organisational psychology. 30. Organisational culture. 31. Cultures of two organisations. 32. Creation of organisational cultures. 33. Organisational midlife. 34. Leader's role in mature organisations. 35. Training. 36. Psychology and information technology. 37. Economic psychology. 38. Industrial psychology. 39. Job analysis and evaluation. Vol.4: 40. Job-related behaviour. 41. Leadership. 42. Behavioural research. 43. Organisational development. 44. Groups of organisations. 45. Group decision making. 46. Performance appraisal. 47. Performance rating system. 48. Leadership frontiers. 49. Personality process. 50. Attitudes, commitments and values. 51. Equal employment opportunity. 52. Biographical data. 53. Job satisfaction, attitudes and opinions. 54. Marketing in behaviour. Vol.5: 55. Consumer affairs. 56. Forensic psychology. 57. Social psychology of human concerns. 58. Environment and social behaviour. 59. Psychology and law. 60. Future of applied psychology.
Applied psychology is the important branch of psychology i.e. the scientific study of all forms of human and animal behaviour. Applied psychology must start out with description and classification of facts. Facts once classified and described are then subjected to theoretical analysis and further experiment, and this tends to become explanatory and to be able to make predictions about future facts. This work, in five volumes, consists of sixty chapters, thus covering all the relevant fields of applied psychology. To make the information more coherent, the material is gathered from different authoritative sources. The encyclopaedic information, gathered herein will prove of utmost use to students, teachers and researchers in the domain of psychology. The professionals i.e. practising psychologists will find this work of dependable reference value.