CONTENTS:- Some persistent questions on the defining of objectives; Stating objectives appropriately for programme, for curriculum and for instructional material development; Instrumentation of Bloom's and Krathwohl's Taxonomies for the writing of educational objectives; Educational objectives: Help or hindrance?; Comments on Eisner's paper; The psychiatrist's attitude towards cultural and ethical values in its relatedness to the goals of psychotherapy; Considerations of the psychiatrist in the establishment of the treatment situation; Introductory remarks on the psycho-therapeutic procedure; Associations, marginal thoughts, physical sensations, and usage in psychotherapy; Interpretation and its application; the nature and measurement of intelligence; How to begin and how to terminate a psychotherapeutic interview; Termination of treatment; Development of intelligence and mental processes.
Mental hygiene is a subject of very recent origin. It has been admitted that the attitude of the students towards learning depends to a great extent on the mental hygiene. But knowledge gained in the field of mental hygiene has been of use in the Armies. But educationists have begun to realise the value of mental hygiene in the field of education. It is expected that the book will be found useful by the teachers.