The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Psychology is a discipline of science that deals with understanding of human behaviour and response with the society. Human behaviour changes according to their mind-set and environmental changes. The mind responds to the external environment where the brain visions the changes occurring. Thus, the underlying relation between brain and mind are studied by the psychologists and provides a solution to it. There are many researches ongoing in psychology that understands human behaviour through conducting various experiments, but the secrecy of human behaviour is still unwound
- Track 1-1Genetic factors
- Track 1-2Mind with Brain â€“ A Crucial Link
- Track 1-3 Phrenology â€“ The study on Human Skull
- Track 1-4Psychologists and Society
- Track 1-5Emotions and Human Behaviour.
- Track 1-6Introspection and Psychological Stress
- Track 1-7Thinking and Language
- Track 1-8Theories on Psychological Types
The study of mind began from the past 350 B.C by the Greek philosophers like Aristotle, Plato, Thales etc. The was proposed by Rene Descartes, he stated that both mind and body work together. Later in 1850s Charles Darwin studied the and the changes observed in human beings. 1879- a great boom in the field of psychology occurred. Wilhelm Wundt- The Father of Psychology, intended to study the changes and behaviour of humans. Later, various studies were conducted for the years together and Psychology still holds a mystery in human behaviour.
- Track 2-1Early Believes in Psychology
- Track 2-2Western Psychology
- Track 2-3 Beginning of Experimental Psychology
- Track 2-4Eclecticism- An Approach on Different Theories
- Track 2-5Present Day Psychology
The study on psychology is an important process, as it helps to understand the body and mind of human. It is an approach that defines a human being- character, behaviour and decision making. Psychology helps to understand oneself, their weakness, strength etc. Thus, allowing a healthy relationship with the environment. Learning ourselves is an important and tedious process which relieves stress in us and promote a positive surrounding.
- Track 3-1Decision Making- A Path to Success
- Track 3-2Improves Communication
- Track 3-3Strong Relationship with Co-People
- Track 3-4Builds Self-Confidence
- Track 3-5Healthy Life
Psychology is a vast area which involves various branches in it. Till present there are various fields in psychologythat is concerned on the subject and tries to find solution for the problems. Psychology deals with mental-social behaviour of people. Psychology is a huge discipline that promotes the understanding of life
- Track 4-1Clinical and Cognitive Psychology
- Track 4-2Pseudo-Psychology
- Track 4-3Developmental and Forensic Psychology
- Track 4-4Health and Occupational Psychology
- Track 4-5Sports and Educational Psychology
- Track 4-6Consumer and Spiritual Psychology
- Track 4-7Other Perspectives
Personality defines . Among millions of people, a person stands unique by his/her personality. Personality can be studied in two major ways, foremost is studying difference in personality among human and the other is social compatibility of people. Social psychology deals with interaction among individuals and analyze their behaviour, feelings, emotions etc.
- Track 5-1Structuring and Development of Personality.
- Track 5-2Psychoanalysis- The Theory on Personality
- Track 5-3Self-Control and Self-Esteem
- Track 5-4Social Influence
- Track 5-5Theories of Social Psychology
- Track 5-6Social Loafing- A Conflict Among People
- Track 5-7Linking Personality and Social Factors
- Track 5-8Altruism â€“ The Well-Being of People
- Track 5-9Healthcare as a Social Behaviour
- Track 5-10Co-operation and Communication
The state of being depressed for a prolonged time is known as Psychological disorders. There are many factors that contribute psychological disorders, but environmental and biological factors are the two major. The symptoms for these disorders are difficult to analyze but change in behaviour of an individual is the characteristic symptom for all the psychological disorders.
- Track 6-1DSM and its Goals
- Track 6-2DSM I and DSM II
- Track 6-3DSM III and DSM III R
- Track 6-4DSM IV, DSM IV- TR and DSM IV- TR Multi axial system
- Track 6-5DSM 5 and Various Psychological Disorders
Mental disorders are described by issues, for example, gloom, fixation, injury, uneasiness and so forth that individual’s involvement with their psyche and their inclination. They are not surely knowing as far as their causes, but rather these sorts of disarranges are notable for their manifestations. Treatment typically including both psychotherapy and prescription for most dysfunctional behaviour and psychological well-being concerns is advantageous and viable for a great many people.
- Track 7-1Classification
- Track 7-2Adult mental disorders
- Track 7-3Childhood mental disorders
- Track 7-4Personality disorders
- Track 7-5Other mental disorders & concerns
- Track 7-6Categorical schemes
- Track 7-7Non-categorical schemes
Psychological disorders have causes that are generally subject to number of variables, including complex collaborations amongst hereditary and ecological components and so forth. Several risk factors have been engaged with the improvement of mental issue, however their relative commitments are related to individual patients with various disorders, and a correct reason can be recognized on an individual premise.
- Track 8-1Biological and personal factors
- Track 8-2Genetic factors
- Track 8-3Psychological and individual factors
- Track 8-4Life experience factors
- Track 8-5Ecological factors
- Track 8-6Environmental factors
The patients affected with psychological disorders are often treated with various therapies and medications. Usually the psychotherapist uses an eclectic approach i.e., combination of various therapies to treat patients. These help in recovering people those who are affected and thus proving that there is life after difficulties. Biomedical therapies are also used in worst cases to cure people.
- Track 9-1Psychological Therapies
- Track 9-2Biomedical Therapies
- Track 9-3Ancient and Peculiar Therapies
- Track 9-4Motivation and Support
Psychological diagnosis alludes to side effects that has impacts on the different controls of life. Diagnosing a psychological wellness issue is a procedure, and if regularly incorporates numerous therapeutic and emotional well-being experts.The determination is closed from patient's behaviour and the things they report about themselves. A diagnosis is all about finding solutions, medications, and information related with the problems faced by the individuals.
- Track 10-1How are psychological disorders diagnosed?
- Track 10-2Purpose of getting a diagnosis
- Track 10-3Psychological disorder prevalence
- Track 10-4Reliability and validity concerns
- Track 10-5Superficial symptoms
- Track 10-6Cultural differences
Psychology is the most exceedingly growing area in the field of science. Psychology is a multi-disciplinary course that tends people to understand in detail. A person specialized in psychology understands himself/herself and thus corelate with the external environment. Now a day, there are many situations that affects the human psycheand in need there is an urge for a psychologist. This job is not only lucrative but also provides a self- satisfaction.
- Track 11-1Knowledge on Psychology
- Track 11-2Scope in Psychology
- Track 11-3Psychologist and their Involvement
Behaviorism is the art of learning others behaviour and activities. The learning of oneself can be modified by conditioning where it refers to the process of modifying the response given to the object as a result stimulus, thereby this response can be changed by conditioning. Behaviorism involves the theories of physiology, psychology and methodology.
- Track 12-1Types of Conditioning
- Track 12-2Theories of Behaviorism
- Track 12-3Criticism Involved in Behaviorism
- Track 12-4Classes of Behaviorism
- Track 12-5Roots of Behaviorism
- Track 12-6Behaviour- Result of Stimulus Response
Behavioral science is a subject that inter links the activities and interactions among organisms in world. It is the systematic analysis of human behaviour through experiments and observations. Observation and experiments are the two main sources of Behavioral Science. Behavioral science is a domain that involves various other fields.
- Track 13-1Categories of Behavioral Science
- Track 13-2Different Classes of Observations and Experiments
- Track 13-3Need for Behavioral Science
- Track 13-4Speech and Behaviour
- Track 13-5Types of Behaviour
Human behaviour is influenced by many factors namely genes, environment, social, psychology etc. None of these fields are individually responsible for human behavior but compilation of all influence human behaviour. Human behaviour remains unchanged throughout the lifetime of an individual.
- Track 14-1Biological Factors
- Track 14-2Social Factors
- Track 14-3Psychological Factors
- Track 14-4Behaviour, Personality and Society
- Track 14-5Communication and Behaviour
Behaviour is an unpredictable phenomenon that defines a human being. There are a wide range of cause involved in defining a behaviour. Many researches are ongoing to find the ultimate cause for the behaviour through conducting various experiments. Few concepts are proposed to outline the cause of behaviour but still behaviourof human beings remain unidentified.
- Track 15-1Four Causes in Psychology
- Track 15-2Systematic Application of Four Causes
- Track 15-3Aristotleâ€™s Four Causes of Behaviour
- Track 15-4Behavioral Differences
- Track 15-5Impact of School on Behaviour
Is the brain linked with the behaviour? Scientist postulate answer for this question by stating that a neuron is responsible for the behaviour, feeling and emotions of humans. However, there may be other reasons to for the behaviour and behavioral changes occurring in humans. Brain is master which governs all other systems and thus it is believed to be the major reason of human behaviour
- Track 16-1Power of the Single Neuron
- Track 16-2Researches Linking Brain and Behavior
- Track 16-3Brain â€“ The Control of Human System
Children psychology explains the behaviour of children to external stimuli. A child usually reacts to small changes that happens around them. theses reactions with the external environment define a child. However, there are some cases were the child feels lonely and depressed. This condition usually happens when both the parent is working, and in most cases, a child becomes depressed when it receives a negative approach from the society. Thus, learning children psychology is an important process for the wellbeing of a child
- Track 17-1Understanding a Child
- Track 17-2Behavioral Therapies for Children
- Track 17-3Creating Positive Environment
- Track 17-4Child and a Parent
Love for food never fades. It is known that food is the basic need for every human being. Food provides energy, relaxation and pleasure. Do you believe that food is a trigger for human behaviour? Yes of course, behaviour of human is linked with food. Some food causes behavioral changes in humans.
- Track 18-1Positive Triggerer
- Track 18-2Negative Triggerer
- Track 18-3Medications in Food
- Track 18-4Study on Food and Behaviour
The characteristic changes of normal behaviour is said to be abnormal behaviour. It is the behaviour learnt from the environment because of negative approach. Abnormal behaviour turns a person rude and arrogant against the society which harms both the side. Cultures plays a major role in influencing the behaviour.
- Track 19-1Types of abnormal behaviour
- Track 19-2Behavioral Disorders and Therapies
- Track 19-3Characteristics and Four Dâ€™s of Abnormal Psychology
- Track 19-4Culture and Behaviour
- Track 19-5Models of Abnormal Behaviour
- Track 19-6Techniques to Modify Behaviour
Our thoughts indicate our action. The process of thinking is the foundation of thoughts. Thoughts can influence a person both positively and negatively. Suicide- the ending of own life is the consequences of thoughts. Not all thoughts lead to death. Researchers believe that the impact of negative thoughts ends in loss of life. Be specific in thoughts as it influences behaviour. Suicide- the ending of own life is the consequences of thoughts. Not all thoughts lead to death.
- Track 20-1Thoughts Associated With Behaviour
- Track 20-2Sedentary Behaviour With Mortality
- Track 20-3The Influence of Basic Life Style
- Track 20-4Approaches to Maintain Healthy Behaviour