Psychology Lab

The Department of Psychology has well equipped  “Psychology lab” to carry out cognitive and psychophysical assessments The psychology laboratories are purpose built rooms that allow psychology students to collect data from human participants using assessment tools and opportunity to enhance their psychological testing methods. The psychology laboratory has procured various instruments and tests for conducting experiments in Intelligence, Attention, Perception, Emotions, Memory ,Sensory motor processing, Concept formation, Color preference Adjustment, Stress, Anxiety, Personality ,Self concept, Carrier Maturity ,Job satisfaction.

Hands-on Learning in Psychological Testing

Students are trained in administering, scoring, and interpreting psychological testing, enlivening the student’s interest and enhancing their comprehension of how psychological tests work.

Intelligence Test (IQ Test)

IQ test is an assessment that measures a range of cognitive abilities and provides a score that is intended to serve as a measure of an individual’s intellectual abilities and potential. Common types of IQ tests are: Ravens Standard Progressive Matrices &Gardner Multiple Intelligence Test.

Personality Assessment

Eysenck Personality Test & Cattell’s 16 PF Test is a Self-report inventory involve introspectively assessing their own personality characteristics.

Career Maturity Inventory (CMI)

Assess the process of adolescents and adults approach towards career development tasks and readiness attitudes of students in making appropriate vocational plans.

Student Stress Scale

Assess students stress in various aspects regarding financial, family, social, Education, Ego threat, personal set back and health.

Attention Test

Attention test helps to evaluate level of attention, behavioral alterations, response time, visual perception, shifting inhibition,  spatial perception, processing speed, visual scanning, and hand-eye coordination.

Trial and Error learning Test

Assess students learning skill ,problem solving ability, level of memory, motivation, spatial knowledge and sensory experience.