Booklist for UGC NET Psychology Exam 2018
Trueman's UGC Net Psychology Paperback – 2014 by Akhilesh Mani (Author) - Buy from Amazon
The book comprises of chapters on perceptual process, learning process, memory and forgetting, thinking and problem solving, motivation and emotion, human abilities, research methodology, and biological basis of behavior.
In addition, there are model test papers and previous years' solved papers for thorough practice and revision.
This book is essential for psychology students preparing for competitive examinations like national eligibility test and state eligibility test conducted by the university grants commission of India.
UGC-NET/JRF/SET Psychology (Paper-II) by Dr. Amit Abraham (Author) - Buy from Amazon
Psychology: A Reference Manual for UGC & Other Competitive Examinations (NET, SLET, JRF & Other UPSC Competitive Tests) by Ess Ess Publications (Author) - Buy from Amazon
Psychology: A Reference Manual for UGC & Other Competitive Examinations (NET, SLET, JRF & Other UPSC Competitive Tests) - Buy from Amazon
Intelligence: A Short Introduction to Theories, Conceptual Issues, Critical Evaluations & Applications: Your companion for scoring best and succeeding in competitive exams with Psychology Kindle Edition by Sanjay Singh Yogita Aggarwal (Author), Yogita Aggarwal (Author) - Buy from Amazon
Special emphasis on critical evaluation of theories and application which is common in long answers in graduate/master level exams
Each chapter would be supported by audio-visual study material, online quizzes, demo, videos, lecture notes and assessment
A special assessment section will be created online for willing student who can take a direct feedback from authors on their performance Each chapter to contain illustrations, pictures, MCQs, Glossary and related stuff to help learner and educators
Examrace NTA (UGC) NET-JRF Psychology Series - Buy from Examrace
Concise notes covering NTA NET Syllabus for Psychology in pointwise manner. Includes syllabus for Paper II and III for Psychology covering general, developmental and physiological Psychology, applied Psychology with emphasis on clinical and organizational Psychology.