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					                       NATIONAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CORPORATION
                                          2009

                              TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1.     Please treat the Price List or Catalogue as Quotation.
2.     The Order will be executed within two to four weeks either in one or two
       consignments.
3.     VAT will be charged as applicable on that time only on Scientific Apparatus, Stop
       Wathces and Clocks.
4.     Handling charges which include cartage, forwarding, railway freight, postal
       charges transportation freight or cargo charges etc., will be 5% but Rs.500/- will
       be the minimum.
5.     The price mentioned against each item in net and there is no provision of
       discount or concession in any case.
6.     The order below Rs.5000/- will be supplied either through Cash/DOD Basis.
7.     If there is any dispute it will be setteled in Agra Juridiction.
8.     The payment will be accepted through Draft payable at Agra infavour of National
       Psychological Corporation under Registered cover only or it should be
       desposited in our following Bank A/c.
Indusland Bank, Sanjay Place, Agra ----- A/c No 0064-G53259-050

                                    ABBREVIATIONS

P          means NPC is publisher.                    (Complete Set includes all the things
D          means NPC is Sole Distributor.             mentioned under the quantity as
S          means NPC is Stocklist.                    given on the top of every page)
RB         means Reusable booklet.                    Usually (not in all cases) one
CB         means Consumable booklet.                  complete set contains 25 Reusable
M          means Manual or Handbook.                  booklets or 100 Consumable
SK         means Scoring Key                          booklets or one set or cards, e.g.,
                                                      one Manual, one Scoring Key, 100
AS         means Answer Sheet
                                                      AS, etc., or whatever are mentioned
PL         means Profile                              in any test.
          means Existing Materials.
CS         means complete Set

                      ESSENTIALS WHILE PLACING THE ORDER

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this Price List in orders, please quote our Sr. No. and Price. Please mention the nearest
Road Transport/Cargo Service and Post Office. Please specify the period and mode of
payment. Please check the draft or chequ carefully and see that it is proper in all respect
before you dispatch the same to us.

                              IMPORTANT TO TEST USERS
It is inform that actual test users--- i.e. any institutin, Research center, Organization,
Practising - psychologist/counselor, Research scholar or anybody who is using
psychological tests must aware the fact that these are coyrighted items, and any misuse
in anyways by way of printing, electrostating, photocopy or use through computer is a
violation of copyright act and this will also affect your output adversely, therefore please
do not be misguided and be honest in your approach.
               ABOUT NPC AND EXECUTIVE PANEL
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        National Psychological Corporation (NPC) which was established in 1971 with its
Head Office at 4/230, Kacheri Ghat, Agra-282 004, is now recognized as a well-known centre
or largest house of developing the various psychological and educational tests. It publishes
and distributes a number of text books, research and reference books in the field of
Psychology and Education and arranging a variety of Psychological instruments and
educational aids to many educational institutions, guidance and counselling centres,
hospitals and industries, practising psychologists, clinical and school psychologists,
psychiatrists and medical professionals not only in all parts of the country but to neibouring
countries also. During the period of above 40 years journey, this centre has published about
300 tests, scales and inventories and also distributing more than 200 tests of various areas
of psychological assessment of leading Indian psychologists and educationists. For last 10
years, the centre is also having the stock of representative foreign testrs of Psychological
Corporation, U.S.A. and many other publishers of aboard. Therefore, the maximum range of
standardized psychological tests and educational scales are available in various branches of
human assessment.
        Because of the prompt service, honest and fair dealing, providing experts advice and
appropriate guidance to the needy users, considering the ethical aspects and the value of the
psychological measures, the quality production with accuracy, reasonable rate structure and
taking high spirit of academic and professional service to the society, this centre has attained
its excellence in all phases. It is almost recognized by the many universities, colleges,
research institutes, guidance and counselling centres, govt. agencies for its excellence,
resulting in earning the name and fame.
        Psychological tests are the backbone of guidance and counselling services, total
human assessment and understanding one‘s behaviour. Until and unless, the human
behaviour is not property assessed at any level with the appropriate use of various
psychological tests, it is futile effort to think of the success of guidance and counselling
programmes. Therefore, this organization has a great contribution to the field of guidance,
counselling and extension of research in the country. Development of psychological tests is
the main role and functions of this organization. This organization has taken an initiative to
start psychological clinic, SAMADHAN KENDRA at Shop No. 4, G.F. 20/4, Maruti Tower,
Sanjay Place, Agra-282 002 and MANODISHA (Counselling Centre) at UG-1, Nirmal
Heights, Agra-Mathura Road, Agra-282 002.


                                      EXECUTIVE PANEL
                                    Promoter & Director
                               Dr. Mahesh Bhargava
 Assistant Director                   Assistant Director                   Assistant Director
   (Marketing)                           (Academic)                           (Production)
Dr. Vivek Bhargava                    Rajshree Bhargava
Piyush Bhargava

             INSTRUMENTS & EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS
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                                PSYCHO-PHYSICS AND SCALING METHOD
1D     Aesthesiometer Calliper (Vernier Type) Two points with Manual                 Rs. 225 each
       (It is a Calliper formed of two pieces sliding across one another. One
       having a graduated scale and the other sliding part with one window also
       having scale on its sides. Two pointed projections, one each to each
       piece is attached.)
2D     Aesthesiometer Calliper (Vernier type) Three points with Manual               Rs. 300 each
       (This aesthesiometer is similar to one described aesthesiometer two
       point except that it has one extra pointed projection, which seems to be
       the extension of one piece of the calliper.)
3D     Weight Discrimination Box (10 weights) Progressive with Manual                Rs. 1200 each
       (Containing 10 cylinders of the same size and shape but different in
       weight. In this box there are nine comparison weights with a difference
       of two gram each and a standard weight of 50 gms.)
4D     Size and Weight Illusion Box (14 weights) with Manual                         Rs. 1500 each
       (Out of 14 and 12 cylinders are of the same size, shape but different in
       weight and 2 cylinders are different in size, shape and weight. In this box
       there are 13 comparison stimuli and one standard stimuli. Standard is of
       50 gms.)
5D     Size and Weight Illusion Box (22 weights) with Manual                         Rs. 1800 each
       (Containing 22 cylinders of the same size and shape but different in
       weight. In this box there are 21 comparison stimulus. One standard
       weight of 50 gms.)
6D     Muller Lyre Illusion Stand with Scale and Manual                              Rs. 1200 each
       (Muller Lyre is made as fiber sheet. Its length is about 45 cm. It is fixed
       on two Iron/Aluminium Rod on the stand. Muller Lyre Illusion is
       detachable from the Iron Rods. In front side fixable and adjustable
       position of Muller Lyre Illusion. Standard stimulus is 15 cm. In back side
       scale for measurement of illusion and two screw for fixing the rod.)
7D     Rank Order Method ¼inkad ;k Js.kh Øe½Hindi / English                         Rs. 300 each
8D     Paired Comparison Method¼;qXe rqyuk fof/k½ Hindi /                           Rs. 300 each
       English
9D     Rating Method ¼oxZØe fof/k½ Hindi / English                                  Rs. 300 each
                                   SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
10 D   Perimeter (Table Model) with Manual                                           Rs. 3500 each
       (This is an apparatus with a metal arch, which can be fixed at different
       angles by rotating, to produce different meridians for the subject.)
11 D   Perimeter Chart (Right/Left Eye)                                              Rs. 150 per set
12 D   Hand Colour Mixer with Manual                                                 Rs. 1500 each
       (Hand colour mixture is planually operating. It attached four colour discs
       of red, green, blue & yellow. The discs are cut in such a way along the
       sector that they can all be slipped into each other. It is hand operated.)
13 D   Colour Mixer Apparatus Variable speed with four adjustable                    Rs. 3500 each
       colour discs (Electrical) with Manual
       (This consists of a circular metallic disc graduated into different degrees
       and operated by a motor in a concealed box-like arrangement. The
       speed of the motor is adjustable. Colour discs of red, green, Blue and
       yellow. The discs are cut in such a way along the sector that they can all
       be slipped into each other.)
14 D   Kinesthetic Figural After Effect with Manual                                  Rs. 3000 each
       (There are two Bars : One of these showing the Inspection Bar (I-Bar)
       having the fixed width the other one is known as Test Bar (T Bar)
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       Mounted on a plate whose width may be increased or decreased
       through this nob 5 Test Bar available in Instrument)
15 D   Stamp Pad with pointed hamer for Tactual localization of pain                   Rs. 250 each
       spot with Manual
16 D   Colour Preference on the basis of paired comparison method                      Rs. 1250 each
       (6 colours) with Manual
17 D   Successive Colour Contrast Apparatus (Negative After image)                     Rs. 1600 each
       with Manual
       (This instrument is a square box made up to wood. In the background of
       this is an electric bulb and in the front part there is an aperture type
       empty space, through which opaque glass slides fixed with different
       stimulant colours in part in the middle, is shown. Bulb inside the
       instrument is switched on when the stimulant colour is presented.
       Instrument is covered by a grey colour curtain.)
18 P   Performance Test in Perception with Manual (Visual & Auditory)                  Rs. 2500 each
       — Raj. K. Gupta
       (It is standardized on IIIth & IVth Class students.)
19 D   Depth Perception Apparatus with Manual                                          Rs. 4250 each
       (The three needle apparatus has been widely used in studies of
       Binocular Depth Perception. It was devised by Howard and Dolman.
       This consists of an elongated box which conceals inside three vertical
       rods or pins. These pins can be seen by a subject through a small
       window and the inside of the box is illuminated. Two of these rods are
       fixed and the one in the middle is movable, resting on a pulley bottom
       wheeled on a rod running completely across the length of the box. A
       meter-scale is fixed to the groove like opening on the top so that the
       exact position of the movable rod can be read.)
20 D   Size Constancy Apparatus to study the perception of size                        Rs. 3000 each
       constancy and distance with Manual
       (A square is mounted on a vertical rod. Another square (variable stimulus) is
       mounted on another vertical rod and whose sides can be varied in length
       with the help of a pulley attached to this square. Besides a metre scale to
       measure the distance between the subject and the standard square.)
21 D   Perceptual Grouping ¼izR;{khdj.k lewghdj.k½Hindi / Eng.                        Rs. 150 each set
22 D   Reversible Perspective ¼mRØe.kh; lanHkZ½ Hindi / Eng.                           Rs. 150 each set
23 D   Person Perception ¼O;fDr izR;{k.k½— Upadhyaya (Hindi)                          Rs. 250 each set
24 D   Person Perception (Hindi) S. N. Rai (Semantic Differential Scale)               Rs. 250 each set
25 D   Person Perception (English) Rakhi Bhargava                                      Rs. 250 each set
26 D   Social Perception (Effect of value on size Perception) Hindi                    Rs. 250 each set
27 P   CIP Time Perception Scale (Hindi/English) K. Chaudhary, S. D.                   Rs. 500 each set
       Sharma and S. K. Verma. Set of 5 Cards
       (It contains 46 items which measure three dimensions of time perception —
       offical time, cued time, and personal time. It can be used on normal and
       patients of any physical aliment or mental disorders. It is standardized on
       adults).
                                        LEARNING AND MEMORY
28 D   Mirror Drawing Apparatus (Simple for printed Star) with Manual                  Rs. 1800 each
       (The Simplest Mirror Drawing Apparatus often called (Mirror Tracing
       Board). There is Based Board (Wooden with Sunmica top) at the back
       side of which a Mirror Holder is attached to which Mirror can be fitted to

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       standard erect. At left hand of front edge there is an adjustable screen.
       With this apparatus Printed Star Patterns are used.)
29 D   Mirror Drawing Stars Paper                                                   Rs. 500 per 1000
30 D   Mirror Drawing Scoring Sheet Pad                                             Rs. 90 per 100
31 D   Mirror Drawing Electrical with Manual                                        Rs. 2750 each
       (Electrical Mirror Drawing Apparatus an Indicator Lamp is provided in
       place of Error Counter. The Errors are counted by the experimenter
       manually putting a Tally Mark for each flash/glow of the Indicator Lamp
       in every trial.)
32 D   Mirror Drawing Apparatus Electrical with reset 6 digit error                 Rs. 4500 each
       counter with Manual
       (It has a Wooden Base Box with Sunmica top on which a Metallic Star
       Pattern (Aluminium) is mounted at the Centre. At the back side of the
       Base Box a framed Mirror has been hinged which stands erect while at
       work and lies flat covering the Star Pattern when not in use. On the left
       side of the front edge a Plastic Sheet Screen has been provided. On the
       right edge of the Base Box is fitted an Electro-Magnetic Counter (6 Digit-
       Reset type) AC Mains indicator, and a Stylus the Instrument is provided
       a Power lead and a plug styles.)
33 D   Mirror Drawing Apparatus Electronic Digital Error Counter with               Rs. 5500 each
       Manual
       (The employ the most advanced and up-to-date Digital technology in
       their design. The instruments are good looking and easy in use. This
       electronic instrument also works on A. C. Mains (220-230 V, 50 Hz.
       A.C.) and can be directly connected to any 2/3/5 Pin A.C. Wall Socket. It
       is like the Electrical Mirror Drawing Apparatus except that this
       employees a Digital-Electronic-4 Digit-Counter as error counter instead
       of Electro Magnetic Counter (6 Digit-Reset type). There errors are
       automatically recorded in Digital form by means of Digital Electronic
       Counter. The Display of the DE Counter is shining Red-4 LED Display.)
34 D   Mirror Drawing Apparatus Electronics with Digital reset error                Rs. 10500 each
       counter and Timer with Manual
       (This Mirror Drawing Apparatus is the most advanced and latest version
       and ultra modern technologically developed. This tool operates on A.C.
       Mains. Subject places the stylus at the starting point of Grooved Path of
       the Star the Digital Timer immediately starts recording time in seconds
       and its decimal parts. And whenever there is an Error the Digital Error
       Counter automatically records one Error in Digital Form. Thus, here in
       this Instrument, Time and Error both are recorded automatically. Both
       the Digital Timer and Digital Error Counter are Reset type and have Four
       (04) LED chips as Display.)
35 S   Proteous Maze with Manual                                                    Rs. 600 each set

36 D   Finger Maze (Wooden Make) with Manual                                        Rs. 800 each
       (Finger Maze (T-Shape) is of square in shape and its tracks are of
       groove type. There are three tracks in out of which only one leads to the
       aim. In this, aim is achieved with the help of fingers. Going on the wrong
       track is an error.)
37 D   Human Maze (Simple Aluminium Make) with stylus with Manual                   Rs. 1200 each
       (This is rectangular in shape. In this also routes are grooved. In this
       stylus is of Aluminium, going on wrong track is an error and there are
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       three tracks out of which only one track leads to the aim.)
38 D   Human Maze Learning T-Shape (Electrical) with Manual                        Rs. 1850 each
       (This is also like finger Maze but it works on electricity and aim is
       decided by Stylus. Bulb starts glowing while going on wrong track by
       which error can be known. Only one track leads to the aim out of the
       three tracks.)
39 D   Human Maze Learning Pointed (Electrical) with Manual                        Rs. 2750 each
       (This is of square shape made of wood. In this are 15 rows and 15
       columns, i.e., 225 screws are fixed on the wood in the form of points
       which are connected with bulb and stylus. Bulb does not glow while
       going on right track but glows while going on wrong track by which error
       can be known.)
40 D   Human Maze Learning Pointed electrical with reset 6 digit error             Rs. 4500 each
       counter with Manual
       (Working is like of Maze Learning Electrical (Pointed) but in this error
       can be known by Reset Error Counter alongwith the glowing of bulb.
       After every effort Error Counter is reset.)
41 D   Human Maze Learning Electronics with Digital Error Counter and              Rs. 5500 each
       Manual
       (The working of this type Maze is like that of Maze Learning Electrical
       Pointed with Reset Counter. Electronic Counter replace of Electric
       Digital Counter)
42 D   Human Maze Learning Electronics with Digital reset error counter            Rs. 10500 each
       and Timer with Manual
       (This Maze learning apparatus is the most advanced and latest version
       and ultra modern technologically. This tool operates on A.C. Mains.
       Subject places the stylus at the starting point of Maze Learning. The
       Digital Timer immediately starts recording Time in seconds and its
       decimal parts. And when ever there is an Error the Digital Error Counter
       automatically records one Error in Digital Form. Thus, here in this
       Instrument. Time and Error both are recorded automatically. Both the
       Digital Timer and Digital Error Counter are Reset type and have Four
       (04) LED chips as Display.)
43 D   Winking reflex apparatus to study conditional reflex phenomenon             Rs. 1800 each
       with Manual
44 D   Card Sorting Tray with Cards and anodized Number Plates for                 Rs. 950 each
       habit interference with Manual
       (Card-sorting Plastics/Wooden Tray has been placed in front of the
       subject on a table. Figure indicating plates has been fixed in different
       boxes of the tray unsystematically. All the number indicating cards after
       shuffling well has been placed besides the tray in front of subject.)
45 P   Letter Cancellation Test-sheet with Manual (Hindi / Eng.)                   Rs. 250 each set
46 P   Substitution Test-sheet (Substitution Learning or Code Learning)            Rs. 250 each set
       with Manual (Hindi)
47 P   Association Values English CVC’s and CCC’s by Dr. N. Hasnain                Rs. 50 each
       (Hand Book)
48 P   Paired Associate Learning by D. S. Janbandhu (Eng.)                         Rs. 250 each set
49 P   Serial Learning by D. S. Janbandhu (Eng.)                                   Rs. 250 each set
50 P   Effect   of   Meaningfulness    of   Learning   with   Hand    Book   of    Rs. 250 each set
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       Association of Values by D. S. Janbandhu (Eng.)
51 P   Verbal Conditioning by D. S. Janbandhu (Eng.)                                 Rs. 250 each set
52 P   Paired Associate Learning (Hindi)                                             Rs. 250 each set
53 D   Effect of Co-operation and Competition on the Performance of a                Rs. 400 each set
       Task by (Hindi / Eng.)
54 D   Yerk’s Multiple Choice Apparatus to determine the process of                  Rs. 4500 each
       concept formation in multiple choice situation with Manual
       (This apparatus consists of a box like board with a screen in the middle;
       one side of the screen called (the subject’s side), there are twelve lights
       and also twelve switches one under each. On the other side again
       (experimenter’s side) there are equal number of lights and switches
       below them. Under this row of switches there is a row of buzzers, one
       buzzers corresponding to each light and also a row of switches (or a
       regulator) for the buzzers).
55 D   Electrical Memory Drum (Four Variable Speed) with Manual                      Rs. 9000 each
       (The Electrical Memory Drum is a very useful versatile and study and
       accurate instrument. As usual it can be used in most of the Learning,
       Memory and Forgetting Experiments like Serial Verbal Learning, Retro-
       active Inhibition. The present instrument (apparatus) operates on 230 V
       50 Hz A. C. and has a removable/detachable Drum. One stimulus each
       can be Exposed to the subject at the desired speed (1, 2, 4, 8) with the
       Exposure Time 1, 2, 4, 8 Sec. respectively. The maximum number of
       STIMULUS LISTS can be SIX (06). The Control Box (Unit) contain and
       Electric Motor and a FOUR (04) Speed Gear Box and Clutch
       Mechanism. There are Two Leavers. Each ON/OFF Switches and two
       Indicator Lights on the front panel of the Control Unit. Each ON/OFF
       Switch and Indicator Light is marked with ‘MOTOR’ and ‘LIGHT’
       respectively.)
56 D   Memory Drum (Hand operated) with Manual                                       Rs. 1600 each
57 P   Short Term Memory (S.T.M.) — B. B. Asthana                                    Rs. 250 each set
58 P   Long Term Memory (L.T.M.) — B. B. Asthana                                     Rs. 250 each set
59 P   Span of Immediate Memory : Auditory and Visual. Hindi / English               Rs. 250 each set
60 P   Recall of Completed and Incompleted Task : Zeigarnik Effect.                  Rs. 250 each set
       Hindi / English.
61 D   Retroactive Inhibition. Effect of Interpolated Activities on                  Rs. 250 each set
       Previous Learning Hindi / English.
62 D   Influence of Set on Perception, Attention or Performance of a                 Rs. 250 each set
       Task Hindi.
                                             ATTENTION
63 D   Tachistoscope (Fall Door type) Span of Attention with Manual                  Rs. 1850 each
       and Cards
       (Tachistoscope falling door type is one which usually has a fixed
       exposure time. This consists of a Wooden Screen with a window in the
       middle which is covered by a movable falling shutter. This falling shutter
       can be closed or opened with the help of a lever at the top on the back
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       side of the screen. The exposure time is usually 1/10 of a second.)
64 D   Techistoscope Cards
           (a) 40 Meaningful and 15 Non-Meaningful                                    Rs. 60 each set
                                                                                      Rs. 60 each set
           (b) Dotted 17 cards
65 D   Mc Dougall Disc. Division of Attention (Plastic in white and black             Rs. 850 each
       colours 15 each) with Manual (Hindi)
66 D   Division of Attention Board Electrical with Manual                             Rs. 3000 each
67 D   Division of Attention Board with reset 6 digit impulse counter                 Rs. 4500 each
       with Manual
       (The division of attention board consists of a wooden board with a
       circular and triangular groove with a metallic contact point on each. The
       board is wired inside so that any passage of electric current on it from a
       battery can be recorded on an impulse counter. The board is connected
       as its terminal to a battery. The other terminal of the battery is connected
       to a metallic stylus through an impulse counter. Whenever the stylus
       passes through the metallic contact point the counter would record once.)
                                               FATIGUE
68 D   Ergograph for measuring physical fatigue (Hand Grip Model with                 Rs. 4000 each
       manual) fatigue lines are drawn on an ordinary paper with the help of
       pencil. It is simple in handling, less time consuming and providing direct
       reliable and accurate results.
69 D   Gripdynometer a simple round balance altered for the purpose of                Rs. 2500 each
       inducing fatigue with simple alterations
70 D   Mental Fatigue Test by Dr. Vivek Bhargava                                      Rs. 250 each set

                                            MOTOR SKILLS
71 D   Finger Dexterity Board with pins and Manual                                    Rs. 650 each
       (It is made of plastics in a rectangular from containing hundred wholes in
       ten rows, ten wholes in each rows material 150 pins)
72 D   Tweezer Dexterity Board with pins and Manual                                   Rs. 650 each
       (It Is made of plastics in a rectangular form, containing hundred wholes
       in ten rows, ten wholes in each rows material 150 pins a Tweezer.)
73 D   Steadiness Tester Electrical Simple with Manual                                Rs. 1500 each
       (This device examines the steadiness of the hand and the fingers. There
       is a box, on one side of which there are some holes arranged
       systematically so that they proceed from the widest to the smallest. The
       subject takes an instrument called the stylus into his hand and inserts it
       completely and draws it out of these holes successively.)
74 D   Steadiness Tester Electrical with Impulse Counter with Manual                  Rs. 2500 each
       (This device examines the steadiness of the hand and the fingers. There
       is a box, on one side of which there are some holes arranged
       systematically so that they proceed from the widest to the smallest. The
       subject takes an instrument called the stylus into his hand and inserts it
       completely and draws it out of these holes successively and Impulse
       counter available)


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                                           REACTION TIME
75 D   Vernier Chronoscope for simple R. T. (Electrical) with Manual                  Rs. 2800 each
       (Pendulum Model)
76 D   Vernier Chronoscope for Simple, Choice and Discriminative R.T.                 Rs. 3250 each
       (Both Auditory and Visual) Electrical with Manual (Pendulum Model)
77 D   Electronic Chronoscope (for measuring 2 Auditory and 2 Visual R.T.)            Rs. 9000 each
       with Manual.
                                 STOP WATCH / CLOCKS / METRONOME
78 D   Stop Watch (Timer) Racer Electronics Digital                                   Rs. 750 each
79 D   Stop Clock                                                                     Rs. 500 each
80 D   Metronome (Mechanical Imported German)                                         Rs. 8000 each
81 D   Metronome (Electronics Indian)                                                 Rs. 4000 each

                                  STATISTICAL APPARATUS & TABLES
82 D   Normal Probability Curve Demonstration Apparatus with Manual                   Rs. 3500 each
       (The apparatus have mainly four parts, the first part is the main board
       with the rows of nails. Second part depicted is a hole through which only
       one tablet can go to the board. The third part is a sliding strip, which can
       bepulled out with the help of a nob. Fourth is a drawer with twelve
       partitions, dividing the drawer in thirteen parts. These thirteen parts of
       the drawer is in congruence to six sigma in a normal probability curve.
83 D   Tables in Psychological and Educational Statistics compiled by Dr. Rs. 800 Set of 25
       Vivek Bhargava and Rakhi Bhargava
       All the important tables level of significance of rho and r, normal
       probability curve, t-test,  test dkbZ oxZ) f-test Duncan range test, A-
                                   2

       test, Sign test, Square and Square root are given alongwith the
       procedure how to use them, what is the meaning of significance and
       insignificance at different levels of confidence.
                                       SUPPORTING MATERIAL
84 D   (1) Laboratory Manual for B.Ed. Purpose Vivek Bhargava               Set of 10 Rs. 500
       (2) Handbook of Psychological Experiments & Testing — Vivek Bhargava Set of 10 Rs. 750
       (3) vk/kqfud euksoSKkfud ijh{k.k ,oa ekiu µ egs'k Set of 5 Rs. 1000
       HkkxZo
       (4) euksoSKkfud + f'k{kk esa iz;ksx] ijh{k.kµ,l- ,u- 'kekZ                     Set of 5 Rs. 875
       ,oa foosd HkkxZo
       (5) Wooden Screen (18" × 24")                                                  Rs. 500 each
       (6) Wooden Screen (15" × 18")                                                  Rs. 400 each
       (7) Blind Goggles                                                              Rs. 70 each
85 D   Prestige Suggestion Test with Manual Hindi/ English                            Rs. 400 each

                                         ASSOCIATION TESTS
86 D   Free Association Test with Manual Hindi/English                                Rs. 250 each set
87 D   Controlled Association Test with Manual Hindi/English.                         Rs. 250 each set
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88 D   Transparencies
        (1) Teacher in Emerging Indian Society                                        Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (2) Educational Psychology                                                    Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (3) Development of Indian Education                                           Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (4) Educational Technology                                                    Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (5) Psychological Test & Apparatus                                            Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (6) Teaching Aids                                                             Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (7) Personality Assessment — Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)                 Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (8) Personality Assessment — Children Apperception Test (CAT)                 Set of 30 Rs. 400
        (9) Action Research                                                           Set of 30 Rs. 400
       (10) fgUnh f'k{k.k                                                             Set of 30 Rs. 400
       (11) Teaching of Social Science                                                Set of 30 Rs. 400
       (12) Teaching of Science                                                       Set of 30 Rs. 400
       (13) Environmental Education                                                   Set of 30 Rs. 400
       (14) Research Methodology                                                      Set of 30 Rs. 400
89 D   Educational CD’S
       (1) Teacher in Emerging Indian Society (2) Educational Psychology (3) Rs. 300 each
       History & Development of Indian Education (4) Educational Technology
       (5) Psychological Test & Apparatus (6) Teaching Aids (7) fgUnh
       f'k{k.k
       (8) Personality Assessment — Projective Technique TAT & CAT                Rs. 750 each
90 D   Photographs of Eminent Foreign Psychologists & EducationistS (Size 10 × 14)
       Black and White with framed (51)                                           Rs. 150 each of
                                                                                  any one framed
       (1) Sigmund Freud, (2) Alfred Adler, (3) Carl Gustav Jung, (4) Erich
       Fromm, (5) Gordon Allport, (6) Max Wertheimer, (7) Wolfiang Kohler,
       (8) Kurt Koffka, (9) Kurt Lewin, (10) Ivan P. Pavlov, (11) Clark L. Hull,
       (12) Edward B Titchner, (13) Raymond Bernand Cattell, (14) Jean
       Piaget, (15) Erik H. Erikson, (16) Francis Galton, (17) Abraham Maslow,
       (18) David Wechsler, (19) Edwin Guthrie, (20) Rollo May, (21) Carl Rogers,
       (22) Wilhelm Wundt, (23) Hermann Ebbinghaus, (24) William Mcdougall,
       (25) Albert Bandura, (26) William James, (27) Herman Rorschach,
       (28) Karen Horney, (29) Hermann Von Helmholtze, (30) H. J. Eysenck,
       (31) James Mekeen Cattell, (32) Edward C Toleman, (33) John Deway,
       (34) Herry F Harlow, (35) Rene Descartes, (36) Herbert Spencer, (37)
       Gustav T Fechner, (38) Ernst H Weber, (39) Kurt Goldstein, (40) G. Stanley
       Hall, (41) Emil Karepelin, (42) William Sheldon, (43) Joseph Wolpe, (44)
       James Mark Baldwin, (45) Karl S. Lashley, (46) Julian B Rotter, (47)
       Charles S Sherrington, (48) Walter B Cannon, (49) Donald O Hebb, (50)
       Charles Darwin, (51) George Alexander Kelly.
91 D   Photographs of Eminent Indian Psychologists                                    (Size 10 × 14
       Black and White                                                                Rs. 150 each of
                                                                                      any one framed
       N. S. Chauhan, Anima Sen, B. B. Chatterjee
92 D   Photographs of Eminent Foreign                                                 (Size 11 × 17)
       (Psychologists/ Educationists) Coloured (42)                                   Rs. 200 each of
       (1) David Wechsler, (2) H. J. Eysenck, (3) Kurt Lewin, (4) Alfred Binet,       any one framed
       (5) Wilhelm Wundt, (6) Gordon Allport, (7) B. F. Skinner, (8) Sigmund Freud,   Laminated
       (9) Edward L. Throndike, (10) Ivan P. Pavlov, (11) Jean Piaget, (12)

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        Wolfiang Kohler, (13) Edwin Guthrie, (14) Carl Gustav Jung, (15) Raymond
        Bernard Cattell, (16) John B. Watson, (17) Herman Rorschach, (18) Carl
        Rogers, (19) Hermann Ebbinghaus, (20) Abraham Maslow, (21) Aristotle,
        (22) Erik H. Erikson, (23) Rollo May, (24) Albert Bandura, (25) Lewis
        Terman, (26) Henry Murray, (27) Robert Plutchik, (28) Alfred Adler, (29)
        Hermann Von Helmholtze, (30) William James, (31) John Dewey, (32)
        Herbert Spencer, (33) John Friedrich Herbart, (34) Jean Jacques
        Rousseau, (35) Johann Heinrich Pestolozzi, (36) Friedrich Frobel, (37) Max
        Wertheimer, (38) Rene Descartes, (39) Plato, (40) Socrates, (41) Maria
        Montessori, (42) B. Russell.
93 D    Photographs of Eminent Indian Educationists Coloured (10)                    (Size 11 × 17)
        (1) Mahtama Gandhi, (2) Swami Vivekanand, (3) Arbindo, (4) Ravindra          Rs. 200 each of
        Nath Tagore, (5) Humayun Kabir, (6) Giju Bhai, (7) Sarvapally                any one framed
        Radhakrishnan, (8) A. C. Mudaliar, (9) D. S. Kothari, (10) M. B. Buch        Laminated

                               EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARTS
 94 D   Audio Visual Aids Chart                                                      Rs. 100/- each
 95 D   Types of Modern Indian Education                                             Rs. 100/- each
 96 D   Models of Teaching                                                           Rs. 100/- each
 97 D   History and Development of Indian Education                                  Rs. 100/- each
 98 D   School of Psychology                                                         Rs. 100/- each
 99 D   Theories of Personality                                                      Rs. 100/- each
100 D   Theories of Learning                                                         Rs. 100/- each
101 D   Theories of Intelligence                                                     Rs. 100/- each
102 D   Major Systems of Philosophy                                                  Rs. 100/- each
103 D   Schools of Indian Philosophy                                                 Rs. 100/- each
                                            FLASH CARDS
104 D   (1) Teaching Aids, (2) Eminent Educationist : (i) Indian, (ii) Western,      Rs. 1500/- per set
        (3) Eminent Psychologist, (4) Psychologial Apparatus, (5) Health
        Education.
                                       PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARTS
105 S   Human Physiology Chart
        Set of Twelve Charts — (1) Muscles, (2) Digestive            System, (3)     Laminated Poly
        Respiratory, (4) Nervous System, (5) Skeleton System         (Bones), (6)    and Rolled (Size
        Lymphatic System, (7) Teeth and Skin, (8) Sexually            Transmitted    75 × 100 cms.)
        Disease, (9) Endocrine Systems, (10) Immune Systems,         (11) Human      Rs. 2000 each
        Eye, Ear and Head, (12) Circulatory System.                                  set
        (These Charts may only be supplied in one set form only)

                           INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL
106 P   Programmed Instructional Material of Linear Programme on                     Rs. 950 each
        Direct Indirect Speech (LPDIS) — Punita Govil
        (Linear Programming is based on Skinner‘s theory called ―Operant
        Conditioning‖ which shapes the behaviour of learner with the help of
        reinforcement. This changing of behaviour or learning would seem to be
        brought about more effectively when learners are presented with
        information in a logical series of steps called frames and called upon at

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        each step to take part actively and then, immediately rewarded by being
        told the correct response. Sufficient prompts are used to enable the
        learner to give desired response. By rewarding the correct answer, the
        possibility of its being repeated are increased or reinforced. This
        reinforcement motivates or encourages the learner and increases the
        likehood of repeating his responses when faced with the same stimulus.
        The frames are successively increased in their difficulty and finally the
        new concept is learnt the learner. It is based on direct indirect speech.)
        This material has three part :
        1. Pre Achievement Test
        2. A Programmed Test—Linear Style
        3. Post Achievement Test
107 P   Programmed Instructional Material of Linear Programme on                     Rs. 950 each
        Active-Passive Voice (LPAPV) — Punita Govil
        (Linear Programming is based on Skinner‘s theory called ―Operant
        Conditioning‖ which shapes the behaviour of learner with the help of
        reinforcement. This changing of behaviour or learning would seem to be
        brought about more effectively when learners are presented with
        information in a logical series of steps called frames and called upon at
        each step to take part actively and then, immediately rewarded by being
        told the correct response. Sufficient prompts are used to enable the
        learner to give desired response. By rewarding the correct answer, the
        possibility of its being repeated are increased or reinforced. This
        reinforcement motivates or encourages the learner and increases the
        likehood of repeating his responses when faced with the same stimulus.
        The frames are successively increased in their difficulty and finally the
        new concept is learnt the learner. It is based on Active Passive Voice.)
        This material has three part :
        1. Pre Achievement Test
        2. A Programmed Test—Linear Style
        3. Post Achievement Test
108 P   Programmed Instructional Material of Branching Programme on                  Rs. 950 each
        Active Passive Voice (BPAPV) — Punita Govil
        (The branching programme, developed by Norman A. Crowder is based
        on the sound techniques of teaching and age old maxims. It is also
        known as ‗Intrinsic programming‘. In it, the learner proceeds to the next
        frame, until he makes an error. The errors branch him to supplementary
        material designed to give him remedial instruction. It consists of long
        frames, which often appear as pages in an ordinary text book. The student
        reads the frame and then resonds by selecting the correct alternative in
        a multiple choice item. Each alternative is associated with a page
        number, which directs the students to either the next mainline frame or
        appropriate remedial frame. The pages in such a book can‘t be read
        consecutively but only in response to the frames of the programme. It is
        based on Active Passive. This material has three part) :
        1. Pre Achievement Test
        2. A Programmed Test—Branching Style
        3. Post Achievement Test
109 P   Programmed Instructional Material of Branching Programme on                  Rs. 950 each
        Direct Indirect Speech (BPDIS) — Punita Govil
        (The branching programme, developed by Norman A. Crowder is based
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        on the sound techniques of teaching and age old maxims. It is also
        known as `Intrinsic programming‘. In it, the learner proceeds to the next
        frame, until he makes an error. The errors branch him to supplementary
        material designed to give him remedial instruction. It consists of long
        frames, which often appear as pages in an ordinary text book. The
        student reads the frame and then responds by selecting the correct
        alternative in a multiple choice item. Each alternative is associated with
        a page number, which directs the students to either the next mainline
        frame or appropriate remedial frame. The pages in such a book can‘t be
        read consecutively but only in response to the frames of the programme.
        It is based on Direct-Indirect speech. This material has three parts)
        1. Pre Achievement Test
        2. A Programmed Test—Branching Style
        3. Post Achievement Test
110 P   Programmed Learning Material on Environmental Education                      Rs. 950 each
        (PLMEE) — Seema Dhawan and I. C. Sharma
        The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the developed programmed
        material on environmental education. The material contains two units
        and each unit consists of several frames. You are expected to read and
        understand the concept given in the frames. Blank spaces are given in
        each frame to answer. You have to write the answers in the space given.
        The correct answers are given in the next frame. Only after writing the
        answers in the blank spaces provided in the frame, you can check these
        with the correct answers given in the next frame. If the answers given by
        you are found to be correct, only then, proceed further or go to the next
        frame otherwise, first you correct the answer by revising the concept
        given in the concerned frames and then only step ahead.
        1. Self Learning Material
        2. Criterion Test

                                         CONTENTS
   TERMS AND CONDITIONS                                                                                2
   INSTRUMENTS & EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS                                                             4–14
    Psycho-Physics and Scaling Method        —      —          —       —        —       —         — 4
    Sensation and Preception — —             —      —          —       —        —       —         — 4
    Learning and Memory —            —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 6
    Attention — —            —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 9
    Fatigue — —              —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 9
    Motor Skills — —         —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 9
    Reaction Time —          —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 10
    Stop Watch/Clocks/Metronome —            —      —          —       —        —       —         — 10
    Statistical Apparatus & Tables —         —      —          —       —        —       —         — 10
    Supporting Material      —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 11
    Association Tests        —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 11
    Transparencies —         —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 11
    Educational CD‘s         —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 11
    Photographs of Psychologist and Educationists —            —       —        —       —         — 11
    Educational & Psychological Charts       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 12
    Flash Cards      —       —       —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 12
    Physiological Charts —           —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 13
    Instructional Material —         —       —      —          —       —        —       —         — 13
   PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS                                                                             15–63
    Tests of Cognition and Intelligence and Other Abilities    —       —        —       —         — 15

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       Verbal Intelligence–15,  Non-Verbal Intelligence–17,  Non-Verbal Performance–18,
       Reasoning ability–19,  Problem Solving Ability–19,  Concept Formation Ability–20,
       Reading Ability–20.
     Tests of Creativity      —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   20
     Aptitude Tests —         —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   21
     Achievement Tests — —           —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   23
     Interest and Study Habit Tests —         —       —       —          —        —          —   —   24
     Values Tests —           —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   26
     Aspiration Scales        —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   27
     Attitude Scales —        —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   28
     Measures of Social Change — —            —       —       —          —        —          —   —   30
     Parent Child Relationship and Home Environment Scales —             —        —          —   —   31
     Interpersonal Relations and Maturity Scales      —       —          —        —          —   —   33
     Socio-Economic Status Scales —           —       —       —          —        —          —   —   35
     Personality Inventories and Related Tests —      —       —          —        —          —   —   36
     Tests for Assessing Clinical Aspects of Personality      —          —        —          —   —   40
     Projective Techniques —         —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   42
     Self Concept and Self Related Variables —        —       —          —        —          —   —   43
     Motivational Tests       —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   45
     Adjustment amd Problem Inventories       —       —       —          —        —          —   —   46
     Impulsiveness and Frustration & Aggression Scales        —          —        —          —   —   47
     Stress and Anxiety Scales —     —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   48
     Neuro-psychological Assessment and Related Tests         —          —        —          —   —   50
     Measures Related to Social Situations —          —       —          —        —          —   —   51
     Tests Relating to Teaching Learning (Educational) Situations        —        —          —   —   53
     Tools in Organizational and Management Area —            —          —        —          —   —   57
     Environmental Questionnaires —           —       —       —          —        —          —   —   61
     Psychological Counselling Need Scales —          —       —          —        —          —   —   63
     Women Empowerment —             —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   63
     Social Skills    —       —      —        —       —       —          —        —          —   —   63

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