‘Humans are dramatically changing their environment using complex technology. With this, the knowledge of cognition and its effective use is a top priority today’.
Faculty of Behavioral Sciences organised an expert lecture on “Advances in Cognitive Psychology”. Speaker of the occasion Prof. Amrita Yadava, from MDU, Rohtak who presented with excellence, the students with the future prospects of cognitive psychology including the opportunity the prevention of loss of prospective memory which genetically effects people over the age of 35 years. Furthermore, she laid emphasis on the techniques of influencing behaviour in masses and its effect in Psycho-economics. Several techniques were mentioned to develop a better memory and preventive deterioration in adults and older people alike. CBM-A and CBM-I are the two models to help clients with clinical mental disorders. In conclusion, the emphasis was laid to arise opportunities in the field of Cognitive Psychology. The learning will be transformed into action by all the students who actively participated and inquisitively raised their queries on the same.