Over the years this book has earned a name for itself because of the completeness of coverage and simplicity of presentation. All the topics have been dealt with in great detail and depth. The book has been organized into six parts. Part one gives the broad outline of the area where the teacher can use the knowledge of educational psychology, the systems of psychology and their contribution to education. Part Two deals with two major families of learning theory. Part Three explains the theories of motivation, classroom techniques of motivation, remembering, forgetting and learning concepts. Part Four has been devoted to intelligence, its theories and measurement, aptitude and interest. Part Five discusses psychology of adjustment, mental mechanism, mental hygiene, and psychotherapy. Part six analyses the education of exceptional children, psychodynamics of group behaviour and innovations in teaching-learning of group behaviour.