Department of Behavior Sciences

Behavioural sciences deal with the study of human behaviour using principles of psychology, sociology and anthropology. Psychology is a study of the human mind, i.e. thought, emotions, communications and behaviour. Sociology is the study of social influences. Anthropology is the study of racial and cultural aspects.

Behavioural sciences is a new subject that was introduced only five years ago. The purpose of teaching this subject is to teach doctors a humane approach towards their patients. It emphasizes the need to view the biological, psychological and social aspects of an illness.

Faculty of Behavior Sciences

Dr. Sundas Asghar,
Demonstrator, MBBS,
PMDC#106413-P
Faculty#35993/106413-P/M