National Association of Psychological Science

July 2023 Vol-16 (2)

1.Coping with Covid-19 Lockdown: Optimism and Intolerance of Uncertainty in India
Dr. Chinchu C.
2.Non-Suicidal Self-Injury among Adoledcents And Young Adults: Exploring The Types And Understading Of Triggers And Functions
Ms. Swati* Dr.Rajni Sahn
3.Effectiveness of Motivational Enhancement Therapy on Self-efficacy among Patients with Substance Dependency: A Quantitative Analysis
Sampad Mohapatra, Dr.Subhasmita Panda
4.Domestic Violence against Women: Role of Psychosocial Factors
Vibha Nagar* Manju Khokhar ** Bhagat Singh***
5.Gender Differences in the Indices of Positive Youth Development and Happiness
Dr. Deepti Hooda
6.Gender and Territorial Location as Predictors of Perceived Maternal Acceptance/Rejection Attitudes among College Students
Ranvir Kumar
7.Identifying the Level of Internet Use in Middle and Late Adolescence Stages in Post Covid Time
Monika K. Shikari
8. Impact of Celebrity Worshiping on Body Image and Maladaptive Daydreaming in Young Adults Aastha Gupta, Apoorva Choudhary, Dinesh Chhabra, Betina Abraham
9.Impact of Social Appearance Anxiety on Interpersonal Communication Skills among Young Adults Dr. Dinesh Chhabra and Bhanvi Singh Chowdhary 10.Rejection Sensitivity and Experiential Avoidance: Upcoming Psychosocial
Correlates among Emerging Adults with Social Anxiety
Tarana Jain and Dr Ridhima Shukla
11.When Fear Fuels Frenzy: Nomophobia’s Alarming Link to Mania Meghna Sharma and Bijender Singh 12.Influence of Social Media on Health: A Psychosocial Perspective
*Vageesh **Dr. Atul Kumar


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I am glad to learn that the National Association of Psychological Science-India (NAPS) in cooperation with the Department of Psychology, P. G. Government College, Sector 46, Chandigarh, India along with publication partnership of the American Psychological Association (APA), is going to organize the 1st International and 3rd Indian Psychological Science Congress.

Prof. Mhd. Kamal Uddin

This is my pleasure to write a good wish message for your Conference. As you know, the future of psychology in India depends on how psychology can help facing the challenges of multifarious problems of individual, family, social, and national lives of the people of India.

Prof. Abdul Khaleque

I am delighted to learn that National Association of Psychological Science-INDIA and Psychology Dept., P.G. Govt. College, Sector-46, Chandigarh Jointly organizes 2nd International and 4th Indian Psychological Science Congress with International Collaboration of World Without Anger (W.W.A) on 8-9 October, 2015 at Chandigarh-INDIA.

Prof. Subhash Chandra

Panjab University, ChandigarhIt is time to become mental capitalist and to invest in our brains

Dr. Sagar Sharma (Prof. Emeritus)

The leadership skills of IPSC team have putted together such a successful gathering of scholars. I have no doubt that the upcoming event will be better than those in past.

Prof. Mudita Rastogi, Argosy University, USA

University of Delhi The IPSC-15 will surely be opening the plethora of information and debates which will spre...

Prof. N. K. Chadha, University of Delhi

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The National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS) has been established in 2010. This is an endeavour for the development, representation and advancement of different areas of psychology as a science.

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