National Association of Psychological Science

Jan Vol 14 (1)

1.Mental Health and Life Satisfaction among Women Suffering from Infertility
Daberao Pratibha* & Rakshase Bal
2.Standardisation of Academic Stress Scale and its Relationship with General Procrastination Scale
Kumar, P., Kaushik, A., Anupam, Yadav, V. N.
3.An examination of teacher enthusiasm and quality of life among secondary school teachers
Manju Bala & Poonam Punia
4.Comparison of Emotionally Maladjusted and Adjusted Adolescents on Mental Health, Self-Esteem, and Aggression
Dr. Hardeep Lal Joshi, Balbir Ram & Mandeep Sharma
5.Effects of meta-emotions on worry in coronary heart disease patients and normal individuals
Seema Rani Sarraf, Arun Kumar Jaiswal, Rashmi Rani, Dipti Pandey, Ajay Pandey
Ammu E Alexander, Dr. Padmakumari P, Indu D Padava
7.Life satisfaction in Indian women: The role of employment status and emotional intelligence
Suchitra Barik, Prangya P. P. Das,Sangeeta Rath
8.Peer Pressure and Emotional Intelligence as Predictors of Alcohol and Drug Abuse amongst Adolescents
Rachna Rani,Taruna
9.Contribution of Psychosocial Factors in Unhealthy Dietary Behaviour Amongst Adolescents of Patiala, Punjab
Dr. Naina Sharma and Manmeet Kaur
Dr. Sujata Gupta Kedar, Srishti Vardhan
11.Sensation Seeking and Internet Addiction among College Students- users and non-users of Dating applications/sites
Akshita Kaushik, Dr. Hansika Singhal
12.Sexual Health and Alienation Among Gay and Transgender Adults Rhea Bose
Dr. Karsan Chothani
13.Studying Curiosity Motivated Behaviour, Variety Seeking Behaviour and Risk-Taking Behaviour: A Breakthrough in Consumer Psychology
Dr. Kiran Mor and Mr. Amit Kumar, Ms. Seema, Ms. Garima Saini


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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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