National Association of Psychological Science

July Vol 14 (2)

1. Hormone Consumption Pattern In Hijra Community In India
Neha Naik & Bal Rakshase
2. Indian Journal of Psychological Science Prof. Roshan Lal
3. Psychological and Theoretical Perspectives on Juvenile Delinquency
Prof. Ajay Ranga, Ms. Kavita
4. A Comparative Study of Professional Quality of Life Dr. Harguneet Kaur
5. Correlation Between Depression, Stress and Fear of Covid-19 Among Indian Students
Dr. Sandeep & Suman Rani
6. Assessment of Cognitive Impairments In People Living With Hiv/Aids on
Antiretroviral Therapy
Dr. Poonam Gupta, Dr. Simran Gupta**, Dr. Vibha Sharma , Dr. Kuldeep Kumar & Dr. Shyam Sunder Gupta
7. COVID-19: Mental Health Crisis, Life Satisfaction and Coping Mechanism
Surabhi Das & Subhash Meena
8. Guilt and Shame Proneness in Relations to Covert Narcissism Among Emerging Adults
Mahak Mathur, Priyanshi Khandelwal, Sakshi Jain & Vedika Jain
9. Differential effects of positive and negative meta-emotions on marital adjustment
Rashmi Rani & Arun Kumar Jaiswal
10. Impact of Covid 19 on Perceived Stress and Relationship Quality of Married Individuals in India/a>
Dhruvi N. Shah & Dr. Ramya Maheswari. M
11. The Future of Adult Education with the National Education Policy, 2020
Ms. Ritu Pandey, Prof. Rajesh, Prof. N.K.Chadha
12. Do Financial Strain and Job Strain Still Encourage the Side-hustle Intentions of the Employees? An Empirical Evidence from Selective IT Organizations
Seema, Dr. Geeta Sachdeva, Prof. Kiran Mor & Amit Kumar
13. Visuospatial Working Memory Capacity in Parents of Children with
Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Iyer Kamlam Gopal krishnan* S. Venkatesan, Professor & Head


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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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