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Prof. Sudhir Babu Sriramalu has recently published an article titled

Mortality among treatment non-adherent persons with mental illness – Findings from the community mental health centre in India” in the Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.

Prof. Sudarshan R. Kottai has recently published an article titled

a book review for the book by Hayfield, Nikki, ‘Bisexual and pansexual identities: Exploring and challenging invisibility and invalidation.’ Routledge, 2020; 131 pp.; ISBN: 978-1-138-61377-5 in the journal named ‘Feminism & Psychology’ by Sage Publication

Prof.Nitya Prakash has recently published an article titled

“The Critical Consciousness of Choice: An Existential Import” in International Journal of Finance, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability, Vol. 2, Issue 1

Prof. Nitya Prakash has recently published an article titled

“The Courage of Truth: Psychoanalytic Resonances & Reflections on Mahatma Gandhi” in Mind and Society, an International Peer-reviewed Research Journal in Humanities and Social Sciences published by Manav Navnirman Sansthan (India).

Prof. Manjushree Palit & Laurie L. Charles have recently published an article titled

“From Mumbai and Virginia Tech to Houston & Haryana: A Global Journey in Family Therapy Education, Training and Practice” in the prestigious Family Therapy Magazine (FT)) which is published by American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT).

Prof. (Dr.) Ms. Poornima has reviewed new article titled

“Experiences of children of siblings with Autism Spectrum Disorder” for the international journal ‘Frontiers in Psychiatry’

Dr. Mahima Raina 
has published a
new article titled

‘Gendered share of housework and the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining self-ratings and speculation of others in Germany, India, Nigeria, and South Africa’.
This cross-sectional study examined gender differences between male- and female-typed housework during the early COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020 across four countries : Germany, India, Nigeria, and South Africa to understand gendered patterns of household task allocation. 

Dr. Prama Bhattacharya 
has published a
new article titled

Revisiting the ‘gap’: Intersections of health inequality, poverty, and psychological well-being. It was published in the Oxford Textbook of Social Psychiatry.

Dr. Suresh Chandra Joshi  
has published a
new article titled

Dr. Suresh Chandra Joshi along with his two undergraduate students, Krisha Gupta and Suhaani M, has published a new journal article titled ‘Misinformation, Public Opinion, and the Role of Critical Thinking’. This study explored the ways how people decode information, skill sets required to decode information and critically filter the information they receive.

Dr. Suresh Chandra Joshi
has published a
new article

along with his two undergraduate students, Tanushree Dalan and Prisha Dev Mainrai titled ‘A Cohesion and Comparison in Academic Writing: Undergraduate Students Perspective’ in the Journal of Community Guidance & Research. The article attempts the readers to familiarize themselves with academic writing by introducing the usage of cohesion and comparison

Dr. Suresh Chandra Joshi  
has published a
new article titled

‘Sleep latency and sleep disturbances mediates the association between nighttime cell phone use and psychological well‑being in college students.’

Nitya Prakash 
has published a
new article titled

‘Fighting the Feminine Destiny : Feminist Critique of Freud’.
The paper reviews and presents some critical conceptual shifts employed by various feminists to dismantle the patriarchal discourse within psychoanalysis.

Dr. Suresh Chandra Joshi 
has published a
new article titled

‘A case study of adult education and literacy programs and the transition to remote services during the COVID-19 pandemic’.
This study explored the ways the Texas Division of Adult Education guided Adult Education Programs
in the transition to remote services during COVID-19.

Dr. Nitya Prakash
has published a
new article

Redefining Education during Pandemic Crisis: Exploring the Psychological Impact of E-classes on Women Educators

Dr. Kanika Malik and Dr. Maliha Ibrahim
has published a
new article

Malik K et al (2022). Development of a transdiagnostic stepped care programme for common adolescent
mental health problems in Indian secondary schools: lessons from a pilot study examining acceptability and feasibility. Global Mental Health 1–5.

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