January 2020

Culturally Competent Practice in Psychological Assessment

Page: 98-102 K. Jayasankara Reddy, Unnati G Hunjan & Adithya Ramesh CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, India Culture is a way of life and it encompasses all that surrounds us and also things that are within us. The psychological assessment practice with multicultural populations in any country requires evidence based cultural competence. Culturally competent …

Culturally Competent Practice in Psychological Assessment Read More »

Spiritual Intelligence, Perceived stress and Psychological Well-Being of Adolescents

Page: 92-97 Gayathri Belram, and Venkatesh Kumar G. University of Mysore, Mysuru, India The purpose of this study is to find out if any relation exists between spiritual intelligence with perceived stress and psychological well-being in adolescents. Adolescence is a critical stage of life with various changes in physical, psychological and emotional spheres. Spiritual intelligence …

Spiritual Intelligence, Perceived stress and Psychological Well-Being of Adolescents Read More »

Does safe experience in the school increase school attendance motivation?

Page: 83-91 Debdulal Dutta Roy and Shubhanghi Sharma Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India Relation of safe experience in school and motivation to attend the school was examined in this study. 396 high school students of Grade VII and VIII participated in this study. Considering the observation and focused group discussion a 72-item questionnaire was prepared …

Does safe experience in the school increase school attendance motivation? Read More »

Assessing the Impact of Ethnicity on Psychological Correlates of School Teachers

Page: 77-82 Sadique Razaque Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag, Jharkhand. Teachers are the backbone of schools. They affect the school system in many ways. They are a role model for students. Their personality, attitude, and motivation affect the children. This study assesses the impact of ethnicity on temperament, altruism and psychological hardiness of schoolteachers. For this, …

Assessing the Impact of Ethnicity on Psychological Correlates of School Teachers Read More »

Locus of control and learned optimism as predictors of happiness in students in school

Page: 73-76 Aditya Chamuah and  R Sankar The present research was executed to elucidate the role of locus of control and learned optimism on happiness of school students. The sample consisted of 60 students studying10th standards.. They were assessed by scales of locus of control , learned optimism  and happiness. The results of correlation coefficient …

Locus of control and learned optimism as predictors of happiness in students in school Read More »

Emotional Abuse: Prevalence & Gender Comparison among Indian Adolescents Shah Alam

Page: 65-72 Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Approximately 236.5 million adolescent population are living in India which is 19.6% of country’s total and highest in the world. Only 40% of young students can attend secondary school. The basic aim of the present study is to find out emotional abuse among male and …

Emotional Abuse: Prevalence & Gender Comparison among Indian Adolescents Shah Alam Read More »

Neuropsychological Test Battery

Page: 60-64 D.Vasantha Prabha and Sarah Manickaraj GBT Centre, Chennai   Presidency College, Chennai. Neuropsychological assessment has become increasingly dependent upon the use of test batteries. The objective of the study is to standardize the Neuropsychological test battery among 90 people with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. The test battery comprised of four sub-scales namely cognitive disability, …

Neuropsychological Test Battery Read More »

Role of School Family Partnerships (SFPs) in Promoting Internal Assets and Positive Student Development

Page: 52-59 K. Saksena P.P.N. (PG) College, (CSJM University), Kanpur, India.   Internal assets like happiness, life-satisfaction, hope and optimism, strength of character, positive self-concept, emotional regulation, empathy and pro-social behaviour of the school going students are very important for effective teaching-learning process. A happy, satisfied, hopeful and optimist student is likely to grasp and …

Role of School Family Partnerships (SFPs) in Promoting Internal Assets and Positive Student Development Read More »

Hidden Curriculum Vs Contemporary Approaches to Moral Education – Need and Challenges

Page: 47-51 K.Jayanthi Rani Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai Moral development concerns rules and conventions about just interactions between people. Contemporary social life is becoming more complex with the advent of rapid advancements in science and technology and the fast-paced, largely digitally engulfed lifestyle. Technological advancement paradoxically offers both anonymity and the risk of exposing …

Hidden Curriculum Vs Contemporary Approaches to Moral Education – Need and Challenges Read More »

Intelligence, Locus of Control and Self-Esteem correlates to Academic Achievement among High School Students

Page: 42-46 Zokaitluangi University of Mizoram, Mizoram, India Our intelligence, locus of control and self-esteem relationship to academic achievement is well established. The objective of this research is to examine a significant relationship among the dependent variables, and independent effect of academic achievement and gender, and interaction effect of ‘academic and gender’ on dependent variables …

Intelligence, Locus of Control and Self-Esteem correlates to Academic Achievement among High School Students Read More »