Curriculum vitae name : Dr. (Mrs.) Sushma Pandey



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Refresher Course organized by Department of Psychology & Academic Staff College, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur from 9th Feb. 2015 – 1st, March, 2015 on the theme “Understanding Social Reality: Emerging Perspectives and Approaches ”. (As Co-Coordinator).



  1. Refresher Course organized by Department of Psychology & HRDC, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur from 28th October 2017 – 17th, November, 2017 on the theme “Research Methodology: perspectives and applications ”. (As Course-Coordinator).


Annexure – (1.A): Ph.D. Awarded- 13


S.No.

Name of Students

Year

Title



Venkat R. Pandey


2015


Role of future orientation in managing time stress- health relationship.



Shikha Rai



2014



Role of transformational leadership and commitment in organizational citizenship behaviour.



Preeti Tamta

2014


Working memory in relation to individual differences and child abuse.



Ekta Srivastava

2013

Influence of leadership and instructional pattern on group polarization.



Himanshu Pandey

2013

Development of creative potentials in relation to intrinsic motivation and parenting.



Satyabhama Yadav

2013


Women empowerment, future orientation and health education as predictors of reproductive health.



Sunil Kumar Mishra

2010

Behavioural consequences of child maltreatment: The Role of parenting.



Amritanshu Kumar Shukla

2010

Coping, time management and future orientation as moderators of the work stress-health link.


Abhay Pratap Singh


2010

Modifying role of perceived control and coping in the work stress-commitment relationship.



Reena Malaviya

2006

Parental factors of child maltreatment and its impact on cognitive functioning.



Shiv Kumar Tripathi

2006

Influence of perceived control on coping with crowding in school environment.



Shipra Srivastava

2002

Work stress, coping and health status among career oriented females.



Ramya Singh

2002

Psycho-social correlates of population control.


Annexure-(1.B): Ph.D. in Progress- 06


1.


Nimisha Tripathi

Study of adolescent self esteem in relation to parenting and child abuse


2.


Nidhi Gupta


Organizational health and emotional intelligence as predictors of organizational citizenship behaviour

3.

Astha Shukla

Influence of emotional labour on organizational commitment and job satisfaction

4.

Pratibha Singh

Effect of child maltreatment and intrinsic motivation on academic performance

5.

Niharika Tripathi

A study of working memory in relation to learning disabilities

6.

Annu Prasad

School bulling and mental health: The role of parenting


Annexure-(1.C): M.Phil Dissertation Awarded -05


S. No.

Name

Year

Title


Shailendra Shukla


2009

Organizational Citizenship Behaviour in Relation to Emotional Intelligence and Type of Organization



Jitendra Kumar Jaiswal

2009

The Impact of Child Abuse on Intelligence Level of Children



Ekta Srivastava

2008

Child Abuse and Instructional Pattern in Risk Taking Decision and Genuineness of Group Polarization



Jyotsana Singh

2007

Impact of Child Abuse on Academic Achievement of Children



Tanu Shukla

2007

A Study of Organizational Commitment in Relation to Alienation and Leadership


Annexure – 2
Research Papers Published: 47
International: 23

  1. Tripathi, N. &Pandey, S. (2018). Does child abuse obstruct the level of self esteem in adolescents. The International Journal of Indian Psychology, (ISSN- Online- 2348-5396 & Print- 2349-3429), (Accepted).





  1. Pandey, S. & Tripathi, N. (2017). Child Abuse: An Impediment to the Development of Adolescent Self-Esteem. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 4, 12:183-214, 2278-859X.




  1. Shukla, A. & Pandey, S. (2016). Role of emotional labour and emotional intelligence in workforce. Ayan An International Multidisciplinary Refereed Research Journal, 4, 2, 26-37, 2347-4491.




  1. Pandey, S. & Gupta, N. (2016). Future orientation and time management as mediators of time stress-health relationship. Journal of Indian Health Psychology, 11, 1, 1-20, 0973-5755.




  1. Agrawal, M. , Pandey, S., Jain, S., Gupta, T., Sheoran, J., & Khan, T. S. (2016). Help seeking behaviour and predictors of patients delay after symptom appraisal for oral cancer and perceived barriers. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology,28, 362-365, 2212-5558.




  1. Pandey, S., Tamta, P. & Tripathi, N. (2015). Does verbal ability facilitate the development of working memory? Journal of Psychological Researches: An international Journal, 59, 2, 12-22, 0022-3972.



  1. Pandey, S., Tripathi, N. & Prasad, A. (2015). The role of parenting in shaping children’s behaviour. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2, 6:301-317, 2278-859X.





  1. Tiwari, S., Shukla, A. & Pandey, S. (2015). Work stress and health as predictors of organizational commitment in railway employees. Journal of Research: The Bede Athenaeum, Special issue for the international conference on work stress and health: Recent perceptions future trends. 6, 1: 34-50; 0976-0598.




  1. Pandey, S., Rai, S. & Gupta, N. (2015). Organizational commitment as predictor of organizational citizenship behavior in teachers. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1, 2, 214-235, 2278-859X.




  1. Pandey, S., Tamta, P. & Tripathi, N. (2015). A developmental study of working memory in relation to individual differences. Periodic Research: An International Journal, 4, 3, 2231-0045.




  1. Pandey, S. (2015). Psychological dynamics of women victimizations and its impact on health. Asian Resonance, 4, 1, 217-223, 0976-8602.




  1. Pandey, S., Pandey, V.R. & Tiwari, S. K. (2015). Managing time stress in medical professionals: The role of future orientation. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1, 32, 336-349, 2278-859X.



  1. Pandey, S. & Rai, S. (2014). Effect of transformational leadership on organizational citizenship behavior in teachers. Journal of Psychological Researches: An International Journal, 58, 2, 84-93, 0022-3972.





  1.  Agrawal, M. & Pandey, S., Jain, S. & Maitin, S. (2012).Oral cancer awareness of the general public in Gorakhpur city, India. Asian Pacific Journal of cancer prevention, 13, 10, 7314/APJCP.




  1. Pandey, S. (2011).Cognitive functioning in children: The role of child abuse, setting and gender. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 37, 1, 98-105, 0019-4247.




  1. Pandey, S. (2009). Understanding Domestic Violence: A Psychological Perspective. The Social Engineer: A Journal of International Perspective on Development, 12, 1-2, 13-26.




  1. Pandey, S. & Singh, M. (2008). Women empowerment and personal values as predictors of reproductive health. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 34, 2, 309-316, 0019-4247.




  1. Pandey, S. (2007). Does child abuse impair the cognitive development in children? Psychological Studies, 52, 4, 357-359.




  1. Pandey, S. (2005). Child Abuse: An impediment of creative potential in children. Psychological Studies, 50, 2, 61-65.



  1. Pandey, S. & Srivastava, S. (2003). Work stress and coping as predictors of health status of career woman. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 29, 1-2, 83-92, 0019-4247.





  1. Pandey, S. (1999). Role of perceived control in coping with crowding. Psychological Studies, 44, 3, 86-91, 003-2968.




  1.  Pandey, S. (nee Tiwari) & Agarwal, A. (1989). Future orientation and impression formation in relation to subjective passage of time. Psychological Studies, 34, 3, 166-174, 003-2968.




  1. Agarwal, A. & Pandey, S. (nee Tiwari) (1988). Future orientation: A mediator in temporal coding. International Journal of Psychology, 23, 151-163.

National- 24



  1. Pandey, S. Shukla, A. (2017). Emotional labour in teaching organization: Some reflections. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 25, 1, 29-27, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, S. Mishra, S., Tripathi, N. & Singh, P. (2016). Impact of child abuse on behavioural functioning of school children. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 24, 1, 29-27, 0972-4427.



  1. Tiwari, S., Pandey,S., Shukla, A. & Shukla, A.K. (2015). Organizational commitment in relation to work stress and health. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 23, 1, 1-16, 0972-4427.




  1.  Rai, S., Pandey, S. & Tiwari, S. (2015). Organizational citizenship behavior in school teachers: The role of age and gender. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 23, 1, 109-121, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, H. & Pandey, S. (2015). A study of creative potentials in adolescents. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 23, 1, 66-82, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, S. (2014). Cognitive science and psychology: Some reflections. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 22, 1 & 2, 8-14, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, S. & Pandey, V.R. (2014). Time management as buffer in time stress-health relationship: A study on medical professionals. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 22, 1 & 2, 44-58, 0972-4427.



  1. Singh, A. & Pandey, S. (2013). Work stress in police personnel: The role of job Hierarchy and Job Tenure. The Indian Police Journal, 216-235, LX, 4, 0537-2429.




  1. Pandey, S. & Tamta, P. (2013). Does child abuse impede development of working memory in children? Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 21, 1 & 2, 16-31, 0972-4427.



  1. Pandey, S. (2012). Domestic violence and status of women in India. Indian Journal of Social and Psychological Studies, 5, 2, 53-63, 0974-634X.





  1. Pandey, S. (2011). Externalizing behaviours in children witnessing domestic violence. Journal of Community Guidance and Research, 28, 2, 186-199, 0970-1346.

 

  1. Pandey, S. (2010). Domestic violence and child behavior in schools. Indian Journal of Social and Psychological studies, 3, 2, 15-24, 0974-634X.



  1. Pandey, S. & Srivastava, E. (2009). Effect of instructional pattern on group polarization. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 17-20, 1 & 2, 44-56, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, S. & Singh, R. (2004). Impact of environmental setting, community and future orientation on knowledge and adoption of family planning. Journal of Community Guidance and Research, 21, 3, 304-320, 0970-1346.




  1. Pandey, S. (2004). Child maltreatment: An urgent need for prevention. Adhyayan: A Bilingual Annual Journal, 12, 27-32.




  1. Pandey, S. & Singh, R. (2001). Environment, caste and community in family planning knowledge-attitude-behavior relationship. Prachi Journal of Psycho-Cultural Dimensions, 17, 2, 103-108, 0971-7064.



  1. Pandey, S. (2001). Promoting reproductive health: population education and attitude change. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 9, 2, 76-83, 0972-4427.



  1. Pandey, S. & Singh, R. (2001). Women empowerment and future orientation in family planning behavior. Journal of Community Guidance and Research, 18, 3, 257-267, 0970-1346.




  1. Pandey, S. (2001). Changing perception and attitude towards dowry. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 9, 1, 45-50, 0972-4427.




  1. Pandey, S. & Srivastava, S. (2000). Coping with work stress in career oriented females. Journal of Community Guidance and Research, 17, 3, 313-323, 0970-1346.

 

  1. Pandey, S. & Srivastava, S. (2000). Coping with work stress: The role of job category, family type and job tenure. Journal of Research and Application in Clinical Psychology, 3, 1&2, 1-10, 0972-0995.




  1. Pandey, S. (1999). Psycho-social perspectives of dowry in India. Adhayann: A Bilingual Journal, 10,1&2, 33-47.




  1. Pandey, S. & Agarawal, A. (1990). Future orientation and temporal coding: A developmental study. Indian Journal of current Psychological Research, 5, 1, 24-32, 0970-3748.



  1. Pandey, S. (nee Tiwari) & Agarawal, A. (1989). Arousal of future orientation and attitude formation. Indian Psychologists, 6, 1&2, 21-29, 0979-2520.



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