PUBLICATIONS

LIST OF PUBLICATION

Recent Papers:

  1. Dubey.S.N. (2012) An Integrated Theory of Behaviour.Paper accepted for presentation during 30th International Congress of Psychology(ICP2012),Cape Town,South Africa,July 22-27,2012.

  2. Dubey S.N.(2011) Yoga for Happiness, Health and Quality of Life. Paper accepted for presentation during Second International Conference of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology,Denpasar,Bali, Indonessia, December 21-23, 2011.

  3. Dubey S.N.(2011) Emotional Wellness for Quality Life. Paper accepted for presentation during Second International Conference of and Cultural Psychology,Denpasar,Bali,IndonessiDecember 21-23, 2011.

  4. Sarraf,S.R. and Dubey,S.N.(2011).A Study of Preschool Education and Personality Dimension of the School age Children, Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 7(2).

  5. Dubey,S.N.(2011). Demonstration of Yoga Style, was accepted for Demonstration during the Yoga in Science-Future and Perspectives of the Scientific-Professional InterdisciplinaryConference,Belgrade, Serbia, July, 11 to 14, 2011.

  6. Dubey,S.N.and Pandey,Vibha(2011). Mental Health: Need of Family Therapy ( A Chapter in a book).Ajay Singh(Ed.) Stress and Health: Contemporary issues and Challenges.New Delhi:Alfa Publisher.

  7. Dubey.S.N. (2010) Effect of Yogic Practices on some Psychological Factors among Adolescents. Paper presented during the First International Conference of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Yogyakarta, Indonessia, July 24-27, 2010.

A. RESEARCH PAPERS:

  1. Sarraf, S; Singh, P. and Dubey, S.N. (2009) Personality structure and empathy in juvenile delinquent children. Indian Journal of Community Psychology,5 (1), 33-41.

  2. Effectiveness of the techniques for the treatment of depression. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2008, 4 (1), 26-47.

  3. Emotional wellness of teachers for quality education and sustainable development, Proceedings of the Second National conference of AAU College of Education on Education and Millennium Development Gols(MDGs),June8-9, 2007. ,/

  4. Effect of Family Therapy on Mental Health of Women. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2005, 1 (1), 19-44.

  5. Effect of Psychological Intervention through SIS – I Images of police personnel. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 2005, 12 (2), 153-158.

  6. Impact of Family Therapy on Mental Health of Women. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2004, Inaugural Volume, 2, 217-235.

  7. Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for the Treatment of Depression. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2004, Inaugural Volume, 1, 70-76.

  8. Associating Rational Emotive Therapy with Hypnosis in the Treatment of Panic Attack: A Case Report. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2004, Inaugural Volume, 1, 87-92.

  9. A Study of Values, Value-attainment Expectations and Self-Concept of Women Trainees in Nontraditional Training Programmes, Indian Journal of Community Psychology, 2004, 1(1), 112-118.

  10. Working with Scientific Psychology. Address to the National seminar on Psychological Interventions and 4th Biennial conference of community Psychology Association of India. Dr. H.S. Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, February, 14-15, 2002.

  11. Management of depression combined with hypersensitivity and phobia: A case report. Souvenir: National seminar on Psychology in India: Past, Present and Future, Kollam October, 2001, 22-24.

  12. Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy for the Treatment of Depression: A case Report, Journal of Clinical Psychology. 1999, 26 (2), 188 – 191.

  13. Psychosocial Determinants of Academic success of rural boys. Perspectives in Education, 1999, 15(3) 157-164.

  14. Patterning of Aggressive Behaviour: A case study, Praachi Journal of Psycho-cultural dimensions, 1998, 14(1),39-42.

  15. A study of cognitive functions of socio-culturally Deprived Children, In N. Hasnain (Ed.) Weaker Sections: The Psychological perspectives, New Delhi: Gyan Publishing House, 1998, 211-218

  16. Sex-role attitudes and instrumental – expressive traits of women training for non-traditional occupations. Journal of Psychological Researches, 1997, 34(3), 118-124.

  17. Determinants of Academic success of Rural Girls. Journal of Psychological Researches: 1997, 41, 1 and 2, 46-53

  18. Social Pollution: Consequences and sources, in A.K. Singh (Ed.) Social Pollution and Human Life. Jaunpur: Purvanchal Prakashan, 1997.

  19. Environmental Stress and Alcoholism, Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, 1994, 31 (1), 39 – 43.

  20. A study of life stress and social support of Drug addicts, Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1993, 20 (1), 21 – 24.

  21. Reactions to frustration among physically Handicapped Children, Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, 1992, 29 (2), 6 7– 69.

  22. Youth Unrest: Its relation with aggressive reactions to frustration, Journal of Psychological Researches, 1989, 33 (3), 95 – 97.

  23. Aggressive reactions to frustration among young women, Journal of Psychological Researches, 1988, 32 (3), 133 – 138.

  24. Caste Prejudices: A strategy for control and removal, Indian Psychological Review, 1988, 33 (8, 9), 46 – 50.

  25. Personality characteristics of the socio – culturally deprived class, Perspectives in Psychological Researches, 1987 (10) (2), 51 – 53.

  26. Reactions to frustration among scheduled caste rural inhabitants, Indian Psychological Review, 1986, 30 (6), 11 – 14.

  27. A developmental study of reactions to frustration among scheduled caste Indians, Journal of Personality Assessment, 1985, (49) (1), 43 – 45.

  28. Relationships between needs and reactions to frustration among scheduled caste, Journal of Psychological Researches, 1985, 29 (2), 69 – 72.

  29. Characteristic need patterns of schedule caste Indians, Psychologia, 1984, 27, 122 – 124.

  30. Carl Rogers: Contributions to Personality Theory, Tamil Encyclopedia, Volume I, 1984.

  31. Reactions to frustration among physically handicapped young adults, Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1984, 11, 93 – 95.

  32. Personality correlates of reactions to frustration among Scheduled caste Indian, Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1983, 10, 479 – 484.

B. TESTS:

  1. Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire, MLQ form L

  2. Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire, MLQ form R

  3. Transformational Leadership Scale, TLS form L

  4. Transformational Leadership Scale, TLS form R

  5. Test of Reactions to frustration for Rural Inhabitants (T R F R I) (In Hindi) Agra: National Psychological Corporation, 1987.

  6. Work-Value Test

  7. Attitude towards Women Scale (A.W.S.)

  8. Personal Attributes questionnaire. (P.A.Q.)

  9. Behaviour scale.

C. BOOKS:

  1. Modern Psychological Statistics (In Hindi) Faizabad: Saket Publishing Centre, 1978.