PUBLICATIONS

LIST OF PUBLICATION

Recent Publications:

                      Editor- in-Chief: Indian Journal of Community Psychology. Publishing since 2004,

                         Have Edited 11 Volumes (22 issues) has been published till date.

              Member : Advisory Board of International Journal of Psychologist in Social Action.

           1.    dubey S.N. (2013)  An Integrated Theory of Behavior . Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 2(4), 303-320.

           2.    Marina Joseph and Dubey S.N.(2012)    Effect of Family Therapy on Physical and Psychological Distress and Personality of Adolescents. Indian Journal of Community Psychology,                   8(2), 232-247.

           3.    Dubey.S.N. (2011) Effect of Yogic Practices on Behaviour. Sense: International         Scientific Yoga Journal 1(I) 9-12

           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),256-                        265. 

           5.   Dubey.S.N.(2011). Impact of Yogic Practices on some  Variables  among   Adolescents. IndianJournal of    Community Psychology, 7(1), 1

            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.

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.