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Prof. Sushma Pandey

Professor, Department of Psychology
S.NO.ExamSpecialityInstitute/UniversityYear
1 PhDSocial CognitionDDU GORAKHPUR UNIVERSITY1987
  • Developemental Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Organisational Behaviour
S.NO.DesignationCollege/InstituteFromToTotal Exp.
1 ProfessorDDU GORAKHPUR UNIVERSITY21/11/2010 09/12/2021 (Till) 11 Years 1 Months
S.NO.YearTitle of the professional development ProgrammeDate and Duration (from – to)
1 2013Short term course on, “Organizational Behavior: Issues and Challenges23-29 August
2 2015Refresher Course on the theme “Understanding Social Reality: Emerging Perspectives and Approaches ”. ( Co-Coordinator).9th Feb. 2015 – 1st, March, 2015
3 2017Refresher Course on the theme “Research Methodology: perspectives and applications ”. (Coordinator).28th October 2017 – 17th, November, 2017

Teaching

UG Experience: 33 Year(s)

PG Experience: 33 Year(s)

Research

Total Research Experience:
  • Developemental Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Organisational Behaviour
  
1 Pandey, S., Gupta, N. and Singh, R. (2021). Examining the role of organizationalhealth in organizational citizenship behaviour of Bank employees. InternationalJournal for Innovative Research in Multidisciplinary Field, Vol. - 7, 1, 2455-0620.
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1.     Tripathi, N. and Pandey, S. (2020). Parenting and its role in thedevelopment of self-esteem in adolescence (Review Article). Journal ofPsychiatry and Psychology Research. JPPR, 4(2): 307-309, 2640-6136,www.scitcentral.com.


3

1.     Pandey, S., Tripathi, N. and Khatoon, S. (2020). Analyzing working memoryin relation to learning disabilities, age and socioeconomic status. InternationalJournal for Innovative Research in Multidisciplinary Field, Vol.6, 12,2455-0620.


4

        Singh, A. & Pandey, S. (2019).Work Stress as Predictor of Organizational Commitment in Police Personnel. TheIndian Police Journal, Vol.66 (1), ISSN 0537-2429.


5

        Singh, P., Pandey, S. & Prasad, A. (2020). Impact of Physical Abuse on Academic Performance ofStudents. International Journal of Research and Analytical

Review(IJRAR), 7 (1), ISSN 2348-1269.


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        Pandey, S. & Singh, P.(2019). Analyzing impact of child maltreatment on academic performance.International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), 6 (2),294-310 E-ISSN 2348-1269, P-ISSN 2349-5138.


7         Shukla, A. &Pandey, S. (2019). Study of organizational commitment in relation to emotionallabour. International Journal of Management Studies (IJMS), 6, 1(7), 33-41,2249-0302 2231-2528
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         Pandey, S. & Singh, P.(2018).  Effect of Academic AchievementMotivation on Academic Performance of Students. International Journal of IndianPsychology (IJIP), 6, 2, 40-60, 2349-3429.


9         Pandey, S. & Singh,P. (2018).  Study of academic performancein relation to child abuse and academic achievement motivation. InternationalJournal of asian academic research associates (AARJSH), 5 (6), 60-81, 2278-859X
10

        Pandey S (2018). Does child abuse impede behaviouralfunctioning in school children? International Journal of IndianPsychology6, 2, 40-60, 2349-3429.


11 Tripathi, N. & Pandey, S. (2018). Parenting and its role in thedevelopment of self-esteem in adolescents. International Journal ofIndian Psychology6, 3, 24-47, 2349-3429
12

        Tripathi, N. & Pandey, S. (2018). Does child abuse obstruct thelevel of self-esteem in adolescents? The international journal of IndianPsychology, 6, 1, 110-121, 2349-3429.


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                 Pandey, S. & Singh, P.(2018). Study of academic performance in relation to child abuse and academicachievement motivation. Asian Academic Research Journal of SocialSciences and Humanities, 5, 6, 60-81, 2278-859X


14 Pandey, H. & Pandey,S. (2018). Effect of intrinsic motivation on development of creativity inadolescents. AsianAcademic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 5, 6, 60-81, 2278-859X
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        Pandey, S & Tripathi, N. (2017). Child Abuse: An Impediment inthe Development of Adolescent Self-esteem. Asian AcademicResearch Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,4,12, 183-214, 2278-859X


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


17

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


18

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


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


20

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


21

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


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


23

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


24

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


25 Pandey,S., Pandey, V.R. & Tiwari, S. K. (2015). Managing time stress in medicalprofessionals: The role of future orientation. Asian Academic ResearchJournal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1, 32, 336-349, 2278-859X
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          Pandey,S. & Rai, S. (2014). Effect of transformational leadership onorganizational citizenship behavior in teachers. Journal of PsychologicalResearches: An International Journal, 58, 2, 84-93, 0022-3972.


27 Agrawal,M. & Pandey, S., Jain, S. & Maitin, S. (2012).Oral cancer awareness ofthe general public in Gorakhpur city, India. Asian Pacific Journal of cancerprevention, 13, 10, 7314/APJCP.
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 Pandey,S. (2011).Cognitive functioning in children: The role of child abuse, settingand gender. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 37, 1,98-105, 0019-4247.


29

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


30

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


31

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


32         Pandey, S. (2005).Child Abuse: An impediment of creative potential in children. PsychologicalStudies, 50, 2, 61-65.
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                      Pandey, S. & Srivastava, S.(2003). Work stress and coping as predictors of health status of career woman. Journalof the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 29, 1-2, 83-92, 0019-4247.


34 Pandey, S. (1999).Role of perceived control in coping with crowding. Psychological Studies,44, 3, 86-91, 003-2968
35

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


36

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


37


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

38

1.             Pandey, S., Tripathi, N. &Tripathi, N. (2018). : Some reflections. IndianJournal of Psychological Issues, 25, 1, 29-27, 0972-4427.


39

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


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


41

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


42

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


43

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


44

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


45 Singh, A. &Pandey, S. (2013). Work stress in police personnel: The role of job Hierarchyand Job Tenure. The Indian Police Journal, 216-235, LX, 4, 0537-2429.
46 Pandey, S. &Tamta, P. (2013). Does child abuse impede development of working memory inchildren? Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, 21, 1 & 2, 16-31,0972-4427
47

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


48

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


49

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


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


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


52

         Pandey, S. (2004). Childmaltreatment: An urgent need for prevention. Adhyayan: A Bilingual AnnualJournal, 12, 27-32.


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


54 Pandey, S. (2001).Promoting reproductive health: population education and attitude change. IndianJournal of Psychological Issues, 9, 2, 76-83, 0972-4427. 
55

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


56 Pandey, S. (2001).Changing perception and attitude towards dowry. Indian Journal ofPsychological Issues, 9, 1, 45-50, 0972-4427.
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           Pandey, S. & Srivastava, S.(2000). Coping with work stress in career oriented females. Journal ofCommunity Guidance and Research, 17, 3, 313-323, 0970-1346.

 


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


59

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


60

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


61

         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.


62

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


S.NO.Title of the bookTitle of the chapterNational / internationalYear of PublicationISBN NumberAffiliating InstituteAffiliating InstituteName of the publisher
1 Social Justice among the Women,: Psychological dynamics of domestic violence: Consequences, Issues and Responses.International2019 93-86682-93-1.Concept PublicationConcept PublicationConcept Publication, New Delhi
2 Social Justice among the Women, , Dowry victimization and its impact on women and girl child.International2019 93-86682-93-1.Concept PublicationConcept PublicationConcept Publication, New Delhi
3 Women: From Past to Present. Dowry victimization and status of women in India. National2019 93-86682-93-1.Pratibha Prakashan DelhiPratibha Prakashan DelhiPratibha Prakashan Delhi
4 Equipollent Issues and Women in Post Independent India. Violence behind closed doors: Psycho-social perspectives. National2013978-93-82171-22-5. Pratyush Publication, Pratyush Publication, Pratyush Publication, New Delhi
5 Guidance and Counselling: New DirectionsEducation as an intervention strategy for health promotionNational2013978-81-8329-473-7. Shree Publishers & Distribuuters Shree Publishers & DistribuutersShree Publishers, New Delhi
6 Positive Psychology: Emergency Issues Future orientation and health education in promoting reproductive health in rural communityNational2012 978-81-8329-473-7.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University Shree Publishers& Distributers,New Delhi:
7 Positive Psychology: Emerging Issues, New Delhi: Shree Publishers & Distributers, 978-81-8329-473-7. Perceived control as modifier in the work stress-organizational commitment relationship: A Study on Police PersonnelNational2012978-81-8329-473-7.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University Shree Publishers& Distributers,New Delhi:
8 Positive Psychology: Emerging Issues Enhancing creativity in children: The Role of Parenting. National2012978-81-8329-473-7.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University Shree Publishers& Distributers,New Delhi:
9 Psycho-social aspects of health and illness. Domestic violence and women health: Issues and challenges.National2010978-81-8220-315-0DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityGlobal Vision Publishing House, .New Delhi
10 Great social scientists of India. Prof. L.B. Tripathi and his contributions to PsychologyInternational2006 81-7966-173-3_DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityEmerald Publication,
11 Health promotion, prevention of HIV/AIDS and population regulation: Strategies for developing countries. Empowerment of women through health education for healthy living of mothers and children.National2005 81-7646-511-9.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University New Delhi: B.R. Publication
12 Psychological perspectives in environmental and developmental issues.An empirical study of the role of perceived control in coping with residential crowding. National200381-8069-012-1. DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company,
13 An introduction to psychology,Social influence and group processNational200381-7450-221-1.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNCERT New Delhi
14 An introduction to psychology, Part 2, (Hindi Version). Attitude and social cognition. National2003 81-7450-221-1DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: NCERT,
15 . Stress Behavior: Coping Strategies; 2 (pp. 169-208), Role of Coping in Work Stress – Health relationship. A Study on Career Women.National200481-7216-090-9.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Friends Publication,
16 An introduction to psychology, Part I, (Hindi Version). Research methods in psychology.National200281-7450-221-1.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: NCERT,
17 An introduction to psychology, Part 1, (Hindi Version). Cognitive process.National2000 81-7450-221-1.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: NCERT
18 . Health strategies and population regulation. Vol. 2 (pp. 413-423). Role of empowerment and future orientation in family planning behaviorNational200181-7646-196-2.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi. B.R. Publishing Corporation,
19 Reproductive health of humankind in Asia and Africa: A global perspective. Vol. 2 (pp. 561-582). Dowry and status of Women in India.National2002978-81-8329-473-7.DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University New Delhi. B.R. Publishing Corporation.
20 Adhunik samajik manovigayan. _Swaroop, gathan awam mapan_National1992978-93-80346-18-2. DDU Gorakhpur UniversityDDU Gorakhpur University_Har Prasad Bhargava Prakashan,
S.NO.Title of the bookEditionAuthor(s)ISBN numberYear of publicationPublisherName of the publisher
1 Psychological Consequences of Child Abuse1Pandey, S.81-8069-405-42007InternationalConcept Publishing Company, New Delhi
2 Psycho-Social Aspects of Domestic Violence1Pandey, S. 81-8069-533-6.2008InternationalConcept Publishing Company, New Delhi
3 Manav Vikas Ka Manovigyan. (Vol. 1), New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company,1Tripathi, L.B. & Pandey, S. 81-8069-593-X.2009InternationalConcept Publishing Company, New Delhi
4 Manav Vikas Ka Manovigyan. (Vol.2)1Tripathi, L.B. & Pandey, S.81-8069-593-X.2009InternationalConcept Publishing Company, New Delhi
5 Positive Psychology: Emerging Issues (Vol. 1). .1Ojha, S. & Pandey, S. 978-81-8329-473-72011InternationalShree Publishers & Distributers,New Delhi
6 Positive Psychology: Emerging Issues (Vol. 2)1Ojha, S. & Pandey, S. 978-81-8329-473-72011InternationalShree Publishers & Distributers,New Delhi
S.NO.Title of the paperConference/Workshop etc NameConference/Workshop etc TypeOrganised byDate:Place
1 Understanding Child abuse and its impact on mental health of students. Health and Well being: Research Trends and Application”. NationalDepartment of Psychology, DDU, Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.), .15-16, September, 2018Gorakhpur
2 Child abuse research in India. UGC National Seminar on,” Human Development: Research Trends, Application and Possibilities”. NationalDepartment of Psychology, DDU, Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.),8. March, 23-24, 201Gorakhpur
3 Domestic violence and status of women in India. National Seminar on, भारतीय समाज में स्त्री : यथार्थ एवं चुनौतियाँ, NationalGorakhpur University Woman Welfare Association, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.), 7.February, 08-09, 201Gorakhpur
4 Parenting in shaping children’s behaviour: A cultural perspective. UGC National Seminar on,” Culture and Human Behaviour”National Department of Psychology, DDU, Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.), September, 15-16, 2016.Gorakhpur
5 Does child abuse impair development of working memory? International Conference on Recent Advances in Cognition and Health. NationalDept. of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P). 6-8th Feb. 2016Varanshi
6 Creative potentials in adolescents: the role of age and gender. International Conference on Recent Advances in Cognition and Health. SAP-DRS-I NationalDept. of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P). 6-8th Feb. 2016Varanshi
7 Effect of school bullying on mental health of children. International Conference on Recent Advances in Cognition and Health. SAP-DRS-I Dept. of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P). NationalDept. of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P). 6-8th Feb.2016Varanshi
8 Coping as buffer in work stress- health relationship. International Conference on Recent Advances in Cognition and Health. SAP-DRS-INational Dept. of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P). 6-8th Feb. 2016Varanshi
9 Education as an intervention strategy for health promotion in rural community. 25th Silver Jubilee Convention of National Academy of Psychology-India,National Dept. of Psychology and Centre of Behavioural & Cognitive Science, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, Feb, 2-5. 2016Allahabad
10 Examining the role of individual differences in working memory. 25th Silver Jubilee Convention of National Academy of Psychology-India, NationalDept. of Psychology and Centre of Behavioural & Cognitive Science, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, Feb, 2-5. 2016Allahabad
  
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1.            Pandey, S (2019). Research in social sciences andproblem solving. Organized by UGC- Academic Staff College, DDU GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur, 26th August.


2

        Pandey,S.(2019). Crowding stress and its psychologicalimpacts. National Workshop on Environmental Hazards, Livelihood issues&resilience in agrarian societies: A Cross disciplinary Analysis, Organized byDepartment of Geography on 2-3 Feb, 2019,


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  Pandey, S.( 2019).Research Methodology in Social sciences. Refresher course in Goegraphy onEmerging Challenges in Geographical Research,822019-28th feb., 2019,UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, DDU, Gorakhpur University.


4 Pandey, S.( 2019).   Application of SPSS in Social Sciences. inRefresher course in Goegraphy on Emerging Challenges in GeographicalResearch,822019-28th feb., 2019, UGC-Human Resource DevelopmentCentre, DDU, Gorakhpur University
5 Pandey, S (2017). Research projects: Minor andMajor. Organized by UGC- Academic Staff College, DDU Gorakhpur University,Gorakhpur, 26th August
6 Pandey, S (2017). Research in social sciencesand problem solving. Organized by UGC- Academic Staff College, DDU GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur, 26th August
7

  Pandey, S (2017). Application of SPSS in socialSciences Lecture 1and Lecture 2. Organized by UGC- Academic Staff College, DDUGorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 26th August


8 Pandey, S (2016). Psychological understanding ofchild abuse. Organized by UGC- Academic Staff College, DDU GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur, 25th February
9 Pandey, S. (2016). Psychological consequences ofchild abuse and its prevention. Organized by UGC-Academic staff college, DDUGorakhpur University Gorakhpur
10

  Pandey,S. (2015). Application of SPSS in Social Science Research, organized by U.G.C.Academic Staff College, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. 17th, May.


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Pandey,S. (2014). Violence against women: Psychological perspective, Organized byU.G.C. Academic Staff College, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.


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  Pandey,S. (2010). Implications of SPSS in social science researches. Refresher Coursein ICT, Organized by U.G.C. Academic Staff College, D.D.U. GorakhpurUniversity, Gorakhpur.


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 Pandey,S. (2010). Child abuse and its psychological consequences. Orientation Courseorganized by Academic Staff College, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.


14 Pandey,S. (2009). Current status of cognitivepsychology. Refresher Course on 'CurrentTrends in Cognitive Researches'. Organized by Department of Psychology andAcademic Staff College, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
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  Pandey,S. (2009). Cognitive psychology:emergence and paradigms. Researcher Course on, "Current Trends in Cognitive Researches". Organized byDepartment of Psychology and Academic Staff College, D.D.U. GorakhpurUniversity.


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  Pandey,S. (2009). Recent perspectives ofcognitive development. Refresher Course as Current Trends in CognitivePsychology, organized by Department of Psychology and Academic Staff College,D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.


17 Pandey,S. (2009). Cognitive neuroscience andartificial intelligence. Refresher Course on, “Current trends in cognitivepsychology”, Organized by Department of Psychology & Academic StaffCollege, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
S.NO.Name of the principal InvestigatorDurationName of the Research ProjectAmount/Fund receivedName of funding agencyYear of sanctionStatus (Complted /Ongoing)
1 Prof. Sushma PandeyNASocial dynamics of child abuse and its psychological consequences in eastern districts of U.P.Rs. 3,11,568 /-University Grants Commission ( UGC ), New Delhi.NA (Completed in 2005)
2 Prof. Sushma PandeyNAPsycho-social dynamics of domestic violence and its impact on children Rs. 1,66,000 /- National Commission for Women (NCW) New Delhi.NA (Completed in 2007)
3 Prof. Sushma PandeyNAUnderstanding child abuse in school setting: Psycho-social perspectives Rs. 12,000,00/-Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi. NA2017
 

§  Life member, NationalAcademy of Psychology (NAOP).

§  Member D.S.A., Dept. ofPsychology, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.

§  Life member, Indian journalof social and psychological studies.

§  Life member, Indian journalof Psychological Issues.

§  Life member, Indian journalof Applied Psychology.

§  Expert Member RDC, R.M.L.Awadh University, Faizabad.

§  Member, Monitoringcommittee, entertainment tax section, District Magistrate, Gorakhpur.

               


  • Currently Enrolled: 7
  • Awarded:              17

S.NO.Scholar NameThesis TitleYear of Award
1 Ramya SinghPsycho-social correlates of population control2002
2 Shipra Srivastava Work stress, coping and health status among career oriented females.2002
3 Shiv Kumar Tripathi Influence of perceived control on coping with crowding in school environment.2006
4 Reena MalaviyaParental factors of child maltreatment and its impact on cognitive functioning.2006
5 Abhay Pratap SinghModifying role of perceived control and coping in the work stress-commitment relationship.2010
6 Amritanshu Kumar ShuklaCoping, time management and future orientation as moderators of the work stress-health link.2010
7 Sunil Kumar Mishra Behavioural consequences of child maltreatment: The Role of parenting.2010
8 Satyabhama Yadav Women empowerment, future orientation and health education as predictors of reproductive health.2013
9 Himanshu Pandey Development of creative potentials in relation to intrinsic motivation and parenting.2013
10 Ekta SrivastavaInfluence of leadership and instructional pattern on group polarization.2013
11 Preeti TamtaWorking memory in relation to individual differences and child abuse.2014
12 Shikha Rai Role of transformational leadership and commitment in organizational citizenship behaviour.2014
13 Venkat R. PandeyRole of future orientation in managing time stress- health relationship.2015
14 Nimisha Tripathi Study of adolescent self esteem in relation to parenting and child abuse2018
15 Pratibha SinghEffect of child maltreatment and intrinsic motivation on academic performance2019
16 Niharika TripathiA study of working memory in relation to learning disabilities.2020
17 Astha ShuklaInfluence of Emotional Labour on Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction2020

Administrative Responsibility

S.NO.DescriptionFromToYear & Month
1 Head Dept. of Psychology30/11/201730/11/20203 Year 0 Month
2 Warden, Alakananda Women Hostel, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur   
3 In charge, Women Section, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.   
4 Superintendent, M.L.B Women Hostel, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.   
5 Assistant Proctor, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur.   

Awards & Fellowships

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