Video Games as a Coping Mechanism

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 1

Every one of us must have been allured by the tempting graphics and the instant gratification provided by the video games. They were designed for the sole purpose of entertainment which appealed to the young population. With the advancement in technology, the focus shifted from entertainment to other reasons why people started playing video games. Imagine that you have the …

Use of cognitive therapy in treatment for anxiety and panic attack disorders: a look through scientific studies.

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 1

Cognitive Therapy (Beck et al. 1979) is a subjugated piece of the umbrella term under the broader domain of the cognitive-behavioral therapies, including Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (Ellis, 1958), Rational Behaviour Therapy, etc. However, David Clark broadly defined Cognitive Therapy as the process of identification of distorted thoughts, maladaptive beliefs and/or assumptions and consequent reshaping of the distorted cognitions with …

Should animal research in psychology be eliminated?

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 1

Animal research in Psychology plays important role in the development of psychology. Established theories in human psychology and psychological behavior like Pavlov’s theory of reinforcement, Skinner’s experiment, etc. started by experimenting with animals. These researches have shown an impact on several domains of psychology such as behavioral experiments that helped in finding a solution for rehabilitation in patients with Alzheimer’s, …

Augmenting Employee Empowerment at Workplace

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 1

Employee empowerment is defined as the ways in which organizations provide their employees with a certain degree of autonomy and control in their day-to-day activities enabling them to take responsibility for their jobs and make critical decisions related to their work. When attempting to understand how organizational theorists have attempted to define employee empowerment, two kinds of empowerment come into …

COVID-19: How it psychologically affected the Rural Communities

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 1

We are in the midst of one of the most severe crises in global public health that the world has ever faced. India is one of the worst affected countries, with the Covid-19 pandemic having devastating impacts both on the health of the population as well as on the country’s economy. Let’s start with the lockdown when there was no …

How to bring the Economy back.

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IIBP Associate researcher Dr, Farah Naqvi was invited by a news channel to a panel discussion on how to bring economy back. She is an academician, writer, corporate trainer, and HRD consultant. Currently, she is associated with the Gulf center for university education, Kuwait. In her academic and training career, she has worked with premier institutes like the Indian Institute …

pandemic (covid-19) and rural education system

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

The onset of this deadly pandemic has started one problem that has been faced by the future of our country. It is the problem of the distribution of knowledge. the mode of education has transformed into online education or digital education who wish to gain knowledge opting for online education. Online education is called remote learning or remote access learning …

DEVELOPING CREATIVITY IS HELPFUL IN THE PANDEMIC

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

“We express our being by creating. Creativity is a necessary sequel to being.” – Rollo May (1994). “The Courage to Create” It is well-known that health emergencies are associated with unfavourable psychosocial consequences, and the COVID-19 outbreak will inevitably cause distress and leave many people vulnerable to mental health problems. Fear, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress were common psychological symptoms …

PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF “BEING INDOORS” AMONGST CHILDREN (5-14yrs)

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

Pandemic !! Stay Indoors !! Maintain Social Distancing !! Disruption In Daily Routine !! Life came to a full stop. Suddenly no schools, no offices, no going out, no meeting friends and family- overnight everything stopped. Now stay indoors, maintain social distancing, wear a mask, online schooling, work from home. Since the lockdown, the world has come to a standstill, …

WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL UGLY?

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

I am a Psychologist; I am a Therapist but more than anything I am a woman who’s fed up with linear beauty standards. I grew up in India, where the ideal image for a good-looking girl is light skinned with long hair. Well, I am brown-skinned. I was always curvier and I still do have dark circles. For the last …