Work from home Nah! Office at Home

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 6

If you have been hit by the reality that working from home is not as fascinating as you thought of it, then you are not alone. Almost everyone is facing the same wave of emotions, mental and physical sluggishness is common. Thus, normalizing this phenomenon is the only way through. So, let’s just fetch out the positive perspective of work …

Psoriasis and Psychodermatology

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 5

Studies estimate that in one out of three dermatological patients report of psychological factors that underlie and exacerbate their dermatologic symptoms; thus efficacious care and management must consider psychosocial characteristics of the individual and other psychological factors in disease onset, prognosis, severity, and treatment. These factors are of particular crucial significance in individuals with chronic conditions like eczema, psoriasis, urticarial, …

Organizational Citizenship Behaviour

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 5

Most employees understand that their primary duty is to do the work that is assigned to them, stay away from behaviors that could be deemed troublesome, and deliver work that is acceptable and beneficial to the organization. Organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) is an evolving concept concerning how and why people contribute positively to their organizations beyond defined work roles.The study …

Aspects of Normality

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 5

Recently, a person has committed suicide and his caregivers were claiming his behaviour quite normal. before the unfortunate incident. In another time, an occurrence of pandemic intensively affects our life and rapidly compels to live with a ‘new normal’ life style. Besides these situations, there are many reports which portray the lack of awareness about the pandemic among people even …

Do Counselors Need Counseling

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3, September 2020 Leave a Comment

Alisha Phillips Have you ever come across a doctor who never falls ill? Who doesn't need medication or even sometimes a consultation from another doctor? I hardly find this to be a realistic thought. The human being is a very complex creature; there can never be an exact science when it comes to the matters of the mind. The mind, ...

What are Different Kinds of Tortures/Abuse and their Effects on Child’s Mind and Adult Life

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3 Leave a Comment

Dr. Shalini Choudhary Torture is an act of inflicting physical or psychological pain by a perpetrator to the victim. This act may be from mild to severe and prolonged intended to inflict pain and suffering. Abuse on the other hand, is an intense behavior pattern used by the perpetrator to gain control and maintain power over the victim. Both the …

Understanding the Collectivistic Cultural Role of Indian Society During COVID-19 Pandemic

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3 Leave a Comment

Dr. Priyaranjan Maral, University of Allahabad  “collectivist cultures may have evolved a suite of behaviours that are well adapted to epidemics” Last eight months changed the entire world and gave a novel way or hope for seeing the role of collectivism culture and its positivity towards communities. Novel CoronaVirus (COVID-19) creates havoc in an entire world with millions of deaths, ...

Psychological Implications of Online Education

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3 Leave a Comment

Ms. Vagavi Prakash The unprecedented pandemic has brought life to a standstill. Globally all the countries world over have faced huge setbacks and education is one of the sectors which is undergoing a sea change in terms of adapting to digital learning as the new normal. This paradigm shift in the field of education has been received with mixed response …

First Hand Crisis Intervention Methods

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 3, September 2020 Leave a Comment

DEBJANI KAR In the year 2016, the theme of the year for the World Health Organization (WHO) was Psychological First Aid (PFA). PFA is given to any individual who has recently faced severe loss or trauma following a crisis event and in need of primary intervention. The world has witnessed both natural and man-made disasters. These include wars, natural disasters, …

PSYCHOLOGY OF DEHUMANIZATION

iibp-admin Anveshan, Issue 2

HIMAJA BOINAPALLI Psychology Enthusiast, In the area of human resource, mental health, well being worked with AIESEC INTRODUCTION Black Lives Matter protests that began last month have sparked up similar social movements across the world, such as Palestinian Lives Matter, Russian Lives Matter, Muslim Lives Matter, & Papuan Lives Matter,where communities are protesting against systemic oppression and marginalization. Research shows …