WHAT’S THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF ONLINE EDUCATION?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 4, Volume 1

Human interaction plays a vital role in the growth and development of our brains. In all the various possible aspects of emotional level, professionally or psychological level. Independent of its consequences favourable,terrible or other.We, humans, need humans to rely upon, enjoy associating, establishing alliance & socializing. The advancement in technology made it possible to interact without being physically present and …

DO COUNSELORS NEED COUNSELING?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 3, Volume 1

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, body, and …

DOES OUR LEVEL OF OPTIMISM/PESSIMISM CHANGE WITH LIFE- EXPERIENCES

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 2, Volume 1

Optimism/Pessimism is conceptualised in two distinct, if not exclusive, manner. One, as a ‘dispositional optimism’ -a generalised expectation that good things will happen in future. Two, as a general feeling of hope and joy with regard to future.Researchers have debated since long whether it is in-born or learnt. The earlier view was that it is rather in-born which is modified …

COPING WITH STRESS DURING COVID-19

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 1, Volume 1

  The ongoing pandemic has resulted in increased concern about the mental health of the people. Fear and Anxiety related to contacting the new disease has instilled overwhelming and strong emotions. Different people react to stressful situations differently. People who suffer from anxiety disorder are more likely to experience an increase in anxiety during such times. Added stress such as …

MENTAL HEALTH DURING COVID-19 : THE HR MANTLE

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 1, Volume 1

  COVID-19 pandemic has confined millions of people across the globe to their homes and has posed a very strange situation for workplaces. In these tumultuous times, when normal life has been disrupted, the internet, as always, has come to our rescue. A recent article published by Google titled “What is India Searching for? Insights for Brands” analyses the most …

Self-help technique to cope with stress and anxiety

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Mental Health

Considering the Pandemic and the overall hectic lifestyle of the 21st Century, Stress has become a rather frequent guest for almost everyone. Stressors or factors that contribute to stress range from a mild convenience in our day-to-day life to Traumatic experiences. One factor that very often overlaps with stress is anxiety. The uneasiness and the unpleasant feelings of nervousness worry …

Sex education: When and how?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Mental Health

Sex education remains a foreign concept in many parts of India. Both parents and teachers do little to educate children about sex and other related subjects. There is also a common misconception that sex education only concerns reproduction and sex organs, despite the fact that it is much more. Before we get into when should we start sex education, let’s …

We Shall Overcome

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Mental Health

“Think Positive, Be Positive, Speak Positive”… Yes we know … and yet, it’s an uphill task, especially when we are in the eye of the storm and all we see and feel is darkness. It’s just an irritating advice. Yet, deeper in our hearts we know that it’s always good-over-evil and that ‘two negatives cannot make a positive’. So what’s …

How To Reprogram Your Mind

Team IIBP Anveshan, General Psychology, Issue 6

Mind is the product of our brain through which we think and conceive ideas, thoughts, feelings, and intelligence. Many people are unable to keep their mind in a systematic paradigm and mind goes astray because they feel that their mind is chattering which always bothers them. Their thoughts shift back to past and future imaginations. But the question is why …

Women at Work: To be liked or to succeed?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Organizational Culture

The conversation around the experience of women in the workplace is not new. From being confined to the household walls to the rise of female-led companies, we have come a long way (and still have a long way to go ahead!). Despite the much-needed increase in representation, women are still a minority in most workplaces and face many challenges on …