Department of Psychology



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92, A.P.C. Road, Kolkata - 700 009
Phone: 2350-8386/6387/6396/1397 (Extn. 381)


Year of Establishment


1916


Courses Offered

Programme

Level of Study

Eligibility

Intake Capacity

Special Paper

M.A. / M.Sc. in Psychology

P.G.

40% in B.A./ B.Sc.

40

A maximum 12 seats will be available for any special paper, based upon the Undergraduate Merit List. The preferences opted will be considered on the basis of the mentioned Merit List

M. Phil. in Clinical Psychology
(Registered by RCI)

M. Phil.

M.A. / M.Sc. in Psychology

10

 

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Ph.D. in Psychology

Research

M.A./ M.Sc. in Psychology

....

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Post Doctoral

Research

Ph.D. in Psychology (Arts / Science)

....

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Proposed Course
One year post-graduate diploma in Cognitive Behavioural and Existential Counselling.

 

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Faculty Members

Name

Designation

 Specialization / Current Area of Research

Phone No & e-mail address

Dr. Nilanjana. Sanyal

Professor

Clinical & Developmental Psychology
The psychodynamics of relationships

24642083
sanyal_nilanjana@rediffmail.com
nspsy@caluniv.ac.in

Dr. Mallika. Banerjee

Reader

Experimental, Developmental & Health Psychology
Developmental Disability - Autism

25748503
mallib@hotmail.com

Dr. Pritha. Mukherjee

Reader

Clinical & Health Psychology
Neuropsychobiology

25598022
pritha_m2@yahoo.com

Dr. Sadhan Dasgupta

Reader

Clinical Psychology (Interdisciplinary research)

23446575/9903768206

Dr. Saugata. Basu

Reader

Clinical & Health Psychology
    Psychotherapy        Research , Positive Psychology

23559772
saubasu@cal3.vsnl.net.in

Dr. Souvik. Raychaudhuri

Reader

Social & Clinical Psychology
Psychodynamics of Media/ Culture

24551617
souvikrc@vsnl.net ;
souvikraychaudhurii@yahoo.com

Dr. Sonali. De

Reader

Experimental,  & Social Psychology
Media, Advertising & Consumer Behaviour ; Psychology of Relationships

23590561
sonalide2002@yahoo.com

Dr. Sanjukta. Das

Sr. Lecturer

Clinical, Health & Social Psychology
Narrative Psychology

25590030
25344878
sanjuktapsych@yahoo.co.in

Dr. Tilottama. Mukherjee

Lecturer

Clinical Psychology
Psycho-oncology, HIV

9830422524
tmcaluniv@rediffmail.com

Dr. Anindita. Chaudhuri

Lecturer

Experimental & Social Psychology 
Interpersonal Relationships & Community Psychology

9830795092
anindita_chaudhuri@rediffmail.com

Dr. Deepshikha. Ray

Lecturer

Clinical Psychology,
Neuropsychology & Personality Studies

09836210374
deepshikharay@yahoo.co.in

Ms. Manisha. Dasgupta

Lecturer

Clinical Psychology 
Personality Studies, Interpersonal Relationships

25635480
manisha_peu@rediffmail.com
mdgpsy@caluniv.ac.in

 

For M.Phil course only

Name

Designation

Phone number & e-mail address

Specialization

Mr. Prashanta Kumar Roy

Clinical Psychologist (On contract basis)

9433484612
prasanta.roy@gmail.com

Clinical Psychology

 

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Recent Publication

A)

Dr. Nilanjana Sanyal

 

1.  Anxiety and defense mechanism: A comparative study of working and non-working mothers life situations. Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, Vol-19, No.1, March 2003, pp-239-246.
2.   The somber psychological façade of chronologically gifted ones. Bengal Journal of Psychiatry, April, Vol-12, No.2, 2003, pp 6-9.
3.   Adjustment, loneliness and locus of control of institutionalized and non- institutionalized aged women. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, Vol-27, pp-69-76, 2003.
4.   Anxiety and defense mechanisms: a comparative study of working and non-working mother’s life situation. Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, Vol.9, No. 1, March, 2003, pp. 71-76.
5.   Employment- a must in career counselling – Journal of Psychometry, Vol. XVII, January-July, No. 1 & 2, 2003, pp 1-7.
6.   A sketch of insecurity, aggression and anxiety patterns of trafficked adolescents with their non-trafficked counterparts. Eastern Journal of Psychology, Vol.17, No. 1 & 2, Feb. & Aug, 2003, pp. 84-86.
7.   Emotional profile in the context of depression, anxiety, aggression and adjustment of epileptic and non-epileptic adolescents: A comparative study. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 11, No., 2, July 2004, pp. 105-114.
8.   The psychology of adolescence with sketches of guidance format -  Aaina: a mental health advocacy newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 3, November 2004, pp. 7-12.
9.   (Published in Bengali: ) Kyano eyato akromon – moner katha, April June, 2004, pp.15-18.
10.      (Published in Bengali: ) “Prostuti”- Ananda Bazaar Potrika, 20th December, 2004.
11.      (Published in Bengali: ) “Purono, Nutun Mon” Dharabahik Galpe “Puro Notun Barir’ mon shomikhaner byakha, Robibashorio, Ananda Bazaar Potrika, 27-02-2005, pp.3.
12.      Handling mental disorders in the canvas of community mental health service programmes. The Bengal Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 13, No. 6, January 2005, pp. 31-35.
13.      Who’s afraid of Rorschach Inkblots? Projective studies in India: An end-century assessment. Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 12, July 2005, pp.107-114.
14.      A comparative cognitive profile of epileptic and non-epileptic normal adolescents. Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 12, No. 2, July 2005, pp. 129-140.
15.      Psychological intervention for oncological patients: A psycho-oncological approach. Journal of Psychometry, Vol. XIX. No. 1, Jan. 2005, pp. 1-13.
 16.     Saving industrial resources: Therapeutic contributions of managers’ personalities. Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, Vol.11 (1)-Vol. 11(2), 2005, 15-23.
17.     Personality assessment of a child with emotional problems: A case study. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 13, No. 2, July 2006, 139-146.
18.     Offending and non-offending drivers in Kolkata metropolis: A comparative psychosocial perspective. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 22(1-2), 2006, 44-51.
19.     Narcissus and Oedipus: the children of Psychoanalysis in relationship perspective, Samiksa, Vol., 58, 2005-2006, 39-49.
20.     A review of personality assessment techniques of children in India. Journal of Psychometry, Vol.XX, No.2, 2006, 22-36.
21.     Counselling Psychology in the 21st century: Trends and Techniques. The keynote address published in the seminar proceedings of the National Seminar on the theme, organized by Department of Psychology, Gauhati University and Psychologists’ Association of North East India (panei), pp 3-17, Nov. 2006.
22.      A psychosocial profile of adolescents with suicidal ideation. Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol. 2(1), 2006, 50-60.
23.     Psychosocial intervention: Key catalyst in the management of Alzheimer’s Disease, Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol. 2 (1), 2006, 102-114.Relationship between controllability awareness and cognitive emotion regulation in selected clinical samples: A psychosocial perspective, SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 14, No. 1, January 2007, 64-75.
24.     Emotional Intelligence: the twenty-first century’s correlate of quality interpersonal     relationships, Bengal Journal of Psychiatry, 2007, 47-59.
25.     Object-relations – the holy curiosity in psychoanalysis and relationships. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (Hum.), Vol. 52 (1), 2007, pp. 177-189.
26.     Aggression assessment techniques: A review. Journal of  Psychometry, January 2007, No.1, 32-44.
27. Counselling: The mentor in relationship perspective. Miscellany, 2007. Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College, Kolkata, 24-28. 
CHAPTERS  IN  BOOKS:
1)       1. Socio-economic status and child abuse:  Clinical observations.  In Socio-Economic Development in India (Edited by Prof. B.N. Roy) Mohit Publications, New Delhi, pp. 150-157, 2001.
2. Absence of value education: The resultant clinical mental scenario.” In Philosophy and Science of Value Education in the context of Modern India, The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, Kolkata, pp. 188-200, 2006.
3. Consciousness of the self: The only path to spiritual serenity. In “ Consciousness: A Deeper Scientific Search.” Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, Kolkata.pp.152-165, 2006.

B)

Dr. Mallika Banerjee

 

2)       Banerjee, M (2007)- Autistic Diagnostic Check-List – Indian Journal of Clinical psychology, 34(1),83-93
3)       Banerjee, M (2006) - Music Therapy – As An Intervention Procedure For Autism, Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, 12(1)-12(2), 25-31.
4)       Banerjee, M. (2006) – Autism & Communication – A Psycho-bio-social Approach, Indian Journal of Community Psychology. 2(2), 1-15.
5)       Guha R, Basu S, Banerjee, M., Das, N (2006) – A study of stressful life events and cognitive styles in attempted suicides, Journal of Personality & Clinical Studies, 22, 73-76.
6)       Banerjee, M. (2006) – Emotional Intelligence (Book Chapter); in Glimpses into Behavioural Science: Methods and Themes in Practice, UGC Academic Staff College, University of Calcutta; pp.86-100.
7)       Banerjee, M. (2005) - Stress and coping, Book chapter in the book ‘SPHURAN’, Published by Commissioner of Disability, Govt. of West Bengal
8)       Guha, R.; Das, N.; Basu, S.& Banerjee, M. (2005) – Effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Changing Cognitive Style of Attempted Suicide Patient, Journal of Applied Psychological Issues,  11(1)-11(2), 45-51.
9)       Banerjee, M. (2004) - AUTISM : Book chapter of the book ‘DISHA’ published by Ministry of Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal

C)

Dr. Pritha Mukhopadhyay

 

1.        1. Identifcation of neuroanatomical substrates of set-shifting ability: evidence from patients with focal brain lesions. P. Mukhopadhyay1, A Dutt, S. K. Das, A. Basu,A. Hazra, T. Dhibar and T. Roy. (2008)   Progress in Brain Research, 95-104 168 , Elsevier B.V.
2.        P Mukhopadhyay (2007). Impact of signal modality on the biofeedback treatment outcome: An investigation on Anxiety and anxiety with depression groups Social Science International.23,2 , 52-60.
3.        A.Dogra & P Mukhopadhyay (2007).Organizational climate. Social Science                    International.23,2, 3-11.
4.        S Tarafder  P Mukhopadhyay & P. Roy (2006). Executive Dysfunction in the Siblings of    Children with Autism: A Peer Control Study.Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry 22, 3-4, 124-128
5.        P. Mukhopadhyay S. Das, S. Nandi, & G. Bandopadhyay (2006). Executive ability at     different levels of severity of obsessive compulsive disorder.  Journal of Personality & Clinical Studies,22.1&2,7- 11.
6.        P Mukhopadhyay, A Dutt, S Kumar Das & S Tarafder  (2005). Neuroimaging & Psychometric Correlation Of Cognitive Functions: An Idiographic Approach ,  Journal of Association Neuroscientist of Eastern India, 10,1&2.45-52.
8.        S Tarafder, P Bhattacharya, D Paul, G Bandyopadhyay and P Mukhopadhyay (2006). Neuropsychological Disposition and Its Impact On Executive Function And Cognitive Style In Patients With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 48, 2,102-106.
9.        C. Chakravarty, P Mukhopadhyay & P.K.Sur (2005) Psychological aspect of perception  of   pain  by female cancer patients and its impact on quality of life. Indian Journal of Pain, 19,1, 25-30
10.     P. Mukhopadhyay & Shampa Ghosh.(2005). Menopausal symptom severity: Impact of attitude towards menopause. Journal of Psychometry, 19, 28-37.
11.     C. Singh, S, Das, P. Mukhopadhyay (2004). Parenting Style And Conduct-Disorder Children’s Perception Of Parenting, Social Science International (20), 2-.7
12.     S. Tarafder, P. Mukhopadhyay and S. Basu (2004). Personality Profile of Siblings of Children With Autism: A Comparative Study. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health. 
13.     P. Mukhopadhyay., S.,Das (2003) Problem solving ability in Psychiatric patients: A neuropsychological approach, Psychological Research Journal, 26 (1 & 2) 26 – 34.
 Book Chapters
1.        Chayanika Singh & Pritha Mukhopadhyay (2007)  Mothers self perception and conduct disordered childrens’ perception of mothrs In Psychology Matters. M.B. Saran & D. Suar (eds) Allied Publishers Private Limited., New Delhi
2.        P Mukhopadhyay & Sreemoyee Tarafder (2005). Brain –Behaviour Relationship: An Overview.  In: Glimpses Into behavioural Sciences: methods & Themes of Practice. J.Basu & H.N.Gupta(eds), UGC Academic Staff College, Calcutta University.
Research Project completed:

  • The major U. G. C. research project entitled A comparative Evaluation of the Neurobehaviour and Cognitive Behaviour Therapies in the treatment of Problem Behaviour in children.
  • The A. I. C. T. E. research project entitled “Psychophysiological Approach for enhancement of performances Efficiency of Industrial Personnel”.

D)

Dr. Sadhan Dasgupta

  1. Neurosis and stress-coping behaviour. Social Science International, Vol. 20, No. 1, January 2004, pp. 55-59.

2. Project Cognitive appraisal – its impact on coping and adjustment. MRP Project funded by UGC, obtained on 2000 and completed  in 2004.
3. Measurement of anxiety: An interdisciplinary approach. Full research article presented on 27th International Congress of Psychology, Stokholm, Sweden, on 28.7.2000, Abstract 51214.06.
   

E)

Dr. Saugata Basu

 

1. “ Anxiety and defense mechanisms: A comparative study of working and non-working mothers’ life situations”-  in Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 2003,19,71-76.
2 .“Home environment of adolescents with conduct disorder” in Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, 2003,9(1)-9(2), 57-56.
3. “ Personality profile of siblings of children with autism: A comparative study” in SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 2004,11,52-58.
4. “Socio-demographic and co-morbid Study of Children with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder” in The Child and Newborn,2004, 8(1),5-8.
5. “Confirmatory factor analysis of the ego function assessment scale: Reports on two normal samples” in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology”, 2005, 32(1),36-40.
6. “Efficacy of JPMR(modified) on hypertension and associated psychological parameters in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology”, 2005, 32(1), 54-62.
7. “Effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Changing cognitive Styles of Attempted Suicide Patients” in Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, 2005,11(1)-11(2),45-51.
8. “A Study of Reasons for Living and Suicidal Ideation among College Students” in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology,2006,33(1), 40-46.
9. “ Adolescent Psychiatric Morbidity with a Typological Approach to Personality and its relation to Psychopathology and Prosocial Behaviour”  in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology,2006,33(1), 78-84.
10. “ A Comparative Study of Environment and School Environment between Disturbed and Normal Adolescents”, 2006, 33(2), 134-140.
11.“A Comparative Study of Number of Life Events, Presumptive Stress and Different Ego Functions of Students with ‘Low” and ‘High’ Suicidal Risks” in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2006, 33(2), 159-164.
12. “A study of stressful life events and cognitive styles in attempted suicides” in Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies, 2006, 22(1-2),73-76.
13. “Personality dimensions in disturbed adolescents: A comparative Study” in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology”, 2007, 34(1), 62-68.
14. “A study of hope, hopelessness, reasons for living and suicidal ideation” in Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology,2007, 34(1), 76-82.
15. “A study of potential correlates of reasons for living in college students” in SIS Journal of Projective Psychology & Mental Health, 2007, 14(2),129-134.
16. “The roles of personality, stressful life events, meaning in life, reasons for living on suicidal ideation: A study in college students” ” in SIS Journal of Projective Psychology & Mental Health, 2008, 15(1),52-57.
17.“ Correlates of happiness among young adults” in Psychological Studies,2008, 53(1), 67-71.
 International Publication-
1.  “Ego functions in relation to stressful life events and indices of psychopathology in paranoid schizophrenia” in Psychological Reports, 2004, 95, 1248-1252.
 Book Chapter-
1.  “Development of Daily Hassles Checklist”(2005). In Glimpses into Behavioural Science: Methods and Themes in Practice. UGC-Academic Staff College and Applied Psychology, C.U.
2.  “A study of contributory factors to optimism: Life events and personality traits” in ‘Mindscapes: Global perspectives on psychology in mental health’(2007). Published by Department of Mental Health & Social Psychology, NIMHANS, Bangalore, Edited by Kiran Rao.

F)

Dr. Sanjukta  Das     

 

          Psychiatric morbidity as a risk condition in HIV infection. Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2004, 31(1), 75-77
          Efficacy of JPMR (modified) on hypertension and associated psychological parameters. Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology; 2005, 32(1), 54-62.
          Aggressive orientation and psychiatric morbidity of Bengali Hindu and Muslims: An exploratory study. (2005) In J. Basu & H.N. Gupta (Eds). Glimpses into Behavioural Science: Methods and Themes in Practice, UGC Academic Staff College , University of Calcutta, Kolkata.
          The Roles of Personality, Stressful life events, Meaning in Life, Reasons for Living on Suicidal Ideation: A study in college students. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology & Mental Health, 2008,15 (1) , 52-57.

G)

Dr. Sonali De

  

Book Chapter:
Contributed a chapter entitled ‘Coronary Heart Disease : The Role of Health Psychology (2006), in the book ‘Glimpses into the Behavioural Sciences : Methods and Themes in Practice’ (ed.: J Basu and H.N.Gupta), UGC Academic Staff College, University of Calcutta, 170-175.
Research Papers:
     Counselling: A growing need. NISD resource Material, 1989.
     Effective communication and counseling, NISD resource Material, 1989.
     Prognostic role of sibling position in Bengali culture. Proceedings of the International Conference on Drug Abuse, Kolkata, 1991.
     Birth order and heroin dependence. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, 8 (3-4), 71-73, 1992.
     Impact of parental deprivation on cognitive functioning: An exploratory study. Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 20, 63-68, 1993.
     Deprivation: Its effects on human psycho-biological system. Samiksha, 47 (1), 3-12, 1993.
     Deprivation: Its effects on arousal modulation and adjustment: A psycho-physiological approach. Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 23 (2), 161-169, 1996.
     Arousal modulation capacity in deficit disorders. Social Science International, 13 (1-2), 25-30, 1997.
     Utility of projective tests in the psychological assessment of transsexual patients: A case study approach, SIS journal of Projective Psychology and Metal Health, 4 (1), 41-55, 1997.
     Cognitive style and academic achievement in deprived subjects. Journal of personality and clinical studies, 18 (1-2), 27-31, 2002.
     Changing trends of cultural values in advertising: An exploratory study. Psychology & Developing Societies, Vol-19(1), 2007.
     Advertising fantasy : Consuming passion-‘consumed’ desire”. (Sent for          publication)

H)

Dr. Souvik Raychaudhuri

 
Book:
The cinematic will of Ritwik Kumr Ghatak. Calcutta: Papyrus. (2000).
The thespian looks at himself : Personality of Actors, Indian Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 1 & 2, 1995

 I)

Dr. Tilottama Mukherjee

 

1) Management of stress in the armed forces. Eastern Journal of Psychiatry, November 2001.

2) Disclosure of concerns of coping strategies adapted by female breast cancer patients: An explorative study, Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, Vol. 9 (2), 2001.

3) A study on locus of control, anxiety and depression of female breast cancer patients, Eastern Journal of Psychiatry, 2002, 5:1-2, 47-48.

4) A study on attitude of parents toward their mentally retarded children. Indian Journal of Psychological Issues, June-December, 2004.

5) A study on anxiety and aggression of vitiligo patients, Journal of Psychometry, 2005.
6) A study on the psychosocial aspects- a group of chronic headache patients. Journal of Psychometry, July 2006.

J)

Dr. Anindita  Chaudhuri

 

1) “Role of personality type in recognition of emotion through facial expression” – published in Vol. 8, No. 1, June 2000 issue of Indian Journal of Psychological Issues.

 (2) “A study of dating violence among college students and the role of some personality factors” –Vol. II (i & ii) of 1999 issue of Journal of Research and Applications in Clinical Psychology. (This issue was published in 2001)

(3) “Attitudes of the husbands towards the type of marriage and earning status of the wives and the marital quality and love” – published in Vol. 19, No. 2, July 2002 issue of Journal of Community Guidance and Research.

(4) “Role of gender schema and affective state in autobiographical memory” – published in Vol. 21, No. 1, March 2004 issue of Journal of Community Guidance and Research.

(5) “Impact of gender, earning status of the wife and gender role attitude on marital quality as perceived by the spouse." – published in Vol.30 (1-2), Jan-July 2004 issue of Journal of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology.    

K)

Dr. Deepshikha Ray

 

PhD Degree Awarded in August 2007.
Title of Thesis: QEEG & P300 changes in the brain of patients with schizophrenia having disorder of thought language and communication
Study conducted at Central Institute of Psychiatry, Kanke as part of PhD program in Clinical Psychology, for the academic session August 2001 to July 2004
 A sketch of insecurity, aggression and anxiety patterns of trafficked adolescents with their non-trafficked counterparts. Eastern Journal of Psychiatry, l17, No. 1 & 2, Feb. & Aug, 2003, pp. 84-86.

L)

Ms. Manisha. Dasgupta

 

1) Who’s afraid of Rorschach Inkblots? Projective studies in India: an end century assessment. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 12, No. 2, July 2005, 107-114.
2) Psychological Intervention for Oncological Patients (A Psycho-Oncological Approach). Journal of Psychometry, Vol. XIX, No. 1, Jan. 2005, 1-13.
3) Saving industrial resources: Therapeutic contributions of managers’ personalities. Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, Vol.11 (1)-Vol. 11(2), 2005, 15-23.
4) Personality assessment of a child with emotional problems: A case study. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol. 13, No. 2, July 2006, 139-146.
5) Offending and non-offending drivers in Kolkata metropolis: A comparative psychosocial perspective. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol. 22(1-2), 2006, 44-51.
6) A review of personality assessment techniques of children in India. Journal of Psychometry, vol. XX no 2, July 2006, 22-36.
7) Relationship between controllability awareness and cognitive emotion regulation   in selected clinical samples: A psychosocial perspective. SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 2007, Vol.,14, No. 1, 64-75.

8) Emotional intelligence: The twenty-first century’s correlate of quality interpersonal relationships. Bengal Journal of Psychiatry, May 2007, Vol 14. , No. 1., 47-59.       9. Aggression assessment techniques: A review, Journal of Psychometry, July issue, 2007, Accepted   

 


Completed Research Projects

Sl No.

Funding Agency

Project Title

Investigators Name

Year

1.

DST

Suicide Prevention : An interdisciplinary approach

Dr. Saugata Basu & Dr. (Mrs.) Mallika Banerjee

2004

2.

DST

1. Identification & Management of Autism
2. Effect of Neurosensation on Different Abilities of   Autistic Children
3. Effect of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy on suicidal Ideation
(Co-Investigator)

Dr. (Mrs.) Mallika Banerjee

2003

 

 

4.

DST

1. Detection of neuropsychological impairment in psychiatric disorders through neuroimaging and neuropsychological techniques.
2. Validity of Piaget’s Cognitive Developmental Stage: A Cognitive Approach to identify Academic Readiness in Children  (2007

Dr. Pritha Mukhopadhyay

2004

 

 

 

5.

ICSSR

Autism (minor)

Dr. (Mrs.) Mallika Banerjee

2005

6

UGC

Autism (major)

Dr. Mallika Banerjee

2006

7.

ICSSR

Changing Trends of Advertisements & the Construction of Desire in the Era of Globalization

Dr. Sonali De &
Amitava Sengupta (Jt
Coordinator)

2007-8) (Ongoing) 

8.

DST(STATE)

Validity of Piaget’s Cognitive Developmental Stage: A Cognitive Approach to identify Academic Readiness in Children

Dr. Pritha Mukherjee

Ongoing

9.

DST(STATE)

Effect of different modes of neurosensation on different abilities of autistic children

Dr. Mallika Banerjee

Ongoing


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In C.U.I.I.P.P., the Department has clinical diagnostic and counselling unit.

 

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