Psycho-Social Aspects of Human Behaviour

ISBN Number : 978-93-5024-737-2

Student Price : Rs.290

Student Dollar Price : 12$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 194

Book Weight :342

About The Book

Whether the students are advanced undergraduates or in postgraduate courses in behavioural science, management, social science, developmental psychology and general studies, an understanding of researches in the dynamics of human behaviour is an ideal venue for pursuing higher education and doctoral studies. The contents of this book in various sections will enrich the knowledge base of upcoming generation of young scholars in various universities and colleges in gaining as insight into recent studies. This book will be of immense vale to academic and managerial personnel in managing their teams with cohesive and positive attitudes for overall performance improvement.


Book Content of Psycho-Social Aspects of Human Behaviour
Part I : Stress Factors
1. Occupational Stress among employees of Call Centers and Multinational Companies
- Bind Ashwini & Lancy D`Souza
2. Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Stress among Indian and Iranian Students
- Ali Reza Ghaderi
3. Stress, Proactive Coping and Perceived Self-Efficacy of College Students
- K. Kumar & S. Khadiravan
Part II : Social And Relationship Factors
4. Mind-set Towards Professional Women Roles in View of Family-Social Setting: An United Arab Emirates Perspectives
- Fauzia Jabeen
5. Scientific Study of Spiritual Behaviour: Measurement and Methodological Issues
- P. H. Lodhi
6. The Relationship between Family Environment and Intelligence
- Vandana Singh, Natasha D'Cruz
7. Cross Cultural Product Symbolism Among Indian Expatriates in UAE
- Sai Geeta. K., Sudhakar Kota
Part III : Emotional Domains
8. Correlation between Test Anxiety and Daily Hassles
-Neerja R. Thergaonkar, A. J. Wadekar
9. Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy on Shyness among Adolescents in Iran
- Kazem Shariatina, Lancy D’Souza
10. Comparison of Shyness between Adolescents in India and Iran: A Developmental Perspective of Age and Gender
- Moslem Saberi, Lancy D’ Souza
Part IV : General And Organisational Dimensions
11. Life Orientation of Adolescents in Big Five Factors of Personality
- Ramjee Lal, Sheweta Singh
12. Type-A Behaviour and Personality Types of Hypertensive Patients
- Panch Ramalingam
13. Organisational Cases on Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) Management in India
- H.L. Kaila, S. Ravishankar
14. Employees` Attitude Towards Human Resource Policies
- Jacob Cherian
15. Pervelence of DSM diagnostic-oriented Emotional and Behavioural Problems Among Male and Female Adolescent Students in South India
- Ghazal Davoudi, Venkatesh Kumar
16. Procrastination Behaviour: A Cross-Cultural Analysis
- Sreethi Nair
17. Antecedents of Organisational Commitment Across the Jobs
- Shanti Suman, A.K. Srivastava
18. Electronic Games and Their Impact on Social Maturity of Children
- Gunjarika Ranka, Madhu Jain

About The Author

Prof. Dr. S. Ravishankar is a well-known senior HR and Organizational Behaviour specialist. He has worked at senior/top management levels, both in academic institutions and industry.

He was senior faculty with College of Applied Science (MOHE), ICT, Oman; Professor at Abu Dhabi University; Al-Kharj University, Saudi Arabia; and Professor & Head of School of Business and Logistics, University of Bolton, UAE Campus. Earlier, he was Director and Professor at B-Schools and Professor at NITIE (Govt. of India), Mumbai. He has also rich experience as Dy. General Manager (HRD) at AFCONS Infrastructure Ltd., and ISPAT Industries Ltd., Maharashtra.

He has large number of books and papers published to his credit. He has conducted large number of corporate training programs and is a member of many professional bodies like ISTD, ISTE, IIPA, BPC, etc. He was also honored with various academic awards including the ISTD Fellow for outstanding contributions in the field of HRD.

Dr. Harbans Lal Kaila, earned Masters degree in Psychology from Guru Nanak Dev University, Doctorate from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, is a retired Professor of Organizational Psychology with 39 years of professional experience, published books/articles and participated in national/international conferences. He pioneered BBS training in India, conducted <1000 BBS workshops in India/abroad and is a member expert panel for National Safety Council. He served the Central Labour Institute, Ministry of Labour for 10 years and as a Professor at the SNDT Womens University for 18 years at Mumbai. He is a resource person for organizations such as ITC, SAIL, GAIL, ESSAR, RIL, Colourtex, Everest, Galaxy, Reliance Energy, Ultratech, CFCL, Sandoz, Tata Motors, M&M, BPCL, ONGC, Suzlon, TUV, DNV, Bajaj Auto, Bayer CropScience, STL, Serum, SMC, NPC, GE, IOCL, BHEL, Oil India, Privi, HPCL, HCC, Kalpatru, Torrent, CTEA, Greentech, ICC, Pidilite, Aarti, Volkswagen, Jindal, Sterlite, Vedanta, L&T, RCF, DCM Shriram, Solaris, Agrocel, Piramal, Dorf Ketal, TRL Krosaki, Sembcorp, Uflex, Afcons, AM/NS, Hikal, Sunshield, Gunnebo, Amara-Raja, Hindalco, Ampacet Tata Projects, Toyota, NTPC, Vaaman, Baerlocher, Gharda, CPCL, Godrej, Hirschvogel, Asian Paints, Vasudha, Thyssenkrupp, and conducted more than 100 safety culture surveys for Indian locations. Dr. Kaila represented in Conferences at New York, Berlin, Japan, Kaula Lumpur, Muscat, Rome, New Zealand, London, Egypt, Dubai, Sydney. He is an Editor of the Journal of Psychosocial Research and Director of Forum of Behavioural Safety.

Dr. Jacob Cherian, is a Faculty in Management at COBA, Abu Dhabi University, UAE. He has worked in various positions such as Chairman of Marketing Department, CBA, Jeddah, KSA, Head of the Department of Commerce, Rizvi College, Mumbai, India. He has diversified experiences as R&D Manager, HRD Manager in various industries. He has also worked as HRD and Export Consultant. He has attained the Masters Degrees of M.Com, MSW, MBA, M.Phil, and also Ph.D. in Business Management. He has participated and presented research papers in various conferences. He has authored few books.

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