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Psychology in India Revisited, a three volume set, constitutes a comprehensive review of recent Indian research on psychology. This review reflects the diversity of current research interests and critically evaluates the extent to which the discipline of psychology has been responsive to the Indian sociocultural reality. Divided thematically, the three volumes provide a focused treatment of a broad range of topics of theoretical, conceptual and methodological importance as also of empirical topicality.
The focus of this, the third volume, is on basic and applied social-psychological research. It provides an in-depth analysis of a number of critical areas important to an understanding of social organizational processes.
Table of Contents
Foreword D M NANJUNDAPPA
Preface JANAK PANDEY
Introduction to Volume Three JANAK PANDEY
Attitudes, Social Cognition and Justice LILA KRISHNAN
Social Values JYOTI VERMA
Psychological Dimensions of Poverty and Deprivation GIRISHWAR MISRA and K N TRIPATHI
An Intergroup Perspective on Ethnic Minority Identity NIMMI HUTNIK
Environment and Behaviour UDAY JAIN and M N PALSANE
Motivation, Leadership, and Human Performance RABINDRA N KANUNGO and SASI MISRA
Psychology in Enters the Twenty-first Century: Movement toward an Indigenous Discipline JANAK PANDEY