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M/S. Manaswini Dash

Manaswini Dash Name : M/S.   Manaswini Dash
Designation : Lecturer
Qualification : manaswinidash@ymail.com
Phone No. : +91-9583496079
E-mail ID : M(dot)Phil(dot), Ph(dot)D(dot)
  • Testing
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  1. Guidance :
    1. MPhil Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Topic of MPhil Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome
    2. PhD Guidance:
      Sl No  Name of the Scholar Year of award of Degree Registration No Name of the Co-guide if any Fellowship received if any during research Topic of PhD Thesis Summary of the Research Outcome
  2. Journal Publications :
    1. International Publications:
      1 Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Relationship among Mental Health, Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence in Male and Female Adults. Journal of Culture, Society and  Development, Vol.14, 10-16. -,
      2 Dash, M. & Senapati, A. ¬†Personality development in English medium and Odia medium school children. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19(12), 45-50, (2014). Impact factor ‚?? 1.589. -,
      3 Dash, M. & Sriranjan, P. Maternal over-protection and achievement motivation among high school students. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19 (5), 57-62,¬† (2014). ¬†Impact factor ‚?? 1.589. -,
      4 Dash, M. & Patra, M. ¬†Perceived maternal neglect and adjustment problems of high school students. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19 (5), 1-6, (2014). Impact factor ‚?? 1.589. -,
      5 Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M.  Role of medium of instruction on the development of cognitive processes. Journal of Education and Practice, 3(3), 60-68, (2012). Impact factor-7.15. -,
      6 Dash, M. & Dash & U. N.  Cognitive processing strategies in reading. Journal of Education and Practice, 2(4), 79-86, (2011). Impact factor-7.15. -,
    2. National Publications:
      1 Behera, S. & Dash, M.  Stress and Spirituality among School Teachers. Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing, 6(3), 305-308, (2015). -,
      2 Dash, M. & Dash. U. N.  Information processing and the poor reader: Evidence for the developmental lag hypothesis. Indian Psychologist, 6(1&2), 85-93, (1989). -,
      3 Dash, M., Das, N., & Patra, S. K. Open-field placement and  place exploration by hippocampectomized rats. Indian Psychologist, 7(special issue), 85-90, (1990-94). -,
      4 Patnaik, N. & Dash, M. Effect of preschool education on cognitive abilities and academic achievement of primary school children. Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health, 3(5), (2009). -,
      5 Patnaik, N. & Dash, M.  Emotional intelligence and mental health of adolescents. Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health, 4(2), 79-83, (2010). -,
      6 Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M.  Personality differences among English medium and Odia medium school children. Social Science International, 28(1), 177-185, (2012). -,
      7 Behera, S. & Dash, M.  Stress and coping in school teachers as a function of gender and school type. International Journal of Educational Aspects, Management Studies and Applied Sciences, 2(5), 59-69, (2013). -,
      8 Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. Role of spiritual intelligence on emotional intelligence and mental health. Indian Journal of Positive Psychology, 6(3), 279-282, (2015). -,
    3. Review Articles:
  3. Conference Publication(Presented/Published in proceedings):
    1 Parida, D. & Dash, M. (2014). Relationship among emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and work motivation. Paper selected for presentation in the International Congress of Applied Psychology to be held in Paris, France in July,2014.
    2 Dash, M. (2015). Stress as a function of spirituality. Paper selected for presentation in the National Seminar on Stress and Its Effect on Health and Coping held in Indira Gandhi Women’s College, Cuttack, in March, 2015.
    3 Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Gender differences in feeling of insecurity in adulthood. Paper presented in the National Seminar on Perspectives on Women Empowerment in India held in Women’s college Khurda, in September, 2015.
    4 Dash, M. & Dash, U. N.  Cognitive processing strategies in reading. Paper presented in the International conference on  Early Childhood Communication held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in December, 1994.
    5 Dash, M. & Dash, U.N.  Information processing correlates of reading. Paper presented in the VIIIth National Congress of the National Academy of Psychology held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in December, 1997.
    6 Dash, M. & Dash, U. N.  Perceptual and conceptual planning in reading. Paper presented in  the National Seminar on  Reading Processes and Acquisition : Advances in Indian Research and Application held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University in  March, 1998.
    7 Patnaik, N. & Dash, M. Emotional Intelligence and Mental Health of Adolescents. Paper presented in the International Seminar on Adolescent Health held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in February, 2008.
    8 Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M. (2012). Personality differences among English medium and Odia medium school children. Paper presented in the 99th Indian Science Congress held in KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, in January, 2011.
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    1. Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Role of spiritual intelligence on emotional intelligence and mental health.Indian Journal of Positive Psychology, 6(3), 279-282.  ISSN-2229-4937. 

     

    1. Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Relationship among Mental Health, Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence in Male and Female Adults. Journal of Culture, Society and Development, 14(10), 10-16.,ISSN 2422-8400.
  1. Edited Books :
  2. Text Books :
    1 Dash, M. & Dash, U. N. (1998). Information processing correlates of reading. In U.N.Dash & U. Jain (eds) Perspectives in Psychology and Social Development (vol.1), New  Delhi : Concept Publishing Company, 304-315.
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  4. Research Books :
1 U.G.C. Junior and Senior Research Fellowships
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