Overview for Psychology of Wellbeing
The main thrust of this book is to specify the linkage between different domains of health and behaviour which stimulates the students of psychology and physiology to undertake researches in this new area. The glimpses into theory and research put forth into the contributions reveal the extensity of the domain and depth with in the scope of psychophysiology of Wellbeing. The convergence of â€˜wellbeingâ€™ along several related disciplines and its seeming applied importance in human welfare offer the researchers an avenue to further explore. Lot of work in Indian context has been initiated by researchers from outside universities under cross cultural research programs as well by indigenous research workers. The present volume "Psychology of Wellbring" encompasses such efforts covering wide range of variables in relation to wellbeing, therefore, arranged into eight parts â€“Bio-Psychosocial Indicators; gender difference and well-Being; Mental health and Personal Adjustment; Stress and Psychoneuro-immunology; Occupation and Health; Diseases and Interventions Indigenous Approach of well-Being; and Miscellaneous Studies â€“with a different focus in each.
Rajbir Singh (Author)
Rajbir Singh got his M.Sc. in Physics from Meerut Univeristy, Meerut and B.Ed. from Rajasthan University, Jaipur. He has long experience in teaching science and research. He has to his credit number of books and articles published in reputed journals. He is at present teaching Physics to Post-graduate students at Central School for Tibetans in Mussoorie in Uttranchal. He is presently working on a gigantic project focusing on modern organic / inorganic chemistry series.
Radhey Shyam (Editor)
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