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About the authors

Malavika Kapur

Prof. Malavika Kapur is currently teaches in the Department of Clinical Psychlogy of the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore. In the course of over three decades of clinical, teaching and research experience, she has been a clinical psychologist of the National health Services, Scotland, Senior Research Associate of the University of Edinburgh, and on the Faculty of KMC Hospital, Manipal. Professor Kapur has undertaken various projects on behalf of organizations and offered consultancies to the World Health Organization, the National Council of Educational Research in Training the Indian Council fo Medical Research, the Indian Council of Social Science Research and University Grants Commission. She is on the editorial committees of several Professional Journal. She has been awarded the Scholar in residency at the Study and conference Centre in Italy by the Rockefeller Foundation for the preparation of her book “ Mental Health in Indian Schools”. She is the author of two books, editor of three books, contribution of 20 chapters to books, and has more than 70 publications to her credit in the national and international journals. Her area of interest are developmental psychopathology and school mental health. She has initiated a project on Child Mental Health service delivery in rural areas utilizing available infrastructure in the settings such as primary health care, schools and anganawadis. She also writes fiction for children.

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Hemalata Mukundan

Hemalata Mukundan did M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Pune University. She did her Diploma in Medical and Social Psychology from the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore (erstwhile All India Institute of Mental Health). She did her Ph.D. in clinical Psychology from Bangalore University. Her thesis was entitled “Neruropsychological correlates of Schizophrenia (Unmada)”. She worked as an assistant Research Officer in Clinical Psychology in the Ayurvedic Research Unit (CCRAS) at NIMHANS, Bangalore. She is presently the Director of Labyrinth Mind Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore.

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Bibliographic information

Title Child Care in Ancient India from The Perspectives of Developmental Psychology and Paediatrics
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170307236
length xiii+216p., Tables; Appendices; Index; 22cm.