Indian Psychological Abstracts and Reviews disseminates relevant research based information in the form of abstracts and review articles in an attempt to reach researchers and professionals all over the world who often find it difficult to keep abreast with research conducted in India or those using Indian data. The journal provides a forum for psychologists to articulate their views on contemporary issues in psychology and related disciplines in India. It publishes articles that deal with concepts, methods and models emanating from and reflecting on Indian culture. The journal reviews a wide range of books by Indian and foreign scholars in the field. The journal includes abstracts of approximately 400 articles relating to general psychology; research methods and psychometrics; experimental psychology; physiological and comparative psychology; life span developmental psychology; social psychology; organisational behaviour and industrial psychology; personality; clinical psychology; educational psychology; psychology of disadvantage; women and family studies; and, cross-cultural and indigenous psychology.
Biranchi N Puhan
Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India