Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mishra
New G-5, Jodhpur Colony, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 21 005
0542-236 9967, 0542-257 5348, 0941537 7380
|Sl. No.|| Degree|| Institution|| Year|
|1 ||P. G.|| Allahabad University ||1971|
|2 ||Ph.D.|| Allahabad University ||1978|
|3|| Any Other (Post-doc) ||Queen’s University, Canada ||1982-83|
A. Teaching experience (in years) : 42 years
B. Areas of specialization: Cross-cultural psychology, Cognition, Health, Acculturation and Intergroup Relations
C. Number of Ph. D. supervised: 22
D. Number of publications (National/International) : Books:3; Book chapters: 59; Research Papers: 86
E. Major publications (Selected)
1. Mishra, R. C. (2012). Hindu religious values and their influence on youths in India.
In G. Trommsdorff & X. Chen (Eds.), Values, religion, and culture in adolescent development (pp. 424-441). Oxford: Cambridge University Press.
2. Dasen, P.R., & Mishra, R.C. (2010). Development of geocentric spatial language and cognition: An eco-cultural perspective. Oxford: Cambridge University Press.
3. Mishra, R.C. (2001). Cognition across cultures. In D. Matsumoto (Ed.), Handbook of culture and psychology (pp. 119-135). New York: Oxford University Press.
4. Mishra, R.C. (1997). Cognition and cognitive development. In J.W. Berry, P.R. Dasen, & T.S. Saraswathi (Eds.), Handbook of cross-cultural psychology, Vol. 2 (pp. 147-179). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
5. Mishra, R.C., Sinha, D., & Berry, J.W. (1996). Ecology, acculturation and psychological adaptation: A study of Adivasis in Bihar. New Delhi: Sage.
F. Research projects: 03
G. Conference/symposia/seminars attended: In India: 85; Abroad: 24
H. Courses and papers taught: Social and Applied Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Psychology of Affective Processes, Psychology of Personality
I. Academic/ professional membership
Life member: Indian Science Congress Association; UP Psychological Association
Member: National Academy of Psychology, India; International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.
J. Administrative responsibilities held: Head of the Department (2002-2004); Co-director, Canadian Studies Development Program (1994-continued); Co-ordinator, Adacemic Staff College (1992-1994); President, National Academy of Psychology, India (2004-2005); Regional Representative of South Asia in International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (2006-2010).
K. Honors and awards received: 22