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M/S. Manaswini Dash

Manaswini Dash Name : 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

  • Personality
  • Social Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Testing
  • SPSS
  • Ph.D.
    • Pritimayee Senapati: “Role of Medium of Instruction on Cognitive and Personality dimensions of Children in Urban and Rural Settings”. Co-Superviser – Dr. Nirlipta Patnaik. Thesis Submitted in 2015.
  • M.Phil
    • No. of Students : 11 (Degree awarded)
7 Behera, S. & Dash, M.  Stress and Spirituality among School Teachers. Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing, 6(3), 305-308, (2015).
1 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).
2 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).
3 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).
4 Patnaik, N. & Dash, M.  Emotional intelligence and mental health of adolescents. Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health, 4(2), 79-83, (2010).
5 Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M.  Personality differences among English medium and Odia medium school children. Social Science International, 28(1), 177-185, (2012).
6 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).
9 Dash, M. & Dash & U. N.  Cognitive processing strategies in reading. Journal of Education and Practice, 2(4), 79-86, (2011). Impact factor-7.15.
10 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.
11 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.
12 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.
13 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.
14 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.

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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
  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 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.

1 U.G.C. Junior and Senior Research Fellowships

  • Teaching
    • P.G. LEVEL: Twenty five years
    • M.PHIL. LEVEL: Twenty-five years
    • P.G. DECE: Ten years
  • Research:  Ten years
  • Important Activities
    • Review editorials
    • Testing: Administration, scoring, and  interpretation of Psychological Tests; Test adaptation and standardization
    •  Computer:  Developed a computer programme for Admission into M.A. and M.Phil Courses of Utkal University which is being used successfully by the P.G. Department of Psychology, Utkal University since 2006.