International Journal of Applied Psychology

International Journal of Applied Psychology is a peer-reviewed international journal for all field of applied psychology related to the use of psychological principles and theories to overcome problems in other areas, such as mental health, business management, education, health, product design, ergonomics, and law.


Assistant Professor, UNIVERSITY OF CALCUTTA, India

Research Areas

Personality Psychology, Projective Psychology, Gerontology, Developmental and Clinical Psychology

Publications: Journals

[1]  Dasgupta, C., and Dasgupta, M.(2014).Maturity of the evolving self: Is it a function of age? – A quest through the positive lenses of Psychology, pp.77-102.
[2]  Ghosh, S.and Dasgupta, M.(2014).A comparative psychosocial exploration of personality correlates among drug addicts.Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol., 10, Issue 1, March, 96-108.
[3]  Das, J., Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal, N.(2014).Inter-generational differences in value profiles and personal meaning in life of lawyers and doctors.Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol., 10, Issue 1, March, 41-56.
[4]  Dasgupta, M.Gupta, P., Matilal, S., and Nandy, A.(2013).An idiographic approach of some destitute boys with their matched counterparts: A penetrative study through the projective lens.Journal of Psychometry, Jan-June, No.1, 19-31.
[5]  Sanyal, N., Chatterjee, M.and Dasgupta, M.(2013).A comparative study of military and non-military senior citizens in terms of certain psychosocial correlates.Journal of Positive Psychology.Vol.2, No.2, July, 117-145.
[6]  Dasgupta, M.(2013).The efficacy of dance/ movement therapy as revealed through the qualitative lens of SIS-II.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.20, No.2, July, 110-121.
[7]  Sanyal, N.and Dasgupta, M.(2012).The saga of a painful child-psyche in the projective imagery lens of CAT, FTT, and SIS.Journal of Psychometry, Vol.26, No.2, July-Dec., 8-20.
[8]  Sanyal, N., Chatterjee, S., Dasgupta, M.and Chatterjee, S.(2012).Aggression and related psychosocial correlates among offending and non-offending drivers: A therapeutic intervention.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.19, No.2, July, 97-106.
[9]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2011).Personality profiles of Indian children in the socio-economic status continuum: An in-depth exploration of projective responses.Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol.38, 1, March,17-29.
[10]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M.and Roy, R.(2011).Creativity in two-folds of conceptuality and practical reality: An educational angle.Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol.7, Issue II, September, 211-217.
[11]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2011).Emotional intelligence: The vehicle to well-being in relationship perspective.Everyman’s Science, Vol.XLV No.6, Feb-Mar, 373-376.
[12]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2011).Fairy Tale Test’s validation in two cases of orthopedically-challenged children.Journal of Psychometry, Vol.25, Jan-June 2011, No.1, 59-66.
[13]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M.and Agarwal, S.(2011).Penetrative interpretation of the inner self of a case through projective imagery: A comparative exploration.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.18, No.2, July, 155-164.
[14]  Shome, S.and Dasgupta, M.(2011).A focus into obesity: A comparative psychosocial probe of selected personality correlates.Indian Journal of Psychology and Education (IJPE), Vol.1, No.1, Jan., 81-95.
[15]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M.and Sinha, S.(2011).Generativity, attachment style, personal meaning in life and related psychosocial variables across the developmental trajectory: An exploratory study.Indian Journal of Psychology and Education (IJPE), Vol.1, No.1, Jan., 41-57.
[16]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2010).Proactive coping: A shield to burnout.Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, Vol.1, Issue 1-2, Sept.-Dec.2010, 25-29.
[17]  Chakraborty, B., Sanyal, N.and Dasgupta, M.(2010).A comparative probe of perfectionism and related personality variables in selected developmental phases.Journal of Psychometry, Vol.24, No.2, July-Dec., 44-55.
[18]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2009).If a child is in the ‘wing’ – do we ‘chill’ or we ‘sing’? Bengal Journal of Psychiatry, March-May, Vol.15, No.2, 5-20.
[19]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2009).Diagnostic value of the Fairy Tale Test as compared to Children’s Apperception Test: A case study.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.16, No.2, July, 160-165.
[20]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M.and Sinha, S.(2008).Loneliness, life satisfaction and adjustment of institutionalized and non-institutionalized aged women.Ageing and Society: The Indian Journal of Gerontology, Vol.XVIII, No.III & IV, July-Sep., Oct.-Dec, 27-42.
[21]  Chatterjee, S., Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal, N.(2008).Value profile of national cadet corps: A focus from the developmental perspective.Journal of Psychometry, Vol.XXII, July-Dec., No.2, 6-13.
[22]  Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal.N.(2008).Family, the chief catalyst in promoting children’s emotional well-being: A review.Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol.4, Issue 1, March, 48-63.
[23]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2008).A psychosocial study on cognitive emotion regulation, narcissism and perfectionism across selected clinical samples.Eastern Journal of Psychiatry, Vol.11, No.1 & 2, Feb-Aug., 27-34.
[24]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2008).Emotional regulation: Functional catalyst of current century in steering adaptability.Everyman’s Science, Vol.XLIII, No.1, April-May, pp.42-45.
[25]  Sanyal, N., Tiwari, J.and Dasgupta, M.(2007).Aggression assessment techniques: A review.Journal of Psychometry, January, No.1, 32-44.
[26]  Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal.N.(2007).Emotional Intelligence: The twenty-first century’s correlate of quality interpersonal relationships.Bengal Journal of Psychiatry.May, Vol.14, No.1, 47-59.
[27]  Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal.N.(2007).Relationship between controllability awareness and cognitive emotion regulation in selected clinical samples: A psychosocial perspective.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.14, No.1, January, 64-75.
[28]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2006).Psychosocial intervention: Key catalyst in the management of Alzheimer’s Disease.Indian Journal of Community Psychology, Vol.2 (1), March, 102-114.
[29]  Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal.N.(2006).A review of personality assessment techniques of children in India.Journal of Psychometry, Vol.XX, No.2, 22-36.
[30]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2006).Offending and non-offending drivers in Kolkata metropolis: A comparative psychosocial perspective.Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, Vol.22(1-2), 2006, 44-51.
[31]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M., Marinakis, D.and Doukas, O.(2006).Personality assessment of a child with emotional problems: A case study.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.13, No.2, July, 139-146.
[32]  Dasgupta, M.and Sanyal.N.(2005).Saving industrial resources: Therapeutic contributions of managers’ personalities.Journal of Applied Psychological Issues, Vol.11 (1)-Vol.11(2), 15-23.
[33]  Sanyal.N.and Dasgupta, M.(2005).Psychological Intervention for Oncological Patients (A Psycho-Oncological Approach).Journal of Psychometry, Vol.XIX, No.1, Jan., 1-13.
[34]  Sanyal, N., Dasgupta, M.and Chatterjee, M.(2005).Who’s afraid of Rorschach Inkblots? Projective studies in India: an end century assessment.SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, Vol.12, No.2, July, 107-114.