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Prof. Janak Pandey

Address

Office

Vice-Chancellor Central University of Bihar Hindi Bhavan,Chhajjubagh Patna 1 INDIA Tel.: +91 9335112445 E-Mail: [email protected] Date of Birth : June 10, 1945 Marital Status : Married

Residence

6, Hawa Ghar 37, Chatham Lines Allahabad ­ 211002 INDIA Tel.: 91-532-2641258

Education

Ph.D., 1974, Social Psychology, Kansas State University, Kansas, USA. M.A., 1964, Psychology, Patna University, Patna B.A. (Honors), 1962, Psychology, Ranchi University, Ranchi Current Position Vice-Chancellor Central University of Bihar, Patna (March 2009--).

Academic-Administrative Positions

Held previously Head, UGC Centre of Excellence for Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences & Co-ordinator Centre of Advanced Study in Psychology, Allahabad University (Feb 2002 - Feb 2009) Vice-Chancellor, Allahabad University, (May 31 ­ Oct 9, 2004) Pro Vice-Chancellor, Allahabad University, Sept. 2003 - May 31, 2004. Director, G. B. Pant Social Science ICSSR Institute, Allahabad, May 1996 ­ Jan. 2002. Dean, Faculty of Arts, Allahabad University, Nov. 1987 ­ Nov. 1990. Head, Dept. of Psychology, University of Allahabad, Jan. 1982 ­Jan. 1983, and Feb. 2002 ­ Feb. 2008. Academic Positions Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Allahabad University, March 1978 ­ continuing. (was on various deputation on other positions during this period) Assistant (Reader) Professor, Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Aug., 1974 - March, 1978. Lecturer, Patna University, Patna, Nov., 1964 - July, 1965; & Jan., 1966 ­ Aug., 1974. Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, Ranchi University, Ranchi, July, 1965 ­ Jan., 1966 Research Assistant, Dept. of Psychology, Ranchi University, Aug., 1964 ­ Oct., 1964.

Fellowship Honours & Awards

Recognition for Distinctive Achievements (Citation enclosed) by the Chancellor on his first visit (Sept. 2006) of the University of Allahabad after its Central Status in 2005.

Honorary Fellow, Awarded by the International Psychology in its Congress held in Greece, July 2006.

Distinguished Teacher Award of Allahabad University, 2003

Association

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Cross-cultural

National Fellowship, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, 1998.

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The Professor VKRV Rao Award in Psychology, 1989. Senior Commonwealth Fellowship, University of Manitoba, Canada, 1994. Professional Associate, East-West Centre, Hawaii, summer 1989. Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence & Visiting Professor, Wake Forest University, U.S.A., 19861987. Fulbright Doctoral Scholar, Dept. of Psychology, Kansas State University, 1971 - 1974. Patna University Gold Medal for the First Rank in M.A. Psychology, 1964. Ranchi University Merit Scholarship for the First Rank in B.A. Honours (Psychology) 1962.

Professional Membership

International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. International Association of Applied Psychology. Asian Association of Social Psychology. National Academy of Psychology (NAoP - India).

Positions held in Professional Societies International ­ Currently

Member, Executive Council, International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS). Member, Board of Directors, International Association of Applied Psychology. Advisor, Asian Association of Social Psychology

International ­ Past

President (1994-96); Deputy-Secretary General (1990-92; 1982-86) International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.

National ­ Currently

Advisor, National Academy of Psychology (NAoP - India).

National ­ Past

President, National Academy of Psychology (India), (2002). Treasurer, National Academy of Psychology (India), (1989 - 91).

Membership of Committees/Council

Wide experiences of Chairing and Membership of various Committees related to planning, development, and Review work at the University, National / International level. Member, Indian Council of Social Science Research (1998-2001); Member, Psychology Panel of the University Grants Commission; Member, various national level Committees of ICPR, NCERT and Member, the IX Plan Committee for Program Evaluation, Planning Commission, Govt. of India.

International Academic Experience

In addition to experiences as Fullbright doctoral student in USA, Visiting Professor under the Fulbright and Commonwealth programs in U.S.A. and Canada, and as a participant in International Conferences (held in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Belgium, U.K., Poland, Canada, U.S.A., Mexico, Nepal, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, Newzealand, Greece ,Australia, etc.), the following are specially mentioned:

· Developed University of Allahabad ­ University of Dundee (Scotland) Collaboration with support of the UGC ­ British Council link Program. The program was formalized on Oct 13th 2004, at Dundee in presence of Principal Collaborators (Prof. Nicholas Hopkins and Janak Pandey), the Counsel General of India ­ Edinburgh Mr. P.S. Randhawa, and senior scholars and dignitaries of the University of Dundee. A major project with support of the Economic and Social Research Council (U.K.) is in progress. Represents India in the General Assembly of the International Union of Psychological Sciences. In Beijing, China(Aug 2004), successfully achieved India's membership in the Union after a gap of 20 years.

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Organized a symposium "Psychology in India: Its Past, Present and Future" on behalf of the Indian Council of Social Science Research, International Congress of Psychology, August 8-13 2004, Beijing, China. Co-Chair of the meeting of the Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternatives in Development, The Hague, The Netherlands, May 28 - June 1, 2001. Leader of the ICSSR Delegation of Social Sciences to Vietnam & Co-Chair of the Joint Commission Meeting, Hanoi, Sept. 2000. Represented the International Union of Psychological Sciences at the UNESCO Committee on Data for Science and Technology, Nov. 13-14, 1998, New Delhi. Member, Indian National Commission of UNESCO and UNESCO Social Science sub Commission, 1998-99. Member, Indo-Russian Joint Commission for Social Commission's Meeting held in Moscow, Oct. 1999. Sciences and attended the Joint

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Teaching Interest

Courses developed and taught at Allahabad University, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Wake Forest University, and University of Manitoba. Undergraduate Courses: Social Psychology & Cross-Cultural Psychology. Graduate (Master & Ph. D.) Courses: Theories of Social Psychology, Applied Social Psychology & Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Research Perspective & Interest

Socio-cultural perspective for understanding social behaviour: Contemporary (economic & environmental) issues & development processes; Social influence process.

Editorial and Review Work

Has earlier served as: Associate Editor, Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology; Cross-cultural Psychology Monograph. Consulting Editor, Pakistan Journal of Psychology, Indian Psychological Abstracts and Reviews, Journal of Social Psychology. Chairman of the Editorial Advisory Committee for the Third and the Fourth Surveys of Psychology Research in India, sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi. Currently Consulting Editor : Psychology & Developing Societies. Asian Journal Of Social Psychology. Psychological Studies.

Publications

Books Srinivasan, N., Kar, B.R. & Pandey, J. (In Press). Advances in Cognitive Science, (Vol. 2) New Delhi: Sage Publication. Srinivasan, N., Gupta, A.K. & Pandey, J. (2008). Advances in Cognitive Science, (Vol. 1) New Delhi: Sage Publication. Thapa, K., Aalsvoort, G. & Pandey, J. (2008). Perspectives on Learning Disabilities in India: Current Practices and Prospects, New Delhi: Sage Publication. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (2004) Psychology in India Revisited: Developments in the Discipline: Applied Social and Organizational Psychology, (Vol. 3) New Delhi: Sage Publication. Pant, S. K. & Pandey, J. (2004) Social development in rural India, Jaipur: Rawat Publisher. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (2002) Social Development. New Delhi: Ashish Publishing House. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (2001) Psychology in India Revisited: Developments in the Discipline: Personality and Health Psychology, (Vol. 2) New Delhi: Sage Publications. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (2000) Psychology in India Revisited: Developments in the Discipline: Physiological Foundation and Human Cognition, (Vol. 1) New Delhi: Sage Publishers.

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Berry, J.W., Poortinga, Y., & Pandey, J. (Eds.) (1996) Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology : Theory and Method. (vol. 1), Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Pandey, J., Sinha, D., & Bhawuk, D.P.S. (Eds.) (1996) Asian contributions to cross-cultural psychology. New Delhi: Sage Publications. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (1988) Psychology in India : The State-of-the-art. Vol. 1 Personality, and Mental Processes. Vol. 2. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. Vol. 3 Organizational Behavior and Mental Health. New Delhi: Sage Publications. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (1988) Social Reality : Perspective and Understanding. New Delhi: Concept Publishers. Pandey, J. (Ed.) (1981) Perspective on experimental social psychology in India. New Delhi: Concept Publishers.

Research Papers/Chapters in Edited Volumes

Adair, J. G., Kashima, Y., Maluff, M. R., & Pandey, J. (in press). Beyond Indigenization: International Dissemination of Research by Majority-World Psychologists. In A. Gari, & K. Mylkonas (Eds.). Quod Erat Demonstrandum (Q.E.D.): from Heroditus' ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research. Atropus Editions: Athens, Greece. Pandey ,J.(2007) Perspectives shaping development of Social psychology in India. In Liu, Ward, Bernado, karasawa, & Fischer (Eds.) Contributions to Asian social psychology. Wellington: Marshall & Cavendish Pandey, J. (2006) Profile of family in India. In Georges, J. Berry, J., Fons van de Vrijer, F., Poortnga, Y., Kagitaibasi, C. (Eds.):Families across cultures: A 30-nations psychological study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pandey, J. (2004) Psychology in India enters the twenty-first Century: Movement toward an indigenous discipline. In J. Pandey (Ed.) Psychology in India revisited: Developments in the discipline (vol. 3), New Delhi: Sage. Pandey, J. (2000) Perception of Poverty: Socio-psychological Dimensions. In A.K. Mohanty and G. Mishra (Eds.) Psychology of Poverty and Disadvantage, New Delhi: Concept. Pandey, J. (1999) Socio-Cultural Dimensions of experience and consequences of crowing. In J.C. Lasry, J. Adair, and K. Dion (Eds.) Latest Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse, : Swets and Zeitlinger. Pandey. J. (1998) Development of Psychology in India. In A.F. Kazdin (ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology. N.Y. Oxford University Press. Pandey, J. (1996) Coda. In J. Pandey, D. Sinha, & D.P.S. Bhawuk (Eds.) Asian Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology. New Delhi: Sage. Gupta, A. & Pandey, J. (1996) Perceived socio-cultural causes of non-reporting of crimes in India. In J. Pandey, D. Sinha, & D.P.S. Bhawuk (Eds.), Asian Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology. New Delhi: Sage. Singh, P. & Pandey, J. (1994) Distributive decisions as a function of recipient's need performance variations and caste of allocator. In M. Bouvy, F.J.R. Vade Vijiver, Pawel Baski & Paul Schmitz (Eds.) Journeys into Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse : Swets & Zeitlinger. Pandey, J. (1990) Attention of causality and perceived solutions of social problems. In A. Halim Othman & Wan Rafaei Abdul Rahman (Eds.), Psychology and socio-economic development. Bangi, Malaysia : UKM, 130-136. Pandey, J. (1990) Environment, Culture and Behavior. In R. Brislin (Ed.) Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology. Newbury Park : Sage Publications. Pandey, J. (1988) Emerging trends in the eighties : Psychology in India. In J. Pandey (Ed.), Psychology in India : The State-of-the-art, (Vol. 3). New Delhi: Sage Publication.

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Pandey, J. (1988) Social influence processes. In J. Pandey (Ed.), Psychology in India : The Stateof-the-art, (Vol. 2) New Delhi: Sage Publications. Williams, J. E., Pandey, J., Best, D., Kelly, R., Morton, K., & Pande, N. (1987). Young adult's view of old adults in India and the United States. In C. Kagitcibasi (Ed.), Growth and Progress in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse : Swets & Zeitlinger B.V. Pandey, J. (1986) Socio-cultural perspective on ingratiation. In B. Maher & W. Maher (Eds.), Progress in Experimental Personality Research, (Vol. 14) New York: Academic Press. Pandey, J. (1986) Social Psychology : History or Science? In R. Parikh, R. Jamindar & R.N. Mehta (Eds.), New Perspectives of History, Ahmedabad : Gujrat Vidyapith. Pandey, J., & Singh A.K. (1985) Social psychological responses to perceived and objective indicators of poverty in India. In I.R. Lagunes & Y.H. Poortinga (Eds.), From a different perspective : Studies of behavior across cultures. Holland, Lisse : Swets & Zeitlinger, B.V. Pandey, J. (1985) Perspectives on cross-cultural psychology research. In S.K. Pal & P.C. Saxena (Eds.), Quality control of educational research. New Delhi: Metropolitan Book Co. Sinha, Y., Tripathi, R.C., & Pandey, J. (1982) Socio-cultural variation in Machiavellianism. In R. Rath, H.S. Asthana, D. Sinha, & J.B.P. Sinha (Eds.), Diversity and unity in cross-cultural psychology. Holland, Lisse : Swets & Zeitlinger B.V. Pandey, J., & Kakkar, S. (1982) Cross-cultural difference and similarities in ingratiation tactics as social influence and control mechanisms. In R. Rath, H.S. Asthana, D. Sinha & J.B.P. Sinha (Eds.), Diversity and unity in cross-cultural psychology. Holland, Lisse : Swets & Zeitliner B.V. Pandey, J. (1981) Ingratiation as a social behavior. In J. Pandey (Ed.), Perspective on experimental social psychology in India : New Delhi: Concept Publishers. Pandey, J. (1977) Social-psychological controversies on intelligence testing. In B. De and D. Sinha (Eds.), A perspective of psychology in India. Allahabad: University of Allahabad. Pandey, J., & Khan, M.E. (1976) Role of content exposer on attitudes towards a course on population studies. In S. Nagda (Ed.), Proceeding of the national seminar on population education. Tirupati, S.V. University.

Book Review

Pandey, J. (2003) Review of Karen H., Christine, G., & Ann, P. (Eds.), Standpoints and Differences: Essays in the Practice of Feminist Psychology. Indian Psychological Abstracts & Reviews, 10 (2), 485-487. Pandey, J. (1996) Social Psychology across cultures: Analysis and perspectives. London: Harvester Wheat sheaf. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Pandey, J. (1991) Organizational behavior research in India. Psychology and Developing Societies. 3(2), 235-240.

Research Papers

Ruback, R.B., Kohli, N. & Pandey, J. (In Press). Intergroup Perception in India: Religion, Politics, and Prejudice at the Magh Mela. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. Jain, U. & Pandey, J. (2008). Cultural context of world views and human-environment relationship. Psychological Studies. Ruback, R.B., Pandey, J. & Kohli, N. (2008). Evaluations of a sacred Place: Role and religious belief at the Magh Mela. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 28, 174-184. Cassidy, C., Hopkins, N., Levine, M., Pandey, J., Reicher, S. & Singh, P. (2007).Social identity and collective behaviour: Some lessons from Indian research at the Magh Mela at Prayag. Psychological Studies, 52,4, 286-292. The Prayag Magh Mela Research Group*(2007). Living the Magh Mela at Prayag: Collective identity, collective experience and the impact of participation in a Mass event. Psychological Studies, 52,4, 293-301.

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The Prayag Magh Mela Research Group*. (2007). Revisiting research practice in India. Psychological Studies, 52, 4,302-310. The Prayag Magh Mela Research Group* ( 2007). Experiencing the Magh Mela at Prayag: Crowds, categories and social relations. Psychological Studies, 52, 4, 311-319. Singh, P., Reicher, S., Pandey, J., Levine, M., Hopkins, N., & Cassidy, C.(2007). First steps towards a social psychology of collective experience at the Prayag Magh Mela, Psychological Studies, 52,4, 330-331. * These papers are outcome of Allahabad ­ Dundee Collaborative project and outcome of a collective work of participants in the project. Pandey, J. & Singh, P. (2005) Social psychology in India: Social roots and development. International Journal of Psychology.40 (4), 239-253. Siddiqui, R.N. & Pandey, J. (2003) Coping with Environmental Stressors by Urban Slum Dwellers. Environment & Behaviour, 35(5), 589-604. Siddiqui, R.N. & Pandey, J. (2003) Coping with Poverty by an Urban Poor Minority Group. Psychological Studies, 48 (3), 66-71. Ruback, B., Pandey, J., Begum, H., Tariq, N., and Kamal, A. (2001) Reactions to Environmental Stressors: Gender Differences in the Slums of Dhaka and Islamabad', Journal of CrossCultural Psychology, 33, (1), 100-119. Pandey, J.& Siddiqui, R.N (2001) Perception of Economic and Environmental Stressors by Urban Slum Dwellers, Psychology and Developing Societies, 13, (1), 93-103. Pandey, J., Varma, M. & R. Ruback (2000) Perceived Crowding in Indian Classrooms: The effects of age, gender, and household density. Psychology and Developing Societies, 12, 2, 139154. Pandey. J. (1998) Environment in the Indian Context: Socio-Psychological Issues and Research Indian Psychological Abstracts and Reviews, 5, (2), 205-234. Pandey. J. (1998) Obituary: Professor Durganand Sinha (1922-1998), Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology,29, (6), 691-694. Pandey, J., & Singh, P. (1997) Allocation criterion as a function of situational factors and caste. Journal of Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 19(1), 121-132. Ruback, R.B., Pandey J., & Begum, H. (1997) Urban stressors in South Asia: Impact on male and female pedestrians in Delhi and Dhaka. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 28(1), 23-43. Ruback, R.B., & Pandey, J. (1996) Gender differences in reaction to household crowding : Affiliation and stress in rural India. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26(5), 417-436. Nanda-Biswas, U., & Pandey, J. (1996) Mobility and perception of socio-economic status among tribal and caste groups. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 27(2), 200-215. Adair, J., Pandey, J., Begum, H., & Puhan, B.N. (1995) Indigenization and development of the discipline : Perceptions and opinions of Indian and Bangladeshi psychologists. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 26(4), 392-407. Ruback, B.R., & Pandey, J. (1992) Very hot and really crowded : Quasi-experimental investigations of Indian "tempos". Environment and Behavior. 24(4), 527-554. Pandey, J., & Sinha, Y. (1991) Toward psychological conceptualization of fundamentalism. The Indian Journal of Social Science, 4(3), 347-358. Ruback, B.R., & Pandey, J. (1991) Crowding, perceived control, and relative power : An analysis of households in India. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 21(4), 345-374. Singh, A.K., & Pandey, J. (1991) Psychological factors in social mobility. The Indian Journal of criminology & criminalistics. 11(1-2), 43-52. Singh, A.K., & Pandey, J. (1990). Psychology of Poverty. The Indian Journal of Social Work, 51(4), 624-632. Singh, A.K., & Pandey, J. (1990) Social support as a moderator of poverty-coping relationship. Journal of social psychology, 130(4), 533-541.

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Pandey, J., & Singh, P. (1989) Reward allocation as function of resources availability, recipients' needs and performance. Psychology monographs : Genetic, Social and General, 115(4), 169481. Nagar, D., Pandey, J., & Paulus, P.B. (1988) The effects of residential crowding experience on reactivity to laboratory crowding and noise. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 18, 14231442. Pandey, J., & Singh, R.P. (1988) Losing a base of power through routinized rewards. Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers. 13(1), 63-67. Pandey, J., & Singh, P. (1987) Effects of Machiavellianism, other enhancement and power position on affect, power feeling, and evaluation of ingratiator. Journal of Psychology, 121(3), 287300. Pandey, J., Bisht, S., & Rani, S. (1987) Children's donation as a function of age, gender, and resources. Psychological Studies, 32(1), 9-14. Rastogi, R., & Pandey, J. (1987) A simulated study of the need-fulfilment as a function of organizational bureaucratic structure, size of organization and management position. Indian Journal of Current Psychological Research, 2(1), 7-14. Pandey, J., & Nagar, D. (1987) Experience of indwelling and out dwelling crowding and social psychological consequence. Social Science International. 3(1), 1-9. Nagar, D., & Pandey, J. (1987). Affect and performance on cognitive task as a function of crowding and noise. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 17(2), 147-157. Pandey, J., & Singh, A.K. (1986) Attribution and evaluation of manipulative social behaviour. The Journal of Social Psychology, 126(6), 735-744. Pandey, J., & Bohra, K.A. (1986) Attraction and evaluation as the function of ingratiating style of a person. Social Behavior and Personality, 14(1), 23-28. Pandey, J., & Bohra, K.A. (1986) Ingratiation in formalized and personalized organizations. The Journal of Social and Economic Studies, 3(1), 37-51. Singh, R.P., & Pandey, J. (1986) Leadership styles, control strategies and personal consequences. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 22(1), 41-58. Singh, A.K., & Pandey, J. (1985) Dimensions of coping with socio-economic problems. Social Change, 15(1), 51-54. Pandey, J. (1985) The Social Scientist in India. Social Sciences Newsletter, 70(3), 185-188. Bohra, K.A., & Pandey, J. (1984) Ingratiation toward strangers, friends, and bosses. The Journal of Social Psychology, 122, 217-222. Pandey, J., & Bohra, K.A. (1984) Ingratiation as a function of organizational characteristics and supervisory styles. International Review of Applied Psychology, 33, 381-394. Pandey, J., Sharma, U., & Bohra, K.A. (1983) Perceived democracy in nomination, election and rotation methods of leader selection. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 18(4), 613-618. Pandey, J., Sinha, Y., Prakash, A., & Tripathi, R.C. (1982) Right-left political ideologies and attribution of causality to poverty. European Journal of Social Psychology, 12, 327-331. Pandey, J., Kakkar, S., & Bohra, K.A. (1982) The functional perception of poverty in India. The Journal of Social Psychology. 117, 149-150. Williams, J.E., Best, D.L., Haque, A., Pandey, J. & Verma, R.K. (1982) Sex-trait stereotypes in India and Pakistan. Journal of General Psychology, 111, 167-181. Pandey, J., & Kakkar, S. (1982) Supervisor's affect, attraction, and positive evaluation as a function of other enhancement. Psychological Reports, 50, 479-486. Pandey, J. (1981) A note about social power through ingratiation among workers. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 54, 65-67. Pandey, J. (1981) Ingratiation tactics in India. The Journal of Social Psychology, 113, 147-148. Pandey, J. (1981) Effects of Machiavellianism and degree of organizational formalization. Psychologia, 24, 41-46.

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Pandey, J. (1980) Ingratiation as expected and manipulative behavior in Indian society. Social Change, 10(3), 15-17. Sinha, Y., Jain, U.C., & Pandey, J. (1980) Attribution of causality to poverty. Journal of Social and Economic Studies, 8(3), 349-359. Pandey, J. (1980) Authoritarianism. Seminar, 255, 12-15. Pandey, J. (1979) Social participation as a function of internal-external control of reinforcement. Journal of Social Psychology, 107, 285-286. Pandey, J. (1979) Effects of benefactor and recipient status on helping behavior. The Journal of Social Psychology, 18, 171-176. Pandey, J., & Rastogi, R. (1979) Machiavellianism and ingratiation. The Journal of Social Psychology, 108, 221-225. Pandey, J., & Tewari, N.B. (1979) Locus of control and achievement values of entrepreneurs. The Journal of Occupational Psychology, 52, 107-111. Pandey, J. (1978) Effects of crowding on human social behavior. Journal of Social and Economic Studies, 5(1), 37-41. Pandey, J. (1978) Dependency similarity, attraction, and perceived helpfulness. Social Behavior and Personality, 6(1), 37-41. Pandey, J. (1978) Ingratiation : A review of literature and relevance of its study in organizational setting. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 13(3), 381-393. Pandey, J., & Ram, N. (1978) Changes in locus of control of upper and lower caste students. The Journal of Social Psychology, 14, 297-298. Pandey, J., & Rastogi R. (1978) Intolerance of ambiguity and response to attitude similaritydissimilarity. Psychologia, 21, 104-106. Pandey, J. (1977) Effects of leadership role playing on dependence proneness responses. Journal of Social and Economic Studies, 5(1), 111-116. Pandey, J., & Griffitt, W. (1977) Benefactor's nurturance need, recipient's dependency and the effect of number of petential helpers on helping behavior. Journal of Personality, 45, 79-99. Pandey, J., & Khan, M.E. (1977) Social action as a function of internal-external control of reinforcement. The Journal of Social Psychology, 103, 305-306. Pandey, J. (1976) Effect of leadership style, personality characteristics and method of leader selection on members' and leader's behavior. European Journal of Social Psychology, 6, 475489. Pandey, J., & Khan, M.E. (1976) Effect of persuasive communication on acceptance of a course on population dynamics. The Journal of Social Psychology, 100, 319-320. Sinha, J.B.P., & Pandey, J. (1975) Reinforcement and model's efficiency as factors in decision making of dependence prone persons. Indian Journal of Psychology, 50(1), 49-57. Pandey, J., & Griffitt, W. (1974) Attraction and helping. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 3(2), 123-124. Sinha, J.B.P., & Pandey, J. (1972) Processes of decision making in dependence-prone persons. Journal of Psychological Researches, 16(1), 35-37. Sinha, J.B.P., & Pandey, J. (1971) Dependence-prone persons under congruent and incongruent expectations. Indian Journal of Psychology, 46(1), 13-29. Sinha, J.B.P., & Pandey, J. (1970) Retention of experimentally induced changes in dependence proneness as a function of social support. Indian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 4, 6063. Sinha, J.B.P., & Pandey, J. (1970) Strategies of high n-Ach persons. Psychologia, 13, 210-216. Pandey, J., & Sinha, J.B.P. (1968) Dependence proneness and perceived problems of adjustment. Journal of Psychological Researches, 12(3), 104-119.

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Important Invited / Keynote Lectures and Participations at Professional Meetings

National Psychology of future and future of Psychology, XIVth Annual Conference of National Academy of Psychology, IIT, Kharagpur, Feb. 26-28, 2004. Presided and Delivered Presidential address titled `Psychology in India: Past, Present and Future'. and over the 12th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Psychology, Kollam, Kerala, October 22-24, 2001. Seminar on "Understanding Social Influence Processes", as a Visiting Scholar at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, June 18-22, 2001. Psychology, Social Policy and Social Development. XIth Annual Conference. National Academy of Psychology, Andhra University, Viskhapatnam, December 14-16, 2000. Retrospects and Prospects: Psychology Research at the Turn of the Century in the Tenth Annual Conference of NAOP, from December 3-5, 1999 held at Lucknow. Opening Lecture in a seminar on `Development of Tribals and Native Peoples in India and Canada, Canadian Studies Development Programme, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, February 12-13, 2000. Social Psychological Aspects of Health and Illness; Dept. of Psychology, Delhi University, Delhi, Feb. 27, 1999. Cross-Cultural Psychology Perspectives on Cultures in Contact. Indo-Russian Seminar on Intercultural Understanding and Development, G. B. Pant Social Science Inst., Allahabad, November 5-6, 1998. Culture and Behaviour in Cross-Cultural Tradition. Presented in the National Seminar on Culture and Behaviour. Dept. of Psychology, Delhi University, December 28-30, 1997. Social Psychological Perspectives on Poverty: presented in a symposium on Psychology of Poverty and Disadvantage : A Fresh Look. The 8th Congress of the National Academy of Psychology, Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar. December 18-20, 1997. Trends in Psychological theories and research in India, Delhi University, April 30, 1997. Indigenizing Social Science Research, at the ICSSR Sponsored Research Methodology Workshop, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow, January 6, 1997. Changing Perspective on Understanding Culture-Behaviour Relationship, VII National Academic of Psychology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, 13-15 December, 1996. Gender differences in reaction to household crowding : Affiliation and stress in rural India. Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology, New Delhi, December 1993. Indigenization : Issues and impediments. National Academy of Psychology, Bhubneshwar, October 12-14, 1991. Crowding and perceived control. National seminar on Environment and Behavior Challenges and possibilities. Barkatullah University, Bhopal, March 23-25, 1991. Application of Psychology for environmental improvement. National Seminar on `Deprivational environment and psychological services', April 5-7,1990, Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. Historical approach in study of ingratiation. National Seminar on `History and social sciences, Gujrat Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad, October, 1985. Coping with objective and perceived poverty. National Seminar on `Poverty and Development', A.N.S. Institute of Social Studies, Patna, April, 1984. Experimental paradigm and social psychological theories. Symposium on `Basic aspect of research design in social science.' Indian Science Congress Association, Hyderabad, 1979. Machiavellianism, competitive/non-competitive job interview and ingratiation tactics. Indian Science Congress Association, Ahmedabad, 1978.

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Locus of control and a-Achievement of entrepreneurs. Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, Kharagpur, 1976. The role of environmental factors on human development and behavior. Indian Science Congress Association, Waltaire, 1976.

International

State of the Art Invited Address. Environmental Stressors: The context of South Asia XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin ­ July 2008. Valedictory Address. The VIII International Conference on Asian Youth and Childhoods, organized by the International Sociological Association, Lucknow, Nov. 22-24, 2007.

Inaugural Address. International Seminar on Problems of elderly people in India and Canada. Canadian Studies Programme: Banaras Hindu University, Feb. 26-27, 2008

Keynote Address: Stigmatized and marginalized: Identity and Coping. The 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece,July,2006. Keynote Address: Perspectives shaping development of social psychology in India.The 6th Congress of Asian Association of Social Psychology ,Wellington,Newzealand, ,April-2005. Comparative study of Human Diversity: Royal Methodological Road. Graduate Centre, City, City University, NY, Oct. 19, 2004. Keynote Address: `Migration to three capital cities in South Asia: Motivations, Satisfaction, and Social Networks', South East Asia Regional Conference on Scientific and Applied Psychology, December 17-20, 2001. Cultural Continuity and Changes among the Suriname Hindustanis settled in the Netherlands, International Seminar on Indian Diaspora: Migrants of the Bhojpuri Region, G.B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad January, 9-11, 2001 Perspective Social Status and Socio-economic Mobility in the Indian Context', in the symposium on `Social Class in Cultural Research theory, method and case studies'. The 14th Congress, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bellingham, U.S.A., August 3-7, 1998. Perception and Coping with environmental stressors in the South Asian Context' invited address by the Division of Psychology and National Development. The 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, Aug. 9-14, 1998 Contemporary Issues of Cross-Cultural Psychology (Series of Lectures), Dept. of Psychology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, July 1-30, 1998. Experience and coping with Environmental Stressors in South Asia. Congress of Psychology for Professionals in the Americas, Mexico, July 27-August 2, 1997. Presidential Address. 13th Congress, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Montreal, Canada, Aug., 1996. Gender differences in reaction to crowding : Studies from South Asia. In a symposium on "Psychological effects of environment stressors". 26th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada, Aug., 1996. Environmental issues in Indian context. The Eco-ethical Symposium, Kirkel, (organized by University of Saarland), Germany, July 29-Aug. 2, 1994. Socio-cultural Dimensions of Poverty. Invited Lecture. The 12th International Congress of IACCP. Pamplona, Spain, July, 1994. Applications of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Round Table organized by ARIC and IACCP. The eleventh International Congress of IACCP, Leige, Belgium, July, 1992. Distributive decisions as a function of recipients' need performance variations and caste of allocator. The eleventh International Congress of IACCP, Leige, Belgium, July 1992. Allocation criterion as a function of situational factors and caste. International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, Belgium, July, 1992.

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Psychosocial issues of environment and research in the Indian context. Workshop on "Psychosocial issues of global environmental conditions and change" organized by the IUPsys and Malaysian Psychological Association, Kulalumpur, February 27-March 2, 1992. Crowding, perceived control, and relative power : An analysis of households in India. Tenth International Congress of IACCP, Nara, Japan, July, 1990. Individualism and collectivism and norms for distribution of resources. Workshop on Individualism and Collectivism, Seoul, Korea, July, 1990. Reward allocation as a function of resource availability. The Regional Conference of IACCP, Amsterdam, June, 1989. Residential crowding in India: Its social psychological consequence. The 24th International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, September, 1988. Cultural identity and imbalances in cross-cultural psychology. The Ninth International Congress of IACCP, Newcastle. Australia, August, 1988. Social psychological responses to perceived and objective indicators of poverty in India. The Seventh International Congress of IACCP, Acapulco, Mexico, August, 1984. Developmental and social psychological determinants of helping behavior. The Twenty-third International Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico, September, 1984. Leadership style and control strategies in an organization of developing country. Third Regional Conference of IACCP, Bangi, Malaysia, May, 1983. Attribution of causality and perceived solution of social problems. Third Regional Conference of the International Association of IACCP, Bangi Malaysia, May, 1983. Effects of perceived characteristics of the organizations, status of respondents and target persons on ingratiation. The 20th International Congress of IAAP, Edinburgh, July, 1982. Effects of other-enhancement Machiavellianism, and power-position on affect, power feelings and evaluation of ingratiator. The 20th International Congress of IAAP, Edinburgh, U.K., July, 1982. Effects of age, sex, birth order, model's amount of donation and model's justification of behavior on helping. International Conference on pro-social Behavoior, Nags Head Conference Centre, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, U.S.A., May, 1982. Cross-cultural similarities in ingratiation tactics as social influence mechanisms. The 5th International Congress of IACCP, Bhubaneshwar, December, 1980. Study of sex-trait stereotypes in India. The 5th International Congress of IACCP, Bhubaneshwar, December, 1980. Social Power through ingratiation. Sympoisum on power and control mechanism. The 19th Congress of International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), Munich, Germnay, JulyAugust, 1978. Participated in a Seminar on Test Construction in Developing Countries, organized by Free University, Amsterdam, Holland, June-July, 1976. Benefactor's nurturance need and helping. Symposium on prosocial motivation, the 21st International Congress of Psychology, Paris, France, July, 1976. Changes in locus of control of upper and backward castes students. The Third International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), Tilburg University, Holland, July, 1976. Attraction and helping. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, 1973.

Chairperson/Organizer of Symposium/Workshop

Organized a Symposium on Professionalism and Professional Institutions of Psychology in India. XIV Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology in India. IIT, Kharagpur, Feb. 26-28, 2004. Presidential Symposium "Ethical standard issues in cross-cultural research : Revisited" 13th Congress of the International Association of Cross Cultural Psychology, Montreal, Canada, Aug., 1996.

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Convenor & Chairman of Symposium "Poverty and deprivation : Psychological and Social consequences". The 26th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada, Aug.,1996. Organized a workshop on Indigenous psychology : How to evaluate its developments? Fourth Asian Regional Congress of IACCP, Kathmandu, Nepal, January, 3-7, 1992. Organized a symposium on Cross-cultural perspectives on crowding and behavior. The Tenth International Congress of IACCP, Nara, Japan, July, 1990. Organized a symposium on Cultural identity and nature of theory and research in cross-cultural psychology. The Ninth International Congress IACCP, Newcastle Australia, August, 1988. Workshop on social influence processes in social and organizational contexts. The 20th International Congress of IAAP, Edinburgh, Scotland, July, 1982. Symposium on sex-stereotypes around the world (Co-organizer with J.E. Williams). The fifth International Congress of IACCP, Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar, December,1980. ICSSR Workshop on experimental social psychology in India. Dept. of Psychology, University of Allahabad, December,1979. Symposium on a cross-cultural perspective of manipulative social behavior. The International Congress of IACCP, Munich, Germany, July, 1978. Fourth

Colloquium Speaker

At the following institutions: Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Andhra University, Waltair. University of Madras, Madras. M.S. University, Baroda. Lucknow University, Lucknow. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. Kanpur University, Kanpur. A.N.S. Institute of Social Studies, Patna. Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar. Rajasthan University, Jaipur. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. University of Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Wake Forest University, Winston, North Carolina. University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California. Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina. New School of Social Research, New York. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. City University ,NY

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