Academic journal article Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology

Editorial

Academic journal article Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology

Editorial

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Heartiest greetings and best wishes to the readers.

I am writing this editorial with an anxious heart - as we seem to have suffered a setback in terms of indexing of the Journal. The latest update of SCOPUS shows that the journal is not in their list, as it is inactive. However, our Executive Editor, Dr. Panch Ramalingam has assured us that this is not the case, the journal has been sent regularly to the SCOPUS office, and that he is communicating to the indexing authorities for restitution of the Journal status. I am personally thankful for his efforts.

After consulting the respected President and the Secretary of IAAP, we have decided to blacken the name of SCOPUS in this issue; hopefully it will be cleared by the time the next issue comes up. This issue was also delayed for this and some other technical reasons. I apologize for that.

As always this issue has diverse sections. We have two theoretical articles - both being a twist on a old theme. One is an interesting re-viewing of need hierarchy and the other on projective techniques used for pain research. Two empirical papers appear in the domain of cognitive psychology. One deals with mediation of metacognition for achievement in Iran. The other examines effects of aerobic exercise on reaction time during vigilance. …

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