Bhavana Arya

Bhavana Arya
Manipal University Jaipur · Department of Psychology

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Employees are very valuable resource of any organization and especially the committed employees. Thus, exploring organizational commitment and its correlates is of immense importance. Current study attempts to explore the relationship between organizational commitment and self efficacy and the moderating effect of gender role orientation. Results s...
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Well-being is defined as a person is said to have high [subjective well-being] if she or he experiences life satisfaction and frequent joy, and only infrequently experiences unpleasant emotions such as sadness or anger. Contrarywise, a person is said to have low [subjective well-being] if she or he is dissatisfied with life, experiences little joy...
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Individuals indicate comparatively high persistence levels in their work when they seem to clearly comprehend their task at hand, the resources attached to it and the goal. Many might assume that having the intelligence, skill and talent benefit the cause to fulfil a given task or to deal with the current situation. But along with the basics, it al...
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Existing research in environmental psychology suggests that humans are conscious of the impact that their actions have on the environment. However, a corresponding change is yet to be seen in the voluntary adoption of pro-environmental behaviour by the Indian population. While there is an overall improvement in the ecological consciousness, we need...
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Food is an integral part of our lifestyle and it has been realized that food affects all aspects of our being. It has also been a topic of research that food affects our cognitive functioning. The current study aimed to recognize nutritional deficiencies in children from the age 8-11 years. 141 children deficient in vitamin B12, iron, folic acid an...
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Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) is a recent addition to the field of exposure therapies. Cognitive Drill Therapy (Kumar, 2017; Jain, 2016; Kumar et al. 2012) is based on verbal exposure to the phobic stimulus. The time perspective of the feared consequences which are mostly irrational in nature is changed from future to present. Among the anxiety dis...
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Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) relies on verbal exposure to feared disastrous consequences. The cognition of feared outcomes are generated and then time perspective of feared cognition is changed into the present or past which is required to be repeated many times until there is substantial drop in the felt anxiety. This form of exposure has yielded...
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Fear of public speaking is a highly prevalent condition that can adversely affect the social and occupational life of an individual. Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) is a new approach to the treatment of stimulus bound anxiety. CDT utilizes the basic tenets of classical conditioning, operant conditioning, cognitive appraisal and linguistics. This case...
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Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) is a novel form of verbal exposure that allows access and exposure to thoughts of threat perception triggered by objects of irrational fears. This paper reports a case study on the application of CDT in a seven years old child, having two irrational fears (a) darkness, and (b) height. Cognitive drill was implemented ba...
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There are many people in every walk of life that have different levels of abilities to reach their goals. Few might rely on their talents and skills to work and few might use their meticulous tactics and ideas that lead them to their goals but there are also people who are gritty. Such people persevere through difficulty and do not give in till the...
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Background: Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) involves verbal exposure to the conditioned stimuli including feared consequences by changing the time perspective in conditions of excessive, unreasonable and irrational fears. Test anxiety is a common feature in students particularly those who appear in competitive examinations. Aim: In the present study,...
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The purpose of the present study was to see predictive power of perceived childhood socioeconomic status in adulthood sense of control. Past researches found that perceived childhood environmental had an impact on responding towards uncertainty in the current environment. Drawing from the life history theory, the current study examined the psycholo...
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Specific phobia is a highly prevalent condition which may interfere in occupational and social life of persons affected with this disorder. Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Desensitization Therapies have been well documented as effective treatments for phobia. Cognitive Drill Therapy (CDT) is a potential candidate for addition into the family of cogn...
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Understanding the correlates of counterproductive work behaviour (CWB) is of increasing importance in organisational literature, both because of its relation with job performance and because of its collective cost to individuals and organisations. This study attempts to explore the relationship between CWB and the locus of control, organization-bas...

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Verbal Exposure therapy to treat stimulus bound anxiety particularly phobia and OCD. This therapy is based on the principles of Conditioning, Cognitive Appraisal and Linguistics. Free manual download from www.cognitivedrill.com