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7 years of teaching and 3.6 years of research training
Dr. Proshanto Saha
Designation : Assistant ProfessorQualification : Ph. D.Experience : 7 years of teaching and 3.6 years of research training
Cognitive Neuroscience & Forensic Psychology
Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion and False Memory
Journal Publications: 13
Mohapatra, S., Saha., P. K. & Sharma, A. (2020). Until Tomorrow: The Behavioural and Neural Correlates of Procrastination. Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies. Accepted Manuscript for January, 2021 Issue. (UGC CARE Listed).
Saha, P. K. (2019). A Critical Account on Neuropsychology of Aggression and Mental Illness.Journal ofLiberal Studies-A Bi-Annual Journal of School of Liberal Studies, PDPU, 4(2), 185-201.
Patel, Z., Saha, P. K., Sharma, A. &Maniar, K. (2019). Examining the Relationship between Operational Stress, Professional Quality of Life and Coping Strategies among Police Personnel: An Empirical Investigation. Indian Police Journal, Bureau of Police Research & Development, 66 (3), 19-30. (UGC Listed: Sr. No.: 41365, ISSN: 0537-2429).
Saha, P. K. & Thapliyal, H. (2018). Accuracy of Memory Retrieval for Familiar and Unfamiliar Face Recognition Task: An Application to Forensic Psychology Research. Ayan Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2, Pg. No. 294-311 (UGC Listed: Sr. No.-49095, ISSN: 23474491).
Rodriguez, T., Saha, P. K., Pandey, V. & Dahiya, M.S. (2017). Effect of Occupational Stress on Prison Guards Personality, Cognitive Appraisal, Aggressiveness and Coping Potential: An Exploratory Study on Indian Prison System. Indian Journal of Criminology (Pg. No. 33-47), Volume 43 (1) & (2) (UGC Listed Sr. No.: 42048, ISSN: 09747249)
Saha, P. K. & Shah, S. (2016). Temporal Continuity in Emotional Facial Expression and Emotional Naturalistic Scene Perception: A Behavioral Analysis. Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies.Vol. 5 No. 4. (UGC CARE Listed)
Saha, P. K. & Gopalakrishnan, K. (2016). Assessment of Empathy, Impulsivity and Aggressiveness among Juvenile Offenders and Non-offenders: An Indigenous Investigation. Journal of Mind & Society, A Refereed Research Journal of Social Science and Humanities, 5(4), 7-15.
Saha, P. K. (2016). Occupational Stress, Coping Strategies and Shiftwork Tolerance in Policing. Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies, Vol. 5 No. 2, June 2016, P. No. 31-45.(UGC CARE Listed)
Kalpana, R., Dey, B. & Saha, P. K. (2015). Effect of Rajyoga Meditation on Executive Functions: Comparative Analysis between Meditators & Non-Meditators. Journal of Gorakhpur Social Scientist (Special Edition on International Yoga Day), 6(1), 22-29.
Saha, P. K., Tyagi, M., & Tomar, P. (2015). Role of Emotional Intelligence in Juvenile Sexual Offenders: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies. 4(2), 28-42.(UGC CARE Listed).
Saha, Proshanto Kr., Tiwari, T., & Singh, Indramani L. (2012). Perceived Mental Workload in a Simulated Task: Psychophysiological Evidence. Journal of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 38(3), 220-233.
Saha, Proshanto K. (2012). Cognitive control during visuospatial switching attention task performance. Indo-Indian Journal of Social Science Researches. 8(1),16-28.
Singh, Indramani L., Singh, Anju L., Tiwari, T., & Saha, Proshanto Kr.(2008). Multi-task Performance in Computer-aided Systems: An Appraisal. Journal of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 34(1),115-125.
Published Books: 2
Saha, P.K. (2016). Neuropsychology of Emotional Regulation in Offenders: Theoretical Perspectives. Educational Books & Periodicals, Ahmedabad, ISBN: 978-81-932463-0-6.
Saha, P.K. (2016). Forensic Psychology & It’s Applications: An Indian Perspective. Vista Publishers, Ahmedabad, ISBN: 978-93-82935-37-7.
Conference Proceedings: 2
Mukherjee, M. & Saha, P. K. (2020).Effect of Perceived Cyberstalking, Cyber Security Risk Awareness (CQ-RIST) and Internet Addiction on Psychological Well-being of Young Adults. In the proceedings of 5th Annual International Cyber Psychology, Cyber therapy & Social Networking Conference, 22-24th June, 2020 (Accepted Manuscript).
Singh, Indramani L., Singh, AnjuL., & Saha, Proshanto K.(2007). Monitoring performance and mental workload in anautomated system. Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Berlin/Heidelberg,4562/2007,978-3-540-73330-0,426-435.
Journal Supplements: 1
Singh, Indramani L., & Saha, Proshanto Kr. (2009). “EEG bandwidths in automation induced complacency”. Annals of Neurosciences, An Official Journal of Indian Academy of Neurosciences, Supplement, Volume14, 2007, ISSN0972-7531, (P131,P.No.-138).
Communicated Manuscript: 2
Parihar, P., Saha, P. K. & Khemchandani, E. (2021). A Systematic Review on Neurofeedback Treatment: Role of Hyperactivity, Aggression and Antisocial Behaviour in Juveniles. Manuscript submitted to International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, SAGE Publications.
Raman, K., Siegert, R. J., Saha, P. K. & Krägeloh, C. U. (2020). Using Rasch analysis to explore the higher-order construct of mindfulness in a sample from India. Manuscript submitted to Mindfulness Journal, Springer Publications.
Awards / Honours / Achievements / Appreciation
2010-IBRO Alumni Best Poster Award
International Brain Research Organization(IBRO), 5th FAONS (Federation of Asian-Oceanian Neuroscience Societies) Congress, jointly withits XXVIII Annual Meeting Indian Academy of Neurosciences(IAN) took place in November 25-28, 2010, in Lucknow, India. Topic of the poster was "Task switching and individual differences incognitive control of attention : psychological evidences (EEG/ERP)". (PrizeMoney=$300)
Best Scientific Paper(Conference Presentation Awards)
Dynamics of Human Automation Interaction : Perceived Mental Workload & Monitoring In-efficiency in an Automation Aid, ICRACS (International Conference on Recent Advances in Cognitive Science) Department of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, December 18–20, 2010.
Psychophysiological correlates, individual differences, mental workload and flights imulation task performance. ISCSM (International Symposiumon Cognition, Stress & Mental Health), Department of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, India, December 14-16, 2009.
Electrophysiology(EEG) of Human Monitoring Behavior in Automation-Induced Complacency. National Conference on Recent Advancements in Cognitive Science, December, 19-21, 2008, Department of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, India.
Ph. D Students (4 enrolled), M.Phil. (+10 supervised)
Research Projects (Granted by Funding Agencies-2019-20)
Effect of Neurofeedback Intervention Training Module (NITM) on Emotional Regulation, Impulsivity and Aggression in Juvenile Offenders(Project granted from Cognitive Science Initiative (CSI), DST, Govt. of India, New Delhi, Budget=Rs.47,36,800 Lakhs Rupees, in August/December, 2019).