Dr. Naveen
Lecturer

Designation:

Lecturer

Specialization:

Cognitive Psychology, Positive Psychology

Email:

nvnrattan@gmail.com

Subjects taught:

  • Research Methodology
  • Biopsychology
  • Positive Psychology and Well Being
  • Psychology of Personal Growth and Adjustment
  • Personality
  • Publications:

    Non-SCI:

  • Mishra, T., Naveen, Singh, I. L., Singh, T., & Tiwari, T. (2016). Effect of warning cue on sustained attention task performance. Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, 7(8), 795-798.
  • Naveen, Mishra, T., Tiwari, T., Singh, I. L., & Singh, T. (2017). Effect of aerobic exercise on reaction time during vigilance task performance. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 43 (2), 205-210. (UGC Journal No: 11057).
  • Naveen, Mishra, T., Tiwari, T., Singh, I. L., Singh, T., & Singh, A. L. (2017). Effect of single bout of aerobic exercise on vigilance task performance. Asian Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities, 7 (9), 253-263.
  • Mishra, T., Naveen, Tiwari, T., Singh, I. L., Pandey, R., & Singh, T. (2018). Effect of cue-target onset asynchrony (CTOA) and cue validity on visual vigilance task performance. Asian Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities, 8 (1), 54-65.
  • Mishra, T., Naveen, Tiwari, T., Singh, I. L., Singh, T., & Singh, A. L. (2018). Effect of task load and cue validity on simultaneous sustained attention search task performance. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 44 (2).
  • Awards and Honours

  • Received ‘Best Paper Award’ entitled ‘Effect of exercise induced fatigue on reaction time during vigilance task performance’ at the 4th International conference on ‘Recent Advances in Cognition and Health’ Department of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, 6-8 February 2016.
  • Received ‘Best Paper Award’ entitled “Immediate effect of physical exercise on vigilance task performance” at 3rd International conference on ‘Recent Advances in Cognition and Health’ Department of Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, 19 -21 December 2014.
  • Description of Research Interests

  • Ph.D in the area of Exercise and Cognitive Performance.