Dr (Ms) Simerpreet Ahuja


Assistant Professor


Child Development & Counseling



Designation and subject taught.

Assistant Professor (Psychology)

Introduction to Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Human values, Ethics & IPR, Human Resource Development, Applied Behavioral Sciences, Organizational Behavior, Developmental Psychology, Guidance and Counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.


Papers in journals (Refereed Journals):

Ahuja & Kumari (2008). Impact of Extended Video Viewing on Emotional Stability among Preadolescents. Psychological Studies. Vol.53, No. 3 & 4, 294-297.

Ahuja & Kumari (2009). Prolonged Video Viewing and Emotional Intelligence: An experimental investigation. Europe’s Journal of Psychology. www.ejop.org

Berring, L., Kumari, S., Ahuja, S. (2015), Personal Values, Gender Differences and Academic Preferences: An Experimental Investigation. International Journal of Applied Psychology, 5(5),133-140.

SSCI Journals:

Kumari & Ahuja (2010). Video Viewing and Cognitive Development in Preadolescents. Social Science Computer Review. Vol 28, Issue 2. Impact factor .63

Berring, L., Kumari, S., Ahuja, S. (2017). Impact of personality traits and personal values on curriculum choice of young adults. Journal of Beliefs & Values. DOI: 10.1080/13617672.2017.1293930

Description of Research Interests

Gender differences, Emotional Quotient, Counseling and Child Development, Values, Spirituality and Religion, Hypnotherapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology, Cross cultural correlates of Human Development, therapeutic techniques in counselling. Presently guiding one doctoral thesis. Title of the topic” Value Orientation and Personality Dimensions as determinants of career choice in young adults.”