"Nice to meet you in PDCN network, We have some common interests &goals to share knowledge and work together on similar activities.Please visit our think tank website: www.inspad.orgWith peace and care."
Hi All, I am going to start a New Research Project on Peace Education funded by University Grants Commision (UGC), New Delhi, India. Project Title is -"Evaluating the Role of Peace Education in Developing the Culture of Peace and Non-violence for Juvenile Delinquents". It would be great if anyone can help me with some exercises, mini experiments, strategies, workshops related to peace promotion.Also I need Jackson Personality Inventory-Revised (JPI-R), If anyone could help.Thanks, neelamSee More
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- Rathee, N. (Ed.) (2010). Violence and Conflict Resolution: Contemporary Perspectives. New Delhi, Globalvision.
- Rathee, N. (2010). Introduction. N.Rathee (Ed.) Violence and Conflict Resolution: Contemporary Perspectives. New Delhi, Globalvision.
- Rathee N. & Singh R. (2001). Mobility or/and Lability of Nervous Processes as Temperamental Trait(s). Personality and Individual Differences, 31(7), 1091-1104.
- Rathee, N. (2008). Freedom of Choice: An Indicator of Wellness. Behavioral Scientist, 9 (1), 43-46.
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Nice to meet you in PDCN network, We have some common interests & goals to share knowledge and work together on similar activities. Please visit our think tank website: www.inspad.org With peace and care.
I'm delighted to learn about your interest in peace psychology. There is certainly a growing number of people in India with interests in peace psychology. I look forward to learning more about your work and India. - Dan
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