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Stress Management Professional an International Journal

Stress Management Professional an International Journal (SMPIJ) is multidisciplinary journal covering a wide range of academic disciplines psychology and other social sciences. SMPIJ serves the international research and scholarly communities, and aims to be one of the largest publishers for professional and scholarly societies, maintain the highest standards of peer review, with some internationally- recognized editors serving on the editorial boards from different departments of psychology, management and medicine international repute.

Stress Management Professional An International Journal (SMPIJ) was first published in 2013, and is published 2 issues per year (January to June and July to December). SMP is an international journal that brings together research papers on all aspects of Stress Management. The journal focuses on research that stems from academic and professionals need and can guide the activities of academicians, consultants and researchers. It publishes accessible articles on research and professional applications, new techniques and development trends. SMP serves the academic and professional purposes for those such as consultants, scientists, professionals, educators, social workers and managers. It provides new methodology, techniques, models and practical applications in various areas related to stress management.
SMPIJ is multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal covering a wide range of academic disciplines psychology, management, education, health and other allied sciences. It aims to be one of the largest publishers for professional and scholarly societies, maintain the highest standards of peer review, with internationally- recognized editors serving on the editorial boards from different disciplines that include psychology, social sciences, psychiatry, medicine, therapy , healthcare, business and industry, humanities, arts, education, engineering, and others.
SMPIJ publishes qualitative and/or quantitative empirical, theoretical, historical, and review articles — as well as case studies, brief reports, book reviews, and editorials.

 

Mission Vision

1. Mission Statement:

To recognise Stress Management Professional an International Journal (SMPIJ) publication of excellence in publishing quality articles and review papers and Research.

2. Vision Statement:

SMPIJ Publications will build its worldwide reputation by helping Research Scholars, Educationists, Private research firms, Government research bodies, Universities and other Educational institutions accomplish their objectives.

3. Core Values:

Advancement

SMPIJ is committed to the advancement of the Behavioural Sciences, Arts, Humanities and for the benefit of society through research, Consulting development, Education and Training services.

Leadership

We are committed to providing leadership, and developing leadership qualities among our members.

Integrity

We are committed to honesty and transference in the practice of our profession as embodied in our Code of Ethics.

Service

We are committed to service to our students, Research scholars, Educational institutions, Governmental bodies and Research agencies.

Excellence We are committed to the achievement of technical quality and excellence in our programs, Publications.

 

Editorial Board

 

Prof. Chandraiah Kotta

Editor - In - Chief

Dr. K. Chandraiah is currently working as Professor in the Department of Psychology, S. V. University, Tirupati, AP. He has completed his post graduation in Psychology (1985), M.Phil (1987) and Ph.D (1994). Dr. Chandraiah worked as Assistant Research Officer (psychologist) at All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, Calcutta from 1989-2004(Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India). He served as sub-regional Employment officer (Minister of Employment and Training, Govt. of India, 1998-2001). He served as Reader in Psychology, Department of Psychology, at the University of Allahabad, Allahabad. He is a recipient of W.H.O. Fellowship at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester ,UK (2000). He has published 5 books and 38 articles/research papers in both national and international repute. He participated in Advance and Research and Training Seminar Programme at Athens, Greece in the year 2006 and at Berlin, Germany in 2008. He also presented research papers in National and International Seminars and conferences. He has published articles and papers in national and international journals. His research interests are Occupational Stress, Mental Health, Emotional Intelligence, Organizational Change and Development and Cognitive psychology.

 

Dr. Sailesh Kumar G

Co-Editor

Dr. Sailesh Kumar G has completed his M.sc in Medical Physiology in 2007 from Manipal University and PhD from saveetha University in 2018. He has published more than 200 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of reputed journals. DR Sai Sailesh Kumar, currently working as Associate Professor at Department of Physiology, R.D.Gardi Medical College, Ujjain. Vestibular Research, Neuro physiology of stress and cognition are key areas of research. Received International Stress Management award twice from International stress management Association, Hyderabad, India. Also bagged Gold Medal In Medical Education from APMEDUCON 2018 at NRI Medical College, Guntur. Bagged Young scientist award from SPER at Jaipur National University, Jaipur.

 

Executive Editor

Dr. Udaya Kumar Reddy B.
President
International Stress Management Association (ISMA)
Attapur, Hyderbad -48
+91 9490785566
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Chief Editors (Quality Management Group)

Dr. Ritu Sharma        

Dean, School of Liber Studies

Dept. of Psychology

PDP University, Gandinagar, India

+91 9377702686

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Prof. Parag Kalkar

Dean, Department of Commerce & Management

SP PUNE University,Pune.

+91 9881000922

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Prof. B. Krishna Reddy (Retd.)

Former Dean

Department of Management Studies

Osmania University, Hyderabad -7.

+91 9121433882

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Consulting Editors (Peer Review Group)

Prof. Modupe Akinola(Columbia University, USA)

Dr.Padmanabha (Jizan University, Saudi Arabia)

Prof. Margreta Klassen(Newport Psychology Group, USA)

Prof. Julian Lai(City University of Hong Kong, China)

Prof. P. Vlerick(Ghent University, Belgium)

Prof. Urmi Nandabiswas (Dept. of Psychology, The MS University, Vadodara)

Prof. K. Jayashankar Reddy (Dept. of Psychology, Christ University, Bangaluru)

Prof. Jamuna Rajeswaran (Dept. of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS, Bangaluru)

Prof. K. Suma Kiran (Department of English, S.V.University, Tirupati)

Prof. Nov Rattan Sharma (Dept. of Psychology, M. D. University, Haryana)

Prof. Sujata Satapathy (Dept. of Psychiatry, AIIMS, New Delhi)

Prof. Ritu Sharma, (Shcool of Liberal Studies, PDP University, Gujarat)

 

Editorial Assistants (Research Scholar, Department of psychology, S.V.University,Tirupati)

Dr. M.S.Suresh Babu

Dr. D. Chayendra   Post Doctoral

Mr. K.Sravan Kumar   Technical Support

Copyright © 2013 SMPIJ. All rights reserved.

 

Stress-related Area & Type of Articles

 
  • Therapies
  • Occupation
  • Health
  • Education
  • Family & Relationship:
  • Assessments
  • Interventions
  • Cognitive areas
  • Emotional areas
  • Neuronal areas
  • Physiological areas
  • Social areas
  • Organizational areas  
  • Research articles
  • Review articles
  • Case studies
  • Brief reports
  • Book reviews  
  • Editorials, etc.
 

Indexed and Abstracted In

 

Indian science

 

 

 SIS

 

 

          Research Bible

 

 

 cite factor

 

 

asi

 

 

 J Gate

 

ResearchGate Logo

 

logo-informatics

 

Freefind

 

Pubshub 

 

 

 

 

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