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Dr. Vijay M View All

Assistant Professor

School of Health Sciences

Dr. Vijay M is an accomplished academician and dedicated researcher in psychology. He holds a Ph.D. from Periyar University, Salem, Tamil Nadu in 2019 and cleared UGC NET in Psychology in 2017. With 6 years of teaching experience in both PG and UG level at Holy Cross College (Autonomous), Trichy, Tamil Nadu and Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore respectively. He specializes in counselling and social and positive psychology and is also proficient in statistical analysis and research methodology, and excels in tools like SEM and SPSS. He inspires students and fosters their intellectual growth. Recognized for his publications in reputable journals and active participation in conferences, Dr.Vijay contributes significantly to psychology. His dedication to advancing knowledge and promoting holistic well-being reflects his unwavering passion and commitment to scholarly pursuits.

    • Graduation In :

      B.Sc. Computer Science
    • Graduation From :

      Periyar University, Salem, Tamil Nadu.
    • Graduation Year :

    • Post Graduation In :

      M.Sc. Applied Psychology
    • Post Graduation From :

      Periyar University, Salem, Tamil Nadu.
    • Post Graduation Year :

    • Doctorate In :

    • Doctorate From :

      Periyar University, Salem, Tamil Nadu.
    • Doctorate Year :

    • 6 Years

  • Book Chapters

    • Madalaimuthu Anthony, Mani Abdul Karim, Ganesh Kumar, Jayasankara Reddy, Maharishi Ranganathan, Vijay M (2024). Tracing the Impact of Social Media on Social Cognition: Bibliometric Analysis. IGI Global. (18)309-324

    Publications in Journals

    • Vijay M., & Kadhiravan,S. (2016). Self-regulated learning and decision making styles among university students. International Journal of Advanced Research in Literature and Education,1(2), 27-36.
    • Vijay M., & Kadhiravan,S. (2016). Influence of personality and self-esteem on the academic procrastination among university students. The International Journal of Indian Psychology,4(1), 18-23.
    • Arulsubila M., & Vijay M. (2019). Psychological intervention on self-esteem among school students. IJRAR. 6(2), 603-606,e ISSN 2348-1269.
    • George, J, M., & Vijay M. (2020). Influence of Spiritual Intelligence On Mental Well-Being Among Married Couples. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 10 (5), Print ISSN No. 2249 – 555x
    • C.Regina Mary., Vijay M., R. Sundaresan & P. Mohana Sharmila (2021). Emotional Regulation and Well-being among College Students. Turkish Journal of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. 32(3). ISSN: 2651-4451
    • Rashina Begum K., Jumana Haseen J & Vijay M. (2021). Internet Addiction among college students in relation to aggression. Bengal, Past and Present. 117 (4), 210-213, ISSN:0005-8807.
    • Anita., Vijay M., & Merlin. (2021) Influence of internet addiction and self-esteem on well-being among college students. B.Aadhar, (CCCXXIX) 329-G, ISSN-2278- 9308.
    • Anitha,Sathya,Vijay M, Sureshkumar Murugesan,K.Kajavinthan & Pavithra C. (2023). Effects of Fear of Covid-19 on Attitude Towards Social Distancing among College Students. Journal of Survey in Fisheries Sciences (SFS). 10(2) 951- 954.ISSN:2368-7487.
    • Maharishi Ranganathan, Abin Jacob, Ashifa Kariveliparambil Mohammed Ashraf, Ganesh Kumar J, Madalaimuthu Anthony, Vijay M, Rupashree Brahma Kumari, Sadananda Reddy Annapally (2024). Investigation of the Effects of Chronic Stress on Attention in Parents of Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorder. Universal Journal of Public Health 12(1): 37-50.

    Publications in Conferences

    • Vijay M., & Arulsubila M. (2018). Resilience, self-esteem and personality among female adolescents. International journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, special issues, 277-280, ISSN 2349-5138.
  • Patents

    • Ganeshkumar J, Ashifa Kariveliparambil Mohammed Ashraf, Rupashree Brahma Kumari, Madalaimuthu A, Vijay M, Maya Rathnasambatthy , Maharishi Ranganathan, Jayakimar P, Archika Johari P. (2023). Casper intervention model to improve the social skills of children with Dyslexia.