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Noted Psychologist and Highly Acclaimed Academic joins Ahmedabad University as Distinguished University Professor

July 07, 2016 Research

Professor Ramadhar Singh has joined as Distinguished University Professor at Amrut Mody School of Management. Prof. Singh served as Distinguished Professor with the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (July 2010-2016) before joining Ahmedabad University. He received his BA Hons. (1965) and MA (1968) degrees in Psychology from the University of Bihar, Muzaffarpur, India, and MS (1972) and PhD (1973) in Social Psychology from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. Professor Singh’s areas of interests include Organizational Behavior, Public Policy, Social Psychology and Research Methods. In India, Professor Singh was a Lecturer at Patna University (1968-73), an Assistant Professor at IITK (1973-79), and a Professor at IIMA (1979-88). At NUS in Singapore, Professor Singh was a Senior Fellow (1988-90), an Associate Professor of Psychology (1990-97), and a Professor of Psychology (1997-2010). He spent his sabbatical leave at the University of Rochester (2003-04), the University of Oxford (2004), and Purdue University (2008). In his long illustrious career, Prof. Singh has received many awards and recognition. In December 2013, Professor Singh was the only psychologist from India to be included in the APS website on Faces and Minds of Psychological Science. In January 2014, he received the Sir J. C. Bose Memorial Award from the Indian Science Monitor, Chennai. Professor Singh is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, the British Psychological Society, the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, the Singapore Psychological Society, and the National Academy of Psychology (India). In 1990, he received the Psychology National Award. In 1985, he was the University Grants Commission (UGC) National Lecturer in Psychology.

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