Call for papers for Artha January-March 2021


A PUBMED search for the terms ‘covid’ and ‘psychological’ returns over 150 articles. A cursory glance over the titles reveals what the researchers are focusing on – resilience and stress in healthcare workers, eating disorders, addiction, anxiety, depression and even suicide as an extreme consequence.  The public health decisions are enforced for the greater good, and it is obvious that these decisions are having an acute impact, and as some researchers suggest, a lasting one as well. As the pace of research gathers momentum across the world, we have the responsibility to gather document the changes and effects within the unique local contexts.

Not only are the psychological impacts being considered as a second hidden pandemic, the world of learning and education has been hit by a seismic wave. Rapid changes to instructions and assessments, powered by technology, are being unleashed with the hope of maintaining educational progression for the children and youth. What we learn from our experience here, especially the initial changes may change the world of education forever.

Manuscripts are invited from researchers pertaining to the listed topics (see below) but not limited to these alone, as long as those are relevant psychology or education issues related to the present COVID-19 situation. Original Research articles with diverse methodologies and Reviews that are innovative and provide meaningful contributions may be submitted. All submitted manuscripts will go through a double-blind peer review.

If you have any questions about the journal, please contact Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy ( or artha@christuniversity.inand we will ensure timely feedback. Manuscripts must be formatted according to the journal guidelines, do visit this link for more details:


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Suggested Topics for Psychology

  • Collaborative emergence related to creativity
  • Collaborative emergence related to creativity
  • The cognitive effect of changing space-time relationships
  • Influence of quarantine on:
    • Sleep and dreaming
    • Coping with addiction
    • Trust and communication
    • Self and emotion regulation
    • Spirituality and Meaning-making
    • Pets and impact on interpersonal interactions

Suggested Topics for Education:

  • Multidimensional Perspectives of Enforced Online Transition across the educational levels
  • Influence of Age on Online instruction in teachers and learners
  • Exploring fatigue and its consequences on Online instruction in teachers and learners
  • Teaching Social and Environment issues through the Covid-19 experience
  • Educators perspectives on challenges to career counseling
  • Impact on School to work transition/ school to higher ed transitions