Meetu Khosla Professor, Department of Psychology, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi
Meetu Khosla, PhD, is an Professor in the Department of Psychology at Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi, where she has been teaching psychology for the past 25 years. She has been teaching psychology for health and well-being, physiological psychology, counselling psychology, stress management and psychology of living. Her field of specialization includes health psychology, well-being, emotion regulation and indigenous psychology. Her research focuses on the neurocognitive correlates of affect, coping, resilience, health and well-being across cultures. Dr Khosla received the Shastri-Indo Canadian Fellowship (2012) as a visiting professor to Canada, the ICSSR Fellowship (2013) as a visiting professor to France, the Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship (2014) as a visiting lecturer to the United States, the Erasmus Mundus Fellowship (2015) as a visiting professor to Poland and a visiting researcher to the University of Warsaw (2016) and the ICSSR Fellowship (2017) as a visiting researcher to France. She has more than 90 research publications in scientific journals nationally and internationally and more than 185 presentations in national/international conferences, seminars, workshops and universities all around the world which include Yale University, Penn State University, Harvard University, University of Connecticut, University of Toronto and Paris Descartes University to name a few. She is on the editorial boards of SAGE and Springer as a reviewer. Her textbook Physiological Psychology was published by SAGE in 2017.