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Fr. Dolichan Kollareth, SJ


Fr Dolichan Kollareth SJ
Date of Birth: 1-4-1978

  • PhD in Social Psychology, Boston College
  • MA in Social Psychology, Boston College
  • M.A. in Organizational Psychology, Kerala University
  • B.A. in Psychology, Union Christian College, Aluva
  • BTh. in Theology, JDV, Pune, India
  • BPh. in Philosophy, JDV, Pune
  • Cognitive Psychology (TA), Boston College in 2015
  • Culture and Mental Health (TA), Boston College in 2014
  • Introduction to Psychology, JDV, Pune in 2011
  • Organizational Behavior, Symbiosis, Pune in 2008
  • Research Methodology, St. Vincent’s College, Pune in 2007

Conference Presentations

  • 2018    Kollareth, Dolichan & Russell, James. Are sacred violations disgusting? Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • 2017    Kollareth, Dolichan & Russell, James. Are animal reminders disgusting? Society for Social and Personality Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.
  • 2016    Kollareth, Dolichan & Russell, James. Shame: A cluster concept.  The Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Louisville, KY, USA.
  • 2016    Kollareth, Dolichan & Russell, James. Cultural differences in animal reminder disgust. The Society for Affective Science, Chicago, IL.
  • 2015    Kollareth, Dolichan & Russell, James. Disgust has no close translation equivalence in Malayalam and Hindi. Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Long Beach, California.
  • 2015    Kollareth, Dolichan, Han, Donghee, & Russell, James. Disgust elicitors do not universally elicit disgust. International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam.
  • 2008   K.M. Dolichan, The individualist orientation of western psychology and the need for indigenous paradigms, National Conference on Psychology in the Changing India, Calicut, India.
  • 2007   K.M. Dolichan, Human models and developmental efforts, National Seminar on Indian Psychology: Theories and Models, Banglore, India.
  1. Kollareth, D. & Russell, J.A. (2018). Disgust and the sacred: Do people react to violations of the sacred with the same emotion they react to something putrid? Emotion (Advanced online publication, American Psychological Association).
  2. Kollareth, D. & Russell, J.A. (2017). Shame as a culture-specific emotion concept. Journal of Cognition and Culture (Accepted for publication, BRILL).
  3. Kollareth, D. & Russell, J.A. (2017). Even unpleasant reminders that you are animal need not disgust you. Emotion (Advanced online publication, American Psychological Association).
  4. Kollareth, D. & Russell. J.A. (2017). On the emotions associated with violations of three moral codes (community, autonomy, divinity). Motivation and Emotion, 41, 322-342 (CrossMark).
  5. Kollareth, D. & Russell, J.A. (2017) Is it disgusting to be reminded that you are an animal? Cognition and Emotion, 31(7), 1318-1332 (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group).
  6. Kollareth, D. & Russell, J.A. (2017) The English word disgust has no exact translation in Hindi or Malayalam. Cognition and Emotion, 31(6), 1169-1180 (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group).
  7. Han, D., Kollareth, D., & Russell, J.A. (2016) The words for disgust in English, Korean, and Malayalam questions its homogeneity.  Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 35(5), 569-588 (Sage).
  8. Kollareth, D. (2009) Dialogue between psychology and religion for an adequate representation of the human self. Omega: Indian Journal of Science and Religion, 8 (1), 48-61 (Institute of Science and Religion, Kerala).
  9. Kollareth, D. (2007) Self-concept and achievement motivation: Culturally determined patterns. Advances in Arts & Ideas, 3 (1&2), 161-184 (St. Thomas College Trichur).

E-mail: dollychank@gmail.com
Tel: 020-27007576;
Mob: 9061337178

Address: De Nobili College
Ramwadi, Nagar Road
Pune – 411014