Dr. Muhammad Ajmal
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY
Centre of Excellence

Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Faculty Profile
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Name Anila Kamal
Designation Professor/ Director
Qualification Ph. D/ Post Doctoral Fellowship
Contact Phone:+92(51):2896010, 2896013, 90644033 Fax: +92 (51) 2896012
e-mail: dranilakamal@gmail.com/ dranilakamal@yahoo.com
Postal Address National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University (New Campus) shahadra road (off main Murre road) Islamabad, (Pakistan) Post code 44000
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Professional Interests

Gender Related Issues: Gender Role Attitudes, violence against women, sexual harassment, rape, and men’s roles in violence reduction.
Childrens: Developmental tasks, Effects of home environment on children.
Psychometry: Development, adaptation, and validation of different inventories and scales.
Health Psychology: Psychological health of hypertension, cancer and psychosomatic patients.
Students: Boredom prone-ness, and other issues related to students.
Immigrants: attitudinal studies on immigrants.
Education: Educational Need Assessment

Supervision

PhD

S.No. Name
Session
Dissertation Title
1 Naeem Aslam 2018 Understanding Trauma and Growth in an Integrative Psychosocial Framework among Flood Affected Individuals.
2 Shahid Irfan 2017 Extremism Tendencies, Personality Traits, Social Axioms, and Gender Role Beliefs among Young Adults.
3 Irum Naqvi 2017 Eating Attitudes and Beliefs in Food Myths among Adolescents.
4 Ramona Salik 2016 Psychological Well-being, Self-concept, and Marital Satisfaction among pre-, peri, and postmenopausal women.
5 Adnan Adil 2015 Impact of Psychological Capital on Work Attitudes, Intentions, and Behaviors among University Teachers.
6 Waseem Fayyaz 2015 Conditions, Contexts, and Outcomes of Practicing Veil (Hijab) among Pakistani Women.
7 Saima Ambreen 2015 Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition (WISC-IV), Adaptation, Translation, and Standardization in Pakistan.
8 Nazia Iqbal 2014 Role of Adult Attachment , Conflict Resolution, Communication Competence, and Social Support in Marital Satisfaction among Couples.
9 Humaira Jami 2013 Attitude Towards Hijras and Their Reciprocal Perceptions.
10 Maimoona Ismail Loona 2013 Psychosocial Functioning of Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders.
11 Rehana Shujaat 2013 Development and Validation of Personality Traits Assessment Scale for Cadre and Ex-cadre Civil Service Executives.
12 Tehmina Saqib 2013 Moral Reasoning in Children and Its relationship with Gender Role Attitude
13 Samina Bukhari 2012 Comorbidity of Depression and Anxiety with Functional Impairment in Children and Adolescents with Low Academic Achievers
14 Ms. Rizwana Alam 2009 Development and Validation of Self report Measures of Emotional Intelligence for Heart Patients and Healthy Individuals
15 Ghazala Tallat 2008 The Impact of Downward and Upward Social Comparison on the Perceived Quality of Marital Relationship Satisfaction

MPhil

S.No. Name
Session
Dissertation Title
1 Nida Jamshed 2018 Effect of Belief in Rape Myths and Sexual Double Standards on the Attribution of Responsibility for Sexual Harassment
2 Umm Eman Syed 2018 Comparison between Video Game-based and Conventional Therapies in Patients of Neurological Deficits: An Experimental Study
3 Aneela Aziz 2018 Modern Sexism and Attitude Towards Girl Child Marriages: The Role of Hierarchical Legitimizing Myths
4 Sana Younis 2018 Inclination Towards Piri-Muridi Role of Religious Orientation, Spiritual Well-being and Bonding to God
5 Maryam Khan 2018 Implicit Theories of Empathy Predict Forgiveness among Law Students
6 Sidra Shaheen 2017 Knowledge Attitude and Practices of Sexual and Reproductive Health, Life Skills and its Outcome among Children
7 Maria Muzaffar Janjua 2016 The role of internalization and social comparison in making impact of media images on students
8 Maria Abubakar The role of internalization and social comparison in making impact of media images on students
9 Faiqa Sana 2016 The predictive role of hope, self-efficacy, active and passive procrastination in academic performance of students
10 Arooj Mughal 2016 The predictive role of attachment styles and emotion regulation on peaceful personality of university students
11 Kanwal Iftikhar 2016 Role of humor in the relationship of professional quality of life and psychological distress among police and rescue 1122
12 Anum-ul-Mulk 2016 Smartphone use motives, Loneliness, and self-control as predictor of msart phone addiction and social capital among students
13 Nimrah Ishfaq 2015 Mediating effect of emotional immaturity, aggression and social desirability on psychological maltreatment and delinquent tendencies among juvenile delinquents and students
14 Irum Mir 2015 Imposter Feelings among Working Men and Women: Exploring the Role of Family Functioning, Workaholism, Gender Role Attitudes and Self-Concept
15 Rayna Sadia 2015 Impact of Impulsivity, Sensation Seeking, and Driving Anger Expression on Driving Performance and Behaviors among Drivers
16 Saadiya Abbasi 2015 Relationship between Autonomy and Work Engagement among Small Business Enterpreneurs: Role of Emotions and Psychological Capital
17 Rubina Naz 2014 Emotional intelligence, familial social support, and health locus of control in breast cancer female patients
18 Saba Sajjad 2014 Role of emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence in conflict resolution among married couples
19 Anam Javaid 2014 Role of personality hardiness, self-efficacy, and social support in predicting resilience among health, hypertensive, and diabetic persons
20 Mariam Anwaar 2013 Sexual Harassment Experiences, Perception and Belief in Sexual Harassment Myths among University Students
21 Khadija Mazhar 2013 Immoral Reasoning and Behavior in Creative and High Performing Students
22 Asim Siddique Bhatti 2013 Personality As A Determinant of Attitude of People Towards Piri-Muridi Relationship
23 Arooj Mujeeb 2013 Exploration of Interpersonal Relationship, coping styles, and Psychological Effects among Acid Burn Victims
24 Saiyada Tasmeera 2013 Manipulation of Media in Influence Perceptions Above Religious Communities of Pakistan
25 Faiza Moin 2012 The Acceptability of Living as Function of Perceivers’ Motive to Lie, Relative Importance of the Situation and Closeness to the Person
26 Zainab Hassan 2012 Dimensional vs. Categorical Approach: An assessment of Personality Pathology among Adolescents
27 Aliyaa Abdul Hayee 2012 Role of Third-person Effect on the People’s Perception of values Portrayed through Local and Foreign Electronic Entertainment Media
28 Sara Imtiaz 2012 Self-compassion, Rumination, Optimism, and well-being among Elderly Adults
29 Syeda Tafseer Zahra 2011 Effect of Collaborative vs. Solitary Learning on the Problem Solving Performance of Primary School Children
30 Neelam Rasheed 2011 Impact of Irrational Belief on Trait Anxiety and Neuroticism in Adults
31 Sumara Masood 2011 Gender Preference with reference to Gender Role Attitude and Marital Adjustment among Pregnant mothers
32 Huma Shahid 2010 Perception of Social Support, Marital Satisfaction and Coping Strategies among Infertile Couples
33 Rabia Nayab 2010 Terrorism Catastrophizing Received Stress and Death Anxiety among University Students
34 Syeda Ismat Ikram 2009 Relationship Between Work Life Balance and Personality Factors among Male Bank Employees
35 Amber Younis Khan 2009 Exploring, Maintenance, and Reactions to Invasions of Personal Space in University Students
36 Syeda sanober Rizvi 2009 Fathers, Masculanity Ideology, and Their Adolescents Perception of Fatherhood
37 Waseem Fayyaz 2008 Role of Personality Traits in the listening skills of English as a Foreign Language
38 Adnan Adil 2008 Role of situational and Personality Factors in Emotional Labor among Customer Services
39 Syed Imran Bukhari 2008 Impact of Perceived Organizational Politics and Perceived Organizational Support on Behavioral Outcomes
40 Summaira Naz 2008 The Relationship between Music Preference Dimensions and Personality Traits among University Students
41 Saima Ambreen 2008 Verbal Comprehension Index (VCI) subtests of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-IV UK): Adaptation and Norms Development in Pakistan
42 Irum Naqvi 2007 Patterns of Delinquency and Personality Traits of Adolescents in Child Labor
43 Bushra Hassan Malik 2007 Attitudes and Opinion of people towards Piri-Muridi and Interviews of famous Sajjada Nishin at Potohar Region
44 Kaneez Fatima 2007 Self-efficacy, Self-regulation and academic performance of intermediate students
45 Remona Salik 2006 Occupational Stress, Strain and Coping Strategies among People Suffering from Hyper Tension
46 Naila Ayub 2004 Interplay of Personality Traits, Life Orientation, and Social Support in Predicting Suicidal Ideation
47 Abida Parveen Ashraf 2004 Personality Traits of Aviation and Non aviation Officers of Pakistan Air Force
48 Atkah Abid 2004 Experiences and Perceptions of Sexual Harassment at a University Campus
49 Sobia Masood 2004 Gender Role Attitudes and Attribution of Blame for Spousal Violence in Married Men and Women
50 Iram Altaf 2003 Evaluation of Effectiveness of University Teaching
51 Aaeena Salik 2003 Gender Role Attitude and its Relationship with Performance on Gender- Typed Task in Competitive Conditions
52 Nadia Batool 2003 Belief in Personal Control and Decision Making Styles of Armed Personnel
53 Muhammad Arshad Chisti 2002 Adaptation and Translation of Revised NEO Personality Inventory
54 Mamoona Ismail Loona 2002 Academic Performance and School Social Behavior of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Non-ADHD Children
55 Syeda Ambereen Fatima 2002 Relationship of Attributional Complexity, Depression, and Self_Esteem Among College Students
56 Saadia Aziz 2001 Task Specific Occupational Self-efficacy in relation to gender role attitudes and Occupational Aspirations
57 Bina Nausheen 2001 Familial Social Support and Depression in Women Breast Cancer Patients
58 Samina Bukhari 2000 Emotional state and Psychological Well-being of the patients suffering from different skin disease

M.Sc

S.No. Name Session Dissertation Title
1 Sadaf Ahmed 1999 Beliefs about rape myths as related to gender role attitudes
2 Shumaiza Iqbal 1999 Sexual harassment experiences among airline staff
3 Fizza Sabir 1992 Sex-role attitudes of working and nonworking women
4 Fareena Shaghaf 2001 Anxiety among Smokers and non smokers
5 Nailah Ayub 2000 Suicidal Ideation among students with different personality traits
6 Tania Mary Fernandez. 2001 Gender role attitudes and marital coping in couples
7 Samina Naz 2001 Psychological Well-being and empowerment of working and non working women
8 Aneela Maqsood 2000 Sex Role conflict and organizational Commitment among men and women doctors
9 Sanober Rizvi 2000 Attitude of Men and Women towards Musculinity Ideology
10 Sobia Masood 2002 Perceived Social Support and Type A Behaviour Patterns in Working men and Women
11 Sayyeda Ezra Reza 2001 Gender roles Attitudes and Psychological Maltreatment of Men and Women in Marital Relationships
12 Maryam Farooq 2001 Ego Defence Mechanisms and Life Satisfaction of Men and Women University Students
13 Qurat-ul-Ain Butt 2001 Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies of Working Women in America and Pakistan
14 Saiyida Tasmeera 2002 Case Study and Personality Traits of a Trensgender
15 Usman Shaukat 2002 Case Studies of Six Homosexual males
16 Sumaira Chaudhry 2002 Post-abortion Psychological and Physical Effects on Women
17 Ahmad Shiraz 2002 Case Study of a Convicted Rapist and Murderer
18 Adnan Adil 2003 Relationship between attachment styles, love, and narcissism among university students
19 Nabia Shakeel 2003 Case Studies of Women Visiting Shrines

 

Research Projects

Session

Research Title
Ongoing Principal Investigator of project titled “Childhood Exposure to Domestic Violence: Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Impact of Mental Health and Personality”. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission
2016 Principal Investigator of project titled “Sexual and Reproductive Health of Youth” (2016). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Oxfam Novib. (EUR 70, 514).
2016 Co-Principal Investigator of project titled “Role of Implicit Beliefs and Traditional Gender Roles in Prevalence of Gender Gap in Work Force of Psychology and Medical Professionals” (2016). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission.
2015 Co-Principal Investigator of Reverse culture shock, distress symptoms, and psychological well-being of fresh foreign degree holders in Pakistan (2015). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission.
2014 Principal Investigator of Provision of Prevalence of HIV AIDs and provision of volunteer counseling and testing (VCT) to injecting drug users (IDUs) Perspective. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission.
2014 Principal Investigator of posttraumatic growth among Youth exposed to natural disaster: Identifying mediating and moderating factors between traumatic event and Posttraumatic growth (2014). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission
2012 Principal Investigator of Provision of Psycho-social Counseling to Moonsoon Flood Affectees in Selected Districts of Pakistan (on going) National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with United Nation Developmental program (UNDP)
2012 Co- Principal Investigator of Principal in Dimensional Approach to Personality Pathology: A Pakistani Perspective (on going) National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission.
2010 Principal Investigator of Human Factors Engineering (HEF) Project (Task analysis) Development and Implementation for C-2/PAEC (2010). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with CHASMA Nuclear Power Project UNIT-2, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.
December, 2005
Post-doctoral Fellowship Research titled, (December, 2005) “Sexual Harassment Experiences and Coping Strategies Employed by doctors and Nurses: A Cross-cultural Comparison, Funded by Higher Education Commission, carried out at The College of New Jersey, United States of America.
2004
Consultant of Research Project titled, “Out-of-school Adolescents in South Asia: A Cross-national Study” (2004). A Cross-cutting Project on Empowering Adolescent Girls to become Agents of Social Transformation. Funded by UNESCO Literacy and Non-formal Education Section, France.
2004
Consultant of Research Project titled, “Masculinities and Feminities: Changes Envisaged” (2004). Funded by UNESCO, Islamabad, Pakistan.
2003 Consultant of Research Project titled, “Need Assessment of Out-of-School Adolescent Girls in Pakistan” (2003) Funded by UNESCO, Islamabad, Pakistan.
2002 Consultant of Research project titled, “International Armed Conflict: Influx of Refugees, and the perception of its impact on Pakistani Women.” (2002) Allama Iqbal Open University, Funded by Ministry of Women Development, Govt. of Pakistan.

Publications

a) Peer reviewed journal articles (National/ International)

  1. Anjum, G., Kamal, A., & Bilwani, S. (2018). Antecedents of gender gap in work force participation: A phenomenology of psychologists and medical doctors in Urban Pakistan. Journal of Human Behaviour in the Social Environment doi.org / 10.1080 / 10911359 . 2018 . 1536576.
  2. Choudhary, F. R., Al-Worafi, Y. M., Akram, B., Ahmed, M. A., Haq, M. A., Khan, T. M., Rehman, I. U., Barki, N., Munawar, K., Kamal, A., Kassab, Y. W., Bakrin, F. S., & Golden, K. J. (2018). Factor structure of the Urdu version of the Flourishing Scale. Frontiers in Psychology doi . 10 . 3089 / tpsyg . 2018 . 015 . 13
  3. Adil, A., & Kamal, A. (2018). Impact of Perceived authentic leadership and Psychological Capital on burnout: mediating role of Psychological Ownership. Psychological Studies Doi . 10 . 1007 / S 12646-018-0446-X
  4. Khan , S . & Kamal , A. (2018). Rates of Personality Pathology among clinical and nonclinical Samples. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric Society. 15(4) , 31-34
  5. Kalsoom , S. & Kamal, A. (2018). Adaptation and Validation of multi tasking Preference Inventory in Asian Collectivists Cultural Content. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary 2319-2801
  6. Adil, A., Kamal, A., Shujja , S. Niazi, S. (2018). Mediating role of Psychological Ownership on the relationship between Psychological Capital burnout amongst University Teachers. Pakistan Business Review. 13(1),69-82
  7. Mir, I. & Kamal , A. (2018). Role of work holism and self concept in Predicting imposter feelings among employees. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research. 33(2),413-420
  8. Mujeeb, A. & Kamal , A. (2018). Interpersonal Relationships, Psychological Effect and coping Strategies among acid burn female victim. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research. 33(2)575-590
  9. Zubair, A. , Kamal , A. & Artemeva, V. (2018). Gender Differences in Character Strength, Social Competences, and peer relation among Pakistani and Russian University Students. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research. 33(2), 607-626
  10. Sadia, R., Kamal, A. & Jami, H. (2018). Role of Aggression and adapting anger expression prediction of accidents among Pakistani Drivers, Part 1. FWU Journal of Social Sciences. 12(1), 123-133
  11. Jami, H., & Kamal, A. (2017). Myths about Hijras (Male to Female Transgender of Hijra Community)? Role of Gender and commonly held belief about them. Foundation University Journal of Psychology. 1(1), 1-18
  12. Zubair, A., & Kamal, A. (2017). Perceived authentic leadership, psychological capital and creative work behaviour in Bank employees. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research 1016-0664. 32(1), 35-53
  13. Bukhari, I., & Kamal, A. (2017). Perceived organizational support, its behavioral and attitudinal work outcome: Moderating role of perceived organizational policies. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 32(2), 581-602.
  14. Fayyaz, W., & Kamal, A. (2017). Psychosocial factors related to practicing hijabis among muslim Women in Pakistan. Journal of Behavioral Science, 27(2), 80-101.
  15. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2017). Translation and validation of Multidimensional Body Self-Relation Questionnaire-Appearance Scale for young Adults. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 32(2), 465-486.
  16. Aslam, N., & Kamal, A. (2017). Translation, validation, and effectiveness of depression, anxiety, and stress scale (DASS-21) in assessing the psychological distress among flood effected individuals. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric Society, 14(4), 16-20.
  17. Zubair, A., Kamal, A., & Razik, S. (2017). Patient safety practices among nurses-perspectives from Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 67(8), 1304.
  18. Huda, S. & Kamal, A. (2017). Professionals Perspective in Portrayal of Honour Killings in Pakistani Media. Pakistan Journal of Criminology, Vol.9 Issue 1, 15-28.
  19. Kamal, A., & Fayyaz, W. (2016). Conditions of wearing Hijab and other forms of dress: A comparative study. Pakistan Journal of Women Studies: Alam-e-Niswan, 23(2), 91-102.
  20. Naz, R., Kamal, A., Mahmood, A. (2016). Relationship of emotional intelligence and heath locus of control among female breast cancer patients in Pakistan. Pakistan Armed Forces Medical Journal, 66(6), 903-908.
  21. Imtiaz, S., & Kamal, A. (2016). Rumination optimism and psychological well-being among elderly: Self-compassion as a predictor. Journal of Behavioral Science, 26(1), 32-49.
  22. Aslam, N., & Kamal, A. (2016). Stress, anxiety, depression and posttraumatic stress disorder among general population affected by floods in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Medical Research, 55(1), 29-32. Impact Factor = 0.166
  23. Adil, A., & Kamal, A. (2016).Workplace affect as a mediator between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction among customer service representatives. Journal of Behavioral Science, 26(2), 79-94.
  24. Adil, A., & Kamal, A. (2016). Impact of psychological capital and authentic leadership on work engagement and job related affective well-being. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 31(1), 1-21.
  25. Zubair, A., & Kamal, A. (2016). Perceived authentic leadership, work related flow and creative work behavior: Moderating role of organizational structures. Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences, 9(2), 426-441.
  26. Aziz, S., & Kamal, A. (2015). Task-specific occupational self-efficacy and gender role attitudes of Pakistani adolescents. Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 13(2), 3-10.
  27. Bukhari, I., & Kamal, A. (2015). Relationship between perceived organizational politics and its negative outcomes: Moderating role of perceived organizational support. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 30(2), 271-288.
  28. Khan, N. R., Malik, J. A., Kamal, A. (2015). Discrepancies in parents-adolescents conflicts across gender: A step forward in validation of conflict behavior questionnaire-44. Universal Journal of Psychology, 3(2), 34-40.
  29. Salik, R., & Kamal, A. (2015). Validation in Menopausal symptoms as a function of education, employement status and income. Frontier Women University Journal f Social Sciences, 9(2), 110-116.
  30. Kamal, A., Shaikh, M. A., & Naqvi, I. (2015). Opinions on age of marriage-perspective from university students in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 65(4), 421-424.
  31. Zubair, A., & Kamal, A. (2015). Work related flow, psychological capital, and creativity among employees of software houses. Psychological Studies, 60(3), 321-331.
  32. Zubair, A., & Kamal, A. (2015). Authentic leadership and employee creativity: Mediating role of work related flow and psychological capital. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 25 (1), 150-171.
  33. Jami, H., & Kamal, A. (2015). Measuring attitudes toward hijras in Pakistan: Gender and religiosity in perspective. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 30, 1.
  34. Fayyaz, W., & Kamal, A. (2015). Practicing Hijab (veil): A Sour e of Autonomy and Self-esteem for Modern Muslim Women. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1, 19-34.
  35. Shaikh, M., Kamal, A., & Naqvi, I. (2015). Opinions of university students on honour killings: Perspective from Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Journal of Pakistan medical Association, 65(4), 421-424
  36. Iqbal, N., Gillani, N., and Kamal A. (2015). Gender specific activities and its relationship with the self-concept of adolescents. Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies, 10, 173-187. ISSN: 2072-0394
  37. Aslam , N. & Kamal, A. (2015). Coping strategies as predictors of psychological distress and post-traumatic growth among flood affected individuals. Journal of Alcohol Drug Dependency, 3(1), 181. Doi: 10.4172 (2329-6488.1000181)
  38. Shaikh, M. A., Kamal, A., & Naqvi, I. (2015). Opinions on age of marriage-perspective from university students in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association. 65(3), 312-314.
  39. Ambreen, S., & Kamal, A. (2014). Development of norms of the adapted verbal comprehension index subtest of WISC-IV for Pakistani children. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 24(1), 85-97.
  40. Aslam, N., & Kamal, A. (2014). Frequency of Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among flood affected individuals. Pakistan Armed Forces Medical Journal, 64(1), 100-104
  41. Shaikh, M.S., Kamal, A., & Naqvi, I. (2014). University students perspective on polio vaccination – ruse or realistic need for Pakistani children? Journal of Pakistan medical Association, 64(6), 694-696
  42. Fayyaz, W., & Kamal, A. (2014). Role of gender, age, and geographical locality in metacognitive listening skills of English as a foreign language. Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 29(2), 265-276
  43. Hayee, A.A., & Kamal, A. (2014).The development of third person effect questionnaire and media exposure list in local and foreign electronic entertainment media context. Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 29(1), 53-78
  44. Adil, A., Kamal, A., & Atta, M. (2013). Mediating role of emotions at work in relation to display rule, demands, emotional labor, and job satisfaction. Journal of Behavioral Science, 23(3), 35-52
  45. Altaf, I., Kamal, A., & Hassan, B. (2013). Development and validation of university teacher’s education scale. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 28(1), 155-178.
  46. Loona, M. I., Kamal, A. (2013). Translation and validation of Spence Anxiety Scale- Parent version (SCAS-P). Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 23(1), 62-76.
  47. Loona, M.I., & Kamal, A. (2013). Role of callous-unemotional traits in prediction of childhood behavior problems. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 7(2), 175-180.
  48. Aslam, N., & Kamal, A. (2013). Gender differences in distress responses, rumination patterns, perceived social support, and posttraumatic growth among flood affected individuals. Journal of Pakistan psychiatric society, 10(2), 86-90.
  49. Aslam, N., & Kamal, A. (2013). Light at the end of the tunnel; Posttraumatic growth among individuals exposed to flood 2010 in Pakistan. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric Society, 10(1), 34-37.
  50. Shaikh, M. A., & Kamal, A. (2013). Knowledge and practices regarding cell phone use while driving – perspective from Islamabad, Rawalpindi- Pakistan. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 63 (7), 931-932.
  51. Iqbal, N., Gillani, N., & Kamal, A. (2013). Conflict management styles and its outcome among married couples. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 7(1), 33-38.
  52. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2013). Personality Traits predicting the Delinquency among Laborer Adolescents. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 7(1), 15-26.
  53. Fatima, S. A., & Kamal, A., & Irfan, S. (2013). Relationship of depression with Attributional complexity and self-esteem among boys and girls. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 7(1), 61-66.
  54. Zahra, T. S., & Kamal, A. (2013). Family structure and children’s problem solving ability. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 7(1), 67-72.
  55. Kamal, A., & Shaikh, A. (2013). Post-graduation plans of medical students-perspective from Islamabad and Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 63(2).
  56. Ismail, M., & Kamal, A. (2013). Role of Perceived Parenting Styles and Familial Factors in Prediction of Teacher-Report Childhood Behavior Problems. Journal of Behavioral Science, 22(3), 49-69
  57. Adil, A., & Kamal, A. (2013). Moderating role of affectivity in emotional labor and emotional exhaustion among customer services representatives. Psychological Studies, 58(1), 89-98. doi: 101007/s12646-013-0178-x. The ISSN: 0033-2968 (Print) 0974-9861 (Online).
  58. Khan, A. Y., Kamal, A. & Batool, N. (2012). The relationship between decision making styles and belief in personal control among army personnel” Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 43(2), 73-92
  59. 4Adil, A., Atta, M., & Kamal, A. (2012). Impact of display rule demands, emotional events at work, and emotional labor on employees’ job satisfaction [abstract]. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 84-85.
  60. Aslam, N., Kamal, A., & Malik, J. A. (2012). Identifying potential adolescents of posttraumatic growth in flood affectees [abstract]. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 58.
  61. Ismail, M., & Kamal, A. (2012). Sensational variability of behavioral problems of children in home and school settings [abstract]. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 30.
  62. Hassan, Z., Kamal, A., Malik, J. A., & Schotte, C. (2012). Adaptation and validation of assessment of DSM-IV personality disorders (ADP-IV) questionnaire [abstract]. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 88-89.
  63. Safdar, T., Haq, A. U., Malik, J. A., & Kamal, A. (2012). Adaptation and validation of autonomy-connectedness scale (ACS-25 Urdu) [abstract]. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 91.
  64. Khan, N. R, Malik, J. A., & Kamal, A. (2012). Journey of thousand miles start with first step; Translation, adaptation and validation of conflict behavior questionnaire (CBQ-44) for Pakistani adolescents [abstract]. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 22 (Suppl), 90.
  65. Shamama-tus-Sabah, S., Gilani, N., Kamal, A., & Batool, S. (2012). Chaotic Home Conditions and Children’s Adjustment: Study of Gender Differences” Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 27(2), 297-313.
  66. Aziz, S., & Kamal, A. (2012). Task-specific occupational self-efficacy and occupational aspirations of arts and science students. Journal of Behavioral Science, 22 (2), 39-53.
  67. Aziz, S., & Kamal, A. (2012). Gender Role Attitudes and Occupational Aspirations of Pakistani Adolescents. Frontier Women University Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 6 No.1 Summer.
  68. Adnan, A., & Kamal, A. (2012). Role of Display Role Demands and Affective Traits in Emotional Exhaustion among Causation Services. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research. 27 (1), 1-20.
  69. Loona, M. I., & Kamal, A. (2011). Translation and adaptation of Disruptive Behaviour Disorder Rating Scale. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 26 (2), 149-165.
  70. Ambreen, S., & Kamal, A. (2011). Adaptation and Validation of the verbal comprehension index (VCI) subtests of WISC-IV in Pakistan. Journal of Behavioural Sciencec, 21(2), 18-34.
  71. Fayyaz, W., & Kamal, A. (2011). Personality traits and the metacognitive listening skills of english as a foreign language in Pakistan. Journal of Behavioural Sciencec, 21(2), 59-76.
  72. Shaikh, M. A. & Kamal, A. (2011).Belief about euthanasia among university students: Perspectives from Pakistan. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 17(10), 794-797.
  73. Shaikh, M. A., Shaikh, I. A., Kamal, A. & Irfan, S. (2011). Eating disorders detection in female university students. Journal of Physician and Surgeon Pakistan, 21(10), 649-650.
  74. Salik, R., & Kamal, A. (2007, Published in 2011). Gender differences in occupational stress, strain, and personal resources for coping among people suffering from Hypertension. Journal of Gender and Social Issues, 6(1), 1-14
  75. Aslam, N., Kamal, A., & Ahmed, I. (2011). Demographic profile and etiological factors of starting drugs among patients with drug addiction. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 21, 125 – 126.
  76. Shaikh, M, A., & Kamal, A. (2011). Over dental anxiety problems among university students: Perspective from Pakistan. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 21 (4), 237 – 238.
  77. Shaikh, M, A., & Kamal, A. (2011). Health locus of control among Pakistani university students. Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan, 21 (6), 384-386.
  78. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2010). Translation and adaptation of Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (Junior) and its Validation with Laborer Adolescents. Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 41, 23-48.
  79. Khan, A., & Kamal, A. (2010). Exploring reactions to invasions of personal space in university students. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 20 (2), 80-99.
  80. Khan, A., & Kamal, A. (2010). Exploring the maintenance of spatial zones by male and females students in four university environments. Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 8, 39-53.
  81. Nayab, R., & Kamal, A. (2010). Terrorism catastrophizing, perceived stress and death anxiety among university students. Pakistan. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 8(2), 132-144
  82. Shaikh, M.A., Shaikh, I. A., Kamal, A., Masood, S. (2010). Attitudes about Honour Killing among Men and Women—Perspective from Islamabad. Journal of Ayub Medical College. 22 (3), 38 – 41.
  83. Kamal, A., Shaikh, I. A., & Shaikh, M.A. (2010). Comparative Analysis of Attitude and perception about Rape among Male and Female University Students. Journal of Ayub Medical College. 22 (2), 108 – 110
  84. Hassan, B., & Kamal, A. (2010). Development and Validation of Attitude of people toward Piri Muridi Scale. Pakistan Journal of psychological Research, 25, 79 – 97
  85. Masood, S & Kamal, A. (2009). Gender role attitudes and attribution of blame for spousal violence in married men and women. Pakistan Journal of Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (In Press).
  86. Aziz. S., & Kamal, A. (2009). Development and validation of occupation aspirations for adolescents. Frontier Women University, Journal of Social Sciences, Pakistan, 2, 3 – 24
  87. 11. Salik, A., & Kamal, A. (2009). Gender role attitudes and stereotypes threat in same-sex and mixed-sex competitive conditions among university students. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 24, (3), 159 -183.
  88. Sheikh, I.A., Sheikh, M.A., Kamal, A., & Masood, S. (2008). Internet access and utilization for health information among university students in Islamabad. Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad, 20 (4), 153-156
  89. Irfan, S., Kamal, A. (2008). Major attributes of the personality studies: Review of dissertationa and research reports submitted to the National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 39 (2), 11-35.
  90. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2008). Development of self reported and informant reported delinquency scales for labourer adolescents. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 2 (1), 51-71.
  91. Irshad, A. S., Masood, A. S., Kamal, A., & Masood, S. (2007 Jan). Prescribing privileges for Psychologists among university students in Islamabad. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association 57(1), 35-36.Available at http://jpma.org.pk/jp ma/ 01Jan07/full tex11.htm.
  92. Nausheen, B., & Kamal, A. (2007). Familial social support and depression in breast cancer: An exploratory study on Pakistani sample. Psycho-Oncology, 16 (9), 859-862.
  93. Salik, R., & Kamal, A. (2007). Occupational stress, strain and coping strategies among people suffering from hypertension and people without hypertension. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 1 (1), 39-51.
  94. Loona, M. A. & Kamal, A. (2007). School social behaviour of predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive/ impulsive combined type ADHD children. Pakistan Journal of Psychology,38 (1), 57-69.
  95. Kamal, A. (2005). Relationship between gender role attitudes and attribution of responsibility for sexual harassment among university students. Personality Study and Group Behaviour, 25, 9-18.
  96. Adil, A., & Kamal, A. (2005). Relationship between attachment styles, love styles, and narcissism among university students. Indian Psychological Review, 54 (1).
  97. Irshad, A. S., Masood, A. S., Kamal, A., & Masood S. (2005). Road rage behaviour: Experiences of university students. Journal of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 15 (12), 830-831. Available at http://pakmedinet .com/journal.php?id20&choice=1&month=december&year=20 05&vol=15(12)
  98. Sheikh, M. A., & Kamal, A. (2004). Prevalence and pattern of smoking in university students-Perspectives from Islamabad. Journal of The College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 14(3),194.
  99. Loona, M. A. & Kamal, A. (2004). Academic performance and school social behaviour of ADHD and non ADHD children. Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 12, 17-37.
  100. Ruback, R. B., Panday, J., Begum, H.A., Tariq, N., & Kamal, A. (2004). Motivations for and Satisfaction with migration: An analysis of Migrants to New Delhi, Dhaka, and Islamabad. Environment and Behaviour, 36 (6), 814-838.
  101. Bhukhari, S., & Kamal, A. (2003). Development of an Indigenous Emotional State Scale for Dermotological Patients (ESS-D). Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 18(1-2), 59-79.
  102. Nausheen, B., & Kamal, A. (2003). Familial Social Support Scale (FSSS) for Breast Cancer Patients: Development and Validation. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 18 (3-4), 119-130.
  103. Ruback, R. B., Begum, H. A., Tariq, N., Kamal, A., & Pandey, J.(2002). Reactions to environmental stressors: Gender differences in the slums of Dhaka and Islamabad. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology, 33, 100-119.
  104. Kamal, A., Hassan, S., & Khalil, A. (2002). Sexual harassment at workplace: Five women workers’ experiences. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 17(1-2), 29-42.
  105. Loona, M. A., & Kamal, A. (2002). Gender differences among ADHD children on school social behaviour. Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 13(1-2), 5-22.
  106. Iqbal, S., & Kamal, A. (2001) Sexual harassment experiences of women working in the national airline. Journal of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 27(1-2), 109-120.
  107. Shaikh, M. A. & Kamal, A. (2001). Three-month prevalence and profile of injuries in the university students-Perspective from Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences, 17 (4), 215-219.This article is also Available online:www .pulsepanis tan.com/pakmedsciences
  108. Ahmad, S., & Kamal, A.(2000). Development of Rape Myths Scale and its relation with gender roles attitudes. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 15(1-2), 57-74.
  109. Kamal, A., & Tariq, N. (1997). Sexual Harassment Experience Questionnaire for workplaces of Pakistan: Development and validation. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 12(1-2), 1-20.
  110. Khan, S., & Anila. (1997). Home environment of the children belonging to lower and middle socio-economic status. Personality Study and Group Behaviour, 17, 1-16.
  111. Shujaat, R., Zehra, F., & Anila (1996). Personality characteristics of executives in business organizations as revealed through selected scales of California Psychological Inventory. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 11(3-4), 65-80.
  112. Nasir, S. J., Anila., & Ahmed, S. M. S. (1996). Internal consistency of Boredom Proneness Scale for a sample of Pakistani students. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 82, 367-370.
  113. Tariq P. N., Abbas, I. & Anila. (1996). Prisoners perceptions of their problems and coping strategies. Indian Journal of Criminology, 24(1-2), 60-69.
  114. Khan, S., Haque, A. & Anila. (1995). Development of an indigenous Job Knowledge Test. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 10(1-4), 27-37.
  115. Pervez S., & Anila. (1994). Home environment of children as revealed through HOME Inventory (Elementary Version). Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 9(1-4), 13-26.
  116. Anila. (1995). Sexual harassment of women: Myths versus reality. Personality Study and Group Behaviour 15, 47-54.
  117. Ahmed, I., Haque, A., & Anila. (1994). Validation of Femininity/Masculinity Scale of California Psychological Inventory in Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 9(1-4), 27-35. This article has been acknowledged by Professor Harrison G. Gough in the latest and 3rd edition of CPI Manual i.e., H.G. Gough & P. Bradley (Eds.) CPI Manual (1996) (pp. 147 & 411). Consulting Psychologist Press, Palo Alto, CA.
  118. Anila, Khan, F. N., & Sabir, F. (1993). Men's sex role attitudes as related to their age, marital status, occupation, and education. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 8(3-4), 53-62.
  119. Pervez, S., & Anila. (1993). HOME Inventory (Preschool Version) and its relation with various demographic variables. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 8(1-2), 13-23.
  120. Tariq, P. N., & Anila. (1993). Marital maladjustment and crime of murder among Pakistani female criminals. International Journal of Psychology, 28(6), 809-819.
  121. Anila. (1992). Sex role attitudes of working and non-working women. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 7(1-2), 31-39.
  122. Anila., Ansari, Z. A., & Tariq, P. N. (1991). Development of an indigenous Sexual Harassment Attribution Questionnaire for Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 6(1-2), 55-67.
  123. Khan, S., Anila., & Pervez, S.(1991). Adaptation of HOME Inventory (Infant Version) for Pakistani children. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 6(3-4), 103-115.

b) Articles in Proceedings and Newsletters

  1. Loona, M. A., & Kamal, A. (2010). Translation of Disruptive Behavior Disorder Rating Scale (DBD) Into Urdu Language for the Assessment of Childhood Behavior Disorders. In Proceedings of Conference titled Research in Psychology: Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quiad-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  2. Hassan, B., & Kamal, A. (2010). A study of Piri-Muridi: Interviews of Famous Sajjada Nashin at Potohar Region. In Proceedings of Conference titled Research in Psychology: Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quiad-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  3. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2009). Patterns of delinquency and personality traits of adolescents in Child Labor. In Proceedings of 3rd Internation Conference on Developmental Psychpathology: Prevalence, Management, and Prevention organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quiad-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  4. Iqbal, N., Gilani, N., & Kamal, A. (2009). Gender Specific Activities and its Relationship with the Self-concept of Adolescents. In Proceedings of 3rd Internation Conference on Developmental Psychpathology: Prevalence, Management, and Prevention organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quiad-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  5. Kamal, A., & Tahir, S. (2009, July 5). Widening of breach between children and society: Impact of electronic media and internet on children. The Daily Express, 9 (39), p. 4.
  6. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A (2009). Child labor and delinquency in Pakistan. (2009, May 1). The News International, p.19.
  7. Masood, S., & Kamal, A. (2007). Factors influencing attribution of blame for spousal violence. In Proceedings of the 8th International conference on Rights and Empowerment: Gender Issues in Southeast Asia organized by Women Action and Resource Initiative (WARI), Bangkok Thailand (pp. 95-110). Thailand : WARI
  8. Kamal, A., & Butt, Q. A. (2002, December). Sexual Harassment and coping strategies of Doctors and Nurses in America and Pakistan. XI International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Department of Psychology, Institute of Professional Studies, Al-khair University, Lahore.
  9. Khan, S., & Anila. (1994, October). Home environment for Pakistani male and female children. NIP Newsletter, Vol.13(4), pp. 2-3. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  10. Nasir, S. J., & Anila. (1994). Development of an indigenous Boredom Proneness Checklist for Pakistan. In N. Najam, L. Mirza, E. Khan., S. S. Imam., G. Mohyuddin., & N. G. Khawaja (Eds.). Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association (pp. 227-230). Lahore, Pakistan: M. Ilyas Printers.
  11. Anila. (1994). Sex role attitudes of working and nonworking women. In S. Aziz (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seminar on Social and Psychological Aspects of Work Environment (pp. 4-11). Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  12. Anila. (1994, January). Sexual harassment in the university campus. NIP Newsletter, Vol. 13(1), pp. 2-3. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  13. Anila. (1992). Eve-teasing: Myths versus reality. University Gazette. Islamabad: A publication of Quaid-i-Azam University.

c) Published Research Report

  1. Kamal, A., Aftab, R., & Aslam, N. (2013). Psychological Intervention report of Communities affected by Moonsoon Flood in 28 severely affected districts of Pakistan. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with UNDP, Islamabad.
  2. Principal Investigator OF Human Factors Engineering (HEF) Project (Task analysis) Development and Implementation for C-2/PAEC (2010). National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with CHASMA Nuclear Power Project UNIT-2, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.
  3. Kamal, A., & Saghir, S. A. (2003).Need Assessment of out-of-school adolescent girls in Pakistan. Published by UNESCO Islamabad, Pakistan.

d) Research Monographs

  1. Hassan, B., Kamal, A. (2010). The Piri-Muridi Relationship: Attitudes and Opinions of People towards Piri-Muridi and Interviews of Famous Sajjada Nishin at Potohar Region. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & CO.KG, Germany
  2. Kamal, A. (2009). Sexual harassment at workplaces and coping strategies employed by women. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

e) Books:

  1. McCarthy, S., Jaffer, J., Kamal, A., & Zubair, A (Eds) Psychology at work in Asia (9-17). Published by Asian Psychological Association, Cambridge Scholars
  2. Hassan, B., Kamal, A. (2010). The Piri-Muridi Relationship: Attitudes and Opinions of People towards Piri-Muridi and Interviews of Famous Sajjada Nishin at Potohar Region. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & CO.KG, Germany
  3. Kamal, A. (2009). Sexual harassment at workplaces and coping strategies employed by women. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

f) Chapters in Edited Books:

  1. Kamal, A., & Zubair, A. (2013). Psychology in Pakistan from a Pakistani perspective. In McCarthy, S., Jaffer, J., Kamal, A., & Zubair, A (Eds) Psychology at work in Asia (9-17). Published by Asian Psychological Association.
  2. Kalsoom, S., & Kamal, A. (2013).Self-efficacy of Married and Unmarried female Government officials, teachers, nurses, and librarians. In McCarthy, S., Jaffer, J., Kamal, A., & Zubair, A (Eds) Psychology at work in Asia (70-81). Published by Asian Psychological Association.
  3. Pervez, M., & Kamal, A. (2006). The research the ution meglaion of the flood affectees. The research organization of guidance and institute of clinical psychology
  4. Pakistan Psychological Association (PPA): A review of professional organization of psychologists. In Inayatullah, (Ed.). Associations of Social Scientists: An Analytical Study, (pp. 219-260). Published by Council of Social Sciences, Pakistan in collaboration with UNESCO Islamabad, Pakistan.
  5. Pervez, M., & Kamal, A. (2006). Pakistan Psychological Association (PPA): A review of professional organization of psychologists. In Inayatullah, (Ed.). Associations of Social Scientists: An Analytical Study, (pp. 219-260). Published by Council of Social Sciences, Pakistan in collaboration with UNESCO Islamabad, Pakistan.
  6. Anila. (1996). Perception of self. In I. N. Hassan (Ed.). Psychology of women (pp. 313-334). Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan. (It is a text book for the Masters in Women Studies Programme).

Articles Presented at Conferences

International Conferences (Foreign Countries)
  1. Malik, F., & Kamal, A., (2018, July 26). A qualitative exploration of hoarding behavior in Pakistan. Presented at 25th Annual OCD Conference. Organized by International OCD Foundation, Washington D.C., USA. Sponsor by HEC
  2. Rayna, S., & Kamal, A. (2018, June 26-30). Road traffic accidents: Role of driving anger expression, personality, and driving behavior among Pakistani drivers. Presented at 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Montreal, Canada. Sponsor by SELF
  3. Kalsum, S., Kamal, A. (2017, December). Mediating role of emotional self-regulation and achievement drive on gender role attitudes & marital adjustment. Presented at ICPL (International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Learning), Sydney, Australia. Sponsor by HEC
  4. Kamal, A. (2017, November 6-7). Exploration of Reasons for Inclination towards Pirs among People of Pakistan: Psychological Perspective. Presented at International Conference on Social Sciences, Arts, Business and Education, University of Toronto, Toronto Canada. Sponsor by HEC
  5. Kamal, A. (August 2014), Teaching Psychology in Pakistan: Changing Perspectives. Presented at International Conference of Psychology Educaiton-ICOPE-6, Organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA. . Sponsor by HEC
  6. Kamal, A. (August 2014), Attributional Complexity, Depression, and Self-Esteem among College Students. Presented at International Conference of Psychology Educaiton-ICOPE-6, Organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA. . Sponsor by HEC
  7. Kamal, A. (August 2014), Acceptability of Lying as Function of Perceivers’ Motive to Lie, Relative Importance of the Situation, and Closeness to the Person. Presented at International Conference of Psychology Educaiton-ICOPE-6, Organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA. . Sponsor by HEC
  8. Ambreen, S., & Kamal, A . (July 17-20, 2013). Performance of Pakistani Children on Wisc-IV Adapted Subtest. Presented in the 12th European Conference on Psychological Assessment, San sebastian, Spain
  9. Ambreen, S., & Kamal, A. (July 3rd-5th, 2012). Adaptation of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Childrens Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) in Pakistan. Presented in the 8th Conference of the International Test Commission at University of Amsterdam, Netherland.
  10. Ambreen, S., & Kamal, A. (July 19th – 21st 2010).Verbal Comprehension Index (VCI) Subtests of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, fourth edition (WISC-IV UK): Adaptation and norms development in Pakistan. Paper presented in The 7th Conference of the International Test Commission held at Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  11. Tallat, G., Kamal, A., & McCarthey, S. (2008, June 25-28). Social Comparison in Marital Relationship Measure: Definition and Development of Measure. Paper presented at 2nd Annual Convention of Asian Psychological Association. Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
  12. Tallat, G., & Kamal, A. (2008, July 15-18). Affective Consequences of Direction of Quality of Marital Relationship. Paper presented at 66th Annual Convention of International Council of Psychologists. St.Petersburg, Russia.
  13. Masood, S., & Kamal, A. (2007, Oct 30-31). Factors influencing attribution of blame for spousal violence. Paper presented at 8th International conference on Rights and Empowerment: Gender Issues in Southeast Asia. Women Action and Resource Initiative (WARI) Bangkok , Thailand.
  14. Kamal, A., & Saghir, A. R. (2004, March 15). Need Assessment of out-of-school adolescent girls in Pakistan. Paper read at Workshop on “Policy Issues concerning out-of-school adolescent girls learning needs” at Dhaka, Bangladesh, organized by UNESCO, France.
International Conferences (Pakistan)
  1. Kamal, A. (2018, Feb). Eating and Food Myths Beliefs as Mental Health Issue. Keynote speech deliverd at International Conference on Mental Health: Gender Issues, Challenges and Outcomes, which will be held on 16-17 February, 2018 by Department of Psychology, Hazara University, Mansehra
  2. (2018, Mar). Prevalent Food Myths and Its Role in Establishing Unhealthy Eating Attitude among Adolescents. Paper presented at the 1st National Conference on Promoting Mental Health in Schools: A way Forward. Organized by University of Management and Technology, Lahore.
  3. (2017, Mar). Understanding Hoarding Behavior in Pakistani Context. Paper presented at the 1st National Graduate Conference, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad.
  4. (2017, Dec). Chair the session in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  5. Abbasi, S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Exploring mediating role of psychological capital in relationship of emotions and work engagement among small business entrepreneurs. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  6. Kalsoom. S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Predicting marital adjustmenting from emotional intelligence and multitasking ability of working married men and women. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  7. Khan, M., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Relationship between implicit theories and forgiveness during legal decision making among law students. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  8. Abubakkar, M., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Moderating role of internalization on impacts of media images on students. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  9. Younas, S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Exploration of religious knowledge regarding permission to visit pir’s in Pakistan. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  10. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Role of Gender and Body Mass Index in Establishing Negative Eating Attitude and Body Image among Adolescents. Attended and Paper presented in 1st International Conference on Emerging Trends in Psychology: Preparing for 21st Century. Organized by Foundation University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  11. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2017, Dec). Moderating Role of Beliefs on Food Myths on the Relationship between Body Image and Eating Attitude among Adolescents. Attended and Paper Presented in International Conference on Health and Wellbeing. Organized by Department of Applied Psychology Lahore College for Women University, Lahore in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  12. Kalsoom, S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Nov). Moderating role of emotional intelligence on the relationship between multitasking preference and multitasking ability. Paper presented at International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Learning. Organized by Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, Fukuoka Kitakyushu, Japan
  13. Younis, S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Nov). A psychological study to explore the reasons for inclination towards Pirs in Pakistan. Attended and Paper Presented in International Conference on Social Science, Arts, Business, and Education. Organized by University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
  14. Huda, S., & Kamal, A. (2017, Oct). Attended and Paper Presented in Exploring and understanding the role of social institutions contributing toward honour killings in Pakistan. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender Studies and the Status of Women. Organized by Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
  15. Kamal, A. (2017, Aug). Sexual And Reproductive Health Of Youth In Pakistan’ Key note speech delivered on 1st National Conference on Gender Studies 2017 “Gender Studies: Perceptions, Practices, and Possibilities Organized by Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad
  16. Zubair, A., Kamal, A., & Artemeva, V. (2016, Mar). Gender differences on character strengths, social competence, and peer relations among Pakistani and Russian university students. Paper presented in International Conference on Gender in Perspective, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan (1-2 December, 2016).
  17. (2016, Mar). Chair the session in International Conference of Social Sciences on Emerging Problems of the Developing Countries: Indigenous Responses and Way Forward. Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  18. Zubair, A., Kamal, A., & Artemeva, V. (2016, Mar). Gender differences on character strengths, social competence, and peer relations among Pakistani and Russian university students. Paper presented in International Conference on Gender in Perspective, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan (1-2 December, 2016).
  19. (2016, Mar). Chair the session in International Conference of Social Sciences on Emerging Problems of the Developing Countries: Indigenous Responses and Way Forward. Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar in collaboration with Higher Education Commission, Pakistan.
  20. (2016, Mar). Paper presented in 1st International Conference (ICCTP-2016). Organized by Department of Psychology, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan.
  21. (2016, Mar). Paper presented in 2 days International Conference on Islamic Charity and Social Development in Pakistan. Organized by Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in collaboration with Higher Education Commission Thematic Research Grant Program, Islamabad.
  22. (2015, Mar). Relationship of Substance Use Coping with Psychological Distress, Social Support and Posttraumatic growth among flood affected Individuals. Paper presented in 14th International Conference of Psychology (ICP 2015) “The current challenges for Psychology: From Crisis to Sustainable Solutions” Organized by Department of Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore
  23. (2015, Mar). Role of Psychological Ownership and Psychological Capital in the Relationship between Authentic Leadership and Burnout among University Teachers. Paper presented in 14th International Conference of Psychology (ICP 2015) “The current challenges for Psychology: From Crisis to Sustainable Solutions” Organized by Department of Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore
  24. (2015, Mar). A comparative study on the self concept and self efficacy of married and unmarried working women. Paper presented in 14th International Conference of Psychology (ICP 2015) “The current challenges for Psychology: From Crisis to Sustainable Solutions” Organized by Department of Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore
  25. Mujeeb, A., Kamal, A., & Zubair, A. (2015, Aug). Depression, psychological distress, and coping strategies among acid burn female victims. 7th National Symposium on Depression: Creating Awareness, Integrating Clinical Practice and Research organized by Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. College of Medicine, Rawal Institute of Health Sciences. Islamabad, Pakistan
  26. (2015, Dec). Translation and validation of Multidimensional Body Self-Relation Questionnaire-Appearance Scale (MBSRQ-AS) among Adolescents. Paper presented in 1st National Conference on Indigenizing Clinical Psychology: Issues and Challenges. Organized by Institute of Clinical Psychology University of Management and Technology Lahore.
  27. (2015, Dec). Comparing Posttraumatic Stress and Posttraumatic Growth among Flood Effected men and women: Understanding the patterns in an Integrative Psychological Framework. Paper presented in 1st International Conference of Psychology Advancing Women Issues: Local and Global Directions” Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar.
  28. (2015, Dec). Psychological Capital, work related flow, and Creative work behavior among employees of software houses: Moderating role of gender. Paper presented in 1st International Conference of Psychology Advancing Women Issues: Local and Global Directions” Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar.
  29. (2015, Dec). Occupational and Gender Differences in Perceived Organizational Politics, Perceived Organizational Support, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Affective Commitment. Poster presented in 1st International Conference of Psychology Advancing Women Issues: Local and Global Directions” Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar.
  30. (2015, Dec). Exploring Eating Attitude Phenomenon among Adolescents’ girls and boys in Pakistani Context. Poster presented (1st Prize awarded) in 1st International Conference of Psychology Advancing Women Issues: Local and Global Directions” Organized by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar.
  31. (2014, Apr). Presented paper titled “Assessment of Callous Unemotional Traits in Children with Disruptive Behaviour Disorders” PACP & CCP International Conference: “Clinical Psychology Outside Clinic” organized by Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychology and Centre for Clinical Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
  32. (2014, Aug). Key-Note Lecture delivered in International Conference on Psychology Education-6 organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA.
  33. (2014, Aug). Presented paper titled Attributional complexity, depression, and self-esteem among college students in International Conference on Psychology Education-6 organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA.
  34. (2014, Aug). Presented paper titled Acceptability of lying as function of perceivers’ motive to lie, relative importance of the situation, and closeness to the person in International Conference on Psychology Education-6 organized by College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, Yuma Arizona, USA.
  35. (2014, Sep). Presented paper titled “Spiritual intelligence and conflict resolution among couples. Two-days International Conference of Social Psychology. GCU, Lahore.
  36. (2014, Nov). Presented paper titled “Role of Psychological Capital and Work Engagement in the Relationship Between Authentic Leadership and Job Related Affective Well-being among University Teachers” International Conference on Educational Psychology, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  37. (2014, Nov). Presented paper titled “Assessment of Simultaneous Influence of DBD Symptoms and Academic Performance on School Social Behaviour of Children” International Conference on Educational Psychology, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  38. (2014, Nov). Presented paper titled “Development and Validation of an indigenous Scale: Children Measure for Moral Reasoning” International Conference on Educational Psychology, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  39. (2014, Nov). Presented paper titled “Effect of Creativity and Academic Performance on Immoral Behavior and Reasoning of University Students” International Conference on Educational Psychology, organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  40. (2013, July). Presented paper titled “Performance of Pakistani Children on Wisc-IV Adapted Subtest” in the 12th European Conference on Psychological Assessment, San sebastian, Spain
  41. Aslam N & Kamal, A. (2013, Aug). Gender Differences on Rumination Styles, Psychological Distress, Perceived Social Support, and Posttraumatic Growth among Flood Affected Individuals. Paper Presented in the 5th National Symposium on Depression on 31 August, 2013.
  42. Hassan, Z., Kamal, A., & Malik, J. A. (Feb 2012). Identifying risk factors for personality pathology within the personality traits: A comparison of personality dimensions with pathological factors. Paper presented at 13th National Psychology Conference “Psychology…Need of the time”. A joint venture of Pakistan Psychological Association and Dept. of Psychology, International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  43. (2012, Mar). Presented a paper titled “Perception of Significant others Attitudes by Hijras of Hijra Community: Qualitative Approach” in 1st International Conference on Mental Health on Violence, Psychological Trauma with possible Acute and Post-traumatic Interventions in General and Particularly in Pakistani Society at International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  44. (2012, Mar). Presented a paper titled “Translation of Spence Child Anxiety Scale – Parent version (SCAS-P) and Validation through Child Behaviour Checklist (CBCL) (Urdu version)” in 1st International Conference on Mental Health on Violence, Psychological Trauma with possible Acute and Post-traumatic Interventions in General and Particularly in Pakistani Society at International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  45. (2012, Mar). Presented a paper titled “Learning conditions and problem solving ability of children” in 1st International Conference on Mental Health on Violence, Psychological Trauma with possible Acute and Post-traumatic Interventions in General and Particularly in Pakistani Society at International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  46. (2012, Mar). Presented a paper titled “Positive Mental Health Status Of Young Adults Living In Flood Affected Areas” in 1st International Conference on Mental Health on Violence, Psychological Trauma with possible Acute and Post-traumatic Interventions in General and Particularly in Pakistani Society at International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  47. (2012, Apr). Presented a paper titled “Impact of Perceived Organizational Politics on Certain Behavioral Outcomes” in International Conference on Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Trends, Challenges and Applications organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  48. (2012, Jul). Presented paper titled “Adaptation of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Childrens Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) in Pakistan” in the 8th Conference of the International Test Commission at University of Amsterdam, Netherland (July 3rd – 5th, 2012).
  49. (2012, Dec). Oral Presentation at International Conference of Applied Psychology (ICAPP). Situational Variability of Behavioural Problems of Children in Home and School Settings. Organized by Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
  50. (2012, Dec). Oral Presentation at International Conference of Applied Psychology (ICAPP). Identifying Potential Antecedents of Posttraumatic Growth among Flood Affectees. Organized by Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
  51. (2012, Dec). Oral Presentation at International Conference of Applied Psychology (ICAPP). Journey of Thousand Miles Start with First Step; Translation, Adaptation and Validation of Conflict Behavior Questionnaire (Cbq-44) for Pakistani Adolescents. Organized by Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
  52. (2012, Dec). Oral Presentation at International Conference of Applied Psychology (ICAPP). Adaptation and validation of autonomy-connectedness scale (ACS-25 Urdu). Organized by Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
  53. (2012, Dec). Oral Presentation at International Conference of Applied Psychology (ICAPP). Adaptation and validation of assessment of DSM-IV personality disorders (ADP-IV) questionnaire. Organized by Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore.
  54. (2011, Jul). Participation in 1st National Conference on Higher Education by Staff Training Institute, University of Peshawar, KP, Pakistan titled “Higher Education in Pakistan Perspective Prospects and Perils”
  55. (2011, Oct). Presented a paper titled “Role of parenting styles and familial factors in prediction of childhood behavior problems”. 1st International Conference on Parenting: Practices and Implications, Government College of Home Economics, Lahore
  56. Fayyaz, W., & Kamal, A. (November 2011). Personality traits and metacognitive listening skills of English as a foreign language in Pakistan. Paper presented at 13th Pakistan psychological Conference (25-26 Nov) titled “Let us Join Hands for Pakistan”, Lahore, Pakistan.
  57. (2010, Jul). Presented a paper titled “Verbal Comprehension Index (VCI) Subtests of Weschsler Intelligence Scale for children, 4th edition (WISC IV UK): Adaptation and norms development in Pakistan”. 7th Conference of International Test Commission held at Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  58. (2010, Oct). Presented a paper titled “Translation of Disruptive Behaviour Disorder Rating Scale (DBDRS) into Urdu Language for the Assessment of Childhood Behavioral Disorders”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  59. (2010, Oct). Presented a paper titled “Attitude towards Hijra: Comparison along Gender, Gender Role Attitudes, Religiosity, and Extremism”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  60. (2010, Oct). Presented a paper titled “A Study of Piri-Muridi: Interviews of Famous Sajjada Nishin at Potohar Regions”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  61. (2010, Oct). Presented a paper titled “Relationship between Perception of Social Support and Marital Satisfaction among Infertile Couples”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  62. (2010, Oct). Presented a poster titled “Exploring Reactions to Invasion of Personal Space in University Students”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  63. (2010, Oct). Presented a poster titled “Assessment and Reassessment of University Students in Their Level of Terrorism Catastrophizing, Perceived Stress, death Anxiety, and Behavioral Changes”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  64. (2010, Oct). Presented a poster titled “Effects of Collaborative vs. Solitary Learning on Primary School Children’s Problem Solving Performance”. National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  65. Nayab, R., Kamal, A., (June 23rd – 27tht, 2010). Exposure to Terrorism & Behavioral Changes in Students Experienceing Terrorism Catastrophizing, Perceived Stress, and Death Anxiety. 14th Annual Conference of University of Peshawar at Summer Campus Bara Gali “War on Terror: Psycho-social Effects”. Summer Campus Bara Gali
  66. Nayab, R., Kamal, A., (April 1st, 2010). Terrorism Catastrophizing Perceived Stress & Death Anxiety among University Students. Paper presented. Ist International Conference on Forensic Psychology: Issues, and Interventions. Government College University, Lahore
  67. Kulsoom, S., & Kamal, A. (2010, March 11). The perception of self, perception of others and self efficacy of married and unmarried working women. Paper Presented in conference titled Resilience, coping strategies and Reconstruction of self among women at Department of applied psychology. University of the punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.
  68. Fatima, A., Kamal, A., & Irfan, S. (2009, October 13-15). Relationship of Depression with Attributional Complexity and Self-esteem among Boys and Girls. Paper Presented at 3rd International Conference on Developmental Psychopathology Prevelance, Management, and Prevention. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  69. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2009, October 13-15). Patterns of Delinquency and Personality Traits of Adolescents in Child Labor. Paper Presented at 3rd International Conference on Developmental Psychopathology Prevelance, Management, and Prevention. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  70. Ambreen, S., Kamal, A. (2009, March 20th). Adaptation and Validation of Verbal Comprehension index Subtests of Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children- Fourth Edition (WISC-IV UK) Paper Presented in the International Conference on Culture and Mental Health held at GCU, Lahore, Pakisatan.
  71. (2008, Jul). Presented a paper titled “Affective Consequences of Direction of Quality of Marital Relationship” at 66th Annual Convention of International Council of Psychologists. St.Petersburg, Russia (2008, July 15-18).
  72. (2008, Jun). Presented a paper titled “Social Comparison in Marital Relationship Measure: Definition and Development of Measure” at 2nd Annual Convention of Asian Psychological Association. Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia (2008, June 25-28).
  73. Kamal, A., & Masood, S. (2007, May 16). Gender role attitudes and attribution of blame for spousal violence in married men and women. Paper presented at one-day National conference on “Gender Issues in 21st Century in Pakistan”. Centre for Clinical Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan.
  74. (2007, Oct). Presented a paper titled “Factors influencing attribution of blame for spousal violence.” in 8th International conference on Rights and Empowerment: Gender Issues in Southeast Asia. Women Action and Resource Initiative (WARI) Bangkok, Thailand.
  75. (2005, Apr). Present a talk on “Myths and reality about sexual harassment in USA and Pakistan” at The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey, USA.
  76. Kamal, A., & Saqib, T. (2004, Sept 10).Exploration of the Change in gender role attitudes during past decade. Paper Presented at Ist national conference on “Role of Psychologist in the socioeconomic development of Pakistan”. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  77. Iqbal, S., & Kamal, A. (2001, March 19). Sexual harassment of the women working in an airline. Paper presented in 6th Regional Conference of the Afro-Asian Psychological Association, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
  78. Kamal., A., Tariq, N., & Ansari, Z. A. (1999). Demographic variables, sex role attitudes and attribution of responsibility for sexual harassment. Paper presented at 10th International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Lahore.
  79. Farooqi, G., & Anila. (1994). Self concept of destitute and nondestitute women. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Lahore.
  80. Tariq, P. N. & Akbar, F., & Anila. (1994). Urban criminality, fear of crime and "reporting to police behaviour" in Pakistan. Paper presented at 9th International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Lahore.
  81. (1992, Jul). Participated in a Conference organized by Department of Psychology, University of Peshawar in collaboration with University Grants Commission, Baragali.
  82. Anila., & Ansari, Z. A. (1992). Development of Sex Role Attitudes Scale for Pakistan. Unpublished manuscript, National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  83. Tariq, P. N., & Anila. (1991). Marital adjustment and crime of murder among Pakistani female criminals. Paper presented at 8th International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Islamabad.
  84. Anila. (1991). Sexual harassment: Myths vs. women's reality. Paper presented at 8th International Conference of Pakistan Psychological Association, Islamabad.
  85. Anila. (1990). Perception of sexual harassment among a group of male and female medical college students. Unpublished manuscript, National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

Editorial Work

 
  1. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayoom, A. (2016). Pakistan Psychological Abstract. Vol. 10. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  2. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayoom, A. (2015). Pakistan Psychological Abstract. Vol. 9. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  3. Kamal, A., Haq, M. A., Hanif, R., Malik, J., & Jami, H. (2014) Proceedings of 5th International Conference on educational Psychology. Published by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, and Islamabad.
  4. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayoom, A. (2013). Pakistan Psychological Abstract. Vol. 8. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  5. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., Hanif, R., Tariq, S & Aslam, N. (2012) Proceedings of International Conference on Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Trends, Challenges and Applications (April 19th, 2012) published in 2014. Published by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, and Islamabad
  6. Kamal, A., Jami, H., Malik, J., & Naqvi, I. (2011). Proceedings of Research in Psychology: Indegenous and Cultural Context. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  7. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayum, A. (Eds.). (2011). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.6. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.
  8. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayum, A. (Eds.). (2011). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.7. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  9. Kamal, A., Tahir, S., Zubair, A., & Tariq, S. (2010). Proceedings of International
    Conference on Developmental Psychopathology: Prevalence, Management, and Prevention. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  10. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayum, A. (Eds.). (2010). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.5. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.
  11. Kamal, A., Zubair, A., & Qayum, A. (Eds.). (2009). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.4. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.
  12. Kamal, A. (Since 2008 issue to date) Editor of Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, A bi-annual research publication of National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  13. Kamal, A. (Since 1992 issue to 2008) Associate Editor of Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, A bi-annual research publication of National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  14. Salik, A., & Kamal, A. (Eds.). (2005). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.3. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.
  15. Kamal, A. (1998). Reviewed the study guide ”Introduction to Feminist Research”, Department of Women Studies, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan. This is a study guide for M.Sc. Women Studies.
  16. Shafi-un-Nisa, Ansari, Z.A., & Anila. (Eds.). (1995). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.2. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.
  17. Shafi-un-Nisa, Ansari, Z. A., & Anila. (Eds.) (1992). Pakistan Psychological Abstracts, Vol.1. Islamabad: National Institute of Psychology.

Tests and Scales/ Questionnaire Developed

 
  1. Kamal, A. (2009). Sexual Harassment Questionnaire. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  2. Naqvi, I., & Kamal, A. (2009). Urdu Version of Eysenck personality Questionnaire. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  3. Chisti, A., & Kamal, A. (2009). Translation and Adaptation of Neo Personality Questionnaire. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  4. Kamal, A., & Zubair, A. (2009. Editors. Siddiqui Shah Depression Scale. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University.
  5. Self reported and Informant reported Delinquency Scales for laborer Adolescents. Published in FWU Journal of Social Sciences, (2008) 2 (1), 51-71.
  6. Emotional State Scale for Dermatological Patient. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (2003), 18(1-2), 59-79.
  7. Familial Social Support Scale for Breast Cancer Patients. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (2003), 18(3-4), 119-130.
  8. Rape Myths Scale. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (2000), 15(1-2), 57-72.
  9. Sexual Harassment Experience Questionnaire. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (1997), 12(1-2), 1-20.
  10. Boredom Proneness Scale. Published in journal of Perceptual and Motor Skills, (1996), 82, 367-370.
  11. Job Knowledge Test. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (1995), 10(1-4), 27-37.
  12. Sex Role Attitude Scale. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (1993), 8(3-4), 153-62, and in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (1992), 7(1-2), 31-39, and also in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (2000), 15 (1-2), 57-74.
  13. Sexual Harassment Attribution Questionnaire. Published in Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, (1991), 6(1-2), 55-67.

Chief Organizer of Conferences

International Conferences Organized
S.No. Date Title
1 (2018, Nov) Chief Organizer of 7th International Conference on Positive Psychology: Developing a Flourishing Community organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
2 (2016, Nov) Chief Organizer of 6th International Conference on Gender Psychology organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
3 (2014, Apr) Chief Organizer of 5th International Conference on Educational Psychology organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
4 (2012, Apr) Chief Organizer of 4th International Conference on Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Trends, Challenges and Applications organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
5 (2009, Oct) Chief Organizer of 3rd International Conference on Developmental Psychopathology Prevalence, Management, and Prevention. National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
National Conferences Organized
S.No. Date Title
1 (2010, Oct) Chief Organizer of National conference on Research in Psychology Indigenous and Cultural Context organized by National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
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