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The Great Game Paperback – July 6, 2011
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About the Author
Amit Abraham is Associate Professor and Head of the Postgraduate Department of Psychology at St. John’s College, Agra. He is actively involved in various offbeat research works related to the human psyche and is also supervising various research works. His Ph.D. is in the area of personality as determined and influenced by the Zodiac signs of individuals. Dr Abraham did his schooling from St. Joseph’s College, Nainital, and post-graduation in psychology from Delhi University. He has been the Coordinator of the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, New Delhi (under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India) for three consecutive terms (2005–2008). He is also the Recipient of the 'U.P. Shikshak Samman' for the year 2006 awarded by Bright Organization for Youth, Agra. Dr Abraham has done extensive work on human sexuality and sexual attitudes. He has developed scales for the measurement of attitudes towards premarital sex, polygamy, pornography, lesbianism, and homosexuality as well as for the measurement of values and vocational interest. He has published various research papers and articles in diverse areas in magazines and newspapers and has also authored various books, which include textbooks, books for competitive examinations, books on general interest and self-help books. He is also associated with the local print and electronic media as a consultant psychologist. Dr Abraham is also the Founder and Head of Samvaidna, a mental health welfare organization registered under the Societies Registration Act. This organization provides free guidance, counseling, and therapy for various psychological problems. He is also actively involved in offering psychological guidance and counseling through newspaper and magazine columns and also via the Internet.
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