Dr. N.D.S. Nagaseema

Dr. N.D.S. Nagaseema, Ph.D. (Psychology), is currently an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Health Psychology, School of Medical Sciences, University of Hyderabad, India. She is involved in teaching to students under undergraduate and postgraduate psychology programs for a substantial period of time. She is a recipient of Young Scientist Award 2010 instituted by the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, one of the oldest professional bodies in India that is dedicated to the field of Psychology. Her research activities are focussed primarily on Health Psychology and specifically on Community Health Psychology, Health Communication, and Biopsychosocial health of women, and Yoga. Dr. Seema has been involved in content development and visual aids in e-learning for University Grants Commission-Consortium for Education Communication (UGC-CEC) and MOOCs. She has to her credit several national and international publications including edited book.

Research Project

Co-PI for IoE Project titled, “Health beliefs and indigenous health practices related to non-communicable diseases and accessibility to health care services: A participatory action research on tribal communities in Telangana and Odisha”.

Research Articles

  • Seema, N., Sharon, P.S., Rana, S., & Nautiyal, A. (2022). Impact of positive health resources on psychological distress in elderly with chronic illness: Revelations from latent profile analysis. Indian Journal of Gerontology, 36 (1), 45-67
  • Nandinee, D., Rana, S., & Seema, N. (2022). A functional model explaining the dynamics of flourishing during adolescence: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Qualitative Research Journal, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-08-2021-0086
  • Seema, N.D.S. (2021). Post-traumatic growth: Positive Transformation beyond resilience. Emotion, Well-being, and Resilience, 439-450
  • Rana, S., Kumar, G.L., Seema, N., & Nandinee, D. (2021). Profile of diabetes patients’ chronic illness care in India and its role in their adherence. Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews, 15 (1), 303-308

For all articles please click: https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=list_works&hl=en&hl=en&user=SmrKiMoAAAAJ


NITTR IAAP AWARD 2020 to Ms. Aaarti Nagpal and Dr. N.D.S. Naga Seema for best research work in Ph.D. during 2020 at 57th National and 26th International conference of Indian Academy of Applied Psychology held at Mizoram University, on 27th to 29th 2022.