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Ananda Krishnan

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Mr Ananda Krishnan is a student of MSc.Applied Psychology at Pondicherry University, India. He hails from Trivandrum, Kerala. He had worked as a Psychology intern at several institutions including the collaborative office of Childline in Trivandrum.

Articles by- Ananda Krishnan

Trans: the world beyond binary

They are important shades of the marginal tails of the normal curve that peaks at the conventions of gender binary. Years after Lili Elbe, when science has successfully accomplished gender reassi...

Woods are lovely, dark and deep, let's wander like a lonely cloud: An overview of sauntering.

At an age when being quarantined became an imposition upon all of us, it offers the most appropriate time to ponder over the privilege of sauntering, the vagabond's pursuit for the holy land, the...

The Conscious mind: understandings from the exotic east

Our understanding of the mind is heavily based on western literature. Modern academia raises the question of replicability of the major chunk of research in behavioral sciences, most of which wer...

Psychological issues among sportspersons

“It's easy to overlook on the outside because all [the fans and media] see is players going out there and play in front of the big crowds, thinking how good a life they must have, but it's extr...

Lose yourself to the rapper's delight: "Empire State of Mind" or "Sicko mode"?

"Without music life would be a mistake" said Friedrich Nietzsche whose words still echo through stereo sets, head sets and ear pieces each time we play a bit of mood music. Music has always been ...

Religion: Cherubims of wellbeing or Cerberus of illness?

Though debates and discussions are rife with regards to the origins of religion, the foundations of religion, according to Einstein rested in one thing- fear. Fear of the unknown found solace in ...