Aishwarya Jaiswal is a Doctoral candidate and Senior Research Fellow in Psychology at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, India. She is also the Indian Principal Investigator (Project Director) in a four-year (2022-2026) international research cooperation project (involving Prague, India, Philippines, Pakistan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Spain and Hong Kong) concerning adolescents.
Aishwarya holds a Bachelor’s (Honours) and Master’s degree in Psychology from BHU and has also completed a Diploma in Statistics and Computing from the Institute of Science, BHU, with the highest marks. She is an awardee of a prestigious endowment scholarship and two University Gold Medals by the Banaras Hindu University for academic excellence in Psychology. She has won numerous scientific awards and is also one of the forty international young scientists selected quadrennially, from across the globe, as ‘Emerging Psychologist’ by the International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS), the United Nations- and World Health Organization-accredited global umbrella organization for psychology and the International Congress of Psychology (ICP 2020), the world’s largest and most influential psychological event.
Aishwarya’s research has mainly centered around social cognition, cyberpsychology, health, and education, and her broader areas of interest include Positive Health and Organizational Behavior. She has presented her research at several national and international conferences and holds numerous national/international scholarly publications to her credit. Furthermore, she is associated with varied national and international research projects and is also involved in developing, adapting, and psychometric validation of research instruments on academic procrastination, cyberchondriasis, subjective experiences in intergeneration interactions, and leader-member exchange, to name a few.
Besides, she is a freelance research and statistical analysis consultant and has rendered services and assistance to numerous doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers, and faculty members in Humanities, Life Sciences, Medicine, Management, etc., from varied academic institutions.
In-person, Aishwarya is much of a neophile and holds great charm for walking, traveling, exploring places and their indigenous cuisines, and socializing!
Aishwarya aims to make it to the world’s top 2% scientists list.