Popular Press

Creativity

  • Kapoor, H. (2021, May 19). Are conspiracy theories creative? Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3wxrujI

  • Kapoor, H. (2021, April 13). Battle against COVID-19 has made the value of global innovation greater than ever before Firstpost. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2RKuN8z

  • Kapoor, H. (2021, February 3). Virtual classrooms bring opportunities for darker forms of creativity. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/36UdGpv

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, October 16). Memes in the times of adversity. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3kAIQad

  • Kapoor, H., & Tagat, A. (2020, August 17). Layers of deception in Netflix’s Money Heist. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3iWl5sd

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, July 13). Crafty and crooked, yet creative. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3emJvIv

  • Sharma, Y., & Kapoor, H. (2020, June 19). Is incivility a form of “Dark Creativity”? Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3fJUT22

  • Kapoor, H., & Karandikar, S. (2020, May 15). “Parasite” was a master class in dark creativity. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2XhD8Q6

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, April 17). Zoombombing! And other opportunistic deviance. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2yINQqj

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, March 18). COVID-19: Original harm at an unprecedented rate. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2vPJPzo

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, February 18). Creativity can be bright, dark, and everything in between. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2Pt62tH

  • Kapoor, H. (2019, February 8). Misbehaving: being clever and wicked is a form of creativity. Aeon Magazine/The Atlantic. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2GwLv3N


Mental Health

  • Kapoor, H., Punamiya, S., & Jain, P. (2021, February 8). Amidst a once-in-a-century pandemic, what does the budget say about mental healthcare? The Bastion. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2LuNVEN

  • Kapoor, H. (2020, August 4). What the national education policy means for the MPhil in clinical psychology. The Wire. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3fA2TlN

  • Kapoor, H. & Ahuja, S. (2019, April 22). Mental health insurance: Products introduced; here’s how they can be made better and widely accessible. Financial Express. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2GEqjbP

  • Ahuja, S., & Kapoor, H. (2019, March 17). How would mental health insurance in India work?. The Wire. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2U9zPv0

  • Kapoor, H. (2018, September 10). Mental health insurance cover in India is welcome, but unplanned move. The Wire. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2N1sjzt

  • Kapoor, H. (2017, April 24). A market for mental health insurance? HT Mint, p. 14. Retrived from https://bit.ly/2waJhjI

  • Kapoor, H. (2016, December 3). Dear Zindagi from a therapist's perspective: Gauri Shinde’s film does much for mental health. Firstpost. Retrieved from https://goo.gl/aMq7My

  • Kapoor, H. (2015, June 9). Mental health screening: Flawed approach can boomerang. Swarajya Magazine. Retrieved from http://goo.gl/wV4V6q


Behavioral Science

  • Khandelwal, A., & Kapoor, H. (2020, August 18). COVID-19 changed scientists’ research methods. Will this change science itself? The Wire. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3gayECi

  • Tagat, A. & Kapoor, H. (2020, March 2). Context matters for nudgers, too: A lesson from one of the most diverse countries on earth. Behavioral Scientist. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/3aJPHt8

  • Tagat, A., & Kapoor, H. (2019, February 8). Talking about the budget. Pragati. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2MVZBNc

  • Tagat, A., & Kapoor, H. (2019, January 30). The perils of sharing. Pragati. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2HTcXuA

  • Kapoor, H., & Tagat, A. (2018, November 25). Forever vs Little Things: A psychological perspective on two contrasting depictions of love and relationships. Firstpost. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2znVDre

  • Tagat, A. & Kapoor, H. (2017, February 16). This government puts its money where its mouth is. HT Mint, p. 17. Retrived from https://bit.ly/2Peu09B

  • Tagat, A. & Kapoor, H. (2017, January 24). MGNREGS and changing household decision-making: How the scheme has led to women empowerment. Firstpost. Retrieved from https://goo.gl/TrKe41

  • Tagat, A., & Kapoor, H. (2016, March 1). Jaitley's budget speech: Which words used more, which ones left out? Swarajya Magazine. Retrieved from https://goo.gl/yYPF1W

  • Kapoor, H. & Tagat, A. (2015, December 20). Bigg Boss: Television's biggest social experiment? Mint on Sunday. Retrieved from http://goo.gl/qqUIJu

  • Tagat, A., & Kapoor, H. (2015, May 7). The budget speech: What does it really say. Swarajya Magazine. Retrieved from http://goo.gl/LP38yT


Inclusion and Diversity

  • Puthillam, A., Karandikar, S., & Kapoor, H. (2020, June 30). Who cares about economic ideology? Medium. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2BXBmgJ

  • Puthillam, A., Kapoor, H., & Karandikar, S. (2020, February 19). In memory of Geert Hofstede: A cross-cultural icon. Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/32AVKgs

  • Kapoor, H., Karandikar, S., & Puthillam, A. (2019, May 11). Flaws in academic publishing perpetuate a form of neo-colonialism. The Wire. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2VwhMR9

  • Kapoor, H. (2018, March 25). Women on banknotes are associated with greater gender equality. Mint on Sunday. Retrieved from https://goo.gl/RAeGrL