, Mumbai campus
M.A. (Mumbai),M.A. (South Florida),Ph.D. (South Florida)
Dr. Hemal Shroff received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of South Florida, USA in 2004. Subsequently, she completed a post-doctoral fellowship in eating disorders at the University of North Carolin-Chapel Hill, USA. Prior to joining TISS, she worked with an NGO in Mumbai and gained experience in mental health and developmental issues of children and adolescents.
Nutrition and Food Choices
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Body Image and Eating Disorders
Surani, N. & Shroff, H. (2012). Mass Media exposure to tobacco messages among secondary school children in Mumbai. Indian Journal of Public Health, 56 (2), 159-162. Shroff, H. & Ricciardelli, L. (2012). Physical Appearance Changes in Childhood and Adolescence-Boys. In T. Cash (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Body Image and Human Appearance, Vol. 2, San Diego: Academic Press. Shroff, H., Calogero, R. & Thompson, J. K. (2009). Assessment of Body Image. In D. B. Allison & M. L. Baskin (Eds.) Handbook of Assessment Methods for Obesity and Eating Behaviors (Second Edition). Los Angeles: Sage Publications. Sovani, A. Thatte, S., Shroff, H., Sawant, S., Sathyanarayan, A., Ravi, S., Joshi, K., Korde, R. & Saraff, P. (2008). Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, IVth Edition – An exploratory study from Mumbai. Bombay Psychologist, 23 (1 & 2), 7-14. Yamamiya, Y., Shroff, H. & Thompson, J. K. (2008). The Tripartite Model of Body Image and Eating Disturbance: A replication with a Japanese sample. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 41 (1), 88-91. Bulik, C. M. & Shroff, H. (2008). Treatment of comorbid eating and substance use disorders among adolescents. In Y. Kaminer & O. G. Bukstein (Eds.) Adolescent substance Abuse: Psychiatric Comorbidity & High Risk Behaviors. New York: Taylor and Francis.
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