This volume showcases key contemporary developments in Indian psychology. Psychology in India, being largely an Euro-American transplant, tends to be imitative. Written by eminent psychologists, teachers, young scholars, and practitioners from the field, the contributors voice the legitimateconcerns of a culturally responsive psychology. The book also clearly emphasizes that contemporary research has moved beyond traditional thinking in terms of methodology, theory, and application. The chapters include discussions on conceptual foundation, methodological perspectives, perspectives on self and identity, human development and socialprocesses, health and wellbeing, and emerging concerns in the field of psychology.