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Riddhi Daryanani

Riddhi Daryanani

Research Assistant


Riddhi joined King’s as a research assistant soon after completing her MSc in Health Psychology from the same institution. She has also completed a BSc in Psychology (Honours) from India. She has conducted and engaged with research in a wide range of topics such as women’s mental health during COVID-19, ASMR and mindfulness, evaluating the effectiveness of recovery colleges for mental health service users and currently improving adherence to pulmonary rehabilitation with PR-buddies.

Research Interests

  • Women’s menstrual experiences and general interaction between physical and mental health
  • Mindfulness
  • Intervention development
  • Implementation Science
  • Treatment and intervention adherence 

Key Publications

Navin, D. R., Gupta, P., Mukkamala, S. C., & Srivastava, A. (2022). " Jill of all Trades, Master of None?" Exploring Multiple Role Conflict among Women Working from Home during COVID-19. Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, 13(4), 465-472.

Daryanani, R., & Baboo, S. (2023). INFLUENCE OF MINDFULNESS INTERVENTION ON ASMR INTENSITY : A PILOT STUDY. In Dr. T. K. Singh, Dr. N. N. Samantaray, & Dr. M. Raju (Eds.), Psychology and Current Trends (p. 85). REDSHINE Publication.