Conference Highlighted Speakers
Dr. Janet Brewer
Dr. Janet Brewer is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice & Sociology, Governors State University, Illinois, United States.
Dr. Brewer (B.A. psychology-Notre Dame, M.A.-Harvard, PsyD-Southern California University, and Juris Doctor-DePaul University in Chicago. A lawyer and neuropsychologist, and previously directed the ‘law with criminology’ program at University of Manchester, UK. Her research intersects the fields of neuroscience and criminal law.
Prof. Maia Chkheidze
Prof. Maia Chkheidze is a doctor of philological science. Her areas of interest are: Linguistics, Philosophy, Anthropology, Literature. She is the author of monographs and scientific articles. Prof. Chkheidze is a member of various international organizations.
Ms. Shara May T. Espinol
Ms. Shara May T. Espinol, is the Program Head of Psychology and Human Services Department and Graduate School Lecturer at the University of Batangas. She finished her PhD in Psychology at the Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas. She is a licensed Psychometrician and Psychologist focusing on educational and clinical psychology through academic work and extension services.
Miss. Yi Xing
Miss. Yi Xing, a full-time postgraduate student from the psychology and counseling department, faculty of education, University of Malaya. Research interest: developmental psychology, personality, mindsets.
Mr. Revaz Tabatadze
Mr. Revaz Tabatadze is a Ph.D. student at the University of Georgia (Philology). His areas of interest are: Pragmatics, Semantics, Sociolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Teaching English. He is the author of 2 books and numerous scientific articles. Mr. Tabatadze is a member of various international organizations including: International Pragmatics Association, TERA, and FIPLV.
Mrs. Biljana Marković
Mrs. Biljana Marković, Master of Management in Healthcare and Master of Public Health. She was born in Koprivnica in 1974. She has 23 years of work experience in the area of healthcare (hospital management, introduction of quality systems in healthcare, project management and team management in healthcare). Currently, she works as a deputy director in General hospital Koprivnica. In the same time, she works as lecturer at the University North and making doctoral dissertation.
Miss. Bernadette Gálfi
Miss. Bernadette Gálfi is a PhD student at Babeș-Bolyai University, Evidence-based Assessment and Psychological Interventions Doctoral School in Cluj Napoca, Romania. Her areas of interest are clinical and health psychology.
Ms. Borbala Tamas
Ms. Borbala Tamas is Ph.D Student at the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania; Her Current position is Assistant professor at the Department of Applied Psychology Babes-Bolyai University, Romania and her areas of Interests are primary lies in the area of Cognitive Psychology, Psychology of Art, Visual Aesthetics.
Ms. Geraldine Pangiras
Ms. Geraldine Pangiras is a lecturer specializing in the teaching and research of cross-cultural psychology and social psychology at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Her current research interests include mental health stigma, mental health literacy and mental health help-seeking behaviors in women with postpartum depression, as well as in the elderly.
Miss. Anna Veres
Miss. Anna Veres has a PhD in Psychology, is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and teaching assistant at the Department of Applied Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj Napoca, Romania. Research interest: career development, career counseling, well-being.
Mr. Xolani Ngonini
Mr. Xolani Ngonini is currently the Senior Manager for Evaluation and Knowledge at the Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA), a state-owned liability management entity in South Africa, mandated to finance and develop bulk water infrastructure. Previously, Xolani was an M&E Advisor and Knowledge Management Specialist for Khulisa Management Services, an Evaluation Specialist Consultancy, for a Financial Sector Programme led by Chemonics International primarily aimed at increasing access to finance by reviewing legislation and bank lending policies, as well as providing capacity development for Small and Medium Enterprise owners. Xolani holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Industrial Sociology from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Some of his other research work includes research journal articles that appear in both local and international peer-reviewed journals. Xolani has also contributed chapters in several edited academic books.
Mrs. Cemile Akdag Cebi
Mrs. Cemile Akdag Cebi is an MS student at Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University (Clinical Psychology). Her current areas of interest are computer-based mental health interventions, cyberpsychology, and ethical issues in mental health.
Miss. Mariana Henriques Martins
Miss. Mariana Henriques Martins is a History Master’s student at the University of Edinburgh. She had undergraduate studies at the University of Porto and Stockholm University. One of her main research interests is western eighteenth-century thinking and its legacy in current world politics.