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'''Anna Pavlina Charalambous''' has joined the [[Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute]] as post-doctoral fellow in September 2013. She is member of the [[New Media Lab]] and is involved in the analysis and publication of data collected through the [[EU Kids Online]] project, the [[UCYVROK - Uniting for Citizenship and Participation]] project  , the [[Cyberethics: Cyprus Safer Internet Center]] project and through the [[Mental Attributes Profiling System]] .
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'''Anna Pavlina Charalambous''' has joined the [[Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute]] in September 2013 and she is member of the [[New Media Lab]]  
  
 
She is involved in the writing of European projects and has worked as a an assistant project coordinator for the [[Cyberethics GIV - Cyprus Safer Internet Center. Island-wide services for Safer Internet Awareness, Helpline and Hotline]] . She has also worked as a trainer for [[CyberEthics GIV]] and [[LOG IN]] European Projects raising awareness regarding online dangers, gender violence and online security. She has conducted more than 40 workshops, trainings and lectures.  
 
She is involved in the writing of European projects and has worked as a an assistant project coordinator for the [[Cyberethics GIV - Cyprus Safer Internet Center. Island-wide services for Safer Internet Awareness, Helpline and Hotline]] . She has also worked as a trainer for [[CyberEthics GIV]] and [[LOG IN]] European Projects raising awareness regarding online dangers, gender violence and online security. She has conducted more than 40 workshops, trainings and lectures.  
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==Presentations & Conferences ==
 
'''Presentations''':
 
<br>- 2012 (February).University of Essex. Departmental Talk: Can we predict how anxious someone is by their facial structure?
 
<br>-2011 (May). University of Essex. Postgraduate Conference presentation: Prolonged viewing of emotional scenes reveals attention biases
 
<br>- 2010 (May). University of Essex. Postgraduate Conference presentation: The time course of attentional bias to negative pictures in anxiety
 
<br>-2008 (November). Nottingham University. Presentation for the training course “Presentation skills for Researchers”: Anxiety and the Attentional bias.         
 
<br>- 2008 (October). Nottingham University.Presentation for the Module “Psychological Research in Context (Dissertation)”: Attention and Anxiety Disorders.
 
<br>-2007 (November). University of Kent. Presentation for the Module “Cognition and Emotion”: Implicit and Explicit Memory Bias in Anxiety.
 
 
'''Conferences and Awards''':
 
<br>- 2012 (August). Geneva, Switzerland. European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT Conference). Talk: Understanding the nature of attention biases to emotional information.
 
<br>- 2011 (September). Boston, USA. Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR conference). Poster: The time course of eye-gaze towards affective stimuli over intervals of up to 12 seconds.  Travel Award received by SPR organization
 
<br>- 2011 (July).  Bangor, Wales. PsyPaG Conference. Talk: Individual differences and the attention bias to the face and body.
 
<br>- 2011 (January). Ghent, Belgium. Expert Meeting on Emotional Attention. Poster: Prolonged viewing of emotional scenes reveals attention biases in anxiety.  Grindley Grant received by the Experimental Psychological Society (EPS).
 
<br>- 2010 (July). Sheffield, United Kingdom. PsyPaG conference. Talk: The time course of attentional bias to negative pictures.
 
  
  

Revision as of 07:49, 13 October 2015


Anna Pavlina Charalambous
Anna Pavlina Charalambous
With FWC since September 2013
Title Researcher, Project Coordinator & Trainer
Key Project(s) Cyberethics: Cyprus Safer Internet Center
Degree(s) PhD, MSc, BSc
Filed(s) of study Psychology (major): Research Methods in Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical and Social Psychology, Cognition and Emotion, Cognitive Therapies, Personality, Attention and Attention Training, Education, Democracy, Human Rights
University(ies) University of Kent, UK
Nottingham University, UK
University of Essex, UK
Specialization(s) Project Coordination
Training
Teaching
Research
Notable Achievements Departmental Scholarship



Anna Pavlina Charalambous has joined the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute in September 2013 and she is member of the New Media Lab

She is involved in the writing of European projects and has worked as a an assistant project coordinator for the Cyberethics GIV - Cyprus Safer Internet Center. Island-wide services for Safer Internet Awareness, Helpline and Hotline . She has also worked as a trainer for CyberEthics GIV and LOG IN European Projects raising awareness regarding online dangers, gender violence and online security. She has conducted more than 40 workshops, trainings and lectures.

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Biography

Pavlina (PhD in Sensory and Cognitive Neuroscience, MSc in Psychological Research Methods, BSc in Psychology) is a psychologist who has gained teaching and research experience through her studies in the United Kingdom. After obtaining a Departmental Scholarship she has conducted her PhD research on how personality affects attention to emotional and natural scenes and whether personality can be recognised through the facial structure.