Center for Applied Neuroscience

Anna-Pavlina Charalambous

​Anna Pavlina Charalambous has a Doctoral Degree in Sensory and Cognitive Neuroscience (University of Essex), a Masters Degree in Psychological Research Methods (University of Nottingham) and a BSc in Psychology (University of Kent). Since 2016, she is working as a Research Coordinator and Postdoctoral researcher for the European project “Ears, Eyes and Mind: ‘The SENSE-Cog project to improve mental well being for elderly Europeans with sensory impairment”, in which European University Cyprus and Centre of Applied Neuroscience, University of Cyprus are partners. Her research interests include anxiety and anxiety disorders, mental well-being, personality, cognition and emotion relations and cognitive assessment.

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