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” www.sense-cog.eu., 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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