Associate Professor, Faculty of Science
After obtaining my PhD in Psychology in December 2007 from the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands), I worked first for two years as a postdoctoral research fellow at Duke University (United States) on a project with Prof. David Rubin about the temporal distribution of autobiographical memory and subsequently for another two years as a postdoctoral research fellow at Hokkaido University (Japan) on a project with Prof. Makiko Naka about cultural differences in autobiographical memory. I was subsequently a Vice-Chancellor's postdoctoral research fellow at Flinders University (Australia) working on a three-year project about the self-enhancement function of autobiographical memory. In May 2015, I started as an Associate Professor at the Malaysia Campus of the University of Nottingham.
Statistical Methods 1 (C81STM), Personality and Individual Differences (C82PIN), Neuroscience and Behaviour (C82NAB), Autobiographical Memory (C83ABM), and Research Project (C83MPR)
Please see the website of the Memory laboratory for details of my research: http://www.nottingham.edu.my/Psychology/Research/Memory.aspx
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