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Anna Zolubak

Anna Zolubak

Lecturer in Psychology


I currently teach undergraduate and postgraduate students on a number of cognitive psychology and research methods modules. I am a Dissertation supervisor and my research interests are in visual perception with a focus on binocular vision and perceptual adaptations in eye conditions such as age-related macular degeneration.


After graduating with a degree in psychology (specialisations in Health Psychology and Clinical Psychology) and in Cognitive Science, I worked as a therapist for people with learning disabilities, where I developed interest in perceptual differences among people. This led me to returning to University to undertake a Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience course at SHU followed by a PhD programme in Health Studies at the University of Plymouth. 




Department of Psychology, Sociology and Politics

College of Social Sciences and Arts

Courses taught:

 - Psychology Practicals and Statistics (PPS)
 - Cognitive Processes and Psychobiology (CPP)
 - Neuropsychology
 - Academic Advising and Personal Development (ADAPT)

 - Fundamentals of Design & Statistics
 - Cognitive Neuroscience Methods
 - Cognitive Psychobiology
 - Research Dissertation

Modules taught:

 - BSc Psychology
 - MSc Psychology
 - MSc Developmental Psychology
 - MSc Health Psychology
 - MSc Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience


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