Ms. Sadia Zaman (MPhil QAU, Islamabad)
Ms. Sadia Zaman completed M.Phil. degree in Psychology from National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University in 2019, and joined academia couple of years ago as a Lecturer. Her areas of expertise are mainly around Positive Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Gender Issues. She has progressive experience working with community sample on psychosocial health and development.
|MPhil||Psychology||Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan||2019|
|MSc||Psychology||Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan||2015|
TEACHING EXPERIENCE Lecturer Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2018 INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE Psychosocial Counsellor International Catholic Migration Commission / UNHCR 2018 Project Officer IDRAK Development / Royal Norwegian Embassy 2015 – 2016
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
- Positive Psychology;
- Gender Psychology;
- Developmental Psychology
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS 1. Zaman, S. & Naqvi, I. (2018). Moderating Role of Personal Growth Initiative Between Stress and Mental Health among Pakistani Adolescents. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research (PJPR). 2. Zaman, S. & Naqvi, I. (In Press). Determinants of Empowerment among Pakistani Women: Demographic Profiling. Bahria Journal of Professional Psychology (BJPP). 3. Zaman, S. & Naqvi, I. (In Press). Validation and Adaption of Personal Growth Initiative Scale -II on Indigenous Population. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research (PJPR). CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS 1. Zaman, S. (2018) Validation and Adaption of Personal Growth Initiative Scale -II on Indigenous Population. International Conference on Positive Psychology, NIP. 2. Zaman, S. (2018). Qualitatively Exploring Perceived Gender Discrimination among Adult Pakistani Females. Three-Day International Conference on Gender, Religion and Culture: Issues, Challenges and Prospects. GCU. 3. Zaman, S. (2017). Moderating Role of Personal Growth Initiative Between Stress and Mental Health among Pakistani Adolescents. International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities in the New Millennium: Challenges and Prospects. LCWU. 4. Zaman, S. (2016). Personal Growth Initiative, Stress and Mental Health: Demographic Profiling and Comparisons of Pakistani Boys and Girls. International Conference on Gender, UMT, Lahore Pakistan.