Ana Žulec is a member of the research group D.E.C.I.D.E.
She is a PhD student on the project “Digital technology in the family: patterns of behavior and effects on children’s development.”
She obtained the academic title of Master of Psychology in 2020 at the Catholic University of Croatia by defending her thesis entitled “Some individual determinants of self-esteem of students of art academies.”
During her studies, she has participated in several international and domestic conferences.
She is the co-author of three scientific papers.
At the Catholic University of Croatia, she participates in teaching the subject “Psychology of Adulthood and Aging” and is an external associate at the National Center for External Evaluation of Education.
She has knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methodology and data processing, uses the IBM SPSS data processing program and actively uses English in speech and writing.
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