Katarina Perić is a member of the research group D.E.C.I.D.E.
She is a doctoral student at the postgraduate doctoral study of Prevention Science at the Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Zagreb.
She has obtained the academic title of Master of Psychology in 2018 at the Catholic University of Croatia by defending her thesis entitled “Refugee Children in Croatia: The Experience of Arrival, Adaptation to New Living Conditions and Expectations for the Future”. She is currently employed at the Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, where she has acquired the title of assistant associate.
As an external associate she participates in teaching of four subjects at the Catholic University of Croatia. During the graduate study of psychology, she was a demonstrator in two subjects in the field of statistics and methodology, and has participated in the implementation of one project.
She has actively and passively participated in several international and domestic conferences. She has published two papers in conference proceeding from and one paper in a journal. She has participated in the organization of the Student Section of the 1st International Scientific Conference of the Department of Psychology of the Catholic University of Croatia, and is currently in the organizing committee of two international scientific conferences.
She is a member of the European Association for Developmental Psychology (EADP), the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR), the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) and the Croatian Psychological Chamber.
He has knowledge of qualitative and quantitative data processing analysis, uses the IBM SPPS data processing program and actively uses English.
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