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Hire Dr. Jais A.
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Psychologist | Experimentalist | Any stats from correlations to multi-level modelling | R-SPSS-JAMOVI

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing
Research Fact Checking
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Data Visualization
Work Experience


Keele University

September 2021 - Present

Assistant Professor

American University of Sharjah

August 2020 - Present

ERC post doctoral researcher

Istanbul Bilgi University

November 2019 - Present

PhD Student

Aix-Marseille Université

October 2016 - June 2019


PhD Social Psychology

Aix-Marseille University

September 2016 - June 2019

Msc Social Psychology of Health

Aix-Marseille University

September 2014 - September 2016

Bsc Psychology

Aix-Marseille University

September 2011 - September 2014

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Adam-Troian, J., Bonetto, E., Araujo, M., Baidada, O., Celebi, E., Martin, M.D., Eadeh, F., Godefroidt, A., Halabi, S., Mahfud, Y., et al.(2019). Positive Associations Between Anomia and Intentions to Engage in Political Violence: Cross-Cultural Evidence From Four Countries . Peace and Conflict.
Adam-Troian, J., Arciszewski, T., Apostolidis, T.(2019). National identification and support for discriminatory policies: The mediating role of beliefs about laïcité in France . European Journal of Social Psychology. 49. (5). p. 924-937.
Adam-Troian, J., Caroti, D., Arciszewski, T., Ståhl, T.(2019). Unfounded beliefs among teachers: The interactive role of rationality priming and cognitive ability . Applied Cognitive Psychology. 33. (4). p. 720-727.
(2020). Religion: more essential (and existential) nutrient than opiate for the masses . The Science of Religion, Spirituality, and Existentialism.