Name: Ms. Nafeesa Sireer
Designation: Lecturer
Department: Behavioral Sciences
Qualification: PhD – Cognitive Developmental Psychology (in progress)
University of Bradford – Bradford, United Kingdom
Diploma in Research Methods School of Social & International Studies
University of Bradford – Bradford, United Kingdom 2012
Masters of Science – Behavioral Sciences (Major in Developmental Psychology & Counseling)
Fatima Jinnah Women University– Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2004
Phone: +92-51-9292900 (204)
Email: feesaa@gmail.com
Status: On Job
Ms. Nafeesa Sireer

Professional Experience

Oct 2005- to date
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
Lecturer

2004 - 2005
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
Admission Assistant

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Theory of Mind
  • Cognitive development
  • Social competence

Research Supervision

BS/BA/MA/MS/MPHIL/PHD

  • Perceived spousal acceptance, perceived parental acceptance and psychological adjustment of Pakistani adults (Sana Amjad, 2010)
  • Marital communication styles and marital satisfaction among Pakistani couples (HamnaJavedGoreja, 2010)
  • Communication preferences and competence among young adults (Ayesha Madiha 2010)
  • Parent child communication, decision making and psychological adjustment among adolescents (Bushra Khalid, 2010)
  • Parental religiosity, parental acceptance/rejection & Psychological adjustment among adolescents (TayyabaTahir, 2010)
  • Relationship of teachers interpersonal communication and nonverbal immediacy with academic satisfaction of students (ShaziaKausar, 2010)
  • Influence of obsessive thought on academic motivation & engagement, Psychological well being and interpersonal relations among university students (AamnaJavaid, 2009)
  •  A comparative study on the impact of absence of father’s figure on the interpersonal relationships and personal preferences of adolescents living in joint family and nuclear family.(SarwatKhursheed Khan, 2009)
  • Relationship between perceived parental acceptance/ rejection, attachment styles and personality type (FaizaNaz, 2009)
  • Relationship between behavioral inhibition and social competence among preschoolers (Iffat-un-Nisa, 2009)
  • A comparative study of assertiveness skills and locus of control among visually impaired adolescents (Habiba Hamid, 2009)
  • Self esteem and psychological well being among brain tumor patients (ZubaidaKhanum, 2009).
  • Parental acceptance/rejection, religiosity & attribution styles (SairaMazhar, 2008)
  • Parenting styles, coping strategies, sociability & expression of homesickness among university students. (TehseenBibi, 2008)
  • Relationship between time orientation, academic motivation and engagement among university students (MehnazJabeen, 2008)
  • Emotional intelligence,impression management strategies and job performance (SaniaShoukat, 2008)
  • Impact of work environment on lives of disabled individuals: A case study of individuals with speech and hearing impairment, working for KFC (Faiza, 2008)
  •  Relationship between emotional intelligence & leadership styles among information technology executives (NayelahSadiq, 2007)
  • Diffusion process & role of media in formulation of cultural identity (women’s perspective) (Sumera Malik, 2007)
  • Time perspectives, optimism and health related behaviours in adolescents(AnamSadaf, 2007)
  • Self esteem and sociability in individuals with hearing impairment (SamanZafar, 2007)
  • Relationship between internet addiction and personality types. (MussaratRehman, 2006)
  • Relationship between procrastination & need for achievement among college students.(Salma Rehna, 2006)
  • Relationship between cyber sex addiction & work motivation among employees at work place (HinaSaleem, 2006)

CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS

CONFERENCES ATTENDED

  • BPS Developmental and Cognitive Sections Joint Conference at University of Reading, UK (2013)
  • 15th International Conference of Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children (A.P.P.A.C) Neuropsychiatric, Psychological and Social Sciences Today at Athens, Greece (2010)
  • 66th Annual Conference of International Council of Psychologist (ICP) at St Petersburg, Russia (2008)