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  • 1Research & Innovation Services.

    Name: Registration No: Department: SAIMA EMAN 120233782 PSYCHOLOGY

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    Date:

    13 April, 2016

    (updated 9 January, 2017)

    Approved by Supervisor or

    PGR Tutor

    Mark Blades (Supervisor) my ref: MB/FO/YE

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    Date:

    (updated 9 January, 2017)

    You are required to submit a short summary of your training and developmental activities to illustrate how you have engaged with the DDP via this form. The purpose of this is to provide you with the opportunity to reflect on the professional skills you have developed during your studies and for the University to be assured that you have satisfied the Regulations for award of your degree.

    If you have completed an ePortfolio of your DDP within PebblePad please tick this box you do not then need to complete the rest of this form.

    Otherwise, please include the following in your report, as appropriate:-

    List of training courses attended (both within and without the University) List of completed and submitted items of work (e.g. Literature review) List of seminars and conferences attended and whether you presented at these List of any outreach activities undertaken List of any extracurricular activities you wish to note

    PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO: [email protected] . Failure to submit this form prior to the submission of your thesis could result in your award being withheld. (You may scan this page after gaining all the necessary signatures and submit it electronically by email).

    Alternatively you can post the completed summary to:

    DDP Admin, Graduate Research Centre, Room D17k, Dainton Building, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S3 7HF

    For official use only: Approved by the Faculty

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    Date:

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    List of training courses attended (both within and without the University) Staff and students trainings at University of Sheffield (2013-2015)

    1. Viva Survivor 2. Advanced Communication Skills - Media Training 3. Twitter for teaching and professional enhancement 4. Using Personality Types with Mentees 5. Supporting the supporters course on Supporting Students experiencing mental health

    difficulties 6. Half day Academic Writing Retreat 7. The 301 Student Skills and Development Centre - Sharpening Skills, Developing Minds 8. Academic Culture: Transitions & Expectations 9. Managing Inappropriate Behaviour by Students 10. Small Group Teaching: Seminar Facilitation 11. Teaching: Design & Delivery 12. Large Group Teaching: Problem-Solving 13. Small Group Teaching: Laboratory Demonstration 14. Show and TEL Showcase 15. Personal Pathway: "Been there, done some of that" Explorer Event (AFHEA/FHEA focus) 16. Large Group Teaching: Lecturing 17. Creating Effective Collaboration 18. Introduction to Academic Publishing: A Seminar for Postgraduate Students 19. Writing Research Publications - LIFE SCIENCES 20. Fire, Health and safety training: DSE, and out of hours training 21. Endnotes training 22. Women Speed networking event: learning about career, family, leadership, time management

    and attending conferences 23. Internal student seminars; public talks, PG Caf Forum event presentations, Departmental

    Seminar, reading groups; SHEP seminars; Teacher talk/interviews sessions for undergraduates 24. Workshop on teaching and learning about race 25. Public Engagement with Research Masterclass 2: Working in partnership with others at John

    Carr Design Suite, 1-4pm. 26. Workshop on open access to research data 27. Training session on Language teaching festival 28. Webinar on Mindfulness in Everyday life! 29. Ethics session using three resources (5 students); Critical Islam, Curiosity and Ethics talk;

    Ethics lecture by Dr. Pete Redgrave 30. Awareness raising session: Safeguarding Children 31. Campus tour training 32. CSCY Naughty Children Part Three: New Ways of Working with Children Workshop 33. Workshop on Scoping out your research grant proposal: broad and/or narrow? 34. Workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing and the

    effects of growing up in poverty. 35. Attended workshop on workplace silence and destructive leadership at ICOSS 36. A lecture on behavioural genetics by Richard Rowe apart from multivariate statistics course 37. Learning session about exhibition space

  • 338. Webinar attended on secure and insecure Love and Webinar on Social Media and Marketing

    for Mental Health Professionals

    39. Development course by Commonwealth Scholarship Commission

    Skill based courses at University of Sheffield

    40.Advanced Quantitative Methods: Multi-level Modelling using SPSS (1 day school) 41. First Steps with N-Vivo 42. Speaking Skills for Research Purposes - ELT6060 (12 session course) 43.Thesis Writing: Principles and Practice - ELT6050 (12 session course) 44. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus (1 day school) 45. Promoting yourself well at interviews 46. Copyright for eTheses 47. STA - Assessment and Feedback 48. STA - Research Supervision

    Other trainings at University of Sheffield (2013-2015)

    49. InstEAD (Institute for Economic analysis of Decision-making) Workshop on 'Exploring the Intersections between Economics and Psychology'.

    50. Religion and Belief Tandem Learning course 51. Ethics reviewer training workshop 52. Core quantitative research methods 53. Ethics module 54. AQM Workshop 55. Turn-taking in conversation: a multi- disciplinary approach 56. Campus tour training 57. Trainings completed on health and safety: DSE, fire training and out of hours training

    Research trainings

    1. Viva Survivor 2. Creating Effective Collaboration 3. Introduction to Academic Publishing: A Seminar for Postgraduate Students 4. Writing Research Publications - LIFE SCIENCES 5. Public Engagement with Research Masterclass 2: Working in partnership with others at

    John Carr Design Suite, 1-4pm. 6. Workshop on open access to research data 7. Workshop on Scoping out your research grant proposal: broad and/or narrow? 8. Workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing

    and the effects of growing up in poverty. 9. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Multi-level Modelling using SPSS (1 day school) 10. First Steps with NVivo 11. Speaking Skills for Research Purposes - ELT6060 (12 session course) 12. Thesis Writing: Principles and Practice - ELT6050 (12 session course) 13. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using

    Mplus (1 day school) 14. STA - Research Supervision

  • 4 15. Advanced Multivariate statistics 16. Systematic reviewing of psychological research 17. SPSS AMOS one to one training session

    List of completed and submitted items of work (e.g. Literature review)

    Thesis completed

    List of seminars and conferences attended and whether you presented at these List of Seminars and workshops attended

    2013

    1. Women Speed networking event: learning about career, family, leadership, time management and attending conferences

    2. Why do clinicians fail to deliver evidence-based practice? The case of CBT for the eating disorders

    3. Internal student seminars: a. Adult Japanese voice imitation abililities: Cultural expectations of Gender by Emily

    Collins b. Neural substrates of goal monitoring (trying to investigate) by Yael Benn

    4. PG Caf Forum event presentations: a. The role of microRNA-196a and HOXB9 in Head and Neck Cancer by Lav Darda: b. Life and Death of Massive Stars in the Local Universe by Chris Rosslowe: c. Flow Control for Aircraft Aerodynamics by Raybin Yu d. Research career landscape by Dr. Kay Guccione (guest speaker)

    5. From whiskers to fingertips and from biology to robotics how we learn about the world through active touch by Professor Tony Prescott, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield

    6. Old Problems, New Approaches: Insights into prospective memory (PM) deficits in clinical and non-clinical samples by Dr Teresa Burke, University College Dublin

    7. Workshop on teaching and learning about race 8. Internal seminars:

    a. Ying Zheng discussed `Linking balanced neural excitation and inhibition to resting states, brain rhythms, and the negative BOLD signal

    b. Jane Herbert discussed `Classical conditioning and prenatal alcohol exposure.

    9. 'Immigration and the UK Economy' is the theme of the 2013 Knoop Lecture with the Department of Economics. This year's lecture is given by Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, economics blogger and former government economist.

  • 510. Joint attention and communication in chimpanzees: what is special about human

    communication? by Dr Katie Slocombe, University of York 11. The Action Learning Set : Discussion of ethical issues keeping in view some case studies at

    University of Sheffiled 12. Is Science Magic? Seminar by Professor Richard Jones and Professor Tony Ryan 13. Departmental seminar by Professor Jane Ogden, University of Surrey: Understanding

    successful weight loss maintenance; the role of life events and the development of teachable moments intervention

    14. Parents in Academia Coffee morning, Managing Maternity/Paternity leave 15. Attended LIFE SCIENTIFIC: An interview with Professor Jim Al-Khalili about his views on

    quantum physics, the origin of life, time travel, and being in the media. 16. Guest lecture by Kevin Mahoney, Networking-a brief introduction 17. Mediatized politics and political leadership: some reflections from Chile by Ximena Orchard 18. What is executive function and why is it important? Insights from studying toddlers by Emma

    Blakey 19. "The Mathematics of Planet Earth" at St Georges Church at 6:30pm 20. Public Engagement with Research Masterclass 2: Working in partnership with others at John

    Carr Design Suite, 1-4pm. 21. Workshop on open access to research data 22. internal seminars on

    a. Understanding everyday action errors or the tale of the wandering teapot' by Jen Lewis b. Public engagement: Tales from gadget show and the festival neuroscience by Craig

    Bertram 23. Investigating the neural underpinnings of the negative BOLD signal by single impulse

    stimulation by Dr Luke Boorman, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield 24. Training session on Language teaching festival 25. Black and Minority ethnic students forum 26. A lecture on EEG: Studying Attention and perception using EEG 27. Webinar on Mindfulness in Everyday life! 28. Seminars at Jessops West:

    a. Bones talk: Age at death estimation on adult skeletons by Vanessa Campanacho b. How EEG can help us improve our understanding of autism by Abigail Dickinson c. Archaeology in Central Russia: studying early communities in the southern Urals by

    Derek Pitman 29. Perceptual Integration in Autism Spectrum Disorders by Dr. Nicole David, Germany:

    departmental seminar 30. Ethics session using three resources (5 students) 31. Critical Islam, Curiosity and Ethics talk 32. 'Cerebellar inspired control of artificial muscles (electroactive polymers) by Emma Wilson, 33. `How do people assess their progress on their personal goals? by Betty Chang, 34. Constructing Space: how a biological or artificial agent could construct the notion of spatial

    displacement from undifferentiated sensorimotor flux 35. Lecture at Medical school on "Whole Genome Genetic analysis in neurological disease" 36. Awareness raising session: Safeguarding Children 37. What can eye movements patterns tell us about 3D Object Recognition? by Dr Filipe

    Christino Bangor University 38. Webinar on Social Media and Marketing for Mental Health Professionals 39. SUIWC meeting with the university Vice chancellor 40. Weekly seminar on The Autism Gift? Increased Perceptual Capacity in Autism Spectrum

    Disorder by Dr Anna Remington University of Oxford 41. "Consciously Controlling the Unconscious, or How to Stay Smart Around Supermodels" by

    Professor Paschal Sheeran

  • 642. Seminar on The curious child 43. Internal seminars:

    a. Tom Stafford "a study of learning (n=854,064)" a.k.a psychology in the era of massive data"and Mat Evans "BAM goes the theory"

    44. Attended gender, body and EEG reading groups 45. CSCY Naughty Children Part Three: New Ways of Working with Children Workshop 46. At first I was afraid: disgust and embarrassment predict healthcare avoidance by Dr Nathan

    S. Consedine 47. Workshop on Scoping out your research grant proposal: broad and/or narrow? 48. Workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing and the

    effects of growing up in poverty. a. Andy Dickerson and Gurleen Popli (Economics): (systems of) regressions and

    structural equation modelling b. Robin Purshouse (Automatic Control and Systems Engineering): Agent-based

    approaches to modelling social systems c. Richard Rowe (Psychology): behaviour genetics d. Mark Tomlinson (Sociology): neural network analysis

    49. Webinar attended on secure and insecure Love 50. Attended the talks for chosing the candidates on

    a. Women's Cognitive Adaptation to STEM Domains- Laura Di Bella b. Judgements at Face Value- Carmen Lefevre c. Face perception in typical adults and prosopagnosia- Friederike Zimmerman

    The development of innovation - preschoolers' ability to generate novel actions- Simone Bijvoet

    d. 'Perceiving the dynamic world'- Christina 51. Understanding and confronting Jamaican anti-gay prejudice by Dr Keon West, Goldsmiths,

    University of London 52. Why cosmetics work by Dr Richard Russell, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, US 53. Departmental seminar on Antisocial behaviour: a life course perspective by

    Professor Barbara Maughan, MRC SGDP Centre, Kings College London Institute of Psychiatry

    54. Parents in Academia, coffee morning: Changing working patterns 55. Internal seminars by Mike (" 90 billion neurons and nothin' on. Neurovascular coupling in the

    resting state.") and Priya ("Investigating Neurovascular Coupling in Rodent Somatosensory and Motor cortex").

    56. Transition to adulthood: youth and family in Saudi Arabia" by Hind Khalifa, King Saud University,An informal seminar presented by Hind Khalifa

    57. Can mindfulnees be learnt by self-help? by Dr Kate Cavanagh, University of Sussex 58. The Active Child Revisited: Learning from Social Environments by Professor Meredith

    Gattis, Cardiff University 59. Attended workplace silence and destructive leadership at ICOSS 60. Epigenetic Pathways to Early Onset Conduct Problems by Dr Ted Barker, Kings College

    London 61. Public Seminar on Looking for Aliens 62. Commonwealth welcome event on Remembrance day in London at Senate house 63. Ethics lecture by Dr. Pete Redgrave 64. Rethinking the role of imitation in language development Dr Colin Bannard, University of

    Texas 65. A lecture on behavioural genetics by Richard Rowe apart from multivariate statistics course 66. Learning session about exhibition space 67. Teacher talk/interviews sessions for undergraduates

  • 7a. You cant go on forcing food down em can yer informing understandings of

    barriers to delivery of care in older peoples nursing homes by Mrs. Heather Dunn b. Introduction to ANOVA by Adam Goody

    68. Session on Creative media production; use of iMovie 69. Internal seminars

    a. Yael Benn: the neural correlates of search and navigation on a personal computer b. Kwang Lee: The role of the cerebellum in time perception and motor timing

    70. Colour Categories in Language and Thought by the head of color section Dr Anna Franklin, University of Sussex, UK

    71. SHEP seminars: a. Rebecca Radford presenting her research and experiences from working with Chris on

    What a waste! Understanding public perception of carbon dioxide Utilisation b. Trial of a theory-based online health behaviour intervention for new university

    students. By Paul Norman 72. Special seminar: Disentangling the relationships between memory, comprehension skills,

    vocabulary, reading fluency, and spelling in the preschool and the elementary school yearsby Dr Elisavet Chrysochoou

    73. The control of control: Decision making and its discontents by Dr Peter Dayan, University College, London

    74. Attended the first meeting of Cognitive developmental psychology group; Cognitive/Developmental/neuro group meeting: Departmental resources

    75. Live demonstration of mobile EEG in EEG reading group

    2014

    1. Public lecture on Our Maritime Security - Strategic Lessons and Future Prospects 2. "Technology and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Intervention, Education, Communication &

    Fun" by Dr Sue Fletcher-Watson as part of Distinguished speakers on Autism Series 3. The use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in cognitive neuroscience research by Dr

    Kwang Lee, Dept of Neuroscience, University of Sheffield 4. Webinar on How YOU Can Improve Your Relationships 5. AQM workshop by students on

    a. Accessing and Using Publicly Available Cohort Data Sets b. Analysis of Variance: Using ANOVA & Regression models c. Social Relation Model analysis using multilevel modelling in SPSS d. Introduction to LaTeX

    6. Webinar on "Using doctoral theses in your research: a guide to EThOS" by the British Library

    7. Performance enhancement in sport and exercise settings: A look into the psychosocial processes involved by Dr Lambros Lazuras, South-East European,Research Centre, Thessaloniki

    8. Pet therapy session touching three types of dogs two Labradors at the counselling center as part of University mental health day

    9. "The family I live with: Towards a child-centred perspective on socialization" by Professor Allison James

    10. Professor Rolf Van Dick discusses The I and the We of stress at work. 11. Professor Peter Redgraves lecture - "Crocodile in the Basement" 12. Nonlinear dynamics of lifelong learning: The myth of cognitive decline By Dr Michael

    Ramscar, Universitt Tbingen 13. How to run behavioural experiments in Qualtrics by Erwin Haasnot 14. Seminar on "Thinking without a brain: the self-organisation of plant form" by

    by Professor Ottoline Leyser CBE FRS

  • 815. Public Values for Energy System Change by Dr Christina Demski, School of

    Psychology, Cardiff University 16. Eye movements during real scene monitoring: watching a football match and monitoring

    CCTV by Dr Christina J. Howard Nottingham Trent University 17. Kin selection and individual differences in a cooperatively-breeding bird by Dr Mark

    Adams 18. Language learning and language evolution by Professor Padraic Monaghan, Lancaster

    University-seminar 19. Interaction Process Analysis by Neil Rackham, a leading International Expert on Sales

    North Virgina, USA 20. Understanding the detectors for visual compounds by creator of PsychoPy Dr Jon

    Peirce, University of Nottingham 21. Distinguished speaker seminar series: Ask me anything by Grace Parry (an individual

    with Autism) 22. Nuclear Accidents and Public Opinion: The Curious Case of Fukushimas Impact on

    Nuclear Attitudes in the UK by Dr Wouter Poortinga, Cardiff University 23. Executive control development: Making sense of the environment to behave adaptively

    by Dr Nicolas Chevalier, University of Edinburgh 24. Department extraordinary research seminar: Pure and Fair: In-Group Overexclusion and

    Compensatory Favouritism Dr Mark Rubin, University of Newcastle, Australia 25. Lunchtime dialogue with the Nuffield Council on BioEthics: The culture

    of scientific research today and its effect on ethical conduct and research quality 26. Sheffield Skeptics in the Pub: Who makes the decisions - you or your brain?

    Professor Peter Redgrave, Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield 27. Skill Seminar: Promoting yourself well at Interviews- Jane Simm career advisor 28. Visit to Boston Spa The British Library 29. Interdisciplinary Researcher Showcase event 30. Presentations for the selection of Chair in Social/Health Psychology 31. Talk by Dr. Sarah Cassidy on New methods for exploring naturalistic emotion processing

    in typical and atypical development 32. Self-compassion: Is it useful in emotion regulation, coping or when considering general

    well-being? by Dr Frances Maratos, University of Derby 33. Gesture, Language and Cognition by Professor Sotaro Kita, University of Warwick 34. Big Data Social Science: How it Can Fundamentally Change Our Field by Dr Alex

    Kogan, University of Cambridge 35. What makes Phillip so fidgety? Rethinking the neuropsychology of ADHD by Dr David

    Coghill, School of Medicine, University of Dundee 36. Personal pathway to professional recognition scheme 37. International Students Day Talk: A World Without Borders (World Week Event) 38. special seminar by Ana B Vivas on Cognitive and functional decline with ageing 39. :Working memory difficulties: Causes and remediation By Dr Joni Holmes, MRC

    Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge 40. EFPSA DAY- European Federation of Psychology Students Association introduction 41. Internal seminars:

    a. Simone Bijvoet-van den Berg: Introducing the Learning and Teaching Potential Research group (Asha, Kirsten and me)

    b. Patrycja J. Piotrowska: The behavioural genetics of (risky) driving behaviour.

  • 942. The Invisible fraction: women in academia and Athena SWAN by Dr Rhonda Snook,

    Dept of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield and met her the chair of ATHENA swan action committee

    43. Integrating explicit and implicit attitudes within an associative learning framework by Dr Rob Lowe, Swansea University

    2015

    1. Show and TEL Showcase -10 presenters (latest technology in learning) and concept of learning technologist

    2. Is Multiculturalism worth Re-shaping? A public discussion with: Dr Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University) & Dr Nisha Kapoor (University of York)

    3. Why is autism more common in males? Public lecture by Professor Simon Baron-Cohen 4. InstEAD (Institute for Economic analysis of Decision-making) Workshop on 'Exploring the

    Intersections between Economics and Psychology'. a. Keynote: Andrew Clark, Paris School of Economics: What Makes a Successful

    Life? b. Michael Daly, University of Stirling: Time Preferences and Health and Well-being

    in Later Life c. Joanne Lindley, Kings College London A Labour Market Analysis of the Dark

    Triad of Personality: Psychopaths, Narcissists and Machiavellians d. Adam Oliver, London School of Economics: Behavioural Economic Informed

    Policy Approaches: Nudging, Shoving, or Budging 5. Attended Clinical psychology seminar on Compassion Focused Therapy and the Fears of

    Compassion by Paul Gilbert, FBPsS PhD, OBE is Professor of Clinical Psychology at Department

    6. Attended presentations on a. Title: Difficulties encountered conducting a naturalistic study by Sophie Rutter b. Title: Ethical encounters during data collection by Nordiana Zakir c. Title: Understanding young people's experiences of live classical music by Lucy

    Dearn 7. Positive psychology and behaviour change: Losing weight and increasing wellbeing

    through simple pleasuresby Dr Angel Chater, University College London 8. Activity in the human brain related to the preparation and execution of prosaccades and

    antisaccades by Dr Michele Furlan, Royal Holloway, University of London 9. Half-day Academic writing retreat at University of Sheffield 10. Contributed to a clinical reading group 11. Design and the Digital Divide by Emeritus Professor Alan Newell, University of Dundee 12. The Centre for Research in Social Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia will be

    giving a talk on Understanding responses to inequality and injustice by Dr Aarti Lyer 13. An Evening with Professor Steve Peters: "Getting the best out of yourself and others -

    befriending the Chimp within"- public talk 14. Film screening at Geography department on Concerning Violence by Critical Race &

    Ethnicities Network 15. Attended three talks on To what extent should technology be integral to child

    development? By Dr Andrew Manches, Dr Simon Sebire and Dr David Cameron 16. On the Role of self-regulation in emotional attention by Dr Julia Vogt, University of

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    17. Special seminar on ODD Oppositional Defiant Disorder as a multidimensional construct: Implications for developmental course, clinical identification and treatment by Dr Jeffrey Burke, University of Connecticut

    18. Attended UREC sponsored workshop as a student representative of UREC: Effecting Cultural change in research ethics and integrity by Association for Research Ethics

    19. EU research policy- Could you be a policy-maker? interactive workshop by Dr Martin Penny, Head of Unit at the European Research Council Executive Agency (Physical Sciences and Engineering unit)- ThinkAhead workshop

    20. Vice Chancellors strategic plan for next 5 years 21. 'The Reproducibility and Reliability of Science' with Professor Marcus Munafo from the

    University of Bristol, hosted by Dr Andy Furley. 22. Why is it sometimes difficult to take account of a speakers perspective? by Dr Jessica

    Wang, University of Birmingham 23. Investigating cortical excitability and plasticity in developing brain networks during

    childhood and adolescence by Dr Kathrin Cohen Kadosh, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford.

    24. "The modularity of memory systems: cue competition in the spatial domain" by Dr Anthony McGregor, Durham University

    25. CLEAR IDEAS: Creativity training in organisations from theory to practice by Dr Kamal Birdi

    26. Regulation of cerebral blood flow by capillary pericytes, in health and disease by Dr Catherine Hall, University of Sussex

    2016 1. Clinical psychology seminar- Paranoia: Advances in understanding and treatment by Prof

    Daniel Freeman from University of Oxford 2. Internet safety for children lecture at Nethergreen Infant School: Keep children safe online

    from Tweens to Teens- 22 February 3. Poster conference (undergrad) 9 May 4. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis meetup group at University of Sheffield- 20 May 5. World Universities Network (WUN) briefing session-22 June, 2016 6. Information security briefing-Pertinent to decant-29 June, 2016 7. TEL Festival (Technology Enhanced Learning Festival)

    27 June, 2016 a) Flipped learning workshop b) Social Media-Reddit, Facebook, and fox news as teaching c) Room 101 d) Current use and future plans for learning

    28 June, 2016

    a) Bitesize google classroom b) Bitesize google + communities case studies and practical c) Bitesize new features in google slides (Live Q & A)

    29 June, 2016

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    a) Online learning case studies

    30 June, 2016

    a) Using creative media for co-curricular activity assessments b) Apps for Dyslexic students-Tools for developing reading and writing skills c) Digital possibilities: Using experiential techniques to explore blended

    learning d) MendNotero: Are you (and your students) using the right reference

    manager? b) Participated in Goose chase (learning technology game)

    1 July, 2016

    a) Participated in Goose chase (learning technology game) (4th position) b) Pedagogy of 360 Video and Photography c) PebblePad, Just a stones throw from MOLE? Reflections on moving from

    VLE to PLE d) Using Learning Analytics to provide personalised feedback to online

    learners e) Gamification f) Surfacing skills and rewarding achievements with digital badges g) Internet of things h) Innovation corner

    13 July, 2016

    a) 'Blue Skies' impact research workshop

    8. Information security training- online, University of Sheffield, UK-12 August, 2016 9. Preventing Dementia-Massive online course, University of Tasmania, Australia, August

    2016 10. Organised and hosted Dementia carers and friends, a dementia awareness event at PCSIR

    Phase 2 small park, Lahore, Pakistan on October 23, 2016.

    List of conferences attended

    1. Society for scientific study of psychopathy conference- Chicago, USA-June, 2015 2. Post-graduate conference-University of Sheffield-2015 3. Education conference by the Student Union- University of Sheffield, 2015 4. IAFOR North American series- conference-Providence-Rhode Island-2014 5. Attended and advertised my flyer on development at Newcastle - International

    Development Conference 2015: Looking Back, Moving Forward at Newcastle University-2015

    6. Learning and Teaching Conference 2015: Practical Information- 2015 7. British Environmental Psychology Society (BrEPs) Conference-2014 8. Three day iCog conference and PsychoPy workshop training session -2014 9. Conference on Digital possibilities-2014

  • 1210. Teaching and learning conference at Sheffield Hallam University-2014 11. Research Ethics into the Digital Age Conference-2014 12. Knowing minds: Conference in honour of George Botteril Postgraduate conference

    hosted by University of Sheffield-2014 13. White Rose Spring Conference-2014 14. Post-graduate conference-University of Sheffield-2014 15. Conference on Digital possibilities: Inspiring learning through technology: The

    University of Sheffield's eighth annual Learning and Teaching Conference-2014 16. White Rose postgraduate Conference-2013 17. Post-graduate conference-University of Sheffield-2013 18. Conference at University of Leeds on The Methods Mix-2013

    List of conference presentations

    1. Poster presentation on Understanding antisocial behaviours: Antisocial personality traits involving sensation seeking and callousness at 9th European congress on Violence in Clinical Psychiatry at Copenhagen, Denmark-2015

    2. Oral presentation on Understanding antisocial behaviours: The role of subtypes of empathy, sensation seeking and callous and unemotional traits at Psychology and Law conference, Nuremburg, Germany-2015

    3. Oral presentation on Understanding antisocial behaviours: Is callousness linked to sensation seeking and everyday sadism and jealousy? At Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK- July, 2015

    4. Oral presentation on Classifying and defining heterogeneity within antisocial behaviour at IAFOR international conference, Brighton, UK- July 2015

    5. Poster presentation on Commentary on Big five personality and academic dishonesty: A meta-analytic review by Giluk & Postlethwaite, 2015- won 3rd Prize - University of Birmingham, UK

    6. Oral presentation on Antisocial behaviours: Sensation seeking and callousness at postgraduate conference, Psychology department, University of Sheffield, UK- 2015

    7. Poster presentation, Psychological analysis of The Outsider, at the Re-imagining the Gothic conference at Sheffield, Department of English, University of Sheffield, UK-May, 2015

    8. Oral presentation on Heterogeneous interpretations of emotional reactivity and its subtypes, A review at Psychology of emotion and feeling, University of Northampton, UK one day free student conference, April, 2015

    9. Oral presentation on Understanding antisocial behaviors, Sensation seeking and subtypes of empathy at IAFOR North American series- conference-Providence-Rhode Island, USA-2014

    10. Poster presentation on subtypes of empathy and subtypes of antisocial behaviours at postgraduate conference, Psychology Department, University of Sheffield, UK-2014

    11. Poster presentation on subtypes of empathy and subtypes of antisocial behaviors -White Rose Conference Impact through Engagement, University of Sheffield, UK-2014

    12. Poster presentation on Attitudes towards research methods with statistics at the White Rose Psychology Postgraduate conference-2013

    13. Oral presentation on neurobiology of callous and unemotional (CU) traits at Post-graduate conference, Psychology Department, University of Sheffield, UK- 2013

    List of Other Presentations

  • 131. Oral presentation on Countering obstacles and managing transition during my PhD at

    CSCY Winter warmer event, University of Sheffield- 2015. 2. Oral presentation on Understanding Antisocial behaviors: The roles of sensation seeking

    and subtypes of empathy in speaking for research skills class-2015 3. Poster presentation on pain management at speaking for research skills course-2015 4. Presented my outreach project proposal on educational development in Pakistan at

    Sheffield International Womens club- 2015 5. Delivered a talk at International Womens day to an audience of women from 18

    different countries at Sheffield International Womens club- 2013 6. Presented at SHEP (introduction to myself and my research)-2013

    List of any outreach activities undertaken 1. Applying for funding to arrange an Commonwealth scholars event at University of

    Sheffield-2015 2. Working on the development of a unique educational welfare society in Pakistan (under

    legal process of registration by Interior Ministry of Pakistan)-2015 3. Working on the twinning of University of Sheffield with Lahore College for Women

    University, Pakistan with the student union-2015 4. Represented Pakistan at Psychology department, University of Sheffield 5. Represented Commonwealth scholars (coordinated activities) at University of Sheffield 6. Student representative at University Research Ethics Committee at University of

    Sheffield-2014 to date 7. Served as International Resource Center digital representative at Lahore College for

    Women University, Lahore, Pakistan-2012 to date 8. Senior reviewer (reviewed 30 abstracts abstracts in the area of mental health, general

    psychology, psychology and education, neuroscience, Qualitative/Quantitative Research in any other area of Psychology) twice at IAFOR North American series conference at Providence and IAFOR European series conference at Brighton in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Also peer-reviewed colleagues and friends work

    9. Completed the religious tandem learning course with a student at University of Sheffield-2015

    10. Volunteered at Conversation club-2015 11. Worked as Asian day facilitator (paid role) presented cultural differences between UK

    and Pakistan to 8th graders, university of Sheffield-2013 12. Volunteered as Urdu teacher at the International Language Festival at University of

    Sheffield-2013

    List of publications

    1. Eman, S. (2016, December). Story: The international student researcher in crisis. Booksie Classic House. Retrieved from https://www.booksie.com/491381-the-international-student-researcher-in-crisis

    2. Eman, S. (2016, August). Why not suffer in silence? Brain Knittings, 2(1). Retrieved from http://brainknittings.com/2016/08/why-not-suffer-in-silence/

    3. Eman, S. (2016, July). Relating to your supervisor: What can you do?ThinkAhead Blog. Researcher Professional Development team at the University of Sheffield. Retrieved from https://thinkaheadsheffield.wordpress.com/2016/07/07/relating-to-your-supervisor-what-can-you-do/

    4. Eman, S. (2015, October). What I wish I had known in my first year. Doctoral Times. Newsletter-Research & Innovation Services, University of Sheffield. Retrieved from http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.512242.1443539553!/file/Doctoral_Times_10_Aut

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    5. Eman, S. (2015, December). Workplace bullying. Brain Knittings, 1(3). Retrieved from http://brainknittings.com/2015/12/workplace-bullying/

    6. Eman, S. (2015). Discussion paper: Feeling through the eyes. PsyPAG Quarterly 94, 28-30. Retrieved from http://www.psypag.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Issue-94.pdf

    7. Eman, S. (2015, October). Do you suffer from math anxiety? Brain Knittings, 1(2). Retrieved from http://brainknittings.com/2015/10/do-you-suffer-from-math-anxiety/

    8. Eman, S. (2015, August). How to tackle pessimism on the go. Brain Knittings, 1(1). Retrieved from http://brainknittings.com/2015/08/how-to-tackle- pessimism-on-the-go/

    9. Eman, S., Nicolson, R.I., & Blades, M. (2015). Sensation seeking or empathy? Physically Aggressive and non-aggressive antisocial behaviors (ASBs) amongst university students. The IAFOR Journal of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences, 1(1), 65-88. Retrieved from http://iafor.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/5.-Final-Manuscript-212-Understanding-antisocial-behaviors-paper-by-Saima-Eman.pdf

    10. Eman, S., Nicolson, R.I., & Blades, M. (2015). Classifying and defining heterogeneity within antisocial behaviour. In ISSN: 2188-9627 The European Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences 2015: Official Conference Proceedings (pp. 101-124). Brighton, England, UK. Retrieved from http://iafor.org/issn-2188-9627-the-european-conference-on-psychology-and-the-behavioral-sciences-2015-official-conference-proceedings/

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    13. Eman, S. (2014). Research in Brief: Family structure and Pakistani young adults anger expression. PsyPAG Quarterly, 90. Retrieved from http://www.psypag.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/PsyPag-90.pdf#page=38

    List of any extracurricular activities you wish to note 1. Volunteer activities

    a. Participated in BBC online programme as an observer participant-2016 b. Participated in Econsoc Women's Week (20th - 24th April) - a week focused on events, workshops and discussions

    aiming to involve and inspire women-2015 c. Volunteered at Conversation club for asylum seekers and refugees at the Church-2015 d. Contributed to @Diversity_Is-2015 e. One woman awareness campaign about alcohol free cosmetics in Pakistan-2015 f. Contributed to British Heart Foundation, Oxfam, MacMillan, Swap shop at University of Sheffield, Nether Green

    Infant School, Syrian refugees, Project Paddington, Marie Curie Cancer Care, and other UK charities-2015-2016 g. Contributed to Time to Change campaign run by mental health charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, CLIC

    Sargent | For children and young people with cancer and the Samritans support helpline and Oxfam charity-2015 h. Contributed ideas to Give it a go event-2015 i. Submitted several ideas to Student Voice at Student Union-2015 j. Created Sadistic tendencies facebook group-2015 k. Contributed to VC strategic plan for next 5 years for University of Sheffield Our Social responsibility-2015 l. Created a facebook page on behalf of my daughter: Global Children Association-2014 m. Helped influence change in policies for example the confirmation review policy and online survey administration

    policy at University of Sheffield. Took part in tesco feedback surveys, university academic surveys, student research surveys such as experiment on effect of stress on psychosis, signing petitions against fossil fuel investment policy, on change.org, post office, national express bus service and other surveys-2013-2015

    n. Prepared a development plan- 2013-2015 o. Participated in go-green events: home energy saving visit invited; grew spinach at home-2014-2015

  • 15p. Volunteered as a Head sister at University of Sheffield Islamic circle-2014 q. Helped organize a conference on emotions at Northampton by advertising it -2014 r. Attended World food festival thus contributing to Cancer charity UK and children from Bosnian war-2014 s. Suggested a logo (self-made) for the PG psychology society-2014 t. Henna service provider at one a Paksoc stall at University of Sheffield-2013 u. Contributed to the ideas forum at the university-2013 v. Took part in an experimental study investigating hose positive thoughts and feelings create the motivation to take part

    in exercise and activity earned 5 pounds-2013 w. Took part in experimental study on how self-directed negative emotions influence mental health problems-2013 x. Volunteered for participation in research experiment on effect of stress on psychosis-2013 y. Taught URDU in the second International language festival as part of world week-2013 z. Participation in virtual tour of university (volunteer)-2013 aa. Contributed ideas for improvement of the university services to Ideas forum-2013 bb. Took part in breaking bad habits study and earned 5 pounds-2013 cc. Took part in an EEG experiment-2013 dd. Took part in a leader follower study-2013 ee. Asian day role facilitator (paid role) as part of SIID (Sheffield Institute of International Development) Share-2013 ff. Submitted an idea regarding childcare and night services like night line to ideas forum-2013 gg. Volunteered for participation in virtual tour of university (volunteer)-2013

    2. Sports a. Badminton at Goodwin-2014 b. Swimming (also helped novices to swim) at Goodwin-2014-2015 c. Ladys Rugby at Goodwin sports-2014 d. Table tennis at Stephenson-2014 e. Mothers sport session-2014 f. International casual football at Goodwin-2016 g. Society Badminton tournament-December 2016

    3. Arts and Crafts a. Learned about 3D models in paper craft society- 2015 b. Paper craft at Womens club-2015 c. Learned about cake decoration at Womens club-2014 d. Made nature pencil drawings-2014-2015

    4. Drama/film a. Watched other films such as Race 2, Chipmunks, The BFG at CineWorld cinema-2013-2016 b. Played table tennis and music at Stephenson hall, university accommodation-2016 c. As an observer at a BBC debate in February-2016 d. University resident film watching- Frozen- March 2016 e. Outdoor cinema- at Endcliffe-2016 f. Went to see Chipmunks and Fan-2016 g. Watched Film on Girl interrupted at Stephenson halls-2015 h. Film Thor at Stephenson halls-2015 i. Attended Peterpan and the pirates drama theatre-University of Sheffield 5th February-2015 j. Session on Creative media production; use of iMovie-2015 k. Learned Flying teapots: Circus skills: juggling and diabolo at drama studio-2014

    5. Networking events a. "Knitting and crocheting for premature babies (part of researcher wellbeing)"-2016 b. Interfaith caf event at coffee revolution, theme was start of the year feelings, oaths, celebrations-2016 (24 feb) c. Sheffield University Women International club summer party at Rosies house- July 2016 d. Reception attended: Pakistani Commonwealth Scholars at the FCO-2015 e. Commonwealth networking event arranged at Student Union and my residence-2015 f. Arranged a networking event for Commonwealth scholars regarding research collaboration at University of Sheffield-

    2015 g. Coffee morning at Department of Psychology-2015 h. Tactile and aroma therapy group meetup twice-2015 i. One world caf -2015 j. Culture Compass- learning about the British (more polite and more conscious, cultural language a barrier, say

    indirectly, reject the first time, explain things, university is fun; university dream- attitude is different)-2015 k. Global conversation: understanding British slangs and phrases-2015 l. Attended the grand re-union of USIC-2014 m. Participated in Women clubs activities such as Chinese new year, sharing wedding photos-2014-2015 n. Helped in organizing a free student conference on emotions sponsored by PsyPAG-2014 o. Ethnic minority event Diwali-2014 p. Met the mid-wife regarding pregnancy and other issues at womens club-2014

  • 16q. Parents in Academia Coffee morning, Managing Maternity/Paternity leave-2013 r. Interfaith eid event-2013 s. Black and Minority ethnic students forum-2013 t. Parents in Academia, coffee morning: Changing working patterns-2013 u. Languages Sheffield meeting at Sheffield Hallam Hub-2013

    6. Competitions a. Helped my children win Broomhill festival postcard art competition and Project Paddington art competition- 2016 b. Submitted Creative IT solutions idea to the summer of student innovation competition-2015 c. Submitted idea to the summer of student innovation competition-2015 d. Participated in the go-green competition spinach growing-2015 e. Participated in cake bake-2014 f. FameLab-2014 g. Creative media presentation competition on teaching and the digital world in next 5 years-2014 h. Wellcome trust science essay competition and the University of Sheffield-2013 i. Mental health week poetry competition In the kingdom of my Mind-2013

    7. Knowledge/information oriented visits a. Trip to Manor Lodge as parent carer-25 February, 2016 b. Took part in Research Photography competition- 9 March, 2016 c. Discovery night: Science Exhibition at Firth Hall-2016 d. Science event at Weston park (Meet the robots)-2016 e. Broomhill library visits 2015-2016 f. Cannon hall farm trip- June 2016 g. Little Sheffield show-2016 h. Graves park meetup (through online meetup)-2016 i. Alton towers water park family trip-2016 j. Women in Engineering National Day celebration- Engineering Imagination at University of Sheffield - 19 June, 2016 k. Trip to Woodland Adventure-2015 l. Bumper book sale Broomhill library-2015 m. Museum of London- 24 January 2015 n. Science event at Weston park-2015 o. International Peace day celebration at Weston park museum-2015 p. Egypt day at Weston park museum-2015 q. Clinical; and social cognition and social attention reading groups-2015 r. Millennium gallery-2015 s. Learned to use MacBook Air-2015 t. Visited the science and engineering event at Sheffield Hallam University- science engagement event-2015 u. Attended the Ultimate fair- 2015 v. Attended National day at Broomhill library-2015 w. Exam invigilation- 2 hours paid job-2015 x. Attended open meeting of the Student union councilors and members-2014 y. Attended Festival of the Mind-2014 z. Give it a go Trip to Whitby-2014 aa. Attended a finance session in department-2014 bb. Attended a seminar on women in academia by an ATHENA SWAN member-2014 cc. Passed Driving theory test-2014 dd. University Family trip to York-2013 ee. Visit to Botanical gardens with Womens club-2013 ff. Discovery night: Science Exhibition at Firth Hall-2013 gg. Winter Wonderland-2013 hh. Trip to Tycross Zoo-2013 ii. Exam invigilation- 2 hours paid job-2013-2014