The Open Psychology Journal

ISSN: 1874-3501 ― Volume 14, 2021

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Thomas Müller (Biography
Thomas Müller

Prof. Thomas Müller is presently a Head of the Department of Neurology Berlin Weißensee, St. Joseph Hospital, Gartenstr and a member of the school for Neurobiology at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. His analysis areas embrace Parkinson's sickness, gentle psychological feature Impairment, Dementia, Somatotype Disorders, Pain Syndromes, disseminated multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's sickness, tube dementedness, Ekbom syndrome Syndrome and encephalopathy. Dr. Thomas Müller has contributed his valuable publications in numerous scientific journals and he has additionally peer reviewed 353 papers, fifty one book chapters and twenty two emended Journal Supplements. He is serving as an Associate Editor in Chief of four internationally putative journals and Editorial member of seventeen journals overall.


Department of Neurology
Alexianer St. Joseph-Krankenhaus Berlin-Weißensee
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Enrico Giora (Biography
Enrico Giora

Dr. Giora completed his graduation in Philosophy and in Educational Psychology. He obtained a Ph.D. in ‘Perception and psychophysics’ in 2007 (University of Padua), with a dissertation on the basic mechanisms of visual segmentation. As a Ph.D. student he was ‘visiting research fellow’ at the City University of London (2005-06) for a research project on time perception. As a post-doctoral research fellow (2010-13) at the University of Milan-Bicocca, he carried out research on visual perception and he conducted psychophysical studies on kinesthesia. He has been serving as a Lecturer in General Psychology at the “Vita-Salute” San Raffaele University of Milan (Italy) since 2013.His current research is mainly focused on visual psychophysics applied to the assessment of clinical populations (in particular sleep disorders patients) and on the history of experimental psychology.


Department of Philosophy, Education, Sociology and Applied Psychology
University of Padua

Naila Rasheed (Biography
Naila Rasheed

Dr. Naila Rasheed is an Assistant Professor at the College of Medicine, Biochemistry Department in Qassim University, Buraidah, KSA. She completed her Ph.D. at the Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow, India in 2010. Dr. Naila’s career centers around stress induced alterations in neuroendocrine and behavioural changes; central dopaminergic systems under various stressful conditions. Dr. Rasheed also worked at the Department of Nutrition, School of Medicine, CASE Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA where she gained her research experience on the alterations in transcription factors during stressful conditions. Currently, her research work focuses on free radicals mediated autoimmunity in patients with autoimmune diseases including working with animal models. Furthermore, she is also studying anti-disease action of active constituents of natural and/or plant products on various cell types, mechanisms behind their action and the signaling pathways. She currently has 36 Internationally peer reviewed publications.


Department of Medical Biochemistry
College of Medicine
Qassim University
Saudia Arabia

Nicola Mucci (Biography
Nicola Mucci

Dr. Nicola Mucci, born in Lucca (Tuscany, Italy) in 1981, is a Researcher in Occupational Medicine at the University of Florence, enabled to the role of Associate Professor. He performs his clinical activities at the Careggi University Hospital in Florence. He received his Master Degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Pisa and his Postgraduate Degree in Occupational Medicine at the University of Florencewith the highest distinction. Subsequently, he obtained his Ph.D. in Occupational, Environmental and Social Medicine at the Catholic University of Rome. His research is mainly oriented towards emerging occupational psychosocial risks.


Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
University of Florence

Roberto Truzoli (Biography
Roberto Truzoli

Dr. Roberto Truzoli, a clinical psychologist, obtained a PhD in Methodology of Research in Psychology - University of Milan. He is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology at University of Milan. Dr. Truzoli’s research areas include analysis of 1) efficacy and effectiveness of cognitive behavioral treatments in patients with depression and anxiety disorders, and 2) cognitive characteristics in autism spectrum disorders; and the study of psychological and behavioral processes in Internet Addiction. Dr. Truzoli received grants by Erasmus + Program and by Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences, University of Milan, and prizes and awards for Conference talks and posters. He is a reviewer for several international journals. He regularly serves as speaker in national and international conferences. He is the author of numerous scientific publications.


Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences "L. Sacco"
University of Milan

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Amit Mittal (Biography
Amit Mittal

Dr. Mittal is a Professor and Dean at the Doctoral Research Centre at Chitkara Business School, Chitkara University, Punjab, India. He is a PhD in Management Science and is responsible for the executive doctoral programs at his university. He is also closely associated with the Oshwal Education and Relief Board, Kenya having worked with them for nearly three years. His frequent interaction with the industry has made him develop a keen interest in research in the areas of employability, corporate leadership and electronic commerce in the context of emerging markets.


Doctoral Research Centre
Chitkara University

Valter Prpic (Biography
Valter Prpic

Dr. Prpic, Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences, is a Lecturer in Psychology at De Montfort University, Leicester (UK). Before joining De Montfort University in 2017 he was a visiting researcher at the University of Malta and a research associate at Sheffield Hallam University. His research interests include numerical cognition, visuospatial attention, perception and action and music cognition. He has more than 10 peer reviewed articles published and is also a reviewer of other reputed journals.


Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
De Montfort University

Mauro Murgia (Biography
Mauro Murgia

Dr. Mauro Murgia, Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences, is currently serving as a lecturer at the University of Trieste, Italy. His main research interests concern the perceptual-motor processes in complex movements. In particular, he has focused on how visual and auditory cues affect the biological motion perception and the movement execution. He has obtained degrees from several universities and research institutes in Italy, Spain, Germany and the United States. He has authored over 40 Scopus-indexed publications.


Department of Life Sciences
University of Trieste

Daniela Marzana (Biography
Daniela Marzana

Dr. Daniela Marzana attained her Ph.D. degree (in 2010) in Psychology from Catholic University, Milan, Italy. Dr. Marzana is currently a Researcher in Social Psychology at Catholic University, Milan, Italy. Her skills and expertise include Psychological Assessment, Cross Cultural Psychology, Social Psychology, Applied Psychology, Social Change, Young Adults, Resilience, Volunteerism and Young People. Dr. Marzana has published a number of documents as an author / co-author, as well as taken part in multiple social projects.


Dipartimento di Psicologia
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano

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