Dr Dusana Dorjee

Lecturer

Brigantia Building,
School of Psychology,
Bangor University,
Bangor,
LL57 2AS

Tel: +44 (0) 1248 388842
Email: d.dorjee@bangor.ac.uk

Qualifications

Mgr. (includes BA and MA), Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
MA, PhD, University of Arizona, Tucson.

Research interests

My research investigates neurocognitive and psychophysiological changes resulting from contemplative training (meditation) in the context of well-being across the lifespan. Specifically, I have been examining the impact of meditation, mostly mindfulness, on systems of cognitive control, attention, emotion regulation and conceptual processing both longitudinally and in cross-sectional studies. I investigate how neuroscientific research on contemplative practices can inform prevention of mental illness, psychotherapy and well-being enhancement across the lifespan. I am particularly interested in possible preventive effects of mindfulness on mental and physical health in children and adolescents. My research combines psychophysiological methods, mainly event-related brain potentials (ERPs), with behavioural and self-report measures.

Dr Dusana Dorjee is a member of the Clinical, Health, & Behavioural Psychology research group.

Publications

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