Azlina Amir Kassim
Azlina joined the teaching team in the School of Psychology at Bangor University. She obtained a PhD in Psychology from the University of Nottingham, and holds an MSc degree in Clinical and Counselling Psychology and a BSc in Medical Bioscience. Prior to moving to this beautiful part of the world, she had been employed as a lecturer in Malaysia for 5 years teaching psychology modules at the undergraduate level.
Azlina is the Module Organiser for two year two undergraduate modules, i.e. Research methods IV and Aspects of Clinical Psychology. Research Methods IV is designed to equip students with the skills required to conduct empirical research in psychology. Aspects of Clinical Psychology introduces students to psychopathology and examines the classification, causes and treatment of psychological disorders.
Azlina also supervises both undergraduate and postgraduate research projects. In addition to her teaching roles, Azlina is also the internationalisation tutor for undergraduate, postgraduate and ERASMUS+ students at the school of psychology.
Azlina’s research interest is in the area of recognition memory and factors that modulate recognition memory for objects and faces. Azlina is also a member of the Mental Health Initiative for South Asia (MhiSA), which is a collaboration between Bangor University and the British Council, in upscaling mental health research and provision in South Asia.