Dana Rad, PhD. is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Psychology and Social Sciences at Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania. She holds a double specialization in Psychology (PhD in Cognitive Applied Psychology) and Automation (MD in Automation and Intelligent Systems). She was a Visiting Professor at Instituto Superior Miguel Torga in Coimbra and Instituto Politecnico Portalegre, Portugal and at University of Oviedo, Spain and research scientist in more than 20 European Union funded projects. As a direct output of the implementation of such initiative, there have been developed career counseling procedures for any type of beneficiary, with a special focus on NEETs, training courses, curricula and Workshops in the field of career counseling and lately in fighting against online hate speech and analyzing the negative psychological effects of online narratives on youth mental health. There have been also organized International Conferences focused on disseminating project’s results and initiate discussions with other relevant experts in the field. Common resources were published in Career counseling strategies – a practical Handbook and Keeping Youth Safe form Cyberbullying – a practical Handbook.
She is member in the editorial review board of 13 International Journals. Her research interests include: Cognitive Applied Sciences, Organizational Psychology, Fuzzy logic, Nonlinear Dynamics, Hate Speech etc. She is coauthor of 16 books and 70 international conferences and journal papers. She is a member of IANLP, IACAT, IAENG and APA.
Dana Rad PhD – Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Psychology and Social Sciences, Romania.
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