Dr Biljana Jokićdocent

Završila je osnovne studije psihologije na Filozofskom fakultetu Univerziteta u Beogradu, gde je 2015. godine odbranila doktorsku disertaciju „Efekat vremenske i socijalne distance na odlučivanje“.

Od 2019. godine je gostujući predavač i članica tima za razvoj međunarodnog master programa Clinical Psychology with Body Psychotherapy Certificate, Maltepe University, Istanbul & East London NHS Foundation Trust, UK. Takođe je angažovana u zvanju docenta na FEFA, Univerzitet Metropolitan. Članica je Science and Research Committee European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP SRC). Članica je međunarodnih i domaćih istraživačkih timova: EABP, USABP & TSRC-KI Indiana University; Laboratorija za istraživanje individualnih razlika (LIRA) Filozofskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu; Zavod za proučavanje kulturnog razvitka. Povremeno je angažovana kao konsultant u agenciji za odnose s javnošću Earth PR. U periodu 2005–2010. godine, bila je spoljni istraživač u agenciji IPSOS Strategic Marketing (2005–2010).

Posebno je naklonjena otvorenoj nauci i učestvovala je u većem broju međunarodnih replikacionih istraživanja, među kojima su: Social exclusion multisite study (2023–), Construal Level International Multilab Replication Project CLIMR (rukovodilac projekta u Srbiji; 2021–), Emotion Expression Replication Project, Team 56a (2021), PSA 006 Moral thinking across the world (2019–2021); Systematizing Confidence in Open Research and Evidence, SCORE (2019–2020). Recenzira i objavljuje radove u međunarodnim i domaćim naučnim časopisima.

Kursevi profesora

Uvod u psihologiju

Teorije ličnosti

Značaj telesne i emocionalne svesnosti u psihologiji

Osnove interpersonalnih veština

Oblast istraživanja

Socijalna kognicija, individualne razlike, mentalno zdravlje, telesna psihoterapija

Kontakt

biljana.jokic@fmk.edu.rs

Izabrane publikacije

Purić, D. & Jokić, B. (2023). The Serbian validation of the Rational-Experiential Inventory-40 and the Rational-Experiential Multimodal Inventory. PLoS ONE 18(11): e0294705. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0294705

Jokić, B., Purić, D., Grassmann, H., Walling, C. G., Nix, E. J., Porges, S. W., & Kolacz, J. (2023). Association of childhood maltreatment with adult body awareness and autonomic reactivity: The moderating effect of practicing body psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 60(2), 159-170. DOI: 10.1037/pst0000463

Röhricht, F., Bademci, O., Eckert, A.,  Grassmann, H., Jokić, B., Papadopoulos, N., Sollmann, U. & Stupiggia, M. (2023) Body psychotherapy training at university level – piloting a novel integrated master’s programme. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy. DOI: 10.1080/17432979.2023.2260445

Bago, B., Aczel, B., Kekecs, Z., Protzko, J., Kovacs, M., Nagy, T., …, Jokic, B., …, Puric, D., … Zezelj, I.,.., Lazarevic, Lj. B., ….Chartier, C. R. (2022). Moral thinking across the world: Exploring the influence of personal force and intention in moral dilemma judgements. Nature Human Behaviour. DOI: 10.1038/s41562-022-01319-5

Jokić, B. & Purić, D. (2021). Seeking proxies for internal states as a possible alternative for rationality and experientiality. SAGE Open, 11(1) DOI: 10.1177/2158244020986533

Jokić, B. & Purić, D. (2020). Does cultural participation make us happier? Favorite leisure activities and happiness in a representative sample of the Serbian population. Култура 169(4), 377-393, DOI: 10.5937/kultura2069377J

Jokić, B. & Purić, D. (2019). Relating rational and experiential thinking styles with trait emotional intelligence in broader personality space. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 15(1), 140–158, DOI: 10.5964/ejop.v15i1.1692

Young, C. in conjunction with Grassmann, H., Rohricht, F., Bader Johansson, C., Schilat, Z., Jokic, B. & Stupiggia, M. (Eds.) (2018). Body Psychotherapy Case Studies. Body Psychotherapy Publications & European Association for Body Psychotherapy.

Žeželj, I. & Jokić, B. (2014). Replication of experiments evaluating impact of psychological distance on moral judgment (Eyal, Liberman & Trope, 2008; Gong & Medin, 2012). Social Psychology, 45, 223–231. DOI: 10.1027/1864-9335/a000188

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