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Anastasiia is a social psychologist with an interest in violence prevention.
In 2012 Anastasiia obtained her BA in Psychology and Social Work from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. During her study, she was employed as a Trade Union Organiser at the University. To satisfy her training needs in social psychology, she then applied to the University of Exeter. During her MSc at the University of Exeter, Anastasiia developed a particular interest in aggressive behaviour and bystander approach to violence regulation.
After graduation, Anastasiia returned to Ukraine where she was working as a Social Media Marketing Manager and Administrator for a UK-based company. In 2014 she obtained her MBA from MMU Business School (online short course) and received her News Presenter Certificate. It took her 4 years to understand that academia was her calling in life. In 2017 she has successfully applied for the Exeter International Excellence Scholarship for Postgraduate Research and is now part of the Psychology Applied to Health (PAtH) Team at the University of Exeter Medical School. It is hoped this research will promote safer behaviour among intoxicated youth.
Outside of work, her interests include travelling, writing for Exeposé, playing ukulele, and painting.
Anastasiia is also the current Postgraduate Research Representative for the Institute of Health Research at the University of Exeter Medical School.
MSc Social and Organisational Psychology (University of Exeter)
MBA (Management & Marketing Universal Business School)
BA (Hons) Psychology and Social Work (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)
In Anastasiia’s PhD project she focuses on bystander approach to violence prevention among intoxicated youth.