I’m (Amelia) currently a PhD student at Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, working on a project focuses on investigating mental conceptualization of science and religion relationship. Additionally, I’m broadly interested in researching health misinformation, conspiracy belief, and public attitudes to science. I’m also very passionate about research methods, meta-research, computational reproducibility, psychometrics, and latent variable modeling. Apart from my main responsibility, I’m determined to independently practise my programming skill.
I was born in Lombok, a beautiful island next to Bali, but spent most of my childhood in Surabaya, Indonesia. Apart from my academic life, I like to cook, listen to Japanese Rock bands, such as L’Arc~en~Ciel, Do As Infinity and Wagakki Band, and read manga (my personal favourites are Gals! and The Promised Neverland).
For UNAIR Students: If you’d like to set up an appointment, please request it through my Calendly. Please note that I’m on study leave until 2025 (expected), so I’m no longer available for teaching or undergraduate thesis supervision.
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Social Research, 2013
University of Edinburgh
Sarjana (S.Psi.) in Psychology, 2011
South-East Asian & Middle-Eastern