Amelia is working at Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Airlangga in Surabaya, Indonesia, a researcher-in-training at Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE), and a co-founder of Airlangga #OpenScience, which mainly focuses on promoting open scientific practices in Universitas Airlangga (and beyond).
As an aspiring PhD, my planned research programme is looking at how religious laypeople reconcile morally-contentious scientific findings with their own faith and specifically investigating health-related issues, such as vaccination, alternative medicine, and infectious diseases. I’m also broadly interested in researching moral reasoning, norms violations, and conspiracy beliefs.
I’m also very passionate about research methods, meta-research, computational reproducibility, psychometrics, and advanced statistical analysis. 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 enjoy cooking for my husband Ilham and my daughter, Ayesha.
If you want to set up an appointment, you can drop me an email, or request an appointment through my Doodle page.
Master of Science (MSc) in Social Research, 2013
University of Edinburgh
Sarjana (S.Psi.) in Psychology, 2011
Indonesian & Middle-Eastern