Elma Medosevic Korjenic

Elma Medosevic Korjenic
University of Sarajevo | UNSA · Odsjek za psihologiju

Master of Arts

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Education
October 2020 - October 2022
University of Sarajevo
Field of study
  • Psychology
October 2020 - October 2022
University of Sarajevo
Field of study
  • Psychology
October 2016 - September 2020
University of Sarajevo
Field of study
  • Psychology

Publications

Publications (3)
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Da li je efekt studijske socijalizacije povezan sa formiranjem stavova o LGBTIQ+ osobama?
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This project involves more than 30 researchers from 25 countries in more than 15 languages. This is a brief presentation highlighting current phase of data collection with the measures we've been using and overall data collection sites and expected sample sizes. I've also provided some brief expected results or anticipated findings. I am still Data...

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Question
I am looking for a face database with standardized results based on physical appearance.
I checked some of the databases available, few of them only had black and withe images, animated faces or non-caucasian faces.
I was wondering is there a database that I can access with colorized photos, and standardized results of photos?

Projects

Projects (4)
Project
The growing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has impacted the lives of billions worldwide. As of March 28, 2020, will top more than 600,000 diagnoses in over 130 nations across 6 continents – with a death toll surpassing 27,000. While the fatality rate of COVID-19 is lower than SARS or MERS, COVID-19 is far more contagious, and ergo arguably more disruptive than its predecessors. Numerous governments have implemented strict health policies and travel restrictions, leading to disruptions in everyday life and causing anxiety as well as frustration among global citizens. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate the impact of COVID-19 from a variety of psychological and sociocultural perspectives. This project we are curious about several things: 1. How minority members and majority members may differ toward the COVID-19 outbreak? 2. How has interpersonal relationships changed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak? 3. How has their general life changed ? 4. Do certain groups feel more discrimination since the outbreak? We are currently collecting data over 15 locations (countries/regions): 1. Mainland China 2. Hong Kong, 3. Indonesia, 4. India, 5. Thailand, 6. Philippines, 7. South Korea, 8. Japan, 9. US, 10. Bosnia/Croatia, 11. United Kingdom, 12. Dutch, 13. Poland, 14. Israel,15. Germany, 16. Iran, 17. Pakistan If you are interested in more information or joining the project, please message me! Stay safe and healthy during this global crisis.
Project
Utvrđivanje povezanosti između vrste studija i formiranja stavova studenata prema LGBTIQ+ osobama.