Associate Professor Sabina Kleitman’s is a full-time academic at the School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia. Her research is cross-disciplinary, and it embraces diverse areas such as Psychology, Defence Science, Human Factors, Education and Computer Science. Her publications in these areas collectively acquired more than 3800 citations & her h-index is 26 (Google Scholar).
Specialisation and expertise
Her principal research lies in decision-making (confidence & its calibration, meta-reasoning, metacognition), individual differences (cognitive abilities, resilience/adaptability, personality), and cognitive psychology. In her research during the COVID-19 pandemic, she was interested in diverse psychological and external factors that impacted people’s ability to adapt effectively to changes, their decisions, and their mental fitness.
Links to research work