Phd Ljiljana Lazarević
2006 – Diploma in Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Belgrade (lower first-class GPA 8.79. Diploma thesis: 10)
2007 – Master’s Degree, Department of Psychology, University of Belgrade. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Goran Knezevic. (GPA: 9.86. Master thesis: 10).
2012 – Ph.D. Studies, Department of Psychology, University of Belgrade. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Goran Knezevic. Members of the committee: Prof. Dr. Brian Nosek (University of Virginia, USA); Prof Dr. Goran Opačić; Prof. Dr. Dejan Lalović. (GPA: 10). Ph.D. thesis defended on 5th October 2012.
H-index 7 (Scopus)
2020-2021 – Boosting EOSC readiness: Creating a scalable model for capacity building in RDM. European Union – European Open Science Cloud
2019-ongoing – The role of narcissism, HEXACO, and disintegration in conspiracy beliefs. Project coordinator with Goran Knezevic. Grant: ZPID – Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information, Trier, Germany
2018-ongoing – Militant extremist mind-set in volatile Balkans – research project supported by prof dr Lazar Stankov
2015-ongoing – Stability and relevance of Disintegration. Project coordinator with Goran Knezevic. Grant: GESIS Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences, Germany
2015-ongoing – Standardization of the Serbian version of the Weschler’s Adult Intelligence Scale-IV edition (researcher in the team) and standardization of the Serbian version of the Wechsler Memory Scale-IV edition (team lead). Financed by Sinapsa Edicije
2017-018 – Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences. Expert in the team. Grant: UNICEF
2016-2020 – ManyLabs 5 project – Investigating whether pre-data collection peer review is a useful intervention in improving reproducibility (project coordinators: Charlie Ebersole, Brian Nosek). Team lead for the replication of LoBue & DeLoache, 2008 study https://osf.io/7a6rd/. Grant: Open Science Foundation and Laura and John Arnold Foundation
2013-2015 – Reproducibility Project: Psychology. Team lead for a preregistered study in the RPP, and researcher in the Open Science Collaboration. Financially supported by the Center for Open Science and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, Total grant: 1,225,000 USD
2011-2020 – Project 179018, financed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, since 2011. Researcher in the team.
2010 – Psychological problems in the context of social changes, No. 149018, supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Serbia, 2005-2010