Seada holds an M.Sc. in Applied Psychology from Middlesex University and a B.A. in International Studies - Minor in Psychology from American University of Sharjah. Her master’s thesis focused on the relationship between cognitive task performance, media-multitasking, diurnal preferences, and mindfulness, where she explored the concept of cognitive flexibility and neuroplasticity. She is a certified Clinical Research Professional and a member of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals community. Seada is currently pursuing postgraduate studies in clinical research at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
Seada’s teaching interests include research methods, ethics in psychological research, psychological data analysis, and cognitive psychology. Her research interests include neuroplasticity, cognitive flexibility, generational trauma, trauma-related disorders, learning & behaviour, quality of life, the adolescent brain, and adolescent mental health.
Membership of Professional Bodies and Associations
Awards and achievements
Top Student Award - M.Sc. Applied Psychology, Middlesex University Dubai, 2015
Research Outputs and Scholarly Activities