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Seminar on Psychological-time Research Held at JnU Psychology Department

Psychology Problem Seminar A scientific seminar was held on Psychological-Time Research in the Sigmund Freud Conference Hall at the Department of Psychology, Jagnnath University, Dhaka. The research paper of the seminar was presented by the Prof. Dr. Ksazi Saifuddin, Chairman, Department of Psychology, Jagannath University.

He has emphasized on the finding of his research that there is a Psychological Clock functioning in the human brain counting subjective time which is different from the mechanical time. Such perceive time is also the factor of Pre and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (TSD) of the disaster victims. Professor Saifuddin also emphasizes to open a “Cognitive Neuroscience Lab” in this department for future research.

The findings of his research are very interesting and generate further research interest in this area. Prof. Dr. Mijanur Rahman, Honorable Vice Chancellor of the Jagannath University has graced the seminar as a Chief Guest. The seminar was moderated by Dr. Asoke Kumar Saha, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology also welcome the audience of the seminar.

Among others, Md. Nasir Uddin, Director, Student Welfare and Chairman, Department of English, Prof. Dr. Abul Hossen, Department of Social Work was present in the seminar. Assistant Professor Md. Shahinuzzaman, Md. Sydur Rahaman, Farzana Ahmed (1) and the lecturers of the Department of Psychology along with invited guest were also attending the seminar. A large number of research scholar and students of undergraduate and graduate courses of psychology present in the seminar.

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