Dr Ali Salim
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Assistant professor educational psychology

Qualifications :

  • Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Universiti Sains Malaysia (Usm), Penang, Malaysia, April 2012.
    Area Of Study: Educational Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuro Linguistic.
  • M.S., Science Education, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 2004, Grade A.
    Area Of Study: Curriculum And Teaching Method Of Science (Science Education), Educational Psychology, Cognitive Psychology.
  • Advantage Diploma, Educational Supervision Diploma, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 2002, Grade A.
  • B.S., Education, Chemistry Major, Sultan Qaboos University (S.Q.U), Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman, October, 1992.

Teaching Interest:

  • Educational Psychology, Psychology, Development Psychology, Mental Hygiene, Educational Counselling Foundation, Neuropsychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Education Brain, Thinking And Its Skills, Educational Evaluation & Measurement, Methods Of Teaching, Statistic Package System (Spss), Technical Learning And Communication Skills, Educational Statistic, Basic Of Educational Research.

Research Interest:

  • My Main Interest Includes The Educational Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive, Neuroscience, Thinking, Brain Learning And Thinking And Neuro Linguistic. Particular, Interest Is In The Applying The Neuroscience Finding In Psychology And Education For Develop And Improve Learning And Thinking. Also, Interest Is In EEG Experiments Of The Brain.


Recent Publication:

  • Alghafri, A. S. (2018). Development of Learning in Human brain. IMPACT: International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences, 6(9), 23-30.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Zainal, Ahmad. (2015). The Impact of Using Neuro-education Aspect on Students’ Thinking and Emotion. Frontiers in Clinical Medicine (FCM), 2(1),1-9.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Hairul, I. (2014). The Effects of Integrating Creative and Critical Thinking on Schools Students' Thinking. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, 4(6), 518-525.
  • Alghafri, A. S. & Hairul, I. (2011). The Effects of Neuroscience- and Non-Neuroscience-Based Thinking Strategies on Primary School Students’ Thinking. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 15, 3291-3298.