"Babeș-Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca


Antonia Mărincaș has been a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Applied Cognitive Psychology at Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca since 2018, her field of interest being educational psychology. Throughout the course of this degree she has been studying the predictors and effects of incentivized learning over the well-being and performance of students in schools. As a graduate of the 12-year Waldorf school system herself, her objective is to compare the differences between educational systems in Romania. She has been a clinical psychologist and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist since 2013 at the Romanian College of Psychologists, a teacher counselor since 2018 and her PhD thesis is being redacted under the guidance of Professor Adrian Opre, PhD.


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