Dijana Sulejmanović

Senior Teaching Assistent

dijana.sulejmanovic@unbi.ba

Dijana Sulejmanović

Dijana Sulejmanovic was born in 1987 in Banja Luka. She finished elementary school and high school in Sanski Most, and completed her master's and master's studies in psychology at the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Banja Luka.

She has been engaged as a senior assistant professor in psychology at the University of Bihać since the academic year 2014/15 years. From 11/15/2018. she is a full-time employee of the IPF, where she has been appointed coordinator of the IPF international cooperation and porojects Team.

In addition to formal education, in order to advance her knowledge in the field of psychotherapy, she has completed an advanced level of education in cognitive-behavioral therapy.

She translated Martina F. Delfos' book "A Strange World" about autism spectrum disorders from english into bosnian language.

She is actively involved in scientific research and so far her papers have been published in journals and conferences in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, France and Finland.

She gave a lecture to psychology students at the University of Sarajevo's Faculty of Philosophy on suicide, as well as a lecture on the effects of war trauma on children for doctoral students at the Chicago School in Washington (USA) and lectures at the Islamic University of Applied Sciences in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) on conformism.

She is currently completing her PhD at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, in the field of social psychology and personality psychology.

Published papers

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). Cognitive-behavioral therapy in the work with prasuicidants. In: Kolenović-Đapo, J. et al. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Second congress of psychologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina with international participation, Banja Luka: Society of psychologists of the RS, 125-133.

Sulejmanović, D. Z. (2013). Cross-cultural research: The relationship between the quantity of family interactions and life satisfaction. In: Dimitirjević, B. (Ed.). Monograph “Development and mental health” of the Days of Applied Psychology Conference. Niš: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D., Krnetić, I. (2013). Irrational beliefs as predictors of the presence of suicidal ideation. Proceedings of the Third kongress of psychologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina with International participation. Mostar: Association of psychologists of FBiH, 263-272.

Sulejmanović, D. Z. (2013). Using humor in a REBT session. Papers, 14 (2), 493-497.

Sulejmanović, D., Spychala, J. (2013). The Presence of Suicidal Ideation Due to Perceived Anomie and Life Satisfaction. Proceedings of the 19th Empirical research in psychology. Belgrade: Faculty of Philosophy, 282-287.

Sulejmanović, D. (2013). The role of psychologists in the inclusion of children with Down syndrome. Our School, 65 (235).

Sulejmanović, D. (2013). Sex differences in the presence of suicidal ideation. Sarajevo journal of social issues, 2, 33-44.

Sulejmanović, D. and Dragišić, T. (2014). Family and partnership relations as protective factors in the presence of suicidal thoughts. Biomedical research, Foča: Faculty of Medicine, 10-15.

Sulejmanović, D. (2015). History, application and effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral modification. Proceedings of the IX conference Days of Applied Psychology. Niš: Faculty of Philosophy. Niš: Faculty of Philosophy, 201-211.

Dragišić, T. and Sulejmanović, D. (2015). Depression, anxiety and distress in psychiatric patients. Proceedings of the IX conference Days of Applied Psychology. Niš: Faculty of Philosophy, 189-201.

Sulejmanović, D. (2015). Children's emotional reactions to stressful experiences. Our School, 70 (240).

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). Why father is so important: The role of the attachment with the father in the development of prosocial behavior. The Journal of MacroTrends in Social Science, 3 (1), 33-38.

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). View of Stanley Cohen's book The State of Denial. Social Topics, 4 (4), 133-138.

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). Obedience to authority: What was Milgram not talking about? Papers, 26, 67–85.

Sulejmanović, D., Čekrlija, Đ. (2018). Is Stanford Prison the most significant contribution of Zimbard to social psychology. Proceedings of the conference of the Fifth congress of psychologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (in press). Conformism is in the eye of the beholder: The phenomenon of conformism in individualistic societies. Proceedings of the 3rd international professional conference “Challenges and perspectives of the assistant professions”. Bihać: Islamic Faculty of Pedagogy.

Announcements

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). The humor in REBT. Proceedings of the Sarajevo days of psychology scientific and professional conference. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). Autism or autistic behavior. Proceedings of the conference Days of Applied Ppsychology. Nisš: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). Family reunification and the presence of suicidal ideation: A comparison of BiH and France. Proceedings of the scientific conference “Banja Luka meetings: Society of knowledge and personality - ways and sideways of (de) humanization”. Banja Luka: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). Protecting children with autism from peer violence. Collection of abstracts of a scientific and expert conference on violence issues “Violence and mental health - an interdisciplinary approach”. Osijek: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2012). Anger is not functional - REBT access to unhealthy emotions. Collection of abstracts of a scientific and expert conference on violence issues "”Violence and mental health - an interdisciplinary approach”. Osijek: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. and Van Dillen, T. (2014). Cognitive-behavioral modification in the treatment of suicidal clients. Conference Proceedings third Sarajevo days of psychology. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2014). The connection between suicidal thoughts and satisfaction with communication in intimate relationships. Conference Proceedings third Sarajevo days of psychology. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2014). Application of cognitive-behavioral modification in work with primary school children. Proceedings of the conference Open days of psychology. Banja Luka: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2016). The connection between irrational beliefs and the aggressiveness of elementary school children. Conference Proceedings 3. open days of psychology. Banja Luka: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). Is Stanford Prison the most significant contribution of Zimbard to social psychology. Proceedings of the conference of the Fifth congress of psychologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Petrović, N. and Sulejmanović, D. (2017). Factors of value orientations of traditional muslim communities of northwestern Bosnia in the 21st century. Proceedings of the conference Days of the Faculty of Philosophy. Tuzla: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). When in Rome, act like a Roman - a history of conformist research. Conference abstract book Contemporary trends in psychology. Novi Sad: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2017). The relationship between irrational beliefs and aggression among primary school students. The Annual Finnish Social Psychology Conference: History of Social Psychology. Finland: University of Helsinki.

Sulejmanović, D., Muratović, S. (2018). Do you have 17 minutes to hear my story? Scientific and Professional conference „Fifth Sarajevo psychology days“. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Lectures held

Sulejmanović, D. and Kanurić, H. (2019). Open discussion: Why Ramadan is the cure? Rotterdam: Islamic University of Applied Sciences.

Sulejmanović, D. (2018). Introduction to conformity: when, why and how we conform? Rotterdam: Islamic University of Applied Sciences.

Sulejmanović, D. (2018). Conformity between obedience and Lucifer effect. Rotterdam: Islamic University of Applied Sciences.

Sulejmanović, D. (2018). Je (ne) suis (pas) Charlie Hebdo: conformity between individualism and collectivism. Rotterdam: Islamic University of Applied Sciences.

Sulejmanović, D. (2014). The problem of suicidality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo: Faculty of Philosophy.

Sulejmanović, D. (2013). Effects of war trauma on children. Washington, D. C.: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.