Bliuc, Ana-Maria


  • Senior Lecturer (Teaching and Research), Psychology
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Ana-Maria Bliuc is a social and political psychologist who joined Psychology at the University of Dundee in 2019. She has a PhD in Psychology from the Australian National University, and prior to her current appointment she held academic positions in Australia at Western Sydney University (2016-2019), Monash University (2012-2016), and the University of Sydney (2006-2012). 



Her research examines how people’s social identities influence their behaviour in a range of contexts including health, environmental (climate change), and socio-political (collective action and social change). More recently, she has focused on research on online communities looking at how collective identities and behaviours are shaped through online interactions. This research has been conducted in online political communities (mostly far-right and white supremacist) and online health communities (recovery from addiction). 


Current Topics in Social and Political Psychology - 4th year module (Semester1, 2020)

Education/Academic qualification

PGCert THE, University of Sydney

Award Date: 1 Apr 2012

Doctor of Philosophy, Australian National University

Award Date: 1 Jul 2004

Master of Research, Al. I. Cuza University

Award Date: 1 Jul 2000

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Al. I. Cuza University


  • BF Psychology
  • social identity
  • collective action
  • social change
  • online communities
  • intergroup conflict


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