National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad

Dr. Muhammad Ajmal

Centre of Excellence, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad




Contact & Postal Address

Dr. Aisha Zubair

Assistant Professor


Phone: +92(51)90644022 Fax: +92 (51) 2896012


Room No. 48, National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University (New Campus) shahadra road (off main Murre road) Islamabad, (Pakistan) Post code 44000

Professional Interests

Social and Gender Related Issues, Positive psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Teaching and Supervision


Level Course Title (Code) Session No. of Students
M.Sc Research Methods (PY-317) 2010-2012 42

M.Sc Research

Name Session Dissertation Title
Hina Samreen Fall, 2010 Belief in personal control and death anxiety among police personnel
Nadia Hameed Fall, 2010 Effect of photographic framing on perceptions of social protest
Sumra Arif Fall, 2010 Innovative work behavior and communication climate among employees of Advertising agencies
Amira Basharat Fall, 2010 Psychological distress and coping strategies among families of missing persons

M.Sc Internship

1. Samavia Khalid
2. Maryam Riaz
3. Amna malik


Conference Presentations (International)

Paper Presented in 3rd International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection organized by Department of Psychology, Padua University, Italy (28th - 31st July, 2010).

Conference Presentations (National)

1. Hameed, N., & Zubair, A. (2011). Effects of photographic framing on perceptions of social protest.
FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 5 (1), 73-87
2. Hassan, Z., Tahir, S., & Zubair, A. (2010). Relationship between affect intensity and personality
traits among university students. Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 41 (2), 59-74.
3. Siddiqua, M., Tahir, S., & Zubair, A. (2010). Emotional Problems in adolescents with mild
mental retardation. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 4 (1), 63-72
4. Zubair, A., & Tahir, S. (2010). Students’ ahievement in individualistic, competitive, and
cooperative settings and their emotive perceptions for each setting. Pakistan Journal of
Clinical Psychology,9
 (2), 23-36
5. Zubair, A. (2009). Development of scale for measuring attitudes of visually handicapped
towards community. Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research, 24 (3-4), 115-126.