I received in 2011 a Bachelor’s Science degree in Biological and Life Sciences from Moulay Ismaïl University Meknes, and in 2014 a Master’s degree in Neuroscience and Biotechnology from Abdelmalek Essaâdi University; Faculty of Science of Tetouan, Morocco. I am interested in studying personality profiles coupled to criminal behaviour.
My current research topic is based on the MeSHe project and focuses on addiction and aggression in the sample of Moroccan prison inmates. Other professional interests of mine include smartphone attachment issues, logistics and transportation. Read my doctoral thesis here
- Sfendla A, Zouini B, Dina Lemrani D, Berman A, Senhaji M, Kerekes N (2017). Psychometric Properties of the Arabic Version of the Drug Use Disorders Identification Test (DUDIT) in Clinical, Prison Inmate, and Student Samples. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 1–8. doi: 10.1007/s12529-016-9623-2
Papers in Paparations
- Sfendla A, El Emrani L, Senhaji M.
“Health Related Quality of Life in the Moroccan general population: reliability and validity of the DUKE Arabic version.”
- Ed-dra A, Rhazi Filali F, EL Allaoui A., Sfendla A.
“Prevalence of Clostridium perfringens in sausages sold in Meknes city, Morocco.”
Abdelmalek Essaadi University
Sciences Faculty of Tetouan
Ph.D in Biology, Neuroscience