F. (Fakhra) Jabeen


My PhD is in Artificial Intelligence, and I studied different human behaviors using computational modeling. My main area of study was negative behaviors: i.e., aggression and narcissism while focusing on social media. Other than mathematical analysis, I used machine learning and data analytics to validate the designed models. By the model validation, I was also able to explain the deviations of the predicted behaviors. Moreover, I used predictive techniques to predict these behaviors on social media. I also tried to see the effects of providing support by setting an experiment to see how a chatbot can regulate the behaviors of people facing anger or anxiety.

I am open to talking about my learning experiences, and I look forward to excelling more and collaborating with other researchers.


My main area of research is the safety culture in hospitals. I would be mainly working with organizational learning in moving towards a ‘just culture’. We are designing an artificially intelligent coach that would be able to interact with users and will try to guide an organization in a suggestive manner to change the behaviors of individuals within an organization.

  1. Fakhra Jabeen, Charlotte Gerritsen, Jan Treur (October 2020). “Healing the Next Generation: An Adaptive Agent Model for the Effects of Parental Narcissism”, Journal of Brain Informatics, 8(4), pp. 1-20.
  2. Fakhra Jabeen, Charlotte Gerritsen, Jan Treur (October 2020). “Narcissism and Fame: A Complex Network Model for the Adaptive Interaction of Digital Narcissism and Online Popularity”, Applied Network Science 5(84), pp. 1-31.
  3. Jabeen, F., Hirzalla, N. A., Maaiveld, T. M., Gerritsen, C., & Treur, J. (April 2020).” Victim no more: a temporal-causal analysis of how a mediator can help out a bullying victim”. Journal of Information and Telecommunication, 4(2), pp. 229–250.
  4. Fakhra Jabeen, Jan Treur, Charlotte Gerritsen (August 2020), “From Victim to Survivor: A Multi-layered Adaptive Mental Network Model of a Bully Victim” In: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing. ICAISC 2020, Poland. Lecture Notes in Computer Science,  vol 12415, pp. 679-689. Springer, Cham.
  5. Jabeen, F., Gerritsen, C., & Treur, J. (September 2020). “Are We Producing Narci-nials? An Adaptive Agent Model for Parental Influence”. In: Proceedings of the 13th  International Conference on Brain Informatics. BI 2020, Italy. Lecture Notes in Computer Science,  volume 12241, pp. 16-28. Springer Cham.
  6. Jabeen, F., Gerritsen, C., & Treur, J. (November 2019). “I Ain’t Like You’ A Complex Network Model of Digital Narcissism”. In: Proceedings of the  8th  International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications VIII, Complex Networks 2019, Portugal. Studies in Computational Intelligence, vol 882, pp 337-349. Springer, Cham.
  7. Jabeen, F., Treur, J., & Gerritsen, C. (October 2019). “Learning to Explain Anger: An Adaptive Humanoid-Agent for Cyber-Aggression”. In: Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Principles and Practice of Multi-Agent Systems, PRIMA 2019, Italy. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11873, pp. 559-567. Springer, Cham.

Fakhra Jabeen

Postdoc Researcher

Values, Technology and Innovation

Safety and Security Science

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Research interests
Design for values
Management of responsible innovation
Modeling Human Behaviors or causal behaviors
Just Culture
Safety Culture in a hospital environment

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