Our Team


Research Team IASED

Rosario del Rey Alamillo

Rosario Del Rey is a permanent professor of the Developmental and Educational Psychology Department in the University of Seville. Currently, she is co-president of the International Observatory of Violence in Schools. In her extensive career, she has oriented her research work to the analysis and improvement of school coexistence problems, particularly bullying and cyberbullying, as well as sexting. She has been the author of a large number of books, magazine articles and scientific/informative publications. Throughout her career, she has also intervened in different events of recognized international prestige. In addition, she participates actively in different regional, state and international research projects related to these topics. 

E-mail: delrey@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0002-1907-5489    ResearcherID Profile: L-8689-2013

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Rosario_Del_Rey



Virginia Sánchez

Virginia Sánchez-Jiménez is a permanent professor of the Developmental and Educational Psychology Department in the University of Seville and one of the coordinators of Master in Educational Psychology of this university. She has oriented her research task to the analysis of bullying, sexual violence between equals and violence in teenage couples. In this line, she has been the author of many books, magazine articles and scientific/informative publications. Throughout her career, she has also intervened in different events of recognized international prestige. Currently, she participates actively in different regional, state and international research projects related to these topics.  

E-mail: virsan@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0001-7394-9311

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Virginia_Sanchez5



Joaquín Antonio Mora

Joaquín A. Mora-Merchán is a permanent professor of the Evolutionary and Educational Psychology Department in the University of Seville. He has oriented his research task to the analysis and improvement of school violence problems, particularly bullying and cyberbullying, from the individual concern until the implication of the different educational institutions. In this line, he has been the author of many books, magazine articles and scientific/informative publications. Moreover, throughout his career, he has also intervened in different events of recognized international prestige. Currently, he participates actively as a consultant in different regional, state and international research projects related to these topics.

 E-mail: merchan@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0002-8558-6965    ResearcherID Profile: B-5215-2011

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Joaquin_Mora-Merchan



Francisco Javier Ortega

Javier Ortega-Rivera is a professor of the Developmental and Educational Psychology Department in the University of Seville. He has oriented her research task to the analysis of the sociocognitive processes of boys and girls directly involved in problems of violence between equals and sexual violence in the first sentimental relationships. He has participated in different national and international projects, resulting in the elaboration of many scientific and informative publications.

E-mail: javortega@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0001-7670-4926

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Javier_Ortega-Rivera



Paz Elipe Muñoz 


Paz Elipe is a professor of the Psychology Department in the University of Jaén. Her research career has been focused on the emotional impact of the bullying and cyberbullying phenomena and, recently, on the study of bullying and cyberbullying towards sexual and gender minorities (LGBTQ+). Currently, she participates actively in various international, national and regional research projects related to the aforementioned topics. Her work has been published in international and national magazines of recognized prestige, as well as in book chapters.

E-mail: mpelipe@ujaen.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0001-5210-3747

Researchgate Profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paz_Elipe



Lydia Nacimiento Rodríguez

Lydia Nacimiento is a teacher of Therapeutic Pedagogy and Doctor in Psychology. Her research focus is the study of bullying and cyberbullying, specifically the analysis of coping strategies developed by those involved in this phenomena. In addition, she participates in different research projects that include the design and implementation of prevention programs focused on the improvement of the school life.

E-mail: lydianacimientor@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0001-8469-1627

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Lydia_Nacimiento



Noelia Muñoz Fernández

Noelia Muñoz-Fernández is a professor of the Psychology Department in the University of Loyola. Her research task is oriented to the study of couple relationships among teenagers and emerging adults, analyzing particularly the phenomena of the dating violence and the cyber-dating. Currently, she takes part in different research projects focused on the prevention of violence among young couples. 

E-mail: Nmunoz@uloyola.es 

ORCID Profile: 0000-0002-1435-8404

Researchgate Profile: www.researchgate.net/profile/Noelia_Munoz-Fernandez



Mónica Ojeda Pérez


Mónica Ojeda Pérez

Mónica Ojeda is a predoctoral researcher of the University Teacher Training Program Fellow-FPU of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities developed by the Government of Spain. She belongs to the Psychology Department in the University of Seville. Her research task focuses on the analysis of the sexting phenomenon as an emerging risk in the social life of adolescents and the study of the factors associated to this phenomenon. In addition, she has participated in national, regional and local research projects of bullying, cyberbullying, truancy and associated factors.

E-mail: monicaojeda@us.es

ORCID Profile: 0000-0001-6056-8595

Researchgate Profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Monica_Ojeda_Perez



Mª Luisa Rodríguez de Arriba


M. Luisa Rodríguez is a predoctoral researcher of the Training Program for Research Personnel Fellow-FPI of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities developed by the Government of Spain. She belongs to the Developmental and Educational Psychology Department in the University of Seville. Her research line focuses on the understanding and prevention of the violence present in adolescent relationships both, face to face and online. In addition, she has previously participated in some national research projects around the same line.

E-mail: mrodriguez76@us.es



Esperanza Espino Peñate


Esperanza Espino is a predoctoral researcher of the University Teacher Training Program Fellow-FPU of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities developed by the Government of Spain. She belongs to the Developmental and Educational Psychology Department of the Faculty of Psychology in the University of Seville. Her research line focuses on the understanding of the keys for the detection, prevention and intervention of the processes of victimization related to bullying and cyberbullying phenomena. 

E-mail: eespino@us.es



Collaborations

Sabina Zidanšek is a Psychologist with a Master Degree from the University of Ljubljana, (Slovenia) and Master Study Exchange at University of Lisbon, Portugal. She is collaborating with IASED as an Assistant of the project Preventing bullying and violence among minors in Slovenia supported by the European Commission's Structural Reform Support Service (SRSS). Her previous work experience includes working in the area of youth and human resources, focused on research and project management.  

 

Paula Domínguez Alarcón  is a Psychologist with a Master in Family Intervention and Mediation. She has worked in various projects of the Department of Evolutionary and Educational Psychology and, currently, she collaborates with IASED in the Project for the Prevention of Interpersonal Violence in Adolescence: a New Generation of Evidence-Based Interventions (PSI2017-86723-R), funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Spain).

 

 

Neus Sanjuan Blanquer is an Early Childhood Teacher specialized in English with a Master Degree in Educational Psychology: Advances in Psychoeducational Intervention and Special Educational Needs. She has collaborated with IASED as a  research staff and technical support for R & D & I, within the framework of the National Youth Guarantee System and the Operational Program for Youth Employment.