Bullying, Cyberbullying, Adolescents
Esperanza Espino is Assistant Professor of Psychology at Loyola University. She holds a degree in Education from the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain) and specialised in Educational Psychology. She started her research career by doing her doctoral studies at the same institution, where she completed a PhD in Psychology. Her line of research is to understand the conditions under which bullying and cyberbullying, or their consequences, are more severe among those adolescents and youth involved (e.g., poly-involvement, stability or situations of vulnerability). Part of her research were carried out during research stays at Università di Bologna (Italy), Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal) and University of Greenwich (UK).
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