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Amanda Blanco Carranza


Department of Psychology and Sociology
Psychology


Education

B.S. in Psychology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
M.A. University of British Columbia
M.S. Psicología General Sanitaria, Universidad Europea de Madrid

Practice Areas

  • Clinical Psychology

Research Interests

  • Clinical Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Attachment theory

Publications and Media Placements

Blanco Carranza, A. (2013). Non-suicidal self-injury in unidirectional and bidirectional intimate partner violence (tesis de maestría) University of British Columbia, Kelowna, Canada.

Conference/Presentation

Blanco Carranza, A., Langille, J.I., & Walsh, Z. (2013). Non-suicidal self-injury in victims and perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Poster. Canadian Psychology Association. Quebec.

Peters, L.R., Langille, J.I., Blanco Carranza, A., Okano, M., & Walsh, Z. (2013). Bidirectional Versus Unidirectional Intimate Partner Violence: The Roles of Personality and Psychopathy. Poster. American Psychology-Law society. Portland.

Blanco Carranza, A., Walsh, Z., & Swogger, M. T. (2012). Self-directed violence and IPV perpetration: the roles of psychopathy and emotion dysregulation. Poster. Conference: "Intimate Partner Violence: Innovations in the Field”. New York.