Camila Espinoza Chaparro
Contract PhD candidate
Camila Espinoza Chaparro is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Education and Child Studies, Leiden University.
Camila Espinoza Chaparro in the media
Camila obtained her bachelor degree in Psychology in 2013 (University of Talca, Chile). She worked as research coordinator of two projects funded by Chilean’s National Agency of Research and Development (attachment among infants in foster care; maltreatment and attachment as predictors of PTSD among young adults).
In 2019, she completed the Research Master in Developmental Psychopathology in Leiden University. In 2020, she started her PhD project about adverse experiences in the family (e.g. disasters, COVID-19) and parental and children’s mental health.
- ANID Scholarship for master studies abroad (Government of Chile)
- ANID Scholarship for doctorate studies abroad (Government of Chile)
Emile Scriptieprijs 2019 (Institute of Education and Child Studies) and Faculty Thesis Award 2019 (Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences) for the research master project “Parenting practices, socialization goals and coparenting in bicultural families in the Netherlands” (supervisor Prof. Dr. Judi Mesman). Leiden University.
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