Marta Badenes Sastre

Marta Badenes Sastre
University of Granada | UGR · Department of Social Psychology

General Health Psychologist and PhD student (FPU)

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Publications (9)
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SARS-CoV-2 has resulted in the mandatory isolation of the entire population, reducing the opportunities for casual sexual encounters or between partners who do not live together. However, it is plausible to assume that other forms of sexual contact like sexting are occurring. This research aimed to analyse the behaviours and motivations to engage i...
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This bibliometric study seeks to know and analyse the available scientific activity on the perception and detection of gender violence as well as in the identification as victims. An unlimited search was conducted in the Scopus database, finding 2,152 documents. Subsequently, the results were screened by reducing the documentary noise. The resu...
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Libro de capítulos del XI Congreso Internacional y XVI Nacional de Psicología Clínica
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Introduction: Hypersexual disorder is a clinical diagnosis characterised by an excessive sexual desire, together with a pathological inability to control it. It is estimated that this clinical diagnosis could affect about 6% of the total population, although this figure varies according to the instrument used for its diagnosis. One of the most impo...

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Projects (3)
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Examinar diferentes manifestaciones de violencia contra las mujeres y las consecuencias para su bienestar psicosocial.
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A Spanish project funded by the University of Granada. The general objective of this project is to build a computer system capable of objectively detecting basic emotions (happiness, sadness, fear and anger), by recording physiological signals with various wearable devices, such as EEG.
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Violencia de Género en la era digital: ¿Las Nuevas Tecnologías de la Comunicación y la Información (TICs) empoderan o someten a la mujer?”