Noelia Muñoz-Fernández

Noelia Muñoz-Fernández
Universidad Loyola Andalucía · Departamento de Psicología

Phd Psychology

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Introduction
Profesora Contratada Doctora en el Departamento de Psicología (Universidad Loyola Andalucía). Trabajo en la prevención de la violencia interpersonal en la adolescencia, especialmente en los fenómenos de dating violence, cyberdating violence y sexual harassment.

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The effect of cyber dating victimization on adolescents’ adjustment is understudied. The present study aimed to analyze the impact of cyber dating victimization on antisocial behavior, anxious depressive symptoms, and stress management according to their frequency and stability over time. In the study, 453 Spanish students aged between 12 and 19 ye...
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Introduction Understanding the specific risk profile for distinct forms of dating aggression (DA) is very informative to define cross-cutting interventions. The study aims to evaluate whether specific profiles of risk defined using a person-oriented approach predicted physical, sexual, and psychological DA after 6 months. Methods Eight hundred six...
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This study investigated adolescents’ understanding of cyber dating aggression in terms of frequency and aggressiveness: how prevalent they perceived cyber dating aggression among adolescents and how aggressive they perceived such behaviors to be. To do so, different WhatsApp scenarios were presented to adolescents, controlling for the typology of c...
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https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/The+Wiley+Blackwell+Handbook+of+Bullying%3A+A+Comprehensive+and+International+Review+of+Research+and+Intervention%2C+2+Volume+Set-p-9781118482728
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This research aimed to explore the interplay of sexism and moral disengagement (MD) in the explanation of psychological and physical dating aggression. The sample comprised 1113 Spanish adolescents (49.2% girls, n = 552) between the ages of 12 to 17 (M = 14.44). A latent profile analysis conducted with sub-sample of 432 adolescents with sentimental...
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The global outbreak of COVID-19 has brought changes in adolescents’ daily routines, restrictions to in-person interactions, and serious concerns about the situation. The purpose of this study was to explore COVID-19-related concerns, daily routines, and online peer activities during the confinement period according to sex and age groups. Additional...
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Objective This study shows the psychometric characteristics and factor structure of the Spanish adaptation to a clinical population of an instrument for measuring anxious worry, the Anxious Thought Inventory (AnTI). Method Participants were 731 adults treated at a community mental Health Center in Spain with different clinical diagnoses. Results...
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This chapter analyses the impact that new technologies have on adolescents’ social relationships and, specifically, on their peer and first romantic partner relations. Despite being an emerging topic in the literature, new technologies have shown to play a vital role in young people’s early romantic relationships (Fox & Warber, 2012; Subrahmanyam &...
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This study examined the prevalence of cyber-aggression in Spanish adolescent couples as well as the common and differential predictors for cyber-aggression and psychological aggression using a short-term longitudinal study. Over a 6-month period, six hundred and thirty-two (632) Spanish adolescents with romantic relationship experience from seven s...
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ESTE CAPÍTULO ANALIZA LA DEFINICIÓN DE LA VIOLENCIA SEXUAL EN LA ADOLESCENCIA, SU PREVALENCIA, LOS FACTORES DE RIESGO Y PROTECCIÓN CONTEXTUALES E INDIVIDUALES, Y CONCLUYE CON UN ANÁLISIS DE LA PREVENCIÓN E INTERVENCIÓN DESDE LA EVIDENCIA CIENTÍFICA, DIFERENCIANDO ENTRE PROGRAMAS DE PREVENCIÓN UNIVERSALES, SELECTIVOS E INDICADOS
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Background: The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of the school-based "Dat-e Adolescence" prevention program in the reduction of dating aggression and victimization and bullying in adolescents. Method: a RCT design with three waves (pre-test, post-test and follow-up six months apart) and two groups (an experimental group and a control gr...
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This study presents the first evaluation of Dat-e Adolescence, a dating violence prevention program aimed at adolescents in Spain. A cluster randomized control trial was used involving two groups (a control group and experimental group) and two waves (pre-test and post-test six months apart). 1,764 students from across seven state high schools in A...
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Background/Objective: The study of sexual cyberbehaviour in adolescence has received much attention in recent years, because of the risks associated with exposure to pornography, unwanted sexual solicitations, and gender-based sexual harassment. The prevalence of this phenomenon varies from study to study due to a lack of consensus around how to de...
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Recent studies suggest that the online and offline behaviors young people display in romantic relationships are closely related. However, the differential effects of the dimensions of couple quality in the online context have not yet been explored in depth. The aim of this study was to explore online couple quality in young-adult relationships, and...
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The development of validated measures of dating aggression throughout Social Network Sites and instant messages is still scarce. The aim of this study was to analyze the measurement invariance of an instrument to assess online control, intrusiveness and jealousy among adolescent couples in Spain and México. Participants were 530 adolescents with ro...
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The development of valid measures of adolescent dating aggression through social network sites and instant messages is still scarce. The aim of this study was to analyze the measurement invariance of an instrument assessing online control, intrusiveness and jealousy among adolescent couples in Spain and Mexico. Participants were 530 adolescents wit...
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Resumen: Las TIC han revolucionado los ecosistemas relacionales humanos, especialmente entre los adolescentes. Partiendo del modelo de la Co-construcción entre los contextos online y offline, es de esperar que adolescentes y jóvenes expresen en ambos escenarios las tareas del desarrollo propias de su etapa evolutiva, como la sexualidad y el inicio...
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Spanish Adaptation of the Neuropsychological Assessment Battery for Children and Adolescents NEPSY-II (Korkman et al.). Member of the Experts Panel. Pearson Educación, 2014.
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The new technologies have changed the way people interact with each other, especially among adolescents. The co-construction model stress that online and offline context are connected, so adolescents express the tasks and issues of their age, as sexuality and romantic relationships, in both contexts. These developmental tasks are an important sourc...
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The current study aims to analyze the impact of online and conventional couple quality on the explanation of dating aggression in Spain and Italy. 312 Italian and 430 Spanish university students participated in the study. Logistic regression analysis showed that conflicts increased the likelihood to be involved in psychological and physical aggress...
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Se describe la experiencia que un grupo de profesores noveles ha tenido con la participacion activa en el Programa de Formacion del Profesorado Novel (PFPN) impartido por el Instituto de Ciencias de la Educacion (ICE) de la Universidad de Sevilla en el curso 2009-10. Con objeto de mejorar la actuacion docente, se siguieron tres pasos: (1) analisis...

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I want to analyze the efficacy of an intervention. The intervention is a cluster randomized control trial and we are comparing two waves (pretest vs. posttest). We have also two groups (experimental vs control group). I found that the basic formula is that ICC = between variance/between variance+whitin variance; However, I think that this formula doesn't consider that I have two time points. I found another formula in Kärna et al. (2011)' paper (see link below), where ICC is variance between cluster / variance between waves of measurement + variance between cluster + variance between individuals. I have two questions:
1. What do you think about Kärna et al. (2011)` formula? And if you think that it is ok, then, How I can compute the different variances?
2. If you consider that the formula proposed by Kärna et al. (2011) is not appropriate, How would you compute ICC in my case?
Thank you in advance!!!
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I'm obtaining CFI = .82 (using MPLUS) and CFI=.96 (using LISREL); in both cases, I have employed MLR to estimate my model. Why does the value of CFI, using a CFA, vary from LISREL to MPLUS?

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Objetivo 1) Testar un modelo explicativo que determine la relevancia de factores socioemocional, morales, y cognitivos, así como del grupo de iguales, en la toma de decisiones morales de los espectadores en situaciones de acoso sexual en la adolescencia. Objetivo 2) Diseñar, implementar y evaluar la eficacia de la Realidad Virtual como herramienta de sensibilización de los espectadores de acoso sexual en los procesos de toma de decisiones morales en la adolescencia. Financiado por: Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (España)
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This project aims to respond to adolescent sexual harassment in Spain, designing, implementing, and assessing the efficacy of a sexual harassment prevention programme (VIRTUAL-PRO). VIRTUAL-PRO will include virtual reality as a tool to test if it encourages empathy, sensitivity, actives attitudes towards victims, and reduces aggressive behaviour. Funded by: Fundación La Caixa. http://virtualpro.es/
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Este proyecto cuenta con dos objetivos generales. El primero, testar un modelo explicativo de la violencia interpersonal en la adolescencia basado en factores individuales socioemocionales, y en la red de iguales. El segundo, diseñar, implementar y evaluar la eficacia de un programa psicoeducativo comprensivo contra la violencia interpersonal en la adolescencia (programa PREVENT). Financiado por: Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (España)