Mariana Martins

Mariana Martins
PhD Student
Social Development Team

Mariana Costa Martins is a Ph.D. student in Developmental Psychology. She holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at ISPA. She has a variety of research interests and publications, but her main research interests are related to attachment relationships and their impact on social emotional development, namely in constructs such as sympathy and guilt. She is interested in understanding how different parent-child attachment relationships, may influence the social-emotional development in pe-school children. 

Supervised at WJCR by: Manuela Veríssimo

Main publications

Costa Martins, M. & Delgado, L. (2019). Rainha Victoria, mãe de todos, mãe de ninguém. Revista Portuguesa de Psicossomática,1(4), 73-81. ISSN: 2183-9344
Gomes, A., Costa Martins, M., Farinha, M., Silva, B., Ferreira, E., Castro Caldas, A., & Brandão, T. (2020). Bullying’s negative effect on academic achievement. International Journal of Educational Psychology, 9(3), 243-268. doi: 10.17583/ijep.2020.4812