Eva Diniz holds a Ph.D. in Psychology (2014, UFRGS/University of Michigan) and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at UFRGS (2014-2016) and CIS/ISCTE-IUL (2016-2019).
My research interests focused through an ecological perspective on personal and social aspects related to human development in different backgrounds. Currently, I am involved with a research project examining the psychosocial determinants of father involvement and psychosocial aspects related to parenting. I also have interest in topics of inequalities in development and health.
Main 5 publications
Diniz, E., Castro, P., Bousfield, A., & Bernardes, S. (2020). Classism and dehumanization in chronic pain: A qualitative study of nurses’ inferences about women of different socio-economic status. British Journal of Health Psychology, 25, 152-170. doi:10.1111/bjhp.12399
Diniz, E., Brandão, T., & Koller, S. (2019). Attachment and social support matters: A longitudinal moderated mediation on the link between maternal depression and maternal behaviours in at-risk adolescent mothers. Early Child Development and Care, 1-13. doi:10.1080/03004430.2019.1696784
Diniz, E., Monteiro, L., Torres, N., Tereno, S., & Veríssimo, M. (2020). Toward an understanding on father involvement in divorced families. Devenir, 1-12.
Diniz, E. & Koller, S. (2018). Research on Natural Settings: Observing Adolescent Mothers and Infants throughout the First Postpartum Year. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 52, 104-115. doi:10.1007/s12124-017-9404-8
– Diniz, E., DeSousa, D., Koller, S., & Volling, B.L. (2016). Longitudinal effects of contextual and proximal factors on mother-infant interactions among Brazilian adolescent mothers. Infant Behavior and Development 43, 36-43. doi: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2016.02.002