PH. D. STUDENT
Laura Blanco

Laura Blanco is a Research Assistant in the MULTIPREV project and a doctoral candidate at UNED. She received her degree from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 2019, where she specialized in Forensic and Penitentiary Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Methodology applied to Health and Behavioural Sciences at UNED in 2022.

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In press

Gómez, Á., Vázquez, A., Chinchilla, J., Blanco, L., Alba, B., Chiclana, S., & González-Álvarez, J. L. (in press). Why it is so difficult to investigate violent radicalization? Spanish Journal of Psychology.