ABC Intervention | Pablo Carrera
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Pablo Carrera is a doctoral student at the Psychology Doctorate Program at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain). He received his degree in Psychology from the same University in 2014. His research focuses on the psychological development of children in foster care and on the consequences of early adversity on development, especially on factors with a potential mediator role between early adversity and outcomes such as executive functions, social cognition, or attachment. In 2018, Pablo did a three-month research stay as a visiting scholar at the Infant & Caregiver Project Lab to learn from the Attachment & Biobehavioral Catch-up intervention. Since then, he has fruitfully maintained a collaboration as an In-The-Moment (ITM) supervisor on ABC.He also holds a position as board member at the Early Researchers Union of the European Association of Developmental Psychology.