ABC Intervention | Pablo Carrera
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Pablo Carrera, Ph.D, is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up Lab at the University of Delaware. He received his doctoral degree in Psychology from the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain), where he also did his bachelor and master’s degree. His Ph.D focused on the psychological development of children in foster care and on the consequences of early adversity on cognitive and socio-emotional development. He has also participated in research projects on the development of post-institutionalized adopted children in Spain. Currently he is a supervisor on the ABC dissemination team and is interested in implementation aspects of the ABC intervention, particularly on how best to adapt evidence-based interventions to diverse cultural and international contexts. He holds a position as board member at the Early Researchers Union of the European Association of Developmental Psychology.