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Dr Francesc Xavier Bornas Agustí

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Dr Francesc Xavier Bornas Agustí
Full Professor
Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment and Treatment
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    Dr Francesc Xavier Bornas Agustí

    personal.uib.eu/xavier.bornas

    Curriculum

    Brief CV

    The conceptual framework for my current research is the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Theory. Adolescent anxiety is the psychological focus of my research. Specifically we investigate (a) the trajectories of the anxious symptomatology along the early adolescence (11 to 14 years-old students), (b) the relationships between these trajectories and some temperamental traits (e.g. sensitivity to punishment), (c) the dynamical characteristics of the cardiac signals from adolsecents with high versus low anxiety, and (d) the fluctuations in mood, anxiety, and emotion regulation strategies along time windows of different length (up to 100 days). This research is currently funded by the project PSI2012-34780 from the Spanish National R+D+i Plan.

    Teaching

    Office Hours

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    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    11248 - Introduction to Neurodynamics

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11248 - Introduction to Neurodynamics
    11254 - Master's Thesis
    11585 - Scientific Foundations in Health Psychology
    11587 - Assessment and Diagnosis in Health Psychology: Associated Psychosocial Mode
    11590 - Intervention in Health Psychology: Associated Psychological Levels and Fact
    • Master's in General Health Psychology2016-17
    21313 - Psychological Intervention Techniques
    21369 - Cognitive Therapies
    21372 - Medicine, Chaos and Dynamical Systems

    Research

    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Cognitive Affective Neuroscience & Clinical Psychology (CANCLIP) Member
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