Olalla Cutrín is a PhD student at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), Spain. She is currently a research fellow in the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychobiology in the predoctoral program of Xunta de Galicia. Since she began in the field of research in 2013, she has published several articles in national and international journals as main author and co-author (e.g., Psicothema, The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, Journal of Child and Family Studies, Personality and Individual Differences). Her short scientific production has been presented in many national and international congresses. Since 2015, she has been a member of UDIPRE "Research Unit on Prevention and Treatment of Behavior Problems" at USC. As a member of this group she has collaborated on several projects within the field of juvenile justice and behavioral problems in different cultural contexts (e.g., Spanish, Peruvian). Within her predoctoral training, her main research line is focused on the study of the influence of parental skills on behavioral problems in adolescence, analyzing specifically the mediation of having antisocial friends in this relationship.
University of Santiago de Compostela