Adriane Rubio Roso


Associate Professor (D Class - Level 3 - Full Time tenure) at Federal University of Santa Maria - UFSM (Undergraduate\Graduate Levels). CNPq Research Productivity Fellow. (Level 2). Postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University (March 2018 to June 2019), Department of Psychology, awarded with a scholarship from The Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). Postdoctoral Studies in Communication (UFSM). PhD in Psychology (PUCRS), with a Fulbright Fellowship at Columbia University. Master in Social and Personality Psychology (PUCRS). Public Health Specialist (UFRGS/FIOCRUZ/ESP/RS) and Health Management Specialist (UFRGS). Certified in Alcohol/Drug Counseling (University of California - UCLA). Major in Psychology (UNISINOS). Leads VIDAS (LIFE) - the research, teaching and extension core in Social Clinic. Leads SMIC (HEALTH, MINORITIES AND COMMUNICATION) Research Group. Member of the Working Group Social Representations of the National Association for Research and Graduate Studies in Psychology (ANPEPP) (vice-coordinator 2015-2016). Research Fellow of The National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) (2015-2018). Research Fellow of FAPERGS (Pq Gaúcho, 2019 - ). Research areas: social psychology, public health, education and communication. Topics of interest: power relations, gender and feminism, social minorities, racism, violence, sexual/reproductive rights, (cyber) media, drug use. Perspectives: Critical Social Psychology, Critical Sociology\Anthropology, Critical Media Studies and Feminism. Theories: the Social Representation Theory, Feminist Theories and Psychoanalysis. Visit our Blog at ,


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