Karine Maria Porpino Viana

Postdoctoral Fellow
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Room V04-05
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Visiting address Forskningsveien 3A 0373 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1094 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic Interests

  • Emotional development
  • Social cognition
  • Peer interaction
  • Parenting 
  • Qualitative method
  • Cross-cultural studies

Background

  • Current - Postdoctoral Fellow - Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
  • Phd in Psychology - "Impact of Children's Theory of Mind on their social interaction and cognitive performance in cooperative problem-solving tasks  - Department of Psychology, UiO  (Supervisors: Francisco Pons, Evalill Karevold and Imac Zambrana)
  • Master in Psychology - Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil, February 2008

Awards and Grants

  • 2022: Research strategic funding (PI), Department of Psychology, UiO
  • 2021: Research strategic funding (Collaborator), Department of Psychology, UiO
  • 2021: Teaching strategic funding (PI), Department of Psychology, UiO
  • 2021: UTFORSK - Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills. Coordinator of the Project: "Psychology across cultures: new horizons for teaching and research collaboration between Norway and Brazil"
  • 2011: Teaching prize, Department of Psychology, Federal University of Pernambuco - Brazil
  • 2009: Teaching prize, Department of Psychology, Federal University of Pernambuco - Brazil
  • 2004: Research award for students in Human Science, Department of Psychology, Federal University of Pernambuco - Brazil

Teaching

  • PSY1200/PSYC1220 - Introduction do Developmental Psychology (Course coordinator and lecturer)
  • PSY2206 - Cognition, emotion and language (Course coordinator and lecturer)
  • PSY3200 - Developmental Psychology
  • PSY4205 - Forebygging av psykiske vansker hos barn og unge
  • 3 PhD supervisions: Emotion development and qualitative methods
  • 6 Master supervisions: parenting, beliefs about emotions and qualitative methods
  • 2021 - Visiting professor, University of Milano, Italy
  • 2021 - Invited talk: Impact of culture on emotion understanding, Department of Education, University of Oxford
  • 2021 - Invited talk: Teacher's beliefs about emotions: does culture play a role?, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • 2020 - Visiting professor, University of Turin, Italy
  • 2019 - Invited talk: New ways of teaching: How to engage students in large group lectures. Faculty of Social Sciences, UiO.

Cooperation

  • Norway: Francisco Pons (UiO), Evalill Bølstad (UiO), Egil Nygaard (UiO), Tone Kristine Hermansen
  • Brazil: Maria Isabel Pedrosa (UFPE), Claudia Berlin (UNIFESP), Sabine Pompéia (UNIFESP), Juliana Lucena (UPE)
  • Italy: Daniela Bulgarelli (University of Torino), Veronica Ornaghi (University of Milan)
  • Russia: Aleksander Veraksa (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
  • USA: Paul Harris (Havard University)
Tags: Utviklingspsykologi, developmental psychology, emotion development, social cognition, Qualitative Methods

Publications

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  • Porpino Viana, Karine Maria; Lucena, Juliana; Zambrana, Imac Maria; Harris, Paul. L. & Pons Piulats, Francisco Maria (2022). Children's emotion understanding and cooperative problem-solving in educational settings. In Dukes, D.; Samson, A. & Walle, E. (Ed.), Handbook of Emotional Development. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780198855903. p. 566–580.
  • Viana, Karine Maria; Chams, Camilla & Pons, Francisco (2019). Development of the Representations of the Mother-Child Attachment Relationship in Western Literature from 1945-2018.
  • Viana, Karine Maria; Zambrana, Imac Maria; Karevold, Evalill Bølstad & Pons, Francisco (2019). What is Theory of Mind for? Impact of children's understanding of the mind on their social interactions and performance in cooperative problem-solving tasks.
  • Viana, Karine Maria; Zambrana, Imac Maria; Veraksa, A; Karevold, Evalill Bølstad & Pons, Francisco (2019). Attachment style and information seeking preference in young adults.

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Published Dec. 8, 2011 9:00 AM - Last modified Sep. 28, 2022 2:58 PM