Joana Costa (MSc, Senior Lecturer) is a Business Psychologist with an MSc in Organisational Psychology (with honours) by the University of Manchester’s Alliance Manchester Business School and a BA in Psychology by the Catholic University of Portugal. She is a Registered Graduate Member and Assistant Test User in Occupational Test Administration (Ability & Personality) by the British Psychological Society. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology at the University of Saint Joseph and her research interests include organisational behaviour, development, and communication, as well as organisational attractiveness and employer branding.
Presentations & Scientific Posters:
- Co-author of the scientific poster "Life Values and Creativity in Future Psychologists and Managers", presented at the "International Psychologist Applications Conference and Trends" (April 2016)
- Main author and presenter of the research project "Cyberbullying, academic performance and self-destructing behaviour in portuguese college students", presented at the "XXII Encontro da Adolescência" (March 2015)
- Co-author of the scientific poster "The psychological roots of family", presented at the international conference “Família e Psicologia: Contributos para a investigação e intervenção” (May 2013)