Andrea Correa-Chica is a researcher for the Department of Social Psychology, Basic Psychology and Methodology at the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Her research interests focus on analysing: political participation, political attitudes, and intergroup relations. Her research using qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis techniques has been published in journals such as Psychologica Belgica (The Role of Psychology in Media During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-National Study), Political Psychology (The FARC in Colombia: Collective Reintegration and Social Identity Transformation), and Frontiers in Psychology (Emotion regulation and attitudes toward conflict in Colombia: effects of reappraisal training on negative emotions and support for conciliatory and aggressive statements). She has also co-authored book chapters published in Human Rights Violations in Latin America (2022), Political psychology in Latin America (2021) and Children and Peace from Research to Action (2020).
Her current research interests include political action, intergroup emotions and populism.