IARR Member Snapshot: 

Rozzana Sánchez Aragón, PhD., Professor, Department of Psychology at National Autonomous University of Mexico

1.    How did you find yourself in the relationship research world?

Discovering a lot of wonderful and interesting people doing the same as me!

2.    What would you say has been your favorite project or series of projects to date?

A) Personally: To be independent doing my most interesting subjects of research, B) Academically: my research on romantic passion and another about the co-regulation strategies.

3.    Which project would you say generated the most interest?


4.    What is your favorite IARR conference memory?

In my first conference (Saratoga Springs) I met the “stars of the personal relationships research”, was great to play a puzzle (one part a PhD student, another part the famous researcher) in which both participants had an interesting chat about research and life for almost an hour.

5.    Who has been your research hero in the field and why?

Pat Noller -definitely-. She was -since my undergraduate studies- my inspiration and the most cited author in my first thesis.

6.    What is your best source of ideas for research?

Reading, reflections about life and intuition.


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