Fernanda Chardulo Dias De Andrade

Fernanda Chardulo Dias De Andrade



I am a first-year PhD student in the social psychology program, and I work with Dr. Rick Hoyle. Broadly, I am interested in the relationship between identity and self-regulation. More specifically, I am interested in how salient and valued identities influence people's valuing and pursuit of health goals.
Before coming to Duke, I earned a master’s degree in experimental psychology from Towson University in Maryland. There, I researched the role of individual differences in how people respond to threats to self-esteem, including physical appearance comparisons, negative academic feedback, and social rejection.

T Buckingham, J, Lam, TA, Andrade, FC, Boring, BL, and Emery, D. "Reducing contingent self-worth: A defensive response to self-threats." The Journal of Social Psychology (April 10, 2018): 1-15. Full Text

Brace, AM, De Andrade, FC, and Finkelstein, B. "Assessing the effectiveness of nutrition interventions implemented among US college students to promote healthy behaviors: A systematic review." Nutrition and Health (January 2018): 260106018785528-null. Full Text