Blandina Bernal-Morales

Universidad Veracruzana

Dr. Blandina Bernal-Morales was born in Xalapa, México, 1971. She received a degree in Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Universidad Veracruzana, México. She obtained an MSci in Neuroethology from the same university, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). She is a researcher in the neuropharmacology lab of the Institute of Neuroethology at the Universidad Veracruzana and teaches pre-and postgraduate students. Dr. Bernal-Morales’ preclinical and human research concerns stress, academic performance, and experimental pharmacology related to anxiety and depression in infancy and adulthood. She has directed theses and is the author and co-author of original papers about stress, behavioral neuroscience, scientific divulgation, and education.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the fields of health and education have been extensively revisited worldwide. This book addresses the importance of wellbeing in education. Health and Academic Achievement - New Findings provides recent reflections on the quality of informal learning environments in preschool-aged children, the acceptance of employing online education professionals, the mental health of teachers and students, and the challenges posed by current teaching and learning strategies during COVID-19. This book focuses on human behavior in health and education and will be of interest to readers in fields ranging from biology to sociology as well as readers interested in wellbeing and mental health.

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