Marta Badenes Sastre


I am general health psychologist and PhD student in Psychology in the Department of Social Psychology at the University of Granada with a contract granted by the Ministry of Universities of Spain. My research focuses on the study of attitudinal and perceptual variables regarding intimate partner violence against women and its influence on decision-making in victims, general population and health professionals who care for victims.

Main interests

  • Relationships and intimate partner violence against women
  • Attitudes, perceived severity, risk assessment and decision making regarding intimate partner violence against women by different actors
  • Response and intervention in cases of gender violence


Training and professional career

2018 - Currently

PhD student

University of Granada

2020 - 2021

Master 's Degree in Teaching Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching

University of Granada

2015 - 2017

Master 's Degree in General Health Psychology

University Jaume I de Castellón

2011 - 2015

Degree in Psychology

University Jaume I de Castellón



Badenes-Sastre, M., Beltrán-Morillas, A. M., & Expósito, F. (2023). Absence versus presence of intimate partner violence in a sample of Spanish women: Conflict resolution strategies and associated variables. Violence Against Women, 1-22.


Garrido-Macías, M., Villanueva-Moya, L., Alonso-Ferres, M., Sánchez-Hernández, M. D., Badenes-Sastre, M., Beltrán-Morillas, A.M., Herrera-Enríquez, A., Herrera-Enríquez, M. C., & Expósito, F. (2021). Sexting among Spanish during Confinement: Prevalence, Motivations and Predictor Variables. Studies in Psychology

Badenes-Sastre, M., & Expósito, F. (2021). Perception and Detection of Gender Violence, and Identification as Victims: A Bibliometric Study. Annals of Psychology, 37, 341-351.