We do research on family relationships, love, affectivity and sexuality. Since 2010 we have been developing different longitudinal and cross-sectional projects, both in Spain and in other countries, mainly with Latin America. Currently the main lines of research are the development and the assessment of programs of Education of affectivity and sexuality, the study of healthy habits in adolescents and young people, the research on the factors of success in marriage and the research on couple therapy.
The research is developed thanks to external competitive funding, private donors and the University's own funds. In the last 10 years the group has had 5 competitive projects funded. In addition to the research projects, the team has directed more than 20 doctoral thesis and there are currently 9 thesis in preparation.
Infinity: family, love and sexuality' is a consolidated group of research which is part of IdiSNA, and integrated in the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) of the University of Navarra. Currently the group is composed of seven members, 16 internal collaborators (linked to other centers or Schools of the University) and 13 collaborators from other centers and national and international universities. With interdisciplinarity as its hallmark, the group has experts in disciplines such as Medicine, Pedagogy and Psychology.
The Institute for Culture and Society is the research center at Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Navarra. Founded in 2010, it is based on five main values: interdisciplinarity, international outreach, social impact of the research, sustainability and equity. In these years, the center has developed more than 60 interdisciplinary projects and has received funding from more than 40 public and private institutions.
The University of Navarra was founded in 1952 and unites the University of Navarra's teachingthe research, the attendance (Clínica Universidad de Navarra) and culture (Museo Universidad de Navarra). Among other recognitions, it has been rated as the most international of Spanish Universities according to the CYD ranking, is among the top 100 universities in the world in 6 areas of the QS ranking, has 7 teaching areas among the best in the world according to the Times Higher Education ranking and has obtained the HR Excellence in Research seal that accredits it as an entity committed to quality in the management of human resources at research.
Pamplona's campus is home to 14 Schools, where more than 50 Degrees (9 of them bilingual) and more than 15 double Degrees are offered.
The University of Navarra is located in Pamplona, capital of Navarra, whose basin is home to almost 350,000 inhabitants. It presents a great contrast between the modern city, which has numerous gardens and large avenues, and its old town and part of the fortification built in modern times, which is still preserved. With 26 m2 of landscaped urban areas per inhabitant, Pamplona is one of the greenest cities in Europe.
In addition to the University of Navarra, Pamplona is also home to the Public University of Navarra and the Associated Center of the National Distance University Education , making the city a university metropolis that welcomes more than 25,000 students each year. It is also an international health reference due to the recognized prestige of its public and private medical and hospital system, with the Clínica Universidad de Navarra.