|2016-2017|| Associate Lecturer- Department of Social Psychology, the Open University (East Midlands, UK)
Associate Faculty Member- Leeds University Business School (UK)
|2015-2016|| Teaching and Research Fellow- Department of Social Psychology, Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France).
Expert consultant for the cabinet d'études Sens et Idées (Lyon), investigating health and wellbeing in the workplace.
|2014-2015||Research Associate- Social Psychology Research Group (EA 4163), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France). Project: assessing the perceived impact of initiatives to decrease mental health stigma. PI: M. Préau.|
|2011-2015||Ph.D. and Teaching fellow- Social Psychology Research Group (EA 4163), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France).|
|2010-2011|| Research Assistant- Social Psychology Research Group (EA 4163), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France).
Project: The psychophysiological influence of the type of communication on interpersonal trust. PIs: A. Antonietti and G. Riva.
Expert consultant- TEDDY network (Task-force in Europe for Drug Development for the Young). Project: "A spoonful of info helps the medicine go down", creation of videos promoting children’s pharmacological awareness. PI: M. Felisi. Videos
|2008-2009||Research Assistant- AVIS (Association of Italian Volunteers for Blood Donation) and SPAEE (Laboratory of psychology of development and education), Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milan, Italy). Project: "Open your eyes, make the difference!"; creation of cooperative games for children (10-13 year old) to be used in programs to develop solidarity. PI: A. Antonietti.|
|2011-2015||Ph.D.in Social Psychology, Social Psychology Research Group (EA 4163), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France). Titre: Persuasion by Vicarious Experience: experimental modelling of the influence of health-promotional messages. Supervisors: F. Martinez and N. Kalampalikis. Grade: with the highest honours|
|2010-2011||MSc "Social representations and transmissions", Social Psychology Research Group (EA 4163), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France). Final experimental thesis (in French): "How to Increase Participation of Healthy Volunteers in Clinical Trials? The effect of message-framing and personal involvement on individuals’ attitudes towards clinical trials". Supervisor : F. Martinez (MCF). Grade: with the highest honours.|
|2008-2010||MSc "Psychology of Development and Communication", Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan (Italy). Final experimental thesis (in English): "Communication and Trust. How narrative style and interaction influence the perception of partner's reliability in a Financial Game". Supervisor: A. Antonietti. Grade: with highest honours (110/110 summa cum laude)|
|2005-2008||BSc "Psychological Science and Technologies". Final thesis (in Italian): "Cooperative strategies and Games Theory: an educational project to promote solidarity". Supervisor: A. Antonietti|
The Open University (UK)
Associate Lecturer for the module "Investigating Psychology" (3rd year BSc); supervision of the personal research project of 15 students.
Leeds University Business School (UK)
Supervision of the research project of two students for the MSc in "Data Analytics and Decision Research"
Université Lumière Lyon 2 (France)
Lectures and tutorials for the BSc in Psychology on the following topics: applied social psychology, social influence and gender differences, group dynamics, research methods, introduction to social psychology.
Lectures and tutorials for the MSc in Social Psychology on the following topics: psychology of communication and persuasive communication.
Lectures for the MSc in Health Education and Promotion on the following topic: didactic of health education and promotion.
Supervision of the research project of 3 MSc students (Social Psychology), the internship of 4 BSc students and the research project of 7 BSc students.