MARI SILVIA

Role: 
Associate professor
Academic disciplines: 
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (M-PSI/05)
Works in: 
DIPARTIMENTO DI PSICOLOGIA
Telephone : 
0264483827
Reception Hours: 

 

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Teaching

A.A.: 2020/2021

  • APPLIED SOCIAL COGNITION TO PUBLIC POLICIES
  • APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2019/2020

  • APPLIED SOCIAL COGNITION TO PUBLIC POLICIES
  • APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2018/2019

  • APPLIED SOCIAL COGNITION TO PUBLIC POLICIES
  • ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS

A.A.: 2017/2018

  • ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS
  • COMMUNITY ACTION-RESEARCH

A.A.: 2016/2017

  • ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS
  • COMMUNITY ACTION-RESEARCH

A.A.: 2015/2016

  • ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS

Research

  • Psychology of intergroup relationships: collective victimhood and structural inequalities; historical memories and collective emotions; acculturation processes and prejudice reduction
  • Attitude Psychology: social psychological processes of conspiracy theories; shared intentions and social action; attitude-behavior relationship
  • Psychology of media: digital influence and conspiracy theories; scientific disinformation; identity processes in virtual domains; media and sexual objectification
  • Marketing and organizational psychology: emotional and political identity processes and consumer behavior; organizational commitment

Pubblicazioni

  • Liu, J., Zhang, R., Cai, H., Mari, S., Qu, X., & Suerdem, A. (In corso di stampa). How do Religiosity and National Identity relate to Cosmopolitanism? An Empirical Study using Representative Samples in Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist Societies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION.
  • Mari, S., Bentrovato, D., Durante, F., & Wasserman, J. (2020). Collective victimhood resulting from structural violence. In J.R. Vollhardt (a cura di), The social psychology of collective victimhood (pp. 231-251). Oxford University Press.
  • Landy, J., Jia, M., Ding, I., Viganola, D., Tierney, W., Dreber, A., et al. (2020). Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results. PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN, 146(5), 451-479.
  • Zogmaister, C., Durante, F., Mari, S., Crippa, F., & Volpato, C. (2020). Measuring objectification through the Body Inversion Paradigm: Methodological issues. PLOS ONE, 15(2).
  • Jolley, D., Mari, S., & Douglas, K. (2020). Consequences of conspiracy theories. In Butter M, & Knight P (a cura di), Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories (pp. 231-241). Routledge.