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Prof. Antonio Aiello Ph.D; Ordinario di Psicologia Sociale  (SSD M-PSI/05)

Full professor of Social Psychology.

Presidente del Corso Magistrale in “Sociologia e Management dei Servizi Sociali” e del Corso di Studio triennale in “Scienze del Servizio Sociale”


Director of the Master Program in Sociology and Management of Social Services
Director of the Bachelor Program in Social Work

Psicologia Politica e Intergroup Relations

Psicologia sociale per i Sevizi sociali.

Psicologia delle politiche del Lavoro, delle Organizzazioni e della gestione delle Risorse Umane.

Didattica delle STEM e Nuove Tecnologie

Social, Political and Work/Organizational Human Resources Psychology.

Social Work Psychology 

New perspective in STEM educational processes.

Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche /  English version: Department of Political Sciences   University of Pisa
Via Serafini, No. 3;  56126 Pisa, Italy

Ph. +39 050 2211 923

e-mail antonio.aiello@unipi.it

Orario di ricevimento (Office Hour)

Per linee principali di ricerca, curriculum e una selezione di pubblicazioni si possono consultare le apposite sezioni.

Per i laboratori: come esempio consultare “Intergroup Relations in Political Psychology“.

Co-coordinatore Progetto Horizon 2020 “UMI-Sci-Ed” (per saperne subito un po’ di più … clicca qui!)

Progetto Europeo “Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme/CoSpIRom

Progetto HOPE e “i Passi”

Alcune pubblicazioni recenti (WOS  e SCOPUS indexed) della “Social and Political Reserach Unit”
  1. Tesi, A., Pratto, F., Pierro, A. & Aiello, A. (2020, in press). Understanding the maintenance of group-based hierarchies in work organizations: The interplay between social dominance orientation, social power and need for closure. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice.
  2. Aiello, A., Passini, S., Tesi, A., Morselli, D., & Pratto, F. (2019). Measuring support for intergroup hierarchies: Assessing the psychometric proprieties of the Social Dominance Orientationscale. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. 26 (3), 373-383.
  3. Tesi, A., Aiello, A., Morselli, D., Giannetti, E., Pierro, A., & Pratto, F. (2019). Which people are willing to maintain their subordinated position? Social dominance orientation as antecedent to compliance to harsh power tactics in a higher education setting. Personality and Individual Differences. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2019.04.045
  4. Tesi, A., Aiello, A., Pratto, F., & Pierro, A. (2019). The Spiral of Oppression in work organizations: Framing social dominance theory and the interpersonal power interaction model. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. 26 (3), 363-372.
  5. Tesi, A., Aiello, A., & Giannetti, E. (2019). The Work-Related Well-Being of Social Workers: Framing Job Demands, Psychological Well-Being and Work Engagement. Journal of Social Work. doi: 10.1177/1468017318757397
  6. Aiello, A., Tesi, A., Pierro, A., Pratto, F. (2018). Social dominance and interpersonal power: Asymmetrical relationships within Hierarchy-enhancing and Hierarchy-attenuating work environments. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48 (1), 35-45. doi: 10.1111/jasp.12488
  7.  Tesi, A., (2018). Social media addiction and individual differences: The role of Big-Five Personality Traits, Behavioral Inhibition/Activation Systems and Loneliness. Psychological Bullettin BPA. doi: 10.26387/bpa.282.3
  8. Aiello, A., & Nardella, C. (2018). The study of psycho-social well being in the educational contexts toward the va.rp tool: A study case. [Il benessere psicosociale nei contesti scolastici: Analisi di un caso di studio attraverso lo strumento Va.RP] Giornale Italiano di Medicina del Lavoro ed Ergonomia, 40(2), 83-89
  9. Aiello, A., & Tesi, A. (2017). Psychological Well-Being and Work Engagement among Italian Social Workers: Examining the Mediational Role of Job Resources. Social Work Research, 41(2), 73-84. doi: 1093/swr/svx005
  10. Aiello, A., & Tesi, A. (2017). Emotional job demands within helping professions: psychometric properties of a version of the Emotional Job Demands Scale. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 24, 167-183. doi: 10.4473/TPM24.2.2
  11. Lo Destro, C., Chernikova, M., Aiello, A., & Pierro, A. (2017). Who’s most likely to get stressed and leave the company? Effects of regulatory mode on work stress and turnover intentions. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology. Vol. 24, pp. 543-555, DOI: 10.4473/TPM24.4.5