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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 interclasse 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

Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche

 

Psicologia Politica e Intergroup Relations

Psicologia sociale per i Servizi sociali.

Psicologia del Lavoro, delle Risorse Umane e delle Organizzazioni.

Didattica delle STE(A)M e Nuove Tecnologie

 

Social, Political and Work/Organizational Human Resources Psychology.

Social Work Psychology 

Social and Political Psychology Unit Lab

New perspective in STEAM educational processes.

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 (accesso rapido – link)

Didattica (accesso rapido)

Sintesi dal Curriculum Prof. A. Aiello al marzo 2021

 

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

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

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

Progetto Europeo “Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme/CoSpIRom

 

SCOPUS PROFILE

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Alcune pubblicazioni recenti (WOS e SCOPUS indexed) della “Social and Political Psychology Research Unit”

ANNO 2021

  1. Minou Ella Mebane, Antonio Aiello, Donata Francescato (2021). Political Gender Gap and Social Dominance Orientation. In Psycho-Social Aspects of Human Sexuality and Ethics, Edited by D. S. Sheriff. pp. 15. InthecOpen London: UK. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.92222 ISBN 978-1-83962-441-4
  2. Tesi, A., Aiello, A. (2021). Uncertainty” beyond Perceived Employability among Dropouts of the Educational System: The Role of Big Five Personality Traits, Need for Closure and System Justification Beliefs.  Psicologia Sociale (2) http://dx.doi.org/10.1482/100096
  3. Tesi, A., Aiello, A. (2021). La valutazione del benessere organizzativo: lo “Strumento Integrato per la Valutazione del Benessere Organizzativo (SIVBO)” nel framework teorico del modello “Job Demands-Resources”. The assessment of organizational well-being: the “Integrated tool of organizational well-being (SIVBO)” into the framework of the “Job Demands-Resources” model.  Psicologia della Salute.
  4. Prati, F. Pratto, F., Bou Zeineddine, F., Sweetman, J., Aiello, A., Petrovic, N., Rubini, M. (2021). From Social Dominance to Political Engagement: The Role of Political Beliefs and Group Status. Accepted paper in press  Political Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/pops.12745
  5. Di Santo, D., Baldner, C., Aiello, A., Kruglanski, A., Pierro, A. (2021). The Hopeful Dimension of Locomotion Orientation: Implications for Psychological Well-Being. In THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY – ISSN:0022-4545.
  6. Tesi, A. (2021). A Dual Path Model of Work-Related Well-Being in Healthcare and Social Work Settings: The Interweaving Between Trait Emotional Intelligence, End-User Job Demands, Coworkers Related Job Resources, Burnout, and Work Engagement. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.660035
  7. Tesi, A. (2021). Moving Forward to Social Workers’ Work Engagement: Framing the Regulatory Modes and the Job Demands-Resources Model. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. doi: 10.1080/15555240.2021.1931260

UNA SELEZIONE ANNI 2020-2017

  1. Di Santo, D., Tesi, A., Aiello, A., Pierro, A. (2020) The Relationship Between Need for Closure and Compliance to Harsh Power Tactics in High Demanding Jobs: A Study Conducted among Firefighters and Social Workers. DOI:10.1111/jasp.12698. In JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY – ISSN:0021-9029
  2. Tesi, A., Pratto, F., Pierro, A., & Aiello, A. (2020). Group dominance in hierarchy-attenuating and hierarchy-enhancing organizations: The role of social dominance orientation, need for cognitive closure, and power tactics in a person–environment (mis)fit perspective. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1037/gdn0000117

  3. 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.

  4. 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
  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. 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.  DOI: 10.4473/TPM26.3.
  7. 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
  8.  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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Aiello A., Bonaiuto M. (2017). Rhetorical Approach and Discursive Psychology: The Study of Environmental Discourse. In Bonnes M., Lee T., Bonaiuto M. (a cura di) Psychological Theories for Environmental Issues. New York – NY – Routledge. (pp. 235-270).  https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315245720

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