Tiziana Mancini is Associate Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Parma. She is chair and faculty member of the Master in Psychology and faculty member of PhD in Psychology program in the same University. Since 2001 she is full member of Italian Psychological Association (AIP), and since 2008 full member of European Association of Experimental and Social Psychology (EASP). She is member of the Interdepartmental Center of Social Research (CIRS) and consulting referee for national and international journals, among which Computer in Human Behaviour, Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, Addictive Behaviour, Game for health Journal, Cyberpsychology.eu. She is deputy editor of Acta Biomedica for Health professions and consultant editor for Psicologia Sociale. She has been involved for years in various research projects of local, national and international interest, first of all on issues related with self and identity in the post-modern society. Immigration and cyberspace psycho-social processes are her current themes of research, specifically forced migrant integration processes and at videogames and Social Network effects on intergroup relations and wellbeing. She is the author and co-author of numerous papers presented at national and international conferences, and of some monographs and essays. Numerous research and review papers have been published in national and international journals.
Associate Professor of Social Psychology