VOLPATO CHIARA

Role: 
full professor
Academic disciplines: 
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (M-PSI/05)
Works in: 
DIPARTIMENTO DI PSICOLOGIA
Telephone : 
0264483721
Room: 
U06, Piano: P03, Stanza: 3137
Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo 1 - 20126 MILANO
Reception Hours: 

Every Thursday from 15.00 to 17.00. Variations will be posted on this personal page.

Biografia

Chiara Volpato is Full Professor in Social Psychology at the University of Milano-Bicocca.

Her main fields of research are: Social identity and intergroup relationships, with a particular focus on social inequality, Prejudice and sexism, video games and violent media exposure and socio-psychological analysis of historical texts.

Recently published books: Deumanizzazione. Come si legittima la violenza (2011) and Psicosociologia del maschilismo (2013)

Teaching

A.A.: 2017/2018

  • Social Psychology
  • SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: ADVANCED COURSE

A.A.: 2016/2017

  • Social Psychology
  • SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: ADVANCED COURSE

A.A.: 2015/2016

  • Social Psychology
  • PSYCHOLOGY OF SOCIAL INFLUENCES

Ricerca

Social identity and intergroup relationships, with a particular focus on social inequality, Prejudice and sexism, video games and violent media exposure and socio-psychological analysis of historical texts. 

Pubblicazioni

  • Andrighetto, L., Riva, P., Gabbiadini, A., & Volpato, C. (2016). Excluded From All Humanity: Animal Metaphors Exacerbate the Consequences of Social Exclusion. JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 35(6), 628-644. Detail
  • Baldissarri, C., Andrighetto, L., Gabbiadini, A., & Volpato, C. (2017). Work and freedom? Working self-objectification and belief in personal free will. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 56(2), 250-269. Detail
  • Andrighetto, L., Baldissarri, C., & Volpato, C. (2017). (Still) Modern Times: Evidence of objectification in the working domain. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 47(1), 25-35. Detail
  • Gabbiadini, A., Riva, P., Andrighetto, L., Volpato, C., & Bushman, B.J. (2016). Acting like a tough guy: Violent-Sexist video games, identification with game characters, masculine beliefs, & empathy for female violence victims. PLOS ONE, 11(4). Detail