Valutazione del rischio di manager e imprenditori
Il ruolo dei processi decisionali e le differenze individuali nel modello JD-R
Interventi per migliorare il benessere sul lavoro: l’approccio FAMILY
NOTECHS e Fattore Umano
Un modello di orientamento agli obiettivi: grinta, resilienza e strategie di recupero
Apprendimento permanente e formazione vocazionale
Interventi di Debiasing e Job Crafting
Gratifiche organizzative ed impegno lavorativo
La dannosa combinazione tra l’uso del telefono cellulare durante la guida e lo stress
Decision-making e differenze individuali
Gestione psicologica delle risorse umane dell’innovazione
Our Research group
Riccardo Sartori is assistant professor in work and organizational psychology at Verona University (Italy), Department of Human Sciences. His field of work is organisational innovation and the assessment processes linked to this topic, including psychological assessment and human resources management.
Andrea Ceschi is Assistant Professor in Work and Organisational Psychology at the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. His field of work deals with organisational dynamics related to decision-making processes in the workplace.
Francesco Tommasi is a Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology at Verona University, Department of Human Sciences, Italy. His area of interest and work is in work psychology, combining research and perspectives from a variety of fields, such as industrial/organizational psychology, and vocational and education training.
Scientific Training Manager
Marija Gostimir is a Practitioner in Work and Organizational Psychology. Her areas of expertise include topics related to human resources management and people’s well-being such as career development, vocational counselling, employability, work-life balance and leadership.
Senior Associated Researcher
Stefano Noventa is a Post Doc researcher at the Hector Research Institute for Education Sciences and Psychology of the University of Tübingen. His main research interests are Mathematical Psychology, Psychometrics and Psychophysics. He is also interested in latent variable models and their applications to Education, Entrepreneurship, Social and Organizational Psychology.
Senior Associated Researcher
Andrea Scalco is a Research Assistant at the University of Aberdeen. His expertise lies in the field of Environmental Psychology and Consumer Behavior. In particular, his works investigate the motivation behind food choice, especially organic products, which represents the best solution for individual health as well as for the minimization of the environmental impact.
Sofia Morandini is a psychologist who got a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology. She collaborates as a scholarship researcher with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. Her area of interest is the application of the constructs of clinical/dynamic psychology to organizational contexts.
Mattia Zene has a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology. He collaborates as a scholarship researcher with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. His area of interest is in employability enhancement.