April 2017 – now: Adjunct Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Bologna.
February 2014 – now:
Research fellow at the Department of Education Studies "Giovanni Maria Bertin", University of Bologna.
Participation in the research project "Safety training at work: innovative methods and effectiveness evaluation strategies" designed to explore those factors that concur in determining the effectiveness of interventions to improve safety at work (with a specific focus on aspects such as training engagement and transfer of training). In addition, this project was aimed at applying a mixed method to gain a more in-depth understanding of the process that influences the effectiveness of safety interventions.
Participation in the research project "Are workaholics born or made? Relations of workaholism with person characteristics and overwork climate" was aimed at conducting a longitudinal investigation of the joint impact predisposing individual characteristics and an organizational climate that supports overwork on workaholism.
Supervisor of Bachelor's and Master's Theses at the Schools of Psychology, Education Sciences and School of Political Sciences of the University of Bologna, focusing on the following topics:
- Work-related well-being
- Job crafting
- Work Engagement
- Job burnout
- JD-R model
- Emotional labour
- Hardy personality
April 2017 – July 2017: Academic tutor for the course in “Work and Organizational Psychology” in the Master in "Planning and managing of educational intervention in social distress" at the Department of Education Studies, University of Bologna.
August 2016 – September 2016: Academic tutor for the “Workshop for professional specialization in prevention and educational intervention in social distress" at the Department of Education Studies, University of Bologna.
June 2016 – December 2016: Research assistant in the project "Supporting the build-up and development of assessment procedures", aimed at developing individual and group tests for assessing skills and competencies of new graduates within selection procedures. The main goal was to provide private and public companies with a service able to help graduates of the University of Bologna in entering the labor market.
January 2014: PhD in Psychological Science, University of Bologna. Dissertation Title: "Obsessed by work: A multi-causal and multi-rater approach to workaholism". Supervisor: Prof. Dina Guglielmi
November 2009: Master's degree in Work and Organisational Psychology, University of Bologna, Bologna. Dissertation title: "Job burnout and work engagement in the light of Job Demands-Resources Model". Supervisor: Prof. Dina Guglielmi