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, Oxford University Press, “Parasitic Apologies” (with B. Ursi and Bongelli, R.), in Discourse Pocesses,
“Reducing asymmetry in doctor-patient interaction: patients’ initiatives in specialised clinical encounters” (with Piera Margutti), in Salute e Società.
She teaches Narrative Psychology, Discursive Psychology and Interaction Analysis.
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Renata Galatolo (PhD) is Associate professor in Psychology. Her main research interests include discursive psychology and conversation analysis applied to institutional, professional and ordinary interaction. Her research methodology is based on the analysis of videorecordings of natural occurring interaction. Her current research activity focuses on doctor-patient and family interaction. Her recent publications include “Reporting Talk when Testifying: Intertextuality, Consistency and Transformation in Witnesses’ Use of Direct Reported Speech” in