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My main research interest is related to the study of the role of moral disengagement in relation to different outcomes (e.g. violent behaviour, transgressive conduct, cheating behaviours, unethical behaviours at work etc). My most recent work focused on the study of how individual factors (e.g. self-efficacy beliefs, moral disengagement) influence work stress and unethical behaviours at work. Furthermore, I am interested in investigating the role of individual factors and characteristics of nursing education in influencing later job stress and well-being of new-graduated nurses.
In 2004 I was awarded a PhD (“Prosociality, Innovation and Collective Efficacy in Educational and Organizational Context”) by Sapienza University of Rome. My thesis was entitled “Determinants of life satisfaction: a comparative analysis in Italy and Bolivia” and was mainly focused on the study of the impact of psychosocial determinants (specifically values and self-efficacy beliefs) on life satisfaction in a sample of adolescents and young adults from Italy and Bolivia.
I am currently collaborating with Dr. Fida (Sapienza University of Rome) in three ongoing research programmes:
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