University of Padova


Fabiola Scarpetta

Fabiola Scarpetta

Fabiola Scarpetta

University of Padova
Department of General Psychology
Via Venezia, 8
35131, Padova (Italy)
Skype account: fabiola.scarpetta
E-mail: fabiola.scarpetta@gmail.com

Extended CV

Research interests

Ethnographic methodologies and conversational analysis: Linguistic anthropology, Nonverbal communication, Social Communication and New Technologies, CSCW, Spatial Reference, Human Computer Interaction.

Projects

– PASION
European Project on Psychologically Augmented Social Interaction Over Network (coordinated by prof. Gamberini L. and Spagnolli A.).
– LAUGH AND IDENTITY
Personal project on African-American Stand-up Comedy (tutored by Spagnolli, A.); 2005-2006 University of California, Los Angeles.

Education

2007-Present. PhD Student in Cognitive Science, Department of Development and Socialization Psychology, University of Padova (I). Topic of the Ph.D: “Cognitive Ergonomics and social networks”, funded by PASION, European Project. Supervisor: Prof. Gamberini Luciano.
2006. 2nd level graduate in Work, Communication and Social Psychology, University of Padova (I).
Thesis: “Humour and social positioning in African-american stamd-up comedy”. Educational Abroad Program Student of Social Psychology at UCLA (USA, 2006).
2004. 1st level graduate in Work and Social Psychology, University of Padova (I). Dissertation: ‘The advantages of irony in problematic situations’.

Skills and experience

– Tutor of the Qualitative Methodology class in the Nettuno Program, 2006/2007
– Editorial Assistant of PsychNology Journal (http://www.psychnology.org/)

Publications (Peer reviewed journals)

Spagnolli A., Gamberini L., Scarpetta F., Colognesi S. (2004) ‘Ironia e ristrutturazione del participant framework: il caso degli ambienti virtuali’ in Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata Special issue edited by Fasulo A. and Galatolo.

Gamberini L., Martino F., Scarpetta F., Spoto A., and Spagnolli A. (2007). Unveiling the Structure: Effects of Social Feedback on Communication Activity in Online Multiplayer Videogames. In D. Schuler (Ed.), Online Communities and Social Computing (pp. 334-341). Heidelberg: Springer.

Scarpetta, F. (2008). Practices to Display Social Presence: A Study in a Shared Mediated Environment. PsychNology Journal, 6(1).

Spagnolli, A., Scarpetta, F.(submitted at Journal of Research on Language and Social Interaction- ROLSI-). Interactionally Safe Humour: Practices to Create Supportive Social Context in Stand-up Comedy.

Posters

– “PASION: The Role of Reciprocation in Constructing Social Presence”, First Peach Summer School on Presence Technologies and Foundations, July 3-5, 2007, Santorini, Greece.

– ‘Presence and irony’: managing difficulties experienced in a CVE, HTLab Day , Cognitive Science and Technology 2006, May 26 2006, Padova.


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