Dipartimento

Docente

Giovanna
Leone
Professore Associato
Sede: 
Via Salaria 113
Stanza: 
t038 (piano terra, di lato alla biblioteca)
Telefono: 
3405332805
Orario di ricevimento: 
martedì dalle ore 15.30 in poi. La prima ora di ricevimento è dedicata all'orientamento e al tutoraggio degli studenti dei corsi triennali in Comunicazione, tecnologie e culture digitali L-20. Dalle 16.30 il ricevimento prosegue per i tesisti e dottorandi
Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum vitae: 

Curriculum vitae aggiornato a febbraio 2019

 

Giovanna Leone

Giovanna Leone, Psicologa (Sapienza Università di Roma, 1977, cum laude) e Psicoterapeuta. Professore Associato di Psicologia Sociale presso la Sapienza di Roma. In precedenza (1980-1994) è stata psicologa coadiutrice e psicoterapeuta presso l'ospedale Santo Spirito di Roma. In seguito (1994-2005), ricercatrice e professore associato presso l'Università Aldo Moro di Bari.

Full member di diverse associazioni accademiche nazionali e internazionali. Ha rappresentato l'Italia nel MC dalla COST European action IS1205 “Social psychological dynamics of historical representations in the enlarged European Union”. Coordinatrice del Comitato Etico che, su incarico dell'AIP (Associazione Italiana Psicologia), ha portato a termine la revisione del Codice Etico approvato dall'associazione.

Reviewer di molte riviste nazionali e internazionali, partecipa al board dei Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale ed è Associate Editor del Journal of Social and Political Psychology.

Attualmente insegna in Sapienza Università di Roma: Psicologia sociale e della comunicazione, per gli studenti dei corsi triennali di Scienze della comunicazione; Psicologia della politica, per gli studenti della Magistrale in Media, Comunicazione digitale e Giornalismo; Psicologia di Comunità e Giuridica per gli studenti della Magistrale in Psicologia applicata ai contesti della salute, del lavoro e giuridico-forense.

Le sue aree di ricerca riguardano: aspetti sociali e collettivi della memoria autobiografica; cambiamenti nelle narrazioni storiche e riconciliazione tra i gruppi; analisi multimodale della comunicazione politica; effetti ambivalenti del sovra-aiuto didattico, osservato nelle classi multiculturali.

Short CV (English) 

Associate professor of Social Psychology at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, where she teaches Social Psychology and Communication, Political Psychology and Community Psychology.

She previously acted (1980-1994) as a psychologist and psychotherapist at the S. Spirito Hospital in Rome. Subsequently, from 1994 to 2005 she was a researcher and then an associate professor of Social Psychology at the University of Bari.

Full member of several national and international academic associations. MC Member of Italy in the COST European action IS1205 “Social psychological dynamics of historical representations in the enlarged European Union”. Former coordinator of the Ethics Committee of AIP (Association of Italian Psychologists).

Her main research interests include: social and collective aspects of autobiographical memory; changes of historical narratives on past intergroup violence and reconciliation; multimodal analysis of politial communication; ambivalent effects of over-helping, as observed in multicultural classrooms. 

Pubblicazioni recenti (2019 - )

Sono elencate le principali pubblicazioni, scelte tra le più recenti e raggruppate per aree principali di ricerca. Gli asterischi che precedono alcune pubblicazioni indicano che la pubblicazione è inclusa nei database scopus o web of science

 

Cambiamenti nelle narrazioni storiche e riconciliazione tra i gruppi

*Brauch, N., Leone, G., & Sarrica, M. (2019). ‘The debate almost came to a fight…’  results of a cross-national explorative study concerning history teachers´ shared beliefs about teaching historical sensitive issues. Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 1-22.

*Leone, G. (2019) Is there a Space for Post-Colonial Theory in the Socio-Psychological

Research on Consequences of Colonial Past? Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 1-10

*Leone, G., Giner-Sorolla, R. & D'Errico, F. (2018) It's time to be ashamed! Reactions to the breaking of a long-lasting self-censorship on ingroup warcrimes, TPM: Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 25(4), 519-535.Leone, G. (2018) Beyond historical guilt: intergenerational narratives of violence and reconciliation (pp. 458-478). In A. Rosa, J. Valsiner (eds) The Cambridge Handbook ofSociocultural Psychology , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*Leone, G., d'Ambrosio, M., Migliorisi, S.,Sessa, I. (2018) Facing the crimes of older generations: Emotional and cognitive reactions of young Italian students reading an historical text on the colonial invasion of Ethiopia, Journal of Intercultural Relations, 62, 55-67.

*Leone, G. (2017) When History Teaching Turns into Parrhesia: The Case of Italian Colonial Crimes. In: Psaltis C., Carretero M., Čehajić-Clancy S. (eds) History Education and Conflict Transformation. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham (open source liberamente consultabile all'indirizzo

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-54681-0_6#copyrightI...

*Leone, G., Sarrica, M. (2017) The making of a civic discourse on controversial historical past: from denial to parrhesia, ESSACHESS, Journal for Communication Studies, Vol 10, No 1(19) (2017): Rhetoric and Peace at Crossroads: Public and Civic Discourse, Culture and Communication Perspectives, vol 10, n.1 (19), pp. 33-53 (open source, liberamente consultabile all'indirizzo http://www.essachess.com/index.php/jcs/article/view/364)

*Leone, G., d'Ambrosio, M., Migliorisi, S.,Sessa, I. (2018) Facing the crimes of older generations: Emotional and cognitive reactions of young Italian students reading an historical text on the colonial invasion of Ethiopia, Journal of Intercultural Relations,62, 55-67. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijintrel.2017.06.007

*Leone, G., Sarrica, M. (2014) Making room for negative emotions about the national past: An explorative study of effects of parrhesia on Italian colonial crimes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 43, 126-138. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijintrel.2014.08.008.

Leone,G. (2012) May clarity about in-group crimes be a better choice, when narrating the story of past war to perpetrators descendents?. In: 11th International Conference on Social Representations. Social Representations in Changing Societies. Evora, Portugal, 25-28 Jun 2012

Leone, G. (2012) How Can Memories of Past In-Group Crimes Be Integrated in Positive

National Identity?. In: Historical Justice and Memory Conference. Melbourne, 14-17 February 2012

*Leone, G., Sarrica, M. (2012) When ownership hurts: Remembering the in-group wrongdoings after a long lasting collective amnesia, Human affairs, 22(4), 603-612.ISSN: 1210-3055, doi: 10.2478/s13374-012-0048-6

*Leone, G., Mastrovito, T. (2010). Learning About Our Shameful Past: A Socio- Psychological Analysis of Present-Day Historical Narratives of Italian Colonial Wars. International journal of conflict and violence, 4 (1), p. 11-27, ISSN: 1864-1385 (open source liberamente consultabile all'indirizzo http://www.ijcv.org/index.php/ijcv/article/view/57

*Leone, G., Curigliano, G. (2009) Coping with collective responsibilities an explorative study on Italian historical identity across three generations, Journal of Language and Politics, 8 (2), p. 305-326, ISSN: 1569-2159

 

Analisi multimodale della comunicazione politica

* Leone G., Di Murro F., Serlupi Crescenzi L. (2015) From Personalization to Parrhesia: A Multimodal Analysis of Autobiographical Recalls in Barack Obama’s Political Speech. In: D'Errico F., Poggi I., Vinciarelli A., Vincze L. (eds) Conflict and Multimodal Communication. Computational Social Sciences. Springer, Cham,DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-14081-0_17

*Leone G. (2013) Sometimes I, Sometimes Me: A Study on the Use of Autobiographical Memories in Two Political Speeches by Barack Obama. In: Poggi I., D’Errico F., Vincze L., Vinciarelli A. (eds) Multimodal Communication in Political Speech. Shaping Minds and Social Action. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7688. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-41545-6_11

G. Leone (2010). 'I have the blood of Africa within me': The case of Obama's reminder of his grandfather humiliation during colonial times, in his speech to African leaders . In: SSPNET- International Workshop on Political speech. Roma, Italy, November 2010

 

Effetti ambivalenti del sovra-aiuto didattico, osservato nelle classi multiculturali

*Leone, G. (2012) Observing social signals in scaffolding interactions: How to detect when a helping intention risks falling short, Cognitive Processing,13 ( 2), p. 477-85. DOI: 10.1007/s10339-011-0422-z

*D'Errico, F., Leone, G., Mastrovito, T. (2012) When teachers' intervention makes an immigrant child more dependent (Book Chapter). In: Spinthourakis J.A., lalor j., Berg w. (Eds). Cultural Diversity in the Classroom. A European Comparison, p. 129-143, Berlin, Heidelberg:Springer-Verlag, ISBN: 9783531182926, doi: 10.1007/978-3-531-93494-5_8

*D’Errico F., Leone G., Poggi I. (2010) Types of Help in the Teacher’s Multimodal Behavior. In: Salah A.A., Gevers T., Sebe N., Vinciarelli A. (eds) Human Behavior Understanding. HBU 2010. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 6219. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-14715-9_13

*Poggi, I., D'Errico, F., and Leone, G. (2012). Pedagogical stances and their multimodal signals. In Chair N.C.C. et al., editors, Proceedings of the Eigth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'12), Istanbul, Turkey. European Language Resources Association (ELRA), pp.3233-3240, ISBN: 978-2-9517408-7-7

*D’Errico F., Leone G., Poggi I., (2012) Pedagogical stance. Teacher position and her social signal. Proceedings of IEEE Social Computation, Amsterdam, 3-5 september IEEE Computer Society, p. 926-931, ISBN/ISSN:978-0-7695-4848- 7, doi:10.1109/SocialCom-PASSAT.2012.121

 

Altre pubblicazioni recenti

 

*Leone, G., Migliorisi, S., Sessa, I. (2017) Detecting social signals of honesty and fear of appearing deceitful: A methodological proposal, Proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications, CogInfoCom 2016, pp. 000289-000294.


*Sarrica, M., Roseti, A., Brondi, S., Cervelli, P., Leone, G. (2016) Flooded by a wall of water: Parent–child reminiscing about local environment and unwanted changes, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 13(3), p. 209-230.

*Leone, G. (2013) Nodding without understanding: An explorative study of how adolescents listen to their teachers, Proceedings of the 2012 ASE International Conference on Social Informatics, SocialInformatics 2012, p.137-144.

*Liu, J.H., Paez, D., Hanke, K., Leone, G. (...), Atsumi, T., Suwa, K.-i. (2012) Cross-cultural dimensions of meaning in the evaluation of events in world history?: Perceptions of historical calamities and progress in cross-cultural data from thirty societies, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43 (2), pp. 251-272 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0022022110390926