Cristina Baldissarri
Cristina Baldissarri
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Human‐itarian aid? Two forms of dehumanization and willingness to help after natural disasters
L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri, S Lattanzio, S Loughnan, C Volpato
British journal of social psychology 53 (3), 573-584, 2014
852014
(Still) Modern Times: Objectification at work
L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri, C Volpato
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (1), 25-35, 2017
462017
(Still) Modern Times: Objectification at work
L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri, C Volpato
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (1), 25-35, 2017
462017
Perceptions of low‐status workers and the maintenance of the social class status quo
C Volpato, L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri
Journal of Social Issues 73 (1), 192-210, 2017
432017
Internalizing objectification: Objectified individuals see themselves as less warm, competent, moral, and human
S Loughnan, C Baldissarri, F Spaccatini, L Elder
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 217-232, 2017
352017
When work does not ennoble man: psychological consequences of working objectification.
C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
TPM: Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology 21 (3), 2014
292014
Work and freedom? Working self‐objectification and belief in personal free will
C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, A Gabbiadini, C Volpato
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (2), 250-269, 2017
182017
Together Apart: The Mitigating Role of Digital Communication Technologies on Negative Affect During the COVID-19 Outbreak in Italy
A Gabbiadini, C Baldissarri, F Durante, RR Valtorta, M De Rosa, ...
Frontiers in psychology 11, 2763, 2020
102020
Dirty jobs and dehumanization of workers
RR Valtorta, C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (4), 955-970, 2019
92019
WORKERS AS OBJECTS: THE NATURE OF WORKING OBJECTIFICATION AND THE ROLE OF PERCEIVED ALIENATION.
C Baldissarri, RR Valtorta, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
TPM: Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology 24 (2), 2017
82017
L'eterno femminino. Stereotipi di genere e sessualizzazione nella pubblicità televisiva
RR Valtorta, A Sacino, C Baldissarri, C Volpato
Psicologia sociale 11 (2), 159-188, 2016
72016
The dirty side of work: Biologization of physically tainted workers
RR Valtorta, C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
International Review of Social Psychology 32 (1), 2019
52019
Objectified conformity: working self-objectification increases conforming behavior
L Andrighetto, C Baldissarri, A Gabbiadini, A Sacino, RR Valtorta, ...
Social Influence 13 (2), 78-90, 2018
52018
Feeling like an object: A field study on working self-objectification and belief in personal free will.
C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
TPM: Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology 26 (2), 2019
42019
Do self-objectified women believe themselves to be free? Sexual objectification and belief in personal free will
C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, A Gabbiadini, RR Valtorta, A Sacino, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1867, 2019
32019
The eternal feminine. Gender stereotypes and sexualization in television advertisements
RR Valtorta, A Sacino, C Baldissarri, C Volpato
Psicologia sociale 11 (2), 159-188, 2016
32016
Seeing Others as a Disease: The Impact of Physical (but not Moral) Disgust on Biologization
RR Valtorta, C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
International Review of Social Psychology 34 (1), 2021
2021
Biomimetic Urban and Architectural Design: Illustrating and Leveraging Relationships between Ecosystem Services
M Pedersen Zari
Biomimetics 6 (1), 2, 2021
2021
Being Treated as an Instrument: Consequences of Instrumental Treatment and Self-Objectification on Task Engagement and Performance
C Baldissarri, L Andrighetto
Human Performance, 1-22, 2021
2021
The ACME shop: A paradigm to investigate working (self-) objectification
C Baldissarri, A Gabbiadini, L Andrighetto, C Volpato
The Journal of Social Psychology, 1-17, 2020
2020
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