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|Affiliation||Università della Svizzera italiana|
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|Areas of Research||Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences, Collective Agency, Collective Intentionality, Commitment, Evolutionary Theory and Social Science, Philosophy of Psychology, Qualitative Methods in Social Science, Social Norms, Social Ontology|
|Biographical Info||Antonella Carassa has an MSc in Electronics Engineering and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology. Formerly associate professor of Artificial Intelligence at University of Padua, she is now professor of Psychology at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland. She is currently interested in interpersonal communication, mother-child relationships, human intersubjectivity, and situated analysis of talk-work. She is author of numerous scientific articles, mostly published in international venues.|