CU R R I C U L U M VI T A E GI A N N I BR I G H E T T I INFORMAZIONI PERSONALI
Nome GIANNI BRIGHETTI
Indirizzo VIA MASCAELLA 8 40126BOLOGNA
Telefono 3478706506 Fax E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Nazionalità italiana
Data di nascita 3 GIUGNO 1947
Dal 15/11/1975 ad oggi • Nome e indirizzo del datore
di lavoro Università degli Studi di Bologna
• Tipo di azienda o settore Università degli Studi di Bologna
• Tipo di impiego Contratto a tempo indeterminato
• Principali mansioni e
responsabilità Didattica e Ricerca
ISTRUZIONE E FORMAZIONE
LAUREA IN FILOSOFIA UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLOGNA
ABILITAZIONE ALLA PROFESSIONE DI PSICOLOGO
PRIMA LINGUA ITALIANO
INGLESE • Capacità di lettura ottimo
• Capacità di scrittura buono
• Capacità di espressione
FRANCESE • Capacità di lettura ottimo
• Capacità di scrittura ottimo
• Capacità di espressione orale ottimo CAPACITÀ E COMPETENZE TECNICHE Con computer, attrezzature specifiche, macchinari, ecc.
§ Buona conoscenza di:
§ MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Internet Exporer),
§ Fondamenti di linguaggi e programmi per la costruzione di siti WEB (HTML, Dreamweaver);
§ Digitalizzazione di immagini video e sequenziamento di frame video digitalizzati.
§ Programmi di elaborazione statistica (Statsoft, SPSS);
§ Programmi per la elaborazione di test psicologici (E-Prime);
§ Programmi per la registrazione e la elaborazione di movimenti oculari (ASL 504, E5 Win, Eyenal, Fixplot).
§ Biopac MP150 per la registrazione di indici fisiologici (conduttanza cutanea, frequenza cardiaca, pressione arteriosa, tono muscolare e temperatura periferica
§ Stabilometria NBP per la valutazione posturografica
LUCARELLI, C., UBERTI, P., BRIGHETTI, G., MAGGI, M. Risky choices and emotion-based learning
(2015) Journal of Economic Psychology, 49, pp. 59-73.
ZAVAGLI, V., MIGLIETTA, E., VARANI, S., PANNUTI, R., BRIGHETTI, G., PANNUTI, F.
Associations between caregiving worries and psychophysical well-being. An investigation on home-cared cancer patients family caregivers
(2015) Supportive Care in Cancer, 7 p. Article in Press. LUCARELLI, C., UBERTI, P., BRIGHETTI, G.
Misclassifications in financial risk tolerance
(2015) Journal of Risk Research, 18 (4), pp. 467-482.
OTTAVIANI, C., BORLIMI, R., BRIGHETTI, G., CASELLI, G., FAVARETTO, E., GIARDINI, I., MARZOCCHI, C., NUCIFORA, V., REBECCHI, D., RUGGIERO, G.M., SASSAROLI, S.
Worry as an adaptive avoidance strategy in healthy controls but not in pathological worriers
(2014) International Journal of Psychophysiology, 93 (3), pp. 349-355. NERI, L., ADORANTE, G., BRIGHETTI, G., FRANCIOSI, E.
Postural rehabilitation through Kinect-based biofeedback
(2013) 2013 International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation, ICVR 2013, art. no. 6662110, pp. 218-219.
OTTAVIANI C., CEVOLANI D., NUCIFORA V., BORLIMI R., AGATI R., LEONARDI M., DE PLATO G., BRIGHETTI G. (2012). Amygdala responses to masked and low spatial frequency fearful faces: a preliminary fMRI study in panic disorder. PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH.
NEUROIMAGING, vol. 203(2-3), p. 159-165.
ZAVAGLI V., VARANI S., SAMOLSKY-DEKEL A.R., BRIGHETTI G., PANNUTI F. (2012). Worry as a risk factor for mental and somatic
diseases. A research on home-cared cancer patients family caregivers. GIORNALE ITALIANO DI MEDICINA DEL LAVORO ED
ERGONOMIA, vol. 34 n°2, p. 17-22, ISSN: 1592-7830
OTTAVIANI, C. NUCIFORA, V., BORLIMI, R., BRIGHETTI, G (2012). Decision-making» patologico in soggetti con disregolazione emotiva. In: Decisioni ed emozioni. Come la psicologia spiega il conflitto tra ragione e sentimento. p. 191-211, BOLOGNA:Il Mulino, ISBN: 9788815234544 BRIGHETTI G., LUCARELLI C. (2011). Risk Tolerance in the financial decision making. p. 1-269, LONDON:Palgrave Mc Millan, ISBN:
OTTAVIANI C., SGARBOSSA M., BRIGHETTI G (2009). Consequences of ruminative thoughts on cardiovascular health. PSYCHOLOGY &
HEALTH, vol. 23, p. 1-2, ISSN: 0887-0446
OTTAVIANI, C., CEVOLANI, D., AGATI, R., LEONARDI, M.,
NUCIFORA, V., BRIGHETTI, G. (2008). Amygdala activation to fearful faces: effects of stimulus duration vs. low spatial frequencies filtering. 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
Psychophysiology, 45 (suppl. 1), S. 69.
OTTAVIANI, C., MARZOCCHI C., CABRINI, S., BRIGHETTI, G. (2008). Psychopathy and addiction: the role of risky decision-making, atypical vagal regulation, and impaired emotion recognition. 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
Psychophysiology, 45 (suppl. 1), S. 71.
OTTAVIANI, C., NUCIFORA, V., BORLIMI, R., CABRINI, C.,
BRIGHETTI, G. (2008). Pharmacological and psychological adjustments to drug withdrawal: The Self Medication Hypothesis. 22nd conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Psychology and Health, 23 (suppl. 1), S. 198.
OTTAVIANI, C., MACCAFERRI, E., TUGNOLI, E., NUCIFORA, V., BORLIMI, R,. BRIGHETTI, G. ( 2008). Impulsivity, affective and psychophysiological dysregulation as predictors of self-harm behavior in personality disorders. 22nd conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Psychology and Health, 23 (suppl. 1), S. 199.
OTTAVIANI, C., SGARBOSSA, M., BRIGHETTI, G. (2008).
Consequences of ruminative thoughts on cardiovascular health. 22nd conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Psychology and Health, 23 (suppl. 1), S. 199.
BRIGHETTI, G., BONIFACCI, P., BORLIMI, R., OTTAVIANI, C. (2007). “Far from the heart far from the eye”: evidence from the Capgras delusion. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 12 (3), 189 – 197.
AVANZI M, BARATTI M, CABRINI S, UBER E, BRIGHETTI G, BONFA F. (2007). The thrill of reckless driving in patients with
Parkinson's disease: An additional behavioural phenomenon in dopamine dysregulation syndrome? Parkinsonism Related Disorders, 8, 45-56. FABBRI, M., MARTONI, M., ESPOSITO, M.J., BRIGHETTI, G., NATALE, V. (2006). Postural control after a night without sleep. Neuropsychologia, 44(12), 2520-2525.
AVANZI, M., BARATTI, M., CABRINI, S., UBER, E., BRIGHETTI, G., BONFA, F. (2006). Prevalence of pathological gambling in patients with Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorder, 21(12), 2068-2072.
NICOLETTI, R., PORRO, C.A., BRIGHETTI, G., MONTI, D.,
PAGNONI, G., GUIDO, M., RUBICHI, S., FRANCESCHI, C. (2004). Long-term effects of vaccination on attentional performance. Vaccine, 28, 3877-3881.
Research activities 1998-1999
European Project - HORIZON Eu Num. H-1997-IT-695, promoted by “Efeso” Social Economy Institution. Partners: Irfa (France), Département de Psychologie Université Notre Dame de la Paix Namur (Belgium), Club Aktiv Trier (Germany). The project had the aim to identify a diagnostic protocol specifically focused on
cognitive skills in subjects with mental disabilities. The sample included 60 patients with personality disorder, and had the final goal to introduce these patients in a job environment.
Participation at the “Poschiavo” project, ruled by the Swiss Institute of Pedagogy. The aim of the project was to develop videoconference systems for long-distance training programs.
Development and testing of an apparatus for the cross modal perception of visual stimuli by the use of tactile information. The instrument was developed at the Robotic Laboratory at ENEA Research Institute and the study was done in cooperation with the Help Society (Bucci Group International).
Participation at the “Poschiavo” Project, ruled by the Swiss Institute of Pedagogy. The aim of the project was to develop videoconference systems for long-distance training programs.
Research study to test the effectiveness of long-distance training program systems. The study was developed in cooperation with the Swiss Institute of Pedagogy and was characterized by four videoconference sessions. During the sessions, attentional mechanisms and the degree of pleasantness were evaluated.
Validation of biofeedback-assisted relaxation protocols for psychophysiological disorders such as hypertension, migraine, tension headache, and irritable bowel syndrome.
Research grant from the Faculty of Psychology, University of Bologna for a project on “The use of virtual reality to test psychophysiological and attentional mechanisms in a policemen sample”. The project involved the use of virtual reality and psychophysiological recordings (ECG, GSR, EMG) in order to assess the role of attentional mechanisms in determining car accidents.
Teaching appointment at the training program “Web Project Manager” at the Swiss Institute of Pedagogy in Lugano. The goal of the course was to train participants to analyze web-sites devoted to the electronic marketing and to teach them how to develop their own website based on the principles of ergonomics. Results are showed at: www.ispfp.ch.
Conceptualization of a theoretical model on the development of cognitive processes based on computational theory. The model was developed with in cooperation with Professor Carlo Pellacani at the Department of Physics, University of Bologna. A published version is available at: www.carlopellacani.com.
Eye movement patterns to familiar and unfamiliar faces: A patient with Capgras delusion has been evaluated on a familiar and unfamiliar faces exploration task. Research activity continued in order to evaluate eye movement
patterns (ASL 504), and skin conductance response to familiar and unfamiliar faces in both pathological and healthy subjects.
Adolescence, risk factors, and psychopathology: A battery of tests has been developed and includes the study of basic processes such as impulsivity, inhibition, executive functions, and anticipation; high/low frequency-filtered emotion recognition tasks; IQ assessment; self-administered questionnaires on anxiety and depression. This research/screening activity was aimed at the identification of risk factors for psychiatric disorders in the transition from childhood to adulthood.
Cognitive-emotional disturbances in personality Disorders: within the research activity conducted so far, original batteries of tasks have been developed for the assessment of specific cognitive/affective processing (cognitive tasks, emotion recognition tasks with high/low spatial frequency filtering, go/no-go tasks, inhibition and anticipation tasks, and emotional inspection times). The study has been done with the cooperation of several local psychiatric institutes: Villa Baruzziana (Bologna), Villa Igea (Modena), Villa Azzurra (Ravenna).
Autonomic dysfunctions, prefrontal ipoactivity, negative affective states, and psychopathy: an efficient cardiac modulation, as indexed by heart rate variability (HRV), has been associated with an intact prefrontal cortex functioning, leading to adaptive executive, social, affective, and motivated behaviours. The aim of the present study was to assess whether deficits in autonomic and prefrontal activities could predict the presence of psychopathic features in a drug-addicted sample.
The neurobiology of anxiety disorders: The project focus on the neurobiological mechanism underlying fear and anxiety, including examination of genetic and environmental factors, and characterization of animal models. This project is the result of the interdisciplinary integration and knowledge exchange between different European research teams.
Defining Endophenotypes: Commonalities in Developmental Disorders: The project aims at proposing a new framework for the study of developmental disorders based on the analysis of functional impairment rather than diagnosis. The idea is to identify major endophenotypes across diagnostic categories, considering performances at cognitive tasks, eye-movement patterns, psychophysiological indexes, and genotypes. Major attention will be
given to developmental disorders for which the literature has reported overlapping features such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Intellectual Disabilities. Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, and amygdala activation: the aim of the present study is to compare the brain activation patterns during the perception of subliminal fearful vs. supraliminal low-frequency filtered fearful faces in both healthy and pathological subjects.
National Project (PRIN 2007) - “Are financial choices driven by emotional responses?”
Ministero dell’Università e della Ricerca (MIUR)
Director of the BIOlab and of the Center for Affective Neuroscience at the Faculty of Psychology, Cesena. Experience in assessment, diagnosis and cognitive-behavioral therapy of anxiety-related and depressive disorders, personality disorders, and drug-addiction.
2003-2013 Director of Post Lauream School of Health Psychology, University of Bologna.
Ø Prof. David Shapiro and Prof. Iris B. Goldstein, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
Ø Prof. Hugo Critchley, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. Ø Max Planck Institut für Psychiatrie, Humangenetics, Germany.
Ø Prof. Paul J. Mills,Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, USA. Ø Prof. Jaime Vila, Department of Psychology, University of Granada, Spain.
Ø Prof. Jack E. James, Department of Psychology, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland. Ø Prof. Sergio Della Sala, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Ø Prof. Ulrich Hemmeter, Psychiatric Department St.Gallen, Switzerland; University of Marburg, Clinic of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Germany.
Ø Prof. Philip Molyneux Dean of the College of Business, Law, Education and Social Sciences. Bangor Business School. UK
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