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Federica Pallavicini

  • Ph.D.
  • University of Milan Bicocca Department of Human Sciences for Education Riccardo Massa
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Research interests

Wearable SensorsAffective ComputingHuman-Centered DesignStressVirtual Reality

About

Federica Pallavicini (Ph.D) is expert in the study of the applications of advanced technologies (including virtual reality, augmented reality, serious games) for the wellbeing training and empowerment, health and neuroscience. Her researches are characterized by a strong interdisciplinary nature, covering the main following research topics: - The use of advanced technologies (especially virtual reality) as tools for basic and applied (clinical, educational) research; - The relationships between advanced technologies and emotions (affective computing).

Co-authors (73)

  • cristina liviana caldiroli
  • Andrea Mangiatordi

Publications (28)

What distinguishes a traditional gaming experience from one in virtual reality? An exploratory study

  • Pallavicini F
  • Ferrari A
  • Zini A
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (2018)
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Gaming for Earth: Serious games and gamification to engage consumers in pro-environmental behaviours for energy efficiency

  • Morganti L
  • Pallavicini F
  • Cadel E
Energy Research and Social Science (2017)
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A 3D virtual environment for empirical research on social pain: Enhancing fidelity and anthropomorphism in the study of feelings of ostracism inclusion and overinclusion

  • Venturini E
  • Riva P
  • Serpetti F
Annual Review of CyberTherapy and Telemedicine (2016)
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Beyond Sentiment: How Social Network Analytics Can Enhance Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis

  • Pallavicini F
  • Cipresso P
  • Mantovani F
Sentiment Analysis in Social Networks (2016)
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Hacking Well-Being: Can Serious Games fit Positive Technology Framework?

  • Argenton L
  • Pallavicini F
  • Barone G
Integrating Technology in Positive Psychology Practice (2016)
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Professional experience

Universita degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca Dipartimento di Scienze Umane per la Formazione Riccardo Massa

August 2017