Tenured associate professors | Bullying and cyberbullying, well-being
Prof. Brighi is PhD in Developmental Psychology. She is leading European and National research projects on bullying and cyberbullying in schools and in Juvenile Justice contexts. Her research focuses on risk factors of bullying and cyberbullying, and on their impact mental health in childhood and in adolescence. She is consultant for school institutions for intervention programs against bullying and for the promotion of psychological wellbeing. She is the Director of the SWAP-v IT- Joint Research Laboratory (Student’s Well-being and prevention of violence IT), involving Flinders University (Australia), Bologna University and the Free University of Bolzano. She is Adjunct Lecturer in Education at Flinders University, Australia.
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Psychology and promotion of well-being in educational contexts
Bullying and cyberbullying: analysis of risk and protective factors; prevention.
Promoting positive relations among peers at school;
Socioemotional learning: development and interaction with wellbeing from early infancy to adolescence;
Early years education.