Doc. dr. Silvia Donato paskaita apie porų streso įveiką

Lapkričio 23 d., 9:30 – 12:00 val. VDU Psichologijos katedroje vizituojanti Italijos universiteto (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano) dėstytoja doc. dr. Silvia Donato skaitys paskaitą “Affairs of the heart: Couples’ coping with stress”

Paskaita vyks Socialinių mokslų fakultete, Jonavos g. 66-324 aud.

Paskaita vyks anglų kalba.

Plačiau apie lektorę (Short Bio):

Silvia Donato, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Social Psychology

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy

She received her PhD in Psychology at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC) of Milan in 2009. She’s Associate Professor of Social Psychology for the Faculty of Psychology at UCSC– Milano and she’s affiliated with the Psychology Department of this same atheneum. She’s member of the Advisory Board of the “Family Studies and Research University Centre” at UCSC. She teaches “Social psychology”, “Psychology of interpersonal and social relationships” at UCSC for undergraduate students and “Clinical and social psychology of aging” and “Psychology of new media” at UCSC for graduate students. She is trainer of the relationship education program: “Groups for Family Enrichment”. In the past, she was member of the Executive Board of the European Society on Family Relations. She’s EB member of the International Association for Relationship Research since 2012 and she’s currently chairing the Internationalization Committee for this same association. She’s member of the editorial board of the “IARR Advances in Personal Relationships” book series and Associate Editor of the journal “Personal Relationships”. Her research interests focus on the study of the couple relationship across the lifespan. In particular, her studies examined stress and dyadic coping in couples, especially in the case of chronic illness, the intergenerational transmission of coping competences, partners’ accuracy and similarity in perceptions, as well as partners’ support in response to positive events. One of her articles on the theme of dyadic coping was awarded by the International Association for Relationship Research as best article in 2018.