Andrea Fianco

Andrea Fianco
University of Milan | UNIMI · Department of Pathophysiology and Transplantation



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Research highlighted the negative consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescents' emotional well-being worldwide. In the attempt to identify resources which could facilitate adolescents' adjustment , this study examined the occurrence of flow experience and related activities, and the association between flow and emotional well-being among It...
In questo articolo, gli autori presentano riflessioni teoriche e applicative sulla coppia e un intervento di psicoterapia a orientamento gestaltico sull'organismo noi. Partendo dall'importanza dello sfondo - biologico, famigliare, culturale e sociale - che sostiene la figura coppia, la riflessione degli autori si concentra sul profondo mutamento ch...
The caring related challenges reported by parents of children with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) were widely investigated. Little information is instead available on the resources mobilized by these parents in facing caring burden. In the attempt to fill this gap, the present study aimed at exploring the moderating role of res...
This chapter aims at illustrating some of the main theoretical and empirical contributions to the study and promotion of well-being among people with disabilities and their caregivers, within the bio-psycho-social perspective endorsed by the World Health Organization. The chapter provides a brief overview of the main psychological resources that ha...
In studies on caregiving, high levels of perceived burden are commonly considered as synonymous with poor well-being. This study aimed at better disentangling the relationship between burden and well-being dimensions through their joint investigation. To this purpose, perceived well-being and social resources were evaluated among caregivers reporti...


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