Emanuele Basili

Emanuele Basili
Sapienza University of Rome | la sapienza · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Psychology

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Introduction
PhD in Personality and Developmental Psychology at Sapienza University, Rome. Graduated in Health, Clinical and Community Psychology, Sapienza University, Rome, in 2015.

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Publications (28)
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This study examined gender-specific longitudinal pathways from harsh parenting through rumination to anxiety and depression symptoms among early adolescents from three countries and six subgroups. Participants were 567 mothers, 428 fathers, and 566 children (T1: Mage = 10.89; 50% girls) from Medellín, Colombia (n = 100); Naples, Italy (n = 95); Rom...
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According to the Italian Health Ministry in 2017, more than 850,000 individuals in Italy have requested mental health services for various symptoms associated with psychological distress. Moreover, stress can affect not only individuals, but also their romantic relationships. To date, there is a lack of empirically validated measures that assess in...
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This longitudinal study examined the unique and joint effects of early adolescent temperament and parenting in predicting the development of adolescent internalizing symptoms in a cross-cultural sample. Participants were 544 early adolescents (T1: Mage = 12.58; 49.5% female) and their mothers (n = 530) from Medellín, Colombia (n = 88), Naples, Ital...
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Previous studies support the relevance of students' perception of positive and negative school climate to learning processes and adolescents' adjustment. School climate is affected by both the interactions that are established within the classroom, and by the teachers' behaviors. This study has the overall objective of investigating the relationshi...
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Questo lavoro s'interroga sul mondo delle coppie descrivendo e confrontando un campione di coppie che hanno chiesto un intervento psicoterapeutico per problematiche relazionali con un campione di coppie "non cliniche". Nel procedere in questa descrizione e confronto ci siamo avvalsi dello strumentario del Prepare/Enrich un programma di valutazione...
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The negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals’ psychosocial functioning was widely attested during the last year. However, the extent to which individual differences are associated with adaptive and maladaptive outcomes during quarantine in Italy remains largely unexplored. Using a person-oriented approach, the present study explored...
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This study examines associations between parents’ rejection and control, adolescents’ self-efficacy in their regulation of negative emotions, and maladjustment. Path analyses were employed to test (a) whether adolescents’ dysregulation and self-efficacy regarding anger/sadness regulation mediate the relationship between parental rejection/control a...
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Despite several empirical studies on the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic that have highlighted its detrimental effect on individuals’ mental health, the identification of psychological factors that may moderate its impact on individuals’ behavior and well-being remains partly unexplored. The present study was conceived to examine the m...
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Following the global outbreak of COVID-19 in March 2020, individuals report psychological distress associated with the “new normal”—social distancing, financial hardships, and increased responsibilities while working from home. Given the interpersonal nature of stress and coping responses between romantic partners, based on the systemic transaction...
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Introduction The present article describes two interrelated studies that examine gender typicality in young adulthood using a new dual-identity approach. Methods Participants were recruited online from March 2020 to February 2021 and reported their perceived similarity to own- and other-gender peers as a way to assess their gender typicality. In s...
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Psychological Control (PC) interferes with autonomy-related processes in adolescence and has a negative impact on adolescents’ development related to internalizing and externalizing problems. Several scholars suggested that PC can be used differently by mothers and fathers. However, these differences are still understudied and mainly grounded on ma...
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Psychological Control (PC) refers to the control parents exert over their offspring through strategies that limit the psychological and emotional experience of children and adolescents. Although the topic of PC has been largely investigated in the literature, very little is known on the potential differences/similarities in the use of specific psyc...
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The aim of the current study was to adapt and validate the Prejudice Against Immigrants Scale (PAIS) in the Italian context, based on the Prejudice Against Asylum Seekers Scale (PAAS) by Anderson (2018). The validity, reliability, and measurement invariance across gender, age, and educational levels of the scale were assessed through three sources...
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The present study examines parents' self-efficacy about anger regulation and irritability as predictors of harsh parenting and adolescent children's irritability (i.e., mediators), which in turn were examined as predictors of adolescents' externalizing and internalizing problems. Mothers, fathers, and adolescents (N = 1,298 families) from 12 cultur...
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Multidimensional Perceived Self-Efficacy Scale for Children has been developed as an important tool to measure Self-Efficacy in school contexts. The present study assesses the measurement invariance of the MSPSE across two samples of Italian and Colombian adolescents using Multi-sample Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Participants were Italian (N = 56...
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Nearly half of adolescents experience depressive or aggressive symptoms that impair their functioning at some point in adolescence. Experiencing intense difficult emotions and difficulties regulating such emotions may lead to these depressive and aggressive symptoms. However, existing work largely investigates how adolescent emotions at a single ti...
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According to Belsky’s process model of parenting, parents’ personality represents the most important factor influencing parenting and child development. While an extensive literature has empirically corroborated the role of irritability traits in predicting aggressive behaviors in laboratory-based studies, only a few studies have examined the role...
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Singletrait-multistate (STMS) model of mother’s irritability across four time points (unstandardized solution). (DOCX)
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LTS model relating mothers’ irritability and harsh parenting. (DOCX)
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Multitrait-multistate (MTMS) model of mother’s irritability across four time points (unstandardized solution). (DOCX)
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The present study examines whether early adolescents' self-efficacy beliefs about anger regulation mediate the relation between parents' self-efficacy beliefs about anger regulation and early adolescents' internalizing and externalizing problems. Participants were 534 early adolescents (T1: M age = 10.89, SD = .70; 50% female), their mothers (n = 5...
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Intersubjectivity perspective is mainly focused on the relational matrix that occurs in the dyadic open system caregiver-child (Stern, 1995; Beebe, Lachmann, 2015). Intersubjectivity perspective suggests that the origin of mind is dialogic and dyadic with an ongoing emotional coordination of Self with a significant Other. This simultaneous and comp...
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Couple Intersubjectivity can be defined as a mutual adjustment between two individuals who share a relationship and can be considered in a positive dimension as the relational competence to share positive mental and emotional states inside the couple (Chiarolanza, 2005). We aim to create a new measure for couple Intersubjectivity asking about partn...
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La qualità dell’assistenza sanitaria fornita ai pazienti può influenzare la qualità di vita dell’individuo in termini di benessere fisico, psicologico e sociale legato ai bisogni ed alle aspettative durante tutte le fasi del percorso di cura. L’assistenza sanitaria è da intendersi nell’accezione di: accessibilità alle strutture, disponibilità di in...

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Working on effects of Covid-19 as global stress factor on dyadic coping in collaboration with 31 world states
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