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JCU Authors Bibliography

Elisa Puvia

Publications from 2012 on

Bago, Bence, Marton Kovacs, John Protzko, Tamas Nagy, Zoltan Kekecs, Bence Palfi, Matus Adamkovic, et al. 2022. “Situational Factors Shape Moral Judgements in the Trolley Dilemma in Eastern, Southern and Western Countries in a Culturally Diverse Sample.” Nature Human Behaviour 6 (6): 880–95.

Puvia, Elisa, Davide Taibi, and Patrizio Tressoldi. 2022. “The Role of Masked Solutions in the Accuracy of an Insight Problem-Solving Task.Journal of Anomalous Experience and Cognition 2 (1): 144–57.

Puvia, Elisa, Vito Monteleone, Giovanni Fulantelli, and Davide Taibi. 2020. “Facing the Appeal of Social Networks: Methodologies and Tools to Support Students towards a Critical Use of the Web.” In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, edited by H. Chad Lane, Susan Zvacek, and James Uhomoibhi, 1:567–73.

Taibi, Davide, Giovanni Fulantelli, Luca Basteris, Gabriella Rosso, and Elisa Puvia. 2020. “How Do Search Engines Shape Reality? Preliminary Insights from a Learning Experience.” In Emerging Technologies for Education, edited by Elvira Popescu, Tianyong Hao, Ting-Chia Hsu, Marco Temperini, and Wei Chen, 370–77. Springer.

Wollast, Robin, Elisa Puvia, Philippe Bernard, Passagorn Tevichapong, and Olivier Klein. 2018. “How Sexual Objectification Generates Dehumanization in Western and Eastern Cultures. A Comparison Between Belgium and Thailand.Swiss Journal of Psychology 77 (2): 69–82.

Puvia, Elisa. 2017. “Dal reale al virtuale e ritorno: il fenomeno del bullismo. Colloquio con Tiziana Pozzoli.Exagere Rivista, no. 5–6.

Puvia, Elisa. 2016. “Madri d’onore: il ruolo della donna all’interno della famiglia criminale mafiosa.Exagere Rivista, no. 1.

Loughnan, Steve, Silvia Fernandez, Jeroen Vaes, Gulnaz Anjum, Mudassar Aziz, Chika Harada, Elise Holland, Indramani Singh, Elisa Puvia, and Koji Tsuchiya. 2015. “Exploring the Role of Culture in Sexual Objectification: A Seven Nations Study.International Review of Social Psychology 28 (1): 125–52.

Puvia, Elisa, and Jeroen Vaes. 2015. “Promoters Versus Victims of Objectification: Why Women Dehumanize Sexually Objectified Female Targets.Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 28 (1): 63–93.

Loughnan, Steve, Afroditi Pina, Eduardo A. Vasquez, and Elisa Puvia. 2013. “Sexual Objectification Increases Rape Victim Blame and Decreases Perceived Suffering.Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (4): 455–61.

Puvia, Elisa, and Jeroen Vaes. 2013. “Being a Body: Women’s Appearance Related Self-Views and Their Dehumanization of Sexually Objectified Female Targets.Sex Roles 68 (7): 484–95.

Vaes, Jeroen, Steve Loughnan, and Elisa Puvia. 2013. “The Inhuman Body: When Sexual Objectification Becomes Dehumanizing.” In Humanness and Dehumanization, edited by Paul G. Bain, Jeroen Vaes, and Jacques Philippe Leyens, 186–204. Psychology Press.

Loughnan, Steve, Boyka Bratanova, and Elisa Puvia. 2012. “Il paradosso legato al consumo di carne: ovvero, come possiamo amare gli animali e al contempo mangiarli.In-Mind Italia 1: 15–18.