Tiziana Lanciano
Tiziana Lanciano
Univesità di Bari "A. Moro" Dipartimento di Scienze della Formazione, Psicologia, Comunicazione
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Negative emotional experiences arouse rumination and affect working memory capacity.
A Curci, T Lanciano, E Soleti, B Rimé
Emotion 13 (5), 867, 2013
Attachment and dysfunctional rumination: The mediating role of Emotional Intelligence abilities
T Lanciano, A Curci, K Kafetsios, L Elia, VL Zammuner
Personality and individual differences 53 (6), 753-758, 2012
Incremental validity of emotional intelligence ability in predicting academic achievement
T Lanciano, A Curci
The American Journal of Psychology 127 (4), 447-461, 2014
Construct validity of the Italian version of the Mayer–Salovey–Caruso emotional intelligence test (MSCEIT) v2. 0
A Curci, T Lanciano, E Soleti, VL Zammuner, P Salovey
Journal of personality assessment 95 (5), 486-494, 2013
Flashbulb memories of the Pope's resignation: Explicit and implicit measures across differing religious groups
A Curci, T Lanciano, C Maddalena, S Mastandrea, G Sartori
Memory 23 (4), 529-544, 2015
Association between ability emotional intelligence and left insula during social judgment of facial emotions
T Quarto, G Blasi, C Maddalena, G Viscanti, T Lanciano, E Soleti, ...
PLoS One 11 (2), e0148621, 2016
Emotions in the classroom: The role of teachers’ emotional intelligence ability in predicting students’ achievement
A Curci, T Lanciano, E Soleti
The American journal of psychology 127 (4), 431-445, 2014
Does emotions communication ability affect psychological well-being? A study with the Mayer–Salovey–Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) v2. 0
T Lanciano, A Curci
Health communication 30 (11), 1112-1121, 2015
Features of autobiographical memory: Theoretical and empirical issues in the measurement of flashbulb memory
A Curci, T Lanciano
The Journal of general psychology 136 (2), 129-152, 2009
Type or dimension? A taxometric investigation of flashbulb memories
T Lanciano, A Curci
Memory 20 (2), 177-188, 2012
The emotional and reconstructive determinants of emotional memories: An experimental approach to flashbulb memory investigation
T Lanciano, A Curci, GR Semin
Memory 18 (5), 473-485, 2010
Do automatic mental associations detect a flashbulb memory?
T Lanciano, A Curci, S Mastandrea, G Sartori
Memory 21 (4), 482-493, 2013
Individual differences in work-related well-being: The role of attachment style
T Lanciano, VL Zammuner
PsychOpen, 2014
Una misura disposizionale della ruminazione depressiva: la RRS di Nolen-Hoeksema e Morrow
R Palmieri, A Gapsarre, T Lanciano
Psychofenia: Ricerca ed Analisi Psicologica, 15-33, 2007
What is over and above psychopathy? The role of ability emotional intelligence in predicting criminal behavior
A Curci, C Cabras, T Lanciano, E Soleti, C Raccis
Psychiatry, psychology and law 24 (1), 139-151, 2017
Balancing emotional processing with ongoing cognitive activity: The effects of task modality on intrusions and rumination
A Curci, E Soleti, T Lanciano, V Doria, B Rimé
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1275, 2015
Does talking about emotions influence eyewitness memory? The role of emotional vs. factual retelling on memory accuracy
E Soleti, A Curci, A Bianco, T Lanciano
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 8 (4), 632-640, 2012
What impact does an angry context have upon us? The effect of anger on functional connectivity of the right insula and superior temporal gyri
V Mazzola, G Arciero, L Fazio, T Lanciano, B Gelao, T Popolizio, ...
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10, 109, 2016
“I Knew It Would Happen... And I Remember It!”: The Flashbulb Memory for the Death of Pope John Paul II
T Lanciano, A Curci, E Soleti
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 9 (2), 220-230, 2013
Memory for emotional events: The accuracy of central and peripheral details
T Lanciano, A Curci
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 7 (2), 323-336, 2011
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