Laura Di Giunta

Laura Di Giunta
Assistant Professor of Personality Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome

Laura Di Giunta is an assistant professor of Personality Psychology at the Psychology Department, Sapienza University of Rome, and a principal investigator at the Interuniversity Center for Research on Genesis and Development of Prosocial and Antisocial Motivations, Sapienza University of Rome. Di Giunta studies the continuity and change of individual differences that predict youths’ psychological (mal)adjustment, accounting for socialization factors (e.g., parenting), especially in regard to emotion regulation and social competence. Di Giunta is a 2016­-2018 Jacobs Foundation Research Fellow.


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