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Giulia Luoni

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

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Giulia Luoni

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Giulia Luoni received a Master’s degree in Psychology for Organization: HR, marketing and communication at the University of the Sacred Heart of Milano, Italy, in 2019. After that, she worked as a research assistant at the University of Hertfordshire working on international projects involving teachers’ as well as HR practitioners’ wellbeing. Her passion is to apply the psychological tools and methods, whether qualitative or quantitative to interdisciplinary fields, in fact, she is interested in studying the behaviors, perceptions, attitudes and emotions of people within different contexts or situations. In April 2020 she joined the Winton Centre where her research primarily focuses on exploring people’s risk perception and on the basis of it how to best communicate risk information, in particular earthquake risk-related information.

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