Marco Brambilla is Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Milano-Bicocca and Director of the Social Perception and Cognition Lab. He received his MSc in Psychology from the University of Milano-Bicocca and his PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Bologna. Broadly, his research focuses on social perception, social cognition, and intergroup relations. Specifically, most of his work examines the role of morality in the impression-formation process and in shaping person perception, stereotypes, prejudice, and emotions. He additionally examines how we use facial cues to form impressions of others and how stereotypes and prejudice affect social behavior.
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Trustwortiness and Threat Pupils and Approach Embodied Morality Morality and Social Judgment