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Stefano Federici

Biography of Stefano Federici

I am a religious person, but not a believer. I feel I share the “human universal” of a constant search for meaning1. As humans we evolved “constraints” to look for a meaning for our existence and, like a domesticated fox, I too look for meaning in the golden color of a wheat field in the memory of an encounter2. But I do not believe in any content of faith, though I was educated and trained in the Roman Catholic religion and, as a Doctor of Theology, I taught Catholic theology.

I love doing research that satisfies my curiosity to learn and have new experiences.

From 1995 to 1998, I was an adjunct professor at the Pontifical Faculty of Educational Sciences «Auxilium» in Rome. My teaching on the religious and sexual education of people with disabilities and the fight against pedophilia in the Roman Church led to my removal.

From 1998 to 2000, I lived in the United States, where I contributed to the understanding of feminist theology and sexual abuse and the condition of women in the Christian environment3, with reference to the patriarchal structures of Biblical and post-Biblical Judaic society and reform movements against kyriarchal sex/gender systems4, according to the approach of the critical feminist liberation movement5.

Returning to Rome in 2000 and unable to teach at pontifical universities because of my research on clergy sexual abuse, I began to collaborate with the University of Lecce as a research fellow in psychology and with the Sapienza University of Rome as a contract professor, teaching “Assistive technology for the integration of disabilities” in the Faculty of Psychology.

In 2005, I became Associate Professor of General Psychology at the University of Perugia, and having obtained the National Scientific Qualification, was qualified to a professorship in 2017.

In the same year, I was designated (by decree of the rector) representative of the University of Perugia on the Scientific Board of the Interuniversity Research Center on Cognitive Processing in Natural and Artificial Systems (ECONA)6.

In 2003, I became one of the founders of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Disability and Technologies for Autonomy (CIRID) at the Sapienza University of Rome.

I have initiated numerous national and international research projects, attracting hundreds of thousands of euros.

My training and research as a philosopher, theologian, special educator, and experimentalist psychologist is interdisciplinary and concerns two main scientific macro fields: technology and human sciences. In the former, I work on assistive technologies in collaboration with the Institute for Matching Person & Technology (Webster, USA)7. I have worked on web sonification, brain-computer interfaces, eye tracking, exoskeletons, chatbots, and user experience and usability in human-computer interaction. In the latter, I deal with the cognitive and behavioral processes of people with and without disabilities in the areas of sexuality, gender violence, gender attribution, cognitive representations and models of disability, evolutionary psychology and the architecture of mind, cognitive impairment (Alzheimer’s), and specific learning disorders.

The research projects I have directed or collaborated on have allowed me to collaborate with researchers and scientists in theology, engineering, computer science, statistics, the sociology of religion, geriatrics, and psychology.

 

 Note

 1 Brown, D. E. (1991). Human Universals. McGraw-Hill.

2 Saint-Exupéry, A. d. (1993). Il piccolo principe [The Little Prince] (N. Bregoli, Trans.). Bompiani.

3 Adams, C. J., & Fortune, M. M. (Eds.). (1995). Violence Against Women and Children: A Christian Theological Sourcebook. Continuum; Fortune, M. M. (1987). Keeping the Faith: Questions and Answers for the Abused Woman. HarperCollins; Schüssler Fiorenza, E. (1994b). La violenza contro le donne. Introduzione [Violence against women. Introduction.]. Concilium, 30(2), 11-34.

4 Schüssler Fiorenza, E. (Ed.). (1994a). In Memory of Her: A Feminist Theological Reconstruction of Christian Origins. Crossroad; Schüssler Fiorenza, E. (1994b). La violenza contro le donne. Introduzione [Violence against women. Introduction.]. Concilium, 30(2), 11-34.

5 E.g., Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Marie M. Fortune, Rita Nakashima Brock, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Letty M. Russel, Jane Shaberg, and Uta Ranke-Heinemann.

6  https://web.uniroma1.it/econa/

7  https://sites.google.com/view/matchingpersontechnology/home

 

Personal information:

  • Pronouns: They/Them or He/Him

  • Date of birth: 23 February 1960

  • Nationality: Italian

  • Home address: Strada Perugia Ponte Valleceppi, 16, 06126, Perugia, Italy

  • Telephone: +39 (347) 376 9497

  • E‐mail: stefano.federici @ unipg.it

     

    Current position

  • University of Perugia: Associate Professor of “General Psychology” and “Psychology of the functioning, disability, and health”, Department of Philosophy, Social & Human Sciences and Education; lecturer in “Psychology of aging”, post‐graduate School in Geriatrics, Department of Medicine, University of Perugia.

  • Since July 26th, 2017: National Scientific Qualification to Full Professor.

  • Member of the Italian Order of Psychologists, n. 731 of the 23/02/2007.

  • Member of the College of Teachers of Doctoral (PhD) course [DOT1326K5A] “PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE” at Sapienza University of Rome.

     

    Current Directions of or Responsibility for Research at Research and Educational Institutions

  • Since 2014, Scientific guarantor of the Expressive Gestalt Psychotherapy Institute (IPGE) and of the Four‐year Training Program in Gestalt Psychotherapy.

  • Since 2017, Representative of the University of Perugia designated by Rector’s decree in the Scientific Board of the Interuniversity Research Center on Cognitive Processing in Natural and Artificial Systems (ECONA).

  • Since 2017, Scientific guarantor of the Puglia Gestalt Institute (IGP) and lecturer at the Four‐ year Training Program in Gestalt Psychotherapy.

  • Since 2019, Scientific director of Myèsis, Research and Development Company, Rome, Italy.

     

    Scientific responsibility for funded research projects

  • Title: Matching Aid and Person (MAP): Analysis, evaluation and optimization of models of assignment and reuse of assistive technology. Funded by the Umbria Region – Projects aimed at the Health Care with DD 1494/2010 for an amount of 34,000 euros. Duration 1 year.

  • Title: VITA – Visualization of Information and Assistive Technologies. Funded by the Umbria Region with DGR n° 328/2013 for an amount of 100,000 euros. Duration 2 years.

  • Title: Cultural Epidemiology Research on the factors that determine cultural differences in the perception of objects and contexts and in the use of dialectical proverbs. Funded by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia. Project code: 2009.010.0344 for an amount of 15,000 euros. Duration 2 years.

  • Title: PA++, For a more mobile and usable Public Administration: Design and usability evaluation of the PA websites and online services on mobile devices. Funded by the Ministry of Economic Development, Italy, on 22/09/2015, for an amount of 100,000 euros. Duration 2 years.

  • Title: eGLU‐box PA: A Semi‐automatic Usability Evaluation Tool for Public Administrations. Funded by the Ministry of Economic Development, Italy, on 22/12/2017, for an amount of 100,000 euros. Duration 2 years.

  • Title: eGLU‐box PA PRO: A Semi‐automatic Usability Evaluation Tool for Public Administrations. Funded by the Ministry of Economic Development, Italy, on 06/08/2019, for an amount of 100,000 euros. Duration 2 years.

  • Title: Job‐satisfying: Assessing the perceived quality of the environment and work technologies, under smart‐working conditions of public administration (PA) employees: Pilot survey. Funded by the Ministry of Economic Development, Italy, on 06/08/2019, for an amount of 25,000 euros. Duration 6 months.

     

    Education

    • 1985 – Bachelor of Theology (Magna cum Laude.) Pontificae Gregorian University of Rome.

    • 1987 – Bachelor of Science Education (Magna cum Laude.) Pontificae Salesian University of Rome.

    • 1992 – Diploma in Theology (Summa cum Laude) Pontificae Salesian University of Rome.

    • 1993 – Bachelor+Master in Philosophy (110/110 cum Laude) Sapienza University of Rome.

    • 1996 – Research Doctorate in Theology (Magna cum Laude) Pontificae Salesian University of Rome.

    • 1998 – Research Doctorate in Special Education University of Rome ”Roma‐Tre”.

    • 2000 – Winner of Research Grant at the University of Lecce for the S.S.D. M11A

    • 2005 – Bachelor+Master in Psychology (Summa cum Laude) Pontificae Salesian University of Rome.

     

    Current and past other scientific activities

  • From 2005 to 2011, Participation in the College of Teachers of Doctoral (PhD) course [DOT0326974] “COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AND PERSONALITY” Sapienza University of Rome.

  • From 2011 to 2019 and from 2021 to present, Participation in the College of Teachers of Doctoral (PhD) course [DOT1326K5A] “PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE” Sapienza University of Rome.

  • From 2019 to 2021, Participation in the College of Teachers of Doctoral (PhD) course [DOT19RS8SB] “ETHICS OF COMMUNICATION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION” University of Perugia.

  • Since 2001, Sapienza University of Rome: Professor of “Assistive Technology for the integration of disabilities” at the Faculty of Psychology – until 2010.

  • In 2003, Founder of “Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Disability and Technologies for Autonomy” (CIRID ‐ Research Center of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”).

  • Since 2014, lecturer at the New European Association for Therapeutic Arts.

  • Since 2016, member (ID: 181) of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE).

  • Since 2003, member of the Scientific Committee of the International Conference on Space Cognition (ICSC).

  • Since 2005, member of the editorial board of the International Journal “Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology”.

  • Since 2010, member of the editorial board of the International Journal “Cognitive Processing”.

  • Since 2014, Academic editor of “PLOS ONE”.

  • Since 2018 , Academic editor of “Innovations in Rehabilitation Research”.

  • Since 2018, member of editorial board member of the Scholarly Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences (SJPBS).

  • Since 2018, member of editorial board member of the International Journal Continuity in Education.

     

    Research Main Topics

  • Cognitive psychology: religion, sexuality, computer science, disability, perception, emotions, implicit processes.

  • Evolutionary psychology: religion, sexuality, emotions, disability.

  • Assistive Technology: models of AT service delivery, human factors, measurements.

  • Human‐Computer Interaction: User experience and usability, sonification, measurements.

  • Disability: Sexuality, cognitive representations, models of, classifications, measurements.

  • Sexuality: Gender attribution, alternative sexuality, sexual behavior, measurements.

 

Publications

 

Bibliometrics

Data from Scopus: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=8595217000

Data from Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.it/citations?hl=it&user=zHle7-AAAAAJ

 

Books

  1. Federici, S., & Scherer, M. J. (Eds.). (2018a). Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed.). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411.

  2. Federici, S., Corsi, V., & Locatelli, M. E. (2014). Asino chi non legge? Riconoscere e gestire i disturbi specifici di apprendimento [Donkey Who Does not Read? Recognize and Manage Specific Learning Disorders]. Pearson. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1662.0561

  3. Borsci, S., Kurosu, M., Federici, S., & Mele, M. L. (2013). Computer systems experiences of users with and without disabilities: An evaluation guide for professionals. CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b15619‐1

  4. Federici, S., & Scherer, M. J. (Eds.). (2013c). Manuale di valutazione delle tecnologie assistive (A. Stella, Trans.). Pearson. http://hpe.pearson.it/opera‐4610‐40‐s.federici_m.scherer‐ manuale_di_valutazione_delle_tecnologie_assistive‐9788865181362 (Assistive Technology Assessment Handbook).

  5. Federici, S., & Scherer, M. J. (Eds.). (2012a). Assistive technology assessment handbook (1st ed.). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b11821.

  6. Federici, S. (2002). Sessualità alterabili. Indagine sulle influenze socioambientali nello sviluppo della sessualità di persone con disabilità in italia [Alter‐able sexuality: Survey of socio‐environmental influences in the development of the sexuality of people with disability in Italy]. Kappa. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.3497.0644

    Journal Articles

  7. Federici, S., Balboni, G., Buracchi, A., Barbanera, F., & Pierini, A. (under review). WHODAS–child: Contribution to the Italian adaptation of the world health organization disability assessment schedule 2.0 for child and youth. Disability and Rehabilitation.

  8. Federici, S., Lepri, A., Bacci, S., & Bartolucci, F. (under review). Thinking it’s a man rather than a woman is more likely and quicker, ceteris paribus. The Journal of Sex Research.

  9. Federici, S., Lepri, A., & D’Urzo, E. (under review). Gender attribution: When the penis makes the difference. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

  10. Federici, S., & Profidia, V. (under review). Evolved mechanisms of avoidance of disease and the implicit cognition of apparent disability. Cognitive Processing.

  11. Federici, S., Lepri, A., Castellani Mencarelli, A., Zingone, E., De Leonibus, R., Acocella, A. M., & Giammaria, A. (2021, preprint). The sexual experience of Italian adults during the covid‐19 lockdown. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/s9muj

  12. Federici, S., Lepri, A., Castellani Mencarelli, A., Zingone, E., De Leonibus, R., Acocella, A. M., Giammaria, A., Devi Roy, T., & Micoli, M. (2021). Raw data about the sexual experience of Italian adults during the covid‐19 lockdown. Researchgate.net. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.25704.60165

  13. Federici, S., Scherer, M. J., & Ehrlich‐Jones, L. (2021). Measurement characteristics and clinical utility of the assistive technology device predisposition assessment (ATD PA) among mixed patient populations. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 102(4), 805–806. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2020.11.007

  14. Capurso, M., Federici, S., Palomba, R., & D’Urzo, E. (2020). Pornography use, sexual behaviours, and emotional intelligence in Italian adolescents. PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE(2), 71–96. https://doi.org/10.3280/PDS2020‐002004

  15. Federici, S., Artegiani, F., Diotallevi, D., Caruso, G., & Castellani Mencarelli, A. (2020c). Spplementary materials to psychological sexual health of people with paraplegia. Reserchgate.net. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.14481.38241

  16. Federici, S., De Filippis, M. L., Mele, M. L., Borsci, S., Bracalenti, M., Gaudino, G., Cocco, A., Amendola, M., & Simonetti, E. (2020). Inside pandora’s box: A systematic review of the assessment of the perceived quality of chatbots for people with disabilities or special needs. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 15(7), 832‐837. https://doi.org/10.1080/17483107.2020.1775313

  17. Federici, S., De Leonibus, R., Lepri, A., Castellani Mencarelli, A., Zingone, E., Acocella, A. M., Devi Roy, T., Micoli, M., & Giammaria, A. (2020a). Tra eros e thanatos: Il vissuto sessuale di giovani adulti italiani durante la quarantena (lockdown). Executive summary. La mente che cura, 6(8), 61–66. https://www.ordinepsicologiumbria.it/wp‐content/uploads/2017/06/numero‐8‐2020‐low‐1.pdf

  18. Federici, S., De Leonibus, R., Lepri, A., Castellani Mencarelli, A., Zingone, E., Acocella, A. M., Devi Roy, T., Micoli, M., & Giammaria, A. (2020b). Tra eros e thanatos: Il vissuto sessuale di giovani adulti italiani durante la quarantena (lockdown). Report finale. Researchgate.net. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.13361.61285

  19. Federici, S., Lepri, A., & D’Urzo, E. (2020). Adult gender attribution test data: Raw data and spss regression outputs. ResearchGate. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.30722.91840

  20. Federici, S., Valenzano, E., Mele, M. L., & Corradi, F. (2020). Towards a successful match between user and assistive technology: A correlational study on user’s satisfaction, perceived effectiveness, and psychosocial impact of an assistive solution. Life Span and Disability, 23, 95–97. http://www.lifespanjournal.it/client/abstract/ENG365_Appendix_Short%20Papers2.pdf

  21. Borsci, S., Federici, S., Malizia, A., & De Filippis, M. L. (2019). Shaking the usability tree: Why usability is not a dead end, and a constructive way forward. Behaviour & Information Technology, 38(5), 519–532. https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929x.2018.1541255

  22. Federici, S. (2019). Standardizing the procedures, improving our listening to the needs of the individual user. Technology and Disability, 31(s1), 51. https://doi.org/10.3233/tad‐190004

  23. Federici, S., Artegiani, F., Pigliautile, M., Antonelli, P., Diotallevi, D., Ritacco, I., & Maschke, R. (2019). Enhancing psychological sexual health of people with spinal cord injury and their partners in an Italian unipolar spinal unit: A pilot data study. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 754. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00754

  24. Federici, S., Valenzano, E., Mele, M. L., & Corradi, F. (2019). Towards a successful match between user and assistive technology: A correlational study on user’s satisfaction, perceived effectiveness, and psychosocial impact of an assistive solution. Technology and Disability, 31(s1), 170–171. https://doi.org/10.3233/tad‐190011

  25. Pigliautile, M., Chiesi, F., Stablum, F., Rossetti, S., Primi, C., Chiloiro, D., Federici, S., & Mecocci, P. (2019). Italian version and normative data of addenbrooke’s cognitive examination iii. International Psychogeriatrics, 31(2), 241–249. https://doi.org/10.1017/S104161021800073X

  26. Pigliautile, M., Delicati, F., Cecchetti, R., Bastiani, P., Scamosci, M., Cesarini, S., Menculini, G., Longo, A., Mecocci, P., & Federici, S. (2019). Music therapy effects in people with dementia. Scholarly Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 134–147. https://doi.org/10.32474/SJPBS.2019.02.000132

  27. Rajeziesfahani, S., Federici, S., Bacci, S., Meloni, F., Bartolucci, F., Zahiroddin, A., Shams, J., & Noorbakhsh, S. (2019). Validity of the 36‐item persian (farsi) version of the world health organization disability assessment schedule (WHODAS) 2.0. International Journal of Mental Health, 48(1), 14–39. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207411.2019.1568172

  28. Federici, S., Bracalenti, M., Meloni, F., & Luciano, J. V. (2017). World health organization disability assessment schedule 2.0: An international systematic review. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39(23), 2347–2380. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2016.1223177

  29. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Catarinella, A., & Mazzeschi, C. (2017). Models of disability in children’s pretend play: Measurement of cognitive representations and affective expression using the affect in play scale. Frontiers in Psychology, 8(794), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00794

  30. Federici, S., & Borsci, S. (2016). Providing assistive technology in italy: The perceived delivery process quality as affecting abandonment. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 11(1), 22–31. https://doi.org/10.3109/17483107.2014.930191

  31. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Borsci, S. (2016a). The abandonment of assistive technology in italy: A survey of users of the national health service. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 52(4), 516–526. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26784731

  32. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Borsci, S. (2016b). How much does abandonment of assistive technology cost italy’s national health service? Atlas of Science. Retrieved April 15, 2021, from http://atlasofscience.org/how‐much‐does‐abandonment‐of‐assistive‐technology‐cost‐italys‐ national‐health‐service/

  33. Meloni, F., Federici, S., Orlandi, V., Pennacchia, M., Aschelter, V., Polini, F., Gorio, R., & Carbonelli,

    M. G. (2016). The relationship between functioning, disability and binge eating disorder in a sample of patients candidates for bariatric surgery. Eating and Weight Disorders, 21(3), 546. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40519‐016‐0308‐2

  34. Borsci, S., Federici, S., Bacci, S., Gnaldi, M., & Bartolucci, F. (2015). Assessing user satisfaction in the era of user experience: Comparison of the sus, umux and umux‐lite as a function of product experience. International Journal of Human‐Computer Interaction, 31(8), 484–495. https://doi.org/10.1080/10447318.2015.1064648

  35. Federici, S., Corradi, F., Meloni, F., Borsci, S., Mele, M. L., Dandini de Sylva, S., & Scherer, M. J. (2015). Successful assistive technology service delivery outcomes from applying a person‐centered systematic assessment process: A case study. Life Span and Disability, 18(1), 41–74. http://www.lifespanjournal.it/client/abstract/ENG290_2.%20Federici.pdf

  36. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Bracalenti, M., & De Filippis, M. L. (2015). The effectiveness of powered, active lower limb exoskeletons in neurorehabilitation: A systematic review. NeuroRehabilitation, 37(3), 321–340. https://doi.org/10.3233/NRE‐151265

  37. Liberati, G., Federici, S., & Pasqualotto, E. (2015). Extracting neurophysiological signals reflecting users' emotional and affective responses to bci use: A systematic literature review. NeuroRehabilitation, 37(3), 341–358. https://doi.org/10.3233/NRE‐151266

  38. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Dennis, J. L. (2015). Parents’ education shapes, but does not originate, the disability representations of their children. PLOS ONE, 10(6), e0128876. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0128876

  39. Pasqualotto, E., Matuz, T., Federici, S., Ruf, C. A., Bartl, M., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Birbaumer, N., & Halder, S. (2015). Usability and workload of access technology for people with severe motor impairment: A comparison of brain‐computer interfacing and eye tracking. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 29(10), 950–957. https://doi.org/10.1177/1545968315575611

  40. Pigliautile, M., Chiesi, F., Rossetti, S., Conestabile della Staffa, M., Ricci, M., Federici, S., Chiloiro, D., Primi, C., & Mecocci, P. (2015). Normative data for the ace‐r in an Italian population sample. Neurological Sciences, 36(12), 2185–2190. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072‐015‐2330‐y

  41. Pigliautile, M., Federici, S., Delicati, F., Cecchetti, R., Bastiani, P., Scamosci, M., Cesarini, S., Menculini, G., Passeri, C., Marcacci, M. G., Longo, A., & Mecocci, P. (2015). Musicalmente: Sviluppo di un paradigma per la valutazione dell’efficacia della musicoterapia nel trattamento della demenza. ISTISAN Congressi, 15(C6), 72–73. http://www.iss.it/binary/publ/cont/15_C6.pdf

  42. Scherer, M. J., & Federici, S. (2015). Why people use and don’t use technologies: Introduction to the special issue on assistive technologies for cognition/cognitive support technologies NeuroRehabilitation, 37(3), 315–319. https://doi.org/10.3233/NRE‐151264

  43. Dennis, J. L., Federici, S., Stella, A., & Hünefeldt, T. (2014). Monolithic western mind? Effect of fear of isolation on context sensitivity in us americans, italians and chinese. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 14(3–4), 287–304. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685373‐12342126

  44. Federici, S. (2014a). Prima di farlo udire, ascoltalo: L’abbandono delle protesi acustiche in italia. I luoghi della cura, 12(4), 22–25.

  45. Federici, S. (2014b). Savant but not idiot: Perché l'arteterapia ci restituisce un talento. Nuove Arti Terapie, 7(23‐24), 3–13.

  46. Federici, S., Corradi, F., Meloni, F., Borsci, S., Mele, M. L., Dandini de Sylva, S., & Scherer, M. J. (2014). A person‐centered assistive technology service delivery model: A framework for device selection and assignment. Life Span and Disability, 17(2), 175–198. http://www.lifespanjournal.it/client/abstract/ENG285_Federici%20et%20al.pdf

  47. Federici, S., Scherer, M. J., & Borsci, S. (2014). An ideal model of an assistive technology assessment and delivery process. Technology and Disability, 26(1), 27–38. https://doi.org/10.3233/TAD‐140402

  48. Mele, M. L., Federici, S., & Dennis, J. L. (2014). Believing is seeing: Fixation duration predicts implicit negative attitudes. PLOS ONE, 9(8), e105106. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0105106

  49. Pigliautile, M., Mecocci, P., Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2014a). Per la creazione di linee guida sulla valutazione cognitiva dell’anziano. Psicogeriatria, 9(3), 14–25.

  50. Federici, S., & Gaggioli, C. (2013). L’aiuto che vale. iS – Imparare Sempre, 4, 121–126.

  51. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2013a). Arte tra mente e corpo: Un processo estetico di cura. Nuove Arti Terapie, 6(19), 4–6. http://www.nuoveartiterapie.net/2013/03/18/nuove‐artiterapie‐numero‐19‐ abstract/

  52. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Borsci, S. (2013). Assistive technology use and satisfaction questionnaire (atusq) for telephone interview https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280942287_Assistive_Technology_Use_and_Satisfacti on_Questionnaire_(ATUSQ)_for_Telephone_Interview

  53. Federici, S., & Corradi, F. (2012). Atufs 1.1. Italian version. Follow‐up sull’uso della tecnologia assistiva per la mobilità (a 24 mesi). Retrieved Jun 17, 2015, from http://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.4014.0963

  54. Federici, S., De Luca, E., & Corradi, F. (2012). Atufs 1.1. Italian version. Follow‐up sull’uso della tecnologia assistiva per ict (a 12 e 24 mesi). Retrieved Jun 17, 2015, from http://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1261.5840

  55. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2012a). Cognitive constraints underlying models of disability: A new paradigm in disability study. APPAC Archives, 19(1–2), 10–11. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  56. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2012c). Modelli dell’identità sessuale: Tra natura e cultura [Models of Sexual Identity: Between Nature and Nurture]. Lifelong Lifewide Learning, 8(19), 1–8. http://rivista.edaforum.it/numero19/monografico_federici_meloni.html

  57. Federici, S., Stella, A., Pecorari, D., & Meloni, F. (2012). L’inserimento scolastico dell’alunno con disabilità: I dati ministeriali dal 1989 al 2010. Psicologia e Scuola, 32(19), 49–56.

  58. Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2012b). Gaze and eye‐tracking solutions for psychological research.

    Cognitive Processing, 13(Suppl 1), S261–265. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐012‐0499‐z

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  62. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Stella, A. (2012b). Implicit and explicit attitudes of professional caregivers toward sexuality of disabled users. APPAC Archives, 19(1–2), 10.

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  63. Meloni, F., Federici, S., Stella, A., & Pecorari, D. (2012b). Between inclusion and integration of disabled students among Italian schools. APPAC Archives, 19(1–2), 11.

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  66. Scherer, M. J., Federici, S., Tiberio, L., Pigliautile, M., Corradi, F., & Meloni, F. (2012). ICF core set for matching older adults with dementia and technology. Ageing International, 37(4), 414–440. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12126‐010‐9093‐9

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  68. Federici, S., Stella, A., Dennis, J. L., & Hünefeldt, T. (2011). West vs. West like east vs. West? A comparison between Italian and us american context sensitivity and fear of isolation. Cognitive Processing, 12(2), 203–208. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐010‐0374‐8

  69. Mele, M. L., Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2011a). Searching by hearing: Neutralising visuocentric barriers to blind people’s access to spatial information representation. APPAC Archives, 18(2), 14. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  70. Meloni, F., Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2011b). The minority of minorities: Homophobia and disability in scientific literature. APPAC Archives, 18(2), 14.

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  71. Pasqualotto, E., Simonetta, A., Gnisci, V., Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2011). Toward a usability evaluation of bcis. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism, 13(3), 121–122. http://ijbem.k.hosei.ac.jp/2006‐/volume13/number3/2011_v13_no3_121‐122.pdf

  72. Pigliautile, M., Ricci, M., Mioshi, E., Ercolani, S., Mangialasche, F., Monastero, R., Croce, M. F., Federici, S., & Mecocci, P. (2011). Validation study of the Italian addenbrooke’s cognitive examination revised in a young‐old and old‐old population. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 32(5), 301–307. https://doi.org/10.1159/000334657

  73. Stella, A., Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2011). Barriere sociali e diritti delle persone disabili in materia sessuale. Diritto e Religioni, 6(1), 413–456.

  74. Delogu, F., Palmiero, M., Federici, S., Zhao, H., Plaisant, C., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2010). Non‐ visual exploration of geographic maps: Does sonification help? Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 5(3), 164–174. https://doi.org/10.3109/17483100903100277

  75. Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Mele, M. L. (2010). Usability evaluation with screen reader users: A video presentation of the pcta’s experimental setting and rules. Cognitive Processing, 11(3), 285–288. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐010‐0365‐9

  76. Federici, S., Borsci, S., Mele, M. L., & Stamerra, G. (2010). Web popularity: An illusory perception of a qualitative order in information. Universal Access in the Information Society, 9(4), 375–386. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209‐009‐0179‐7

  77. Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Stamerra, G. (2010a). Erratum to: Web usability evaluation with screen reader users: Implementation of the partial concurrent thinking aloud technique. Cognitive Processing, 11(3), 273–273. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐010‐0358‐8

  78. Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Stamerra, G. (2010b). Web usability evaluation with screen reader users: Implementation of the partial concurrent thinking aloud technique. Cognitive Processing, 11(3), 263– 272. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐009‐0347‐y

  79. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2010a). A note on the theoretical framework of world health organization disability assessment schedule ii. Disability and Rehabilitation, 32(8), 687–691. https://doi.org/10.3109/09638280903290012

  80. Borsci, S., Federici, S., & Lauriola, M. (2009). On the dimensionality of the system usability scale (sus): A test of alternative measurement models. Cognitive Processing, 10(3), 193–197. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐009‐0268‐9

  81. Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Meloni, F. (2009). Le misure dell’usabilità: Studio sulle caratteristiche psicometriche del quis e del sumi nella versione italiana [The measures of usability: Study on the psychometric features of the Italian versions of QUIS and SUMI]. Giornale di Psicologia, 3(2), 164–

    173. http://giornaledipsicologia.it/gdp/gdp.2009.2/GiornaleDiPsicologia.2009.2.pdf

  82. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2009). Making decisions and judgments on disability: The disability representation of parents, teachers, and special needs educators. Journal of Education, Informatics and Cybernetics, 1(3), 20–26. http://www.journaleic.com/article/view/3440/2491

  83. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Lo Presti, A. (2009a). International literature review on WHODAS ii (world health organization disability assessment schedule ii). Life Span and Disability, 12(1), 83–110. http://www.lifespanjournal.it/client/abstract/ENG132_XII_1_2009%20pdf.6.pdf

  84. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Lo Presti, A. (2009b). Rassegna della letteratura internazionale sulla WHODAS ii (scheda per la valutazione della disabilità dell’organizzazione mondiale della sanità). Life Span and Disability, 12(1), 75–106.

  85. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Mancini, A., Lauriola, M., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2009). World health organization disability assessment schedule ii: Contribution to the Italian validation. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31(7), 553–564. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638280802240498

  86. Federici, S., & Stella, A. (2009). Cosa nella mente umana rende possibile la conversione religiosa?

    Diritto e Religioni, 3(1), 69–90.

  87. Rugo, A., Mele, M. L., Liotta, G., Trotta, F., Di Giacomo, E., Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2009a). A visual sonificated web search clustering engine. Cognitive Processing, 10(Suppl 2), S286–289. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐009‐0317‐4

  88. Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2008). Dall’interazione utente‐tecnologia alla valutazione dell’usabilità: Una rassegna sullo stato dell’arte dei metodi e delle normative. Giornale di Psicologia, 2(3), 233–253. https://doi.org/http://giornaledipsicologia.it/gdp/gdp.2008.3/GiornaleDiPsicologia.2008.3.pdf

  89. Federici, S., Borsci, S., Mele, M. L., & Stamerra, G. (2008). Global rank: Tra popolarità e qualità dei siti web [Global Rank: between popularity and quality of web sites]. Psicotech, 6(1), 7–23. https://doi.org/10.1400/113633

  90. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Brogioni, A., & Lo Presti, A. (2008). The disability models in the perspective of parents, teachers, and special needs educators: A qualitative data analysis. Open Education Journal, 1(1), 37–48. https://doi.org/10.2174/1874920800801010037

  91. Giordan, G., Oviedo, L., & Federici, S. (2008). Cattolicesimo e pluralismo culturale: Un confronto tra italia e stati uniti. Antonianum, 82(2), 247–277. http://www.antonianum.eu/prof_bibliografiaViewnota.php?id=294

  92. Federici, S. (2007b). Politiche di un desiderio inespresso: Modelli di disabilità e educazione sessuale [Policy of an untold desire: Models of disability and sexual education]. FinestrAperta(7–8), 20–21.

  93. Federici, S. (2007c). Religione: Cultura, mente e cervello. Nuove prospettive in psicologia della religione. Religioni e Società, 22(58), 123–124. https://doi.org/10.1400/73713

  94. Federici, S., & Giordan, G. (2007). Cattolicesimi a confronto. Note metodologiche su uno studio pilota. Religioni e Società, 22(57), 91–99. https://doi.org/10.1400/68036

  95. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Santangelo, V., Botta, F., & Federici, S. (2007). Are vertical meridian effects due to audio‐visual interference? A new confirmation with deaf subjects. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29(10), 797–804. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638280600919780

  96. Basso, D., Federici, S., Hünefeldt, T., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2006). Special issue on “icsc 2006 – international conference on spatial cognition: Dynamics in spatial interactions”. Cognitive Processing, 7(Suppl 5), 1–188. Biblioteca

  97. Delogu, F., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Palmiero, M., Pasqualotto, E., Zhao, H., Plaisant, C., & Federici,

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  98. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Brogioni, A., & Lo Presti, A. (2006). Analisi qualitativa assistita dal software atlas.Ti dei modelli di disabilità: La prospettiva di genitori, insegnanti e educatori professionali. [qualitative analysis of disability models: The perspectives of parents, teachers and professional educators]. Life Span and Disability, 9(2), 197–224. http://www.lifespan.it/client/abstract/ITA35_ric4.pdf

  99. Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2006). Un difficile accordo tra prevenzione e promozione secondo il modello biopsicosociale della disabilità [A difficult agreement between prevention and promotion according to the biopsychosocial model of disability]. Psicologia clinica dello sviluppo, 10(2), 330–334. https://doi.org/10.1449/22608

  100. Federici, S., Micangeli, A., Ruspantini, I., Borgianni, S., Corradi, F., Pasqualotto, E., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2005). Checking an integrated model of web accessibility and usability evaluation for disabled people. Disability and Rehabilitation, 27(13), 781–790. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638280400014766

  101. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., & Federici, S. (2005a). Spatial cognition. Disability and Rehabilitation, 27(13), 729. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638280400014758

  102. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., & Federici, S. (2005b). Special issue on "space and disability".

    Disability and Rehabilitation, 27(13), 729–790.

  103. Federici, S., Caggiano, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2003). Personal and environmental factors interacting with disability: Application of the ICF‐checklist on a group of guatemala street urchins. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 58–59.

  104. Federici, S., Micangeli, A., Ruspantini, I., Borgianni, S., Corradi, F., Pasqualotto, E., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2003). Accessibility and usability evaluation of the help desk web page for student with disability in the university of rome “la sapienza” web site. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 31–32. Biblioteca

  105. Micangeli, A., Benedetti, M., & Federici, S. (2003). “Enabling manager technology”, the approach of the international classification of functioning and health in school environment. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 50–51.

  106. Micangeli, A., & Federici, S. (2003). Expert on web environment: An experimental distance learning course. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 40–41.

  107. Micangeli, A., Flumeri, F., Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2003). User satisfaction with assistive technologies: Application of the ICF‐checklist and quest on a group of afghan disabled. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 57.

  108. Micangeli, A., Pietrantonio, F., & Federici, S. (2003). School environment and disability issues in kabul (afghanistan): A survey within an emergency project. Cognitive Processing, 4(Special issue), 44–45.

  109. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Lo Priore, I., Brunetti, M., & Federici, S. (2002). L’identità personale nella disabilità: Le configurazioni dell’identità sessuale profonda in soggetti con disabilità mentale [The Disability Personal Identity: The configuration of the deep sexual identity in subjects with mental disability]. Life Span and Disability, 5(1), 79–91.

  110. Federici, S. (2001a). Metodi e tecniche dell’educazione sessuale nei portatori di handicap in italia. Indagine fenomenologica e progetto d’intervento [Sex education methods and techniques for individuals with disabilities in Italy. A phenomenological survey and an application plan]. Life Span and Disability, 4(1), 33–57.

  111. Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2001). L’identità personale nella disabilità: Rilettura secondo il modello sociale [The disability personal identity: Review according to the social model]. Life Span and Disability, 4(2), 227–240.

  112. Federici, S. (1995). La catechesi speciale. Analisi della ricerca catechetica nel settore dell'handicap e prospettive di sviluppo. Orientamenti Pedagogici, 42(3), 819–836.

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  113. Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Bracalenti, M., De Filippis, M. L., Lanzilotti, R., Desolda, G., Borsci, S., Gaudino, G., Cocco, A., Amendola, M., & Simonetti, E. (2021). A chatbot solution for eglu‐box pro: The usability evaluation platform for Italian public administrations. In M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human‐ computer interaction. Theory, methods and tools. HCII 2021 (Vol. LNCS 12762, pp. 250–257). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐030‐78462‐1_20

  114. De Filippis, M. L., Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Borsci, S., Bracalenti, M., Gaudino, G., Cocco, A., Amendola, M., & Simonetti, E. (2020). Preliminary results of a systematic review: Quality assessment of conversational agents (chatbots) for people with disabilities or special needs. In K. Miesenberger, R. Manduchi, M. C. Rodriguez, & P. Peňáz (Eds.), Computers helping people with special needs: Icchp 2020. Proceedings, part I (Vol. LNCS 12376, pp. 250–257). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐030‐58796‐3_30

  115. Federici, S., Artegiani, F., Diotallevi, D., Caruso, G., & Castellani Mencarelli, A. (2020). Psychological sexual health of people with paraplegia. In J. J. A. I. Arias & C. A. C. Ramos (Eds.), Paraplegia (pp. 1–21). IntechOpen. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.91854

  116. Federici, S., Artegiani, F., Diotallevi, D., Caruso, G., & Castellani Mencarelli, A. (2020). Psychological sexual health of people with spinal cord injury. In P. Raj (Ed.), Prime archives in psychology (1st ed., pp. 1–34). Vide Leaf. https://doi.org/10.37247/PAPSY.1.2020.2

  117. Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Lanzilotti, R., Desolda, G., Bracalenti, M., Buttafuoco, A., Gaudino, G., Cocco, A., Amendola, M., & Simonetti, E. (2019). Heuristic evaluation of eglu‐box: A semi‐automatic usability evaluation tool for public administrations. In M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human‐computer interaction.

    Perspectives on design. HCII 2019. Lecture notes in computer science (Vol. LNCS 11566, pp. 75–86). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐030‐22646‐6_6

  118. Borsci, S., Kurosu, M., Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2018). The systemic user experience assessment. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., Vol. 1, pp. 329–353). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐27

  119. Bracalenti, M., Meloni, F., & Federici, S. (2018). Exoskeleton: The new horizon of robotic assistance for human gait. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 421–434). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐31

  120. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Corradi, F. (2018). Measuring individual functioning. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 27–51). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐13

  121. Federici, S., & Scherer, M. J. (2018). The assistive technology assessment process model and basic definitions. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 1–12). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411

  122. Federici, S., & Scherer, M. J. (2018). Assistive technology devices. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 325–328). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411

  123. Federici, S., Scherer, M. J., Meloni, F., Corradi, F., Adya, M., Samant, D., Morris, M. W., & Stella, A. (2018). Assessing individual functioning and disability. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 13–26). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐12

  124. Liberati, G., Federici, S., & Pasqualotto, E. (2018). Using brain–computer interfaces for motor rehabilitation. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 373–401). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐29

  125. Meloni, F., Federici, S., Stella, A., Mazzeschi, C., Cordella, B., Greco, F., & Grasso, M. (2018). The psychologist. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 157–187). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐20

  126. Pigliautile, M., Tiberio, L., Mecocci, P., & Federici, S. (2018). The geriatrician. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 265–299). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411‐24

  127. Scherer, M. J., & Federici, S. (2018). Assessment professionals: Working on the multidisciplinary team. In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Assistive technology assessment handbook (2nd ed., pp. 109–114). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781351228411

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  129. Federici, S. (2017). I benefici della narrazione sulla salute. In A. M. Acocella & O. Rossi (Eds.),

    La cura: Ambiti e forme in psicoterapia e nella relazione d'aiuto (pp. 113–125). FrancoAngeli.

  130. Federici, S. (2017). La rabbia: Un’emozione divina. In L. Zoja, R. Virgili, P. Nori, S. Federici,

    S. Petrosino, & K. Malatesta (Eds.), Paura rabbia stupore. Le emozioni e gli altri (pp. 79–105). Il Margine. www.il‐margine.it

  131. Luciano, J. V., & Federici, S. (2017). World health organization disability assessment schedule 2.0. In A. Wenzel (Ed.), The sage encyclopedia of abnormal and clinical psychology (pp. 3739–3740). SAGE. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781483365817.n1493

  132. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Bracalenti, M. (2016). Gait rehabilitation with exoskeletons. In Bertram Müller & S. I. Wolf (Eds.), Handbook of human motion (pp. 1–38). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐319‐30808‐1_80‐1

  133. Borsci, S., Federici, S., Mele, M. L., & Conti, M. (2015). Short scales of satisfaction assessment: A proxy to involve disabled users in the usability testing of websites. In M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human‐ computer interaction: Users and contexts, part iii, HCII 2015 (Vol. LNCS 9171, pp. 35–42). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐319‐21006‐3_4

  134. Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Romeo, S. A., Didimo, W., Liotta, G., Borsci, S., & Meloni, F. (2014). A model of web‐based follow‐up to reduce assistive technology abandonment. In M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human‐computer interaction applications and services (Vol. Part III, HCII 2014, LNCS 8512, pp. 674– 682). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐319‐07227‐2_64

  135. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2014). L’efficacia dei trattamenti non farmacologici. In A. M. Acocella & O. Rossi (Eds.), Cos’è che cura? La cura in ambito medico, psicologico e psichiatrico (pp. 149–162). Nuova Associazione Europea per le Arti Terapie.

  136. Federici, S., Tiberio, L., & Scherer, M. J. (2014). Ambient assistive technology for people with dementia: An answer to the epidemiologic transition. In D. Combs (Ed.), New research on assistive technologies: Uses and limitations (pp. 1–30). Nova Publishers. https://doi.org/10.13140/2.1.3461.4405

  137. Borsci, S., Kurosu, M., Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2013). L‘esperienza sistemica dell‘utente (A. Stella, Trans.). In S. Federici & M. J. Scherer (Eds.), Manuale di valutazione delle tecnologie assistive (pp. 353– 374). Pearson.

  138. Corradi, F., & Federici, S. (2013). Assistive technologies and models for evaluation. In Mind Change, B. Hardt‐Stremayr, & T. Stenitzer (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st european mind change conference 2012 (pp. 58–63). Fachhochschule Kärnten. http://www.mindchange.org/wp‐ content/uploads/2013/05/Tagungsband‐30.04.2013.pdf

  139. Federici, S. (2013). Mind, body, and sex in cyberspace. In S. Borsci, M. Kurosu, S. Federici, &

    M. L. Mele (Eds.), Computer systems experiences of users with and without disabilities: An evaluation guide for professionals (pp. 73–77). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b15619‐4

  140. Federici, S. (2013). Prefazione: Il nuovo delle arti terapie [Preface: The new in the arts therapies]. In A. M. Acocella & O. Rossi (Eds.), Le nuove arti terapie. Percorsi nella relazione d’aiuto (pp. 13–15). FrancoAngeli.

  141. Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Mele, M. L. (2013). Environmental evaluation of a rehabilitation aid interaction under the framework of the ideal model of assistive technology assessment process. In

    M. Kurosu (Ed.), Human‐computer interaction. Human‐centred designapproaches, methods, tools, and environments (Vol. Part I, HCII 2013, LNCS 8004, pp. 203–210). Springer‐Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐642‐39232‐0

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  143. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2013). How many people with a disability are there in the world? In S. Borsci, M. Kurosu, S. Federici, & M. L. Mele (Eds.), Computer systems experiences of users with and without disabilities: An evaluation guide for professionals (pp. 146–149). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b15619‐7

  144. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2013). Le tecnologie assistive. In U. Senin, L. Bartorelli, & G. Salvioli (Eds.), I grandi vecchi: Curare ancora. Epidemiologia, pratica clinica, assistenza (pp. 133–140). Carocci Faber.

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  176. Federici, S., Caddeo, P., & Tommasi, F. V. (2009). A cognitive psychology perspective on religious conversion as told in the gospels. In G. Giordan (Ed.), Conversion in the age of pluralism (pp. 287–305). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/ej.9789004178038.i‐334.93

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  179. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Federici, S., Delogu, F., & Palmiero, M. (2009). Sonification of spatial information: Audio‐tactile exploration strategies by normal and blind subjects. In C. Stephanidis (Ed.), Universal access in HCI, part ii, HCII 2009, lncs 5615 (pp. 557–563). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐642‐02710‐9_62

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  189. Del Bono, M., Federici, S., & Ponzano, R. (2001). Gioco mortale: Presentazione di un fenomeno in espansione. In M. Mazzetti Di Pietralata & A. Ramacciotti (Eds.), Sessualità e alimentazione: Biologia, psicologia, cultura (pp. 222–226). CIC Edizioni Internazionali.

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  190. Federici, S., Lepri, A., & Carrera, A. (2020, Dec 24–25). As evolved mechanisms and cultural modeling affect child gender attribution. Evolutionary Psychology and Human Behavior Conference: ICEPHB 2020, Vienna, AT. https://panel.waset.org/conference/2020/12/vienna/ICEPHB/

  191. Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Bracalenti, M., Buttafuoco, A., Lanzilotti, R., & Desolda, G. (2019, Feb, 25–27). Bio‐behavioral and self‐report user experience evaluation of a usability assessment platform (utassistant). VISIGRAPP 2019: Proceedings of the14th International Joint Conference on Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications. Volume 2: HUCAPP, Prague, CZ. http://insticc.org/node/TechnicalProgram/visigrapp/presentationDetails/73518

  192. Catarci, T., Amendola, M., Bertacchini, F., Bilotta, E., Bracalenti, M., Buono, P., Cocco, A., Costabile, M. F., Desolda, G., Di Nocera, F., Federici, S., Gaudino, G., Lanzilotti, R., Marrella, A., Laura Mele, M., Pantano, P. S., Poggi, I., & Tarantino, L. (2018, May 29–Jun 01). Digital interaction: Where are we going? Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces: AVI 2018, Castiglione della Pescaia (GR), IT. https://doi.org/10.1145/3206505.3206606

  193. Federici, S., Artegiani, F., Antonelli, P., Diotallevi, D., Ritacco, I., & Maschke, R. (2018, May 10–12). Love & life: Progetto di salute sessuale per persone con lesione midollare e loro partner. XVIII Congresso Nazionale SIMS, Florence, IT. www.sims‐somipar.it

  194. Federici, S., Mele, M. L., Lanzilotti, R., Desolda, G., Bracalenti, M., Meloni, F., Gaudino, G., Cocco, A., & Amendola, M. (2018, Jul 15–20). UX evaluation design of utassistant: A new usability

    testing support tool for Italian public administrations. In M. Kurosu, Human‐Computer Interaction. Theories, Methods, and Human Issues (LNCS 10901) 20th International Conference on Human‐ Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, NV. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐319‐91238‐7_5

  195. Desolda, G., Gaudino, G., Lanzilotti, R., Federici, S., & Cocco, A. (2017, Sep 18–20). Utassistant: A web platform supporting usability testing in Italian public administrations.Proceedings of the Doctoral Consortium, Posters and Demos at CHItaly 2017 co‐ located with 12th Biannual Conference of the Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHItaly 2017) 12th Edition of CHItaly: CHItaly 2017, Cagliari, IT. http://ceur‐ws.org/Vol‐1910/

  196. Federici, S. (2017, Dec 12–13). I benefici della narrazione emotivamente coinvolgente sulla salute. Terzo Convegno Interdipartimentale: Le emozioni nei contesti individuali e sociali, Perugia, IT.

  197. Borsci, S., Federici, S., Mele, M. L., & Conti, M. (2015, Aug 2–7). Short scales of satisfaction assessment: A proxy to involve disabled users in the usability testing of websites. 17th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction: HCI 2015, Los Angeles, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐319‐21006‐3_4

  198. Pigliautile, M., Mecocci, P., Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2014, May 23–24). Valutazione cognitiva: Alla ricerca di linee guida. VII Convegno Nazionale di Psicologia dell’Invecchiamento, Torino, IT.

  199. Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2013, Mar 19–23). The predisposition to the use of technology: When the past affects the present in user interaction. 1st World Conference on Personality, Stellenbosch, ZA. http://www.perpsy.org/

  200. Federici, S., Pigliautile, M., & Mecocci, P. (2013, May 26–27). Uso della WHODAS 2.0 in un contesto geriatrico: Pazienti e caregiver a confronto. VI Convegno Nazionale di Psicologia dell’Invecchiamento, Orvieto, IT.

  201. Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2013, Mar 19–23). Believing is seeing: Ocular‐sensory‐motor embodiment of implicit associations. 1st World Conference on Personality, Stellenbosch, ZA. http://www.perpsy.org/

  202. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Stella, A. (2013, Mar 19–23). The psychologists’ functions in the assistive technology assessment. 1st World Conference on Personality, Stellenbosch, ZA. http://www.perpsy.org/

  203. Pasqualotto, E., Matuz, T., Federici, S., Ruf, C. A., Bartl, M., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Birbaumer, N., & Halder, S. (2013, May 28). Assistive technology for the locked‐in: A comparison of a brain‐computer interface and an eye tracker Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences: BAPS 2013, Louvain‐la‐Neuve, BE. http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/138536

  204. Pigliautile, M., Primi, C., Chiesi, F., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Federici, S., & Mecocci, P. (2013, May 26–27). Batteria ecologica italiana per la valutazione degli oldest old. VI Convegno Nazionale di Psicologia dell’Invecchiamento, Orvieto, IT.

  205. Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2012, May 15–18). Cognitive constraints underlying models of disability: A new paradigm in disability study. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  206. Federici, S., Meloni, F., Borsci, S., Corradi, F., Mele, M. L., Dandini de Sylva, S., & Scherer,

    M. J. (2012, Jun 28–Jul 3). Assistive technology assessment process in a center for technical aid: New professional profiles within a multidisciplinary team. The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America Annual Conference: RESNA ’12, Baltimore, MD. http://web.resna.org/conference/program/workshop‐handouts/WS3Federici.pdf

  207. Federici, S., Meloni, F., & Stella, A. (2012, Jun 6–10). When the body tells: The body and sex in disability and the Italian amaabili (love‐able) project. 44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists: AASECT ’12, Austin, TX. http://www.aasect.org/Conference/index.html

  208. Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2012, May 15–18). Do eye movements predict beliefs? A bio‐ behavioural investigation on implicit attitudes. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  209. Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2012, May 15–18). Looking at what one believes: Investigation of the relationship between eye movements and implicit associations. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  210. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Bracalenti, M. (2012, May 15–18). A cognitive approach to the functioning of the disability models. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  211. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Stella, A. (2012, May 15–18). Implicit and explicit attitudes of professional caregivers toward sexuality of disabled users. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  212. Meloni, F., Federici, S., Stella, A., & Pecorari, D. (2012, May 15–18). Between inclusion and integration of disabled students among Italian schools. 17th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’12, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  213. Amantis, R., Corradi, F., Molteni, A. M., Massara, B., Orlandi, M., Federici, S., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., & Mele, M. L. (2011, Aug 31–Sep 2). Eye‐tracking assistive technology: Is this effective for the developmental age? Evaluation of eye‐tracking systems for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy. 11th European Conference for the Advancement of Assistive Technology: AAATE 2011, Maastricht, NL. https://doi.org/10.3233/978‐1‐60750‐814‐4‐489

  214. Dennis, J. L., Stella, A., Federici, S., & Hünefeldt, T. (2011, Jul 12–16). An eastern renaissance: Italian reasoning style more eastern than western. 16th European Association of Social Psychology General Meeting: EASP ’11, Stockholm, SE. http://www.easp2011.com/

  215. Mele, M. L., Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2011, May 17–20). Searching by hearing: Neutralising visuocentric barriers to blind people’s access to spatial information representation. 16th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’11, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  216. Mele, M. L., Federici, S., & Borsci, S. (2011, Feb 8–11). Searching‐by‐hearing: Sonification of the search engine whatsonweb through a user experience design process. International Conference on Universal Learning Design: ULD ’11, Brno, CZ. http://www.uld‐ conference.org/paper.php?p=76&l=en

  217. Mele, M. L., Federici, S., & Meloni, F. (2011, May 17–20). Whatsonweb: A sonificated search engine for blind people. 16th APPAC International Conference, Athens, GR.

  218. Meloni, F., Federici, S., & Mele, M. L. (2011, May 17–20). Homophobia and disability: Literature review. 16th APPAC International Conference, Athens, GR.

  219. Meloni, F., Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2011, May 17–20). The minority of minorities: Homophobia and disability in scientific literature. 16th International Association of Psychology & Psychiatry for Adults & Children Conference: APPAC ’11, Athens, GR. http://www.appac.gr/displayITM1.asp?ITMID=18&LANG=EN

  220. Borsci, S., Federici, S., & Londei, A. (2010, Jul 28–30). Cost of a usability evaluation: Bootstrap discovery behaviour model. In Piet Kommers, Pedro Isaías, D. Ifenthaler, & N.‐S. Chen, Computer Science and Information Systems International Conference on Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction and Game and Entertainment technologies: IADIS 2010, Freiburg, DE.

  221. Di Giacomo, E., Liotta, G., & Federici, S. (2010, Jan 20–23). Information visualization techniques for motion impaired people. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Health Informatics: HEALTHINF ’10 Valencia, ES. https://doi.org/10.5220/0002758403610366

  222. Mele, M. L., Federici, S., Borsci, S., & Liotta, G. (2010, July 14–16). Beyond a visuocentric way of a visual web search clustering engine: The sonification of whatsonweb. 12th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, ICCHP 2010, Vienna University of Technology, AT. https://doi.org/10.1007/978‐3‐642‐14097‐6_56

  223. Meloni, F., Mele, M. L., & Federici, S. (2010, October 18). La minoranza delle minoranze: Omofobia e disabilità nella letteratura scientifica nazionale ed internazionale Omosessualità. Atteggiamenti, pregiudizi e strategie d’intervento, Teatro di San Carlo, Napoli, Italy. http://www.bullismoomofobico.it/

  224. Pasqualotto, E., Simonetta, A., Gnisci, V., Federici, S., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2010, December 2–3). Toward a usability evaluation of bcis. TOBI Workshop ll: Translational Issues in BCI Development: User Needs, Ethics, and Technology Transfer, Fondazione Santa Lucia, Rome, Italy. http://www.tobi‐project.org/TOBI‐workshop‐2

  225. Federici, S., Pigliautile, M., Meloni, F., & Mecocci, P. (2009, November 13–14). Il funzionamento individuale autopercepito in anziani sani e con deterioramento cognitivo tramite somministrazione dell’whodas ii. Atti del III Convegno Nazionale di Psicologia dell’Invecchiamento, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italia. http://www.sipinvecchiamento.it/Convegno2009.html

  226. Rugo, A., Mele, M. L., Liotta, G., Trotta, F., Di Giacomo, E., Borsci, S., & Federici, S. (2009, 14–19 September 2009). A visual sonificated web search clustering engine. Cognitive Processing ‐ Special Issue on “ICSC 2009: IV International Conference on Spatial Cognition ‐ September 14‐19, 2009, Rome, Italy”, Roma. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10339‐009‐0327‐2

  227. Borsci, S., Federici, S., Mele, M. L., & Stamerra, G. (2008, Sep 2–4). Global rank: Improving a qualitative and inclusive level of web accessibility. Disability Studies Conference Proceedings – Lancaster University, Lancaster University.

  228. Federici, S. (2008, Jan 26). Politiche di un desiderio inespresso: Modelli di disabilità e sessualità

    SFIDA 2008: Assistenza sessuale alle persone disabili gravi, Galatina, IT.

  229. Federici, S., & Caddeo, P. (2008, Jul 27–Aug 1). Individual functioning and residential environment quality affecting Italian disabled people’s daily life. Urban diversities, biosphere and well‐being: designing and managing our common environment: IAPS ’08, Roma, IT.

  230. Federici, S. (2007, June 8–9). Modelli di disabilità ed educazione sessuale: Politiche di un desiderio inespresso. In UILDM, FinestrAperta Sessualità e Disabilità: Possibili percorsi verso un riconoscimento della sessualità, Fondazione Santa Lucia – Roma, Italy.

  231. Mazzeschi, C., Federici, S., Bonucci, S., Laghezza, L., & Burini, C. (2007, Dec 7). Il servizio di tutorato della facoltà di scienze della formazione di perugia: Una prima ricerca di facoltà. I servizi di consulenza psicologica universitari: uno sguardo sulle problematiche dei giovani adulti, Centro Congressi Panorama – Sardegna, Italy.

  232. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Delogu, F., Palmiero, M., Pasqualotto, E., Federici, S., & Plaisant,

    C. (2007, Aug 29–Sep 1). Interactive sonification of geographical maps: A behavioural study with blind subjects. 15th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Marseille, France. http://sites.univ‐provence.fr/wlpc/escop07_2/?Programme:Proceedings

  233. Federici, S., Brogioni, A., & Meloni, F. (2006, November 17–18). Genitori, insegnanti ed educatori professionali a confronto sulla visione di disabilità. Famiglie e genitorialità oggi. Nuovi significati e proposte, Lecce, Italy.

  234. Federici, S., Giordan, G., & Oviedo, L. (2006, October 26–28). Comparing catholicism among church attendants. Religioni in Europa Occidentale e America Latina. Cattolicesimo, cattolicesimi e pluralismo religioso, Roma.

  235. Federici, S., Jeric, D., Meloni, F., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2005, August 31 – September 4). WHODAS ii: Contribution to the validation of the Italian version. 8th European Conference on Psychological Assessment. Conference Abstracts, Budapest.

  236. Federici, S., Jeric, D., Meloni, F., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2005, Sep 18–20). WHODAS ii: Contributo alla validazione della versione italiana. Congresso di Psicologia Sperimentale, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy.

  237. Meloni, F., Federici, S., Jeric, D., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2005, 18–20 Settembre). Analisi del quis e del sumi come misure dell’usabilità. Congresso di Psicologia Sperimentale, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy.

  238. Olivetti Belardinelli, M., Savastano, P., Pasqualotto, E., Fabozzi, F., Basso, D., & Federici, S. (2005, Sep 18–20). Un menù per l'utente: Caratteristiche di efficienza dei menù radiali. Congresso di Psicologia Sperimentale, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, IT.

  239. Scherer, M. J., Cushman, L. A., & Federici, S. (2004, Jun 1–10). Measuring participation and the disability experience with the “assistive technology device predisposition assessment”. North American Collaborating Center 10th Annual Conference on ICF: NACC 2004, Halifax, CA. http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/en/downloads/10NACC_Conf_Report_FINAL_e.pdf

  240. Gelli, B., Federici, S., & Mannarini, T. (2002, Mar 1–2). Stress lavorativo e strategie di coping nel personale tecnico‐amministrativo universitario Congresso Nazionale di Psicologia di Comunità, Torino, Italy.

  241. Federici, S. (2001, Nov 8–10, 2001). Modelli di disabilità e l’icidh‐2: Per un nuovo approccio allo sviluppo e all’integrazione di bambini con diverse abilità. 7° Convegno Nazionale Informatica, Didattica e Disabilità, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy.

  242. Federici, S. (2001, Nov 8–10, 2001). Sessualità alter/abili: Sessualità e disabilità in prospettiva sociale. 7° Convegno Nazionale Informatica, Didattica e Disabilità, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy.

  243. Garito, M. A., & Federici, S. (2001, Nov 8–10, 2001). L’inclusività della istruzione e formazione a distanza per soggetti con diverse abilità fisiche e sensoriali. 7° Convegno Nazionale Informatica, Didattica e Disabilità, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy.

  244. Gelli, B., & Federici, S. (2001, Mar 1–2). Stress lavorativo e strategie di coping nel personale amministrativo universitario Università: Modelli e regole nel processo di cambiamento, Palazzo Marini, Rome, Italy.

  245. Micangeli, A., Federici, S., & Bozzetti, M. (2001, Nov 8–10, 2001). Per l’introduzione del modello affermativo di disabilità nelle strutture scientifiche della ricerca e della progettazione tecnologica. 7° Convegno Nazionale Informatica, Didattica e Disabilità, Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy.

  246. Federici, S. (1997, 10–11 Dicembre). Educazione sessuale e prevenzione primaria alla pedofilia. Scuola e Servizi Socio‐Sanitari: Promozione del benessere nell’età evolutiva nella prospettiva della autonomia scolastica, Foggia, IT.

  247. Federici, S. (1997, 28–30 aprile). Handicap e sessualità: Un amore negato. Atti del 3° Convegno Nazionale degli Operatori CIC: Scuola e Servizi Socio‐Sanitari: Orientamento Scolastico e Prevenzione del Disagio, Roma, IT.

    Thesis

  248. Federici, S. (1998). Fenomenologia dell’educazione sessuale di persone handicappate in italia [Phenomenology of sexual education of handicapped persons in italy]. [Doctoral dissertation]. Rome Tre University. Rome.

  249. Federici, S. (1996). La catechesi speciale. Da un progetto di solidarietà, alla ricerca scientifica in ambito all’educazione religiosa a destinatari in contesti speciali [Special Catechesis. From a solidarity project to scientific research in the field of religious education for people in special contexts]. [Doctoral dissertation]. Salesian Pontifical University of Rome. Rome.

  250. Federici, S. (1993). Il linguaggio della catechesi italiana: Una ‘parola speciale’ per dire Dio [The Language of Italian Catechesis: A 'Special Word' for Saying God]. [Master dissertation]. Sapienza University of Rome. Rome.

 

 

 

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