Massimo Bertacco

Social Psychology and Computer-Mediated Communication

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Bertacco Massimo (Ph.D., University of Trieste, Italy) is a social psychologist with an interest in device-mediated communication and self-psychology; During is Ph.D. he spent 5 month at the University of Texas at Austin with prof. William Swan. Afterward he did a postdoctoral stage at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium with prof. Jacques-Philippe Leyens. Now, he is collaborating with prof. Alvaro Rodriguez at the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Barcelona, Spain.

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Bertacco, Massimo, Carballeira, Álvaro R. (2009): Recent Patents for Improving E-Mail Communication: Speed - Communication Reduction. In Recent Patents on Computer Science, 2 (2) pp. 91-95.

Bertacco, Massimo (2007): Social Norms and Behavioral Regulation in Asynchronous Communication: The Shift of Attenti. In Human-Computer Interaction, 22 (3) pp. 299-324.

Bertacco, Massimo, Deponte, Antonella (2005): Email as a speed-facilitating device: A contribution to the reduced-cues perspective on co. In Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 10 (0) pp. .