Marta Mangiarulo

Teaching Fellow and Research assistant in the JDM group at the University of Leicester (UK)

Publications

  1. (in preparation) Bussu, A., Mangiarulo, M., Pulina, M., Ashton, S-A. Cyberbullying and cyberstalking in higher education during COVID-19: A victim perspective.
  2. (submitted) Bussu, A., Ashton, S-A Mangiarulo, M., Pulina, M.,. An exploratory qualitative study of cyberbullying and cyberstalking in the academic context during COVID-19
  3. (submitted) Bussu, A., Molloy, E., Mangiarulo, M., Pulina, M., Ashton, S-A. Systematic review on the prevalence of cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking in academia
  4. Colman, A.M., Pulford, B.D., Frosch, C.A., Mangiarulo, M., Miles, J.N.V. (2022) Does competitive winning increase subsequent cheating? Royal Society Open Science 9: 202197.
  5. Mangiarulo, M., Pighin, S., Polonio, L., & Tentori, K. (2021). The effect of evidential impact on perceptual probabilistic judgments. Cognitive Science, 45(1), e12919.
  6. Mangiarulo, M., Rusconi, P., & Sacchi, S. (2016). Status e processo di selezione di informazioni. Gli effetti dell’asimmetria sociale sull’asimmetria delle strategie di controllo di ipotesi. [Status and information-search process: Social asymmetry leads to asymmetric strategies in social hypothesis testing]. Psicologia sociale, 11(1), 89-101.

Poster presentations:

  1. Mangiarulo, M., Polonio, L., Pighin, S., Coricelli, G., & Tentori, K. (2018). Evidential impact affects probabilistic inferences on perceptual stimuli. Poster presented at: Rovereto Workshop on Concepts, Actions and Objects, 2018 May 4, Rovereto, Italy.
  2. Mangiarulo, M., Polonio, L., Coricelli, G., & Tentori, K. (2017). Evidential impact affects probabilistic inferences on perceptual stimuli. Poster presented at: “Ten years of Mind/Brain Sciences at the University of Trento”, 2017 Oct 20-21, Rovereto, Italy.
  3. Mangiarulo, M., Polonio, L., Coricelli, G., & Tentori, K. (2016). Evidential impact affects perceptual probabilistic reasoning: A preliminary study. Poster presented at: CIMeC DS Day, 2016 Nov 4, Rovereto, Italy.

Talks

  1. Mangiarulo, M., Pulford, B., Colman, A. The dark side of confidence: Can people use confidence to deceive others? 18th Annual Conference of the Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences , 2022 Dec 15-16, Rovereto, Italy.
  2. Mangiarulo, M., Brand, C. Improving student user experience of Blackboard VLE. DART-P annual conference, 2022, Nov 24-25.
  3. Mangiarulo, M. (2022). A gentle introduction to JASP. Invited workshop for FAR Hub at Edinburgh Napier University, Apr 28.
  4. Bussu, A., Molloy, E., Mangiarulo, M., Pulina, M., Ashton, S-A. Cyberbullying and cyberstalking in Higher Education: A Systematic Review. Eurocrim e-conference 2021, Sept 8-10.
  5. Mangiarulo, M. Caring for your mental health and career as a foreign researcher, NPB PGR day 2021 Keynote talk, Jul 29.
  6. Mangiarulo, M., Pighin, S., Polonio, L., & Tentori, K. The effect of evidential impact on perceptual probabilistic judgments, SPUDM 2019, Aug 18-22, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  7. Mangiarulo, M., Polonio, L., Coricelli, G., & Tentori, K. (2018). Confirmation relations affect perceptual probabilistic reasoning. Cognitive Science Arena, 2018 Feb 23, Bressanone, Italy.
  8. Mangiarulo, M. (2016). “How evidential impact influences probability judgements: A preliminary study”. Young Scientists’ Forum, Sep 2016, Aurich, Germany.

Outreach/non-academic:

  1. Colman, A., Mangiarulo, M. (2022). Does entitlement make you more likely to cheat? New research challenges popular psychology idea. The Conversation
  2. Mangiarulo, M. (2022) Freedom of speech and local democracy: new challenges and opportunities. Talk for Pint of Science 2022, May 9.
  3. The Turing Way Community, Becky Arnold, Louise Bowler, Sarah Gibson, Patricia Herterich, Rosie Higman, Anna Krystalli, Alexander Morley, Martin O’Reilly, & Kirstie Whitaker. (2021). The Turing Way: A Handbook for Reproducible Data Science (v0.0.4). Zenodo.
    https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3233986
  4. Third, L., Vittles, P, & Mangiarulo, M. (June 2021): COVID-19 Impact on Local Democracy Citizens’ Participation in Local Decision-Making - A research project conducted by Speakers’ Corner Trust
  5. Mangiarulo, M. “Nice guys might finish last, but they make better impressions” Posted on the Pint of Science Blog, 22.7.2020