Daniela Barni is an Associate Professor of Social Psychology at the LUMSA University of Rome, Italy. Her main research interests are in family relationships, with particular attention to intergenerational relations and value transmission processes. She is also increasingly interested in several positive psychology constructs, such as sense of coherence, forgiveness, and kindness. She is the author or co-author of many national and international papers on these topics. She is also an Associate Editor of the Italian Journal of Social Psychology (Psicologia Sociale, ed. Il Mulino, Bologna) and of Frontiers in Psychology (Personality and Social Psychology). She teaches Psychosocial Research Methodology, Community Psychology, and Family Social Psychology.

Daniela Barni, PhD, MD LUMSA University, Roma, Italy

Daniela Barni is an Associate Professor of Social Psychology at the LUMSA University of Rome, Italy. Her main research interests are in family relationships, with particular attention to intergenerational relations and value transmission processes. She is also increasingly interested in several positive psychology constructs, such as sense of coherence, forgiveness, and kindness. She is the author or co-author of many national and international papers on these topics. She is also an Associate Editor of the Italian Journal of Social Psychology (Psicologia Sociale, ed. Il Mulino, Bologna) and of Frontiers in Psychology (Personality and Social Psychology). She teaches Psychosocial Research Methodology, Community Psychology, and Family Social Psychology.

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