European University of Rome
Anna Contardi is an Assistant professor, psychotherapist and researcher in clinical psychology since 2009. She teaches “Cognitive and personality psychology” and “General Psychodiagnostics and laboratory” for the undergraduate and graduate psychology courses at the European University of Rome (UER). She is the coordinator of the MA in Psychology for the UER and she has been a member of the Doctoral Commitee (Cognitive Psychology and Clinical Assessment) for the same university. She collaborates with the research group of the Institute Skinner of Rome, to built a causal cognitive model.
Main research topics: attention and therapeutic processes, cognitive causal psychology, psychological diagnosis and clinical investigation, food addiction and BED.