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Federica Stablum

Federica Stablum.

Research Associate


Behavioural policy, health policy, decision-making, behavioural change, scarcity perception, prosocial behaviour.


GCRF Research for Health in Conflict (R4HC-MENA)

Personal background

Federica Stablum is a Research Associate at CBR. Her current research focuses on the application of evidence from behavioural science in policy. Specifically, Federica is involved in R4HC-MENA’s Research for Health in Conflict project, investigating mental health and well-being in Lebanon and the Middle East. She is also interested in topics such as behavioural change and use of behavioural insights to increase prosociality.

She holds a BSc in Psychobiology and a MSc in Cognitive Applied Psychology from the University of Padova. Since 2019 she is a member of the JDMLab (Judgment and Decision-Making Laboratory) at the University of Padova, where she studies the multifaceted impacts of scarcity perception on behaviours in collaboration with other early-career researchers. She is Team Co-ordinator within the Junior Researcher Programme, which creates research opportunities for students behavioural sciences from around the globe.

Contact details

Centre for Business Research
Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street
Cambridge CB2 1AG