Behavioural policy, health policy, decision-making, behavioural change, scarcity perception, prosocial behaviour.
Federica Stablum is a Research Assistant 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.