Parenting-Related Exhaustion During the Italian COVID-19 Lockdown
- D. Marchetti, L. Fontanesi, C. Mazza, Serena Di Giandomenico, P. Roma, M. Verrocchio
- PsychologyJournal of Pediatric Psychology
- 17 October 2020
The findings add further support to the call for preventive programs to support parents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and warn mental health professionals and social workers of the effects of lockdown and social distancing on parenting and, consequently, the well-being of children.
The effect of the COVID-19 lockdown on parents: A call to adopt urgent measures.
- L. Fontanesi, D. Marchetti, C. Mazza, Serena Di Giandomenico, P. Roma, M. Verrocchio
- PsychologyPsychological Trauma
- 11 June 2020
A call for measures to increase family-based interventions during the emergency is urgently needed to forestall psychopathological trajectories and prevent the exacerbation of vulnerable conditions.
Individual Differences, Economic Stability, and Fear of Contagion as Risk Factors for PTSD Symptoms in the COVID-19 Emergency
Gender (female), lower perceived economic stability, higher neuroticism, and fear and consequences of contagion were predictors of high PTSD symptomatology, extending the understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the population's mental health.
Mental Pain and Suicide: A Systematic Review of the Literature
- M. Verrocchio, D. Carrozzino, D. Marchetti, K. Andreasson, M. Fulcheri, P. Bech
- Psychology, MedicineFrontiers in Psychiatry
- 20 June 2016
Mental pain is a core clinical factor for understanding suicide, both in the context of mood disorders and independently from depression, even in the absence of a diagnosed mental disorder.
Psychological factors and consumer behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
Understanding of consumer behavior changes during the COVID-19 pandemic is extended and could be helpful to develop marketing strategies that consider psychological factors to meet actual consumers’ needs and feelings.
How Personality Relates to Distress in Parents during the Covid-19 Lockdown: The Mediating Role of Child’s Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties and the Moderating Effect of Living with Other People
- C. Mazza, Eleonora Ricci, P. Roma
- PsychologyInternational Journal of Environmental Research…
- 27 August 2020
Investigating the psychological distress of parents during the COVID-19 lockdown confirmed that neuroticism is an important risk factor for mental health and preventive measures should be primarily target multicomponent families with younger children.
The Effect of Parent Psychological Distress on Child Hyperactivity/Inattention During the COVID-19 Lockdown: Testing the Mediation of Parent Verbal Hostility and Child Emotional Symptoms
- D. Marchetti, L. Fontanesi, Serena Di Giandomenico, C. Mazza, P. Roma, M. Verrocchio
- PsychologyFrontiers in Psychology
- 10 December 2020
It is suggested that higher rates of psychological distress in parents were associated with higher levels of hyperactivity/inattention in children, and parent verbal hostility and child emotional problems were also found to positively mediate this relation.
Nutrigenetic variants and cardio-metabolic risk in women with or without gestational diabetes.
The COVID‐19 lockdown and psychological distress among Italian parents: Influence of parental role, parent personality, and child difficulties
Overall, parents showed high rates of psychological distress, signalling severe difficulties during the lockdown, and Motherhood, higher levels of education, higher neuroticism, lower extroversion, and more child emotional and hyperactivity‐inattention symptoms were found to be significant predictors of parent distress.
Sexual Fantasies and Stereotypical Gender Roles: The Influence of Sexual Orientation, Gender and Social Pressure in a Sample of Italian Young-Adults
- Carla Tortora, G. D’Urso, F. Nimbi, Ugo Pace, D. Marchetti, L. Fontanesi
- Psychology, SociologyFrontiers in Psychology
- 15 January 2020
The results showed that lesbian women scored slightly higher than heterosexual women on transgressive sexual fantasies and lower on emotional-romantic ones, and heterosexual women, but not lesbian women, showed a pattern of high social pressure to conform to feminine expectations together with lower scores in the IRQ.