Maria Rosita Cecilia

After her Master graduation in Clinical, Health and Applied Psychology at the University of L’Aquila (2011) in Italy, she obtained a PhD in Epidemiology, Prevention and Rehabilitation of chronic-degenerative diseases at the Department of Life, Health and Enviromentale Science, University of L'Aquila in 2015. She collaborated at the TERENCE project, working on the evaluation of psycho-pedagogical effectivness and usability of the TERENCE system. Her primary research activities are in poor comprehension and learning diseases. Maria Rosita has publications in relevant fields of psychology, epidemiology, clinical epidemiology and evidence based medicine.



Last update: February 2015

Articles published on IXD&A:


Designing TEL products for poor comprehenders: evidences from the evaluation of TERENCE, pp. 50-67abstractdownload