Alessia Telari

Alessia Telari

Department of Psychology, University of Milano-Bicocca


Alessia Telari is a Ph.D. student in Social Psychology at the University of Milano-Bicocca.

Her main research interest concerns the impact of digital technologies on social connections, both as social interference and facilitator.
In particular, she is currently working on different projects examining digital ostracism phenomena such as ghosting and phubbing, focusing on the consequences on the targets’ and their acceptability, and investigating the potential effects of artificial intelligence on social connectedness and isolation.

Moreover, she has been investigating the social exclusion phenomenon more broadly, trying to identify people’s responses to ambiguous situations in healthy and clinical population.