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Marina Fiori



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24 last publications ordered by: publication type  -  year

: Peer Reviewed


Udayar Shagini, Fiori Marina ; Bausseron Elise (2020). Emotional intelligence and performance in a stressful task: The mediating role of self-efficacy. Personality and Individual Differences, 156, 109790.

Udayar Shagini, Fiori Marina, Thalmayer Amber ; Rossier Jérôme (2018). Investigating the link between trait emotional intelligence, career indecision, and self-perceived employability: The role of career adaptability. Personality and Individual Differences, 7-12. Peer Reviewed

Vesely Maillefer Ashley, Udayar Shagini ; Fiori Marina (2018). Enhancing the Prediction of Emotionally Intelligent Behavior: The PAT Integrated Framework Involving Trait EI, Ability EI, and Emotion Information Processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 1078. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M. , Shuman V. (2017). The Joint Contribution of Activation and Inhibition in Moderating Carryover Effects of Anger on Social Judgment. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1435. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M., Krings F., Kleinlogel E. ; Reich T. (2016). Whose Side Are You On? Exploring the Role of Perspective Taking on Third-Party's Reactions to Workplace Deviance. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 38, 318-336. Peer Reviewed

Johnston C. S., Krings F., Maggiori C., Meier L. L. ; Fiori M. (2016). Believing in a personal just world helps maintain well-being at work by coloring organizational justice perceptions. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25, 945-959. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M. (2015). Emotional intelligence compensates for low IQ and boosts low emotionality individuals in a self-presentation task. Personality and Individual Differences, 81, 169-173. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M., Bollmann G. ; Rossier J. (2015). Exploring the path through which career adaptability increases job satisfaction and lowers work stress : the role of affect. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 91, 113-121. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M., Antonietti J.-Ph., Mikolajczak M., Luminet O., Hansenne M. ; Rossier J. (2014). What is the ability emotional intelligence test (MSCEIT) good for? An evaluation using item response theory. PLoS ONE, 9, e98827. Peer Reviewed

Fahim C., Fiori M., Evans A. ; Pérusse D. (2012). The relationship between social defiance, vindictiveness, anger and brain morphology in 8-year-old boys and girls. Social Development, N/A. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M. (2012). Personality dynamics through the lens of cognitive neuroscience. The APS Observer, –.

Fiori M. , Antonakis J. (2012). Selective attention to emotional stimuli: What IQ and Openness do, and emotional intelligence does not. Intelligence, 40, 245-254. Peer Reviewed

Kres M. , Fiori M. (2012). Wohin ist bloss die Employability verschwunden?. HR Today, N/A.

Fiori M. , Antonakis J. (2011). The ability model of emotional intelligence: Searching for valid measures. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 329-334. Peer Reviewed

Fiori M. (2010). Senso di incertezza.. mancanza di progettualità.. crisi di identità? Benvenuti nel postmodernismo. [Uncertainty..lack of plans for the future..identity crisis? Welcome into postmodernism]. Items – Giunti Organizzazioni Speciali, Firenze., –.

Fiori M. (2009). A New Look at Emotional Intelligence: A Dual-Process Framework. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 13, 21-44. Peer Reviewed

Book Sections

Fiori M. , Vesely Maillefer A. (2018). Emotional Intelligence as an Ability: Theory, Challenges, and New Directions. Handbook of emotional intelligence in education. K. V. Keefer, J. D. A. Parker, & D. H. Saklofske, New York: Springer.

Fiori M., Lintas A., Mesrobian S. ; Villa A. E. P. (2013). Effect of Emotion and Personality on Deviation from Purely Rational Decision-Making. Decision Making and Imperfection (Vol. 474, pp. 129-161). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Peer Reviewed

In Proceedings

Fiori M. (2011, Jan). Ironic effects of anger inhibition in impression formation. Paper presented at The XII the International Congress of Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2011.

Fiori M. , Antonakis J. (2011, Jan). A process-oriented approach to emotional intelligence. The International Society for the Study of Individual Differences. London, UK. Peer Reviewed

Villa A., Fiori M., Mesrobian S., Lintas A., Shaposhnyk V. ; Missonnier P. (2011, Jan). Effect of emotion on the imperfectness of decision making. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Decision Making with Multiple Imperfect Decision Makers.

In Proceedings (abstract)

Fiori M., Krings F. ; Kleinlogel E. P. (2014, Jan). Mind your perspective: How perspective taking shapes perception of norm-violating actions. Personality and Individual Differences, 60, Supplement (pp. S36). Peer Reviewed

Fiori M. (2012, Jan). On the fluid and crystallized components of emotional intelligence. Symposium title: Is Emotional Intelligence a measurable construct? 24th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science (APS). Chicago, IL May24-27, 2012.

Fiori M. Antonietti J.P. Mikolajczac M. Luminet O. & Rossier J. (2012, Jan). An item response theory analysis of the ability emotional intelligence test (MSCEIT). 16th European Conference on Personality, Trieste July 10-14, 2012.



Emotion processes
My research is rooted in a social cognitive approach to personality. At the broadest level I am interested to understand how cognitive and emotional processes influence human conduct. More specifically, I study how individuals differ in processing emotion information and how such differences may be related to different behavioral outcomes. Furthermore, I employ this process-oriented approach to deepen the understanding of the construct of emotional intelligence.
Among the several descriptions of what is emotional intelligence (EI), my work stems from the conception of EI as the ability to perceive and understand emotions in oneself and others, and to use emotion information to pursue one's goals. Although I join Mayer and Salovey's conception of EI as an ability, I believe that current theorization has not clarified and explored enough what really underpins EI. Instead, a look at underlying processes, such as individual differences in emotion processes, may help to understand what constitute EI/emotional competence.

Yet, emotion processing may operate with or without consciousness and yield different outcomes depending on the level of automaticity/awareness involved. Thus, it appears fundamental to acknowledge that both automatic and conscious processing may come into play contributing to adaptive responses.

Consistent with these ideas, the research I conduct aims at exploring emotion processes underlying EI, with special attention to automatic or out of awareness processes.

Evaluation of managerial competences


Ph.D. in Social and Personality Psychology
University of Illinois at Chicago

M.A. in Social and Personality Psychology
University of Illinois at Chicago

M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Faculty of Psychology, University of Bologna

Academic honors

Graduate Research Grant, Psi Chi the International Honor Society in Psychology
Psi Chi The National Honor Society in Psychology
Année : 2009

Récipiendaire : Marina Fiori

Leonard D. Eron Award, Award for Outstanding Scholarly Accomplishment - University of Illinois at Chicago
Année : 2009

Récipiendaire : Marina Fiori

Tremplin Grant - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES OFFICE - University of Lausanne
Année : 2013

Récipiendaire : Marina Fiori


  • counterproductive work behavior (cwb)
  • emotion and cognition
  • emotion regulation
  • emotional intelligence
  • emotions
  • employability
  • personality and social psychology
  • selective attention
  • social cognition


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