European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System


30th International Lab Meeting

of the

European/International Joint Ph.D. in Social Representations and Communication




The “Structural” paradigmatic approach to Social Representations


 at the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB, Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy


17th - 20th April 2016


Bibliographic References related to Prof. Holman's Key Lecture:

de Rosa, A., Holman, A. (2011). Social representations of male - female beauty and aesthetic surgery: a cross-cultural analysis, Temas em Psicologia, Vol. 19, no.1, pp. 75-98

Holman, A. (2012). Development of a scale to measure the attitude toward posthumous organ donation for transplantation in Romania. Annals of the Al. I. Cuza University, Psychology Series, 21(2), 23-40

Holman, A., Havârneanu, C. E. (2015). The Romanian version of the multidimensional driving style inventory: psychometric properties and cultural specificities. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, Vol.35, pp. 45-59. ISSN: 1369-8478. DOI:

Holman, A., Karner-Hutuleac, A., Ioan, B. (2013). Factors of the willingness to consent to the donation of a deceased family member's organs among the Romanian urban population, Transplantation Proceedings, 45, 3178-3182. DOI: 10.1016/j.transproceed.2013.05.009

Tepordei, A. M., Havarneanu, G., & Holman, A. (2010). The social representation of traffic accidents. Psihologia socială, (25), 73-84.


Bibliographic References related to Prof. Lo Monaco's Key Lecture:

Lo Monaco, G., Lheureux, F., & Halimi-Falkowicz, S. (2008). Test d'indépendance au contexte (TIC) et structure des représentations sociales. Swiss Journal of Psychology/Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Revue Suisse de Psychologie, 67(2), 119.

Monaco, G. L., Piermattéo, A., Guimelli, C., & Abric, J. C. (2012). Social representations, correspondence factor analysis and characterization questionnaire: a methodological contribution. The Spanish journal of psychology, 15(03), 1233-1243.

Rateau, P., & Monaco, G. L. (2013). La Théorie des Représentations Sociales: Orentiations Conceptuelles, Champs d'Applications et Méthodes (The Theory of Social Representations: Conceptual approaches, fields of application and methods). CES Psicología, 6(1), 1-21.

Rateau, P., & Lo Monaco, G. (2013). La teoría de las representaciones sociales: Orientaciones conceptuales, campos de aplicaciones y métodos. Revista CES Psicología, 6(1), 22-42.

Piermattéo, A., Monaco, G. L., Moreau, L., Girandola, F., & Tavani, J. L. (2014). Context variations and pluri-methodological issues concerning the expression of a social representation: The example of the Gypsy Community. The Spanish journal of psychology, 17, E85.

Dany, L., Urdapilleta, I., & Monaco, G. L. (2015). Free associations and social representations: some reflections on rank-frequency and importance-frequency methods. Quality & Quantity, 49(2), 489-507.

Degraeve, B., Granie, M. A., Pravossoudovitch, K., & Monaco, G. L. (2015). Social representations associated with men and women drivers among French adolescents and adults. Effects of the perceiver’s age, sex, and socioeconomic status. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 34, 1-17.

Skandrani-Marzouki, I., Monaco, G. L., & Marzouki, Y. (2015). The Effects of Unconscious Context on Social Representations: Evidence from the Subliminal Emotional Priming Paradigm. North American Journal of Psychology, 17(3), 509.

Piermattéo, A., Monaco, G. L., & Girandola, F. (2015). When Commitment Can Be Overturned Anticipating Recycling Program Dropouts Through Social Representations. Environment and Behavior, 0013916515597511. DOI: 10.1177/0013916515597511

Monaco, G. L., Girandola, F., & Guimelli, C. (IN PRESS). Experiments inter-connecting the structure of social representations, cognitive dissonance, commitment and persuasion: past, present and future.


Bibliographic References related to Prof. Rateau's Key Lecture:

Abric, J.-C. (1993). Central system, peripheral system: their functions and roles in the dynamic of social representations. Papers on Social Representations, 2, 75-78.

Abric, J.-C. (1994). Pratiques sociales et représentations. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.

Abric, J.-C. (2001). A structural approach to social representations. In K. Deaux & G. Philogène (Eds.), Representations of the Social: Bridging theoretical traditions (pp. 42-47). Oxford, UK, Malden, MA:Blackwell.

Guimelli, C. (1989). Pratiques nouvelles et transformation sans rupture d’une représentation sociale : l’exemple de la représentation de la chasse et de la nature. In J.-L. Beauvois, R.-V. Joule & J.-M. Monteil (Eds.), Perspectives cognitives et conduites sociales 2. Représentations et processus cognitifs (pp. 117-138). Cousset-Fribourg : Del Val.

Moliner, P. (1989). Validation expérimentale de l’hypothèse du noyau central des représentations sociales. Bulletin de Psychologie, 41, 759-762.

Rateau, P. & Moliner, P. (2009). Représentations sociales et processus sociocognitifs. Rennes : Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

Rateau, P., Moliner, P., Guimelli, C., & Abric, J.-C. (2011). Social representation theory. In P.A.M. Van Lange, A. Kruglanski, & J. Higgins (Eds.), Handbook of the theories of social psychology (pp. 478-498).Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Bibliographic References related to Prof. Wachelke's Key Lecture:

Wachelke, J. (2012). Social representations: a review of theory and research from the structural approach. Universitas Psychologica, vol. 11, pp. 729-741.

Wachelke, J. (2012). Representations and social knowledge: an integrative effort through a normative structural perspective. New Ideas in Psychology, vol. 30, pp. 259-269.

Wachelke, J. (2013). Beyond social representations: A review of the structural approach on social thinking. Interamerican Journal of Psychology, vol. 47, pp. 131-138.

Wachelke, J., Matos, F. R., Ferreira, G. C. S., Costa, R. R. L. (2015). An overview of the literature related to social representations published in scientific journals. Temas em Psicologia (Ribeirão Preto), vol. 23, pp. 293-308.