PROMEHS is a European KA3 project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union (2019-2022) aimed at developing, implementing, and evaluating a school curriculum to promote mental health at school.

PROJECT COORDINATOR: Ilaria Grazzani

DURATION: Feb 2019 – Feb 2022

Learning to Be is an Erasmus + KA3 project that involves 8 partners and that aims at developing a set of tools to assess SEL (Socio-Emotional Learning) and that can be included in the curricula of primary and secondary schools.

ITALIAN PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Ilaria Grazzani

DURATION: Feb 2017 – Feb 2020

The study investigates the mental health of a sample of adolescents, by studying the predictive link existing between their social relationships at school (with other adolescents and with teachers), their resiliance, their life satisfaction and their scholastic success withe respect to their mental health.

RESEARCHERS: Valeria Cavioni, Ilaria Grazzani, Alessia Agliati

DURATION: ongoing

The study looks at the different intra- and inter-individual factors linked to school burnout in adolescence. In particular, the study analyses the role of empathy, emotional intelligence, alexithymia, anxiety, resilience and good relationships with adults and peers in explaining the predisposition to develop stress, emotional exhaustion and feeling of inadequacy in the school context.

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS: Eleonora Farina, Veronica Ornaghi

COLLABORATORS: Barbara Girani De Marco, Letizia Della Zoppa, Chiara Deprà

DURATION: ongoing

FoodNET is a project funded by the Lombardy Region aimed at creating a platform to offer guidelines and cutting-off technologies for the creation of functional food, accessible and effective for over 65 years old people living in the Milan area.

Within this project, Lab-PSE has provided the features of a target citizen from an historical-psychological-cultural perspective, by looking at the health and wellbeing conditions of the elderly and by exploring their food desires.

PROJECT RESPONSIBLES: Ilaria Grazzani e Stefania Ulivieri Stiozzi.

RESEARCH COLLABORATORS: Elisa Brazzelli, Valentina Ambrosini, Paolo Magatti.

DURATION: ongoing