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Department of Psychology Social and Economic Psychology

Filippo Toscano

Filippo Toscano, MSc

  • PhD Candidate
Room number
BIN 3 C.07

Current Research Interests

Cooperation; Altruism; Behavioral economics; Inequality

Career Path

Since 2022 Doctoral candidate at the Chair of Social and Economic Psychology
University of Zurich, Switzerland
2019-2021 M.S. in Applied Cognitive Psychology
University of Padua, Italy
2016-2019 B.S. in Psychological Sciences and Techniques
University of Genoa, Italy


Professional Affiliations

Junior Researcher Programme (JRP)


Ruggeri, K., Panin, A., Vdovic, M., Većkalov, B., Abdul-Salaam, N., Achterberg, J., Akil, C., Amatya, J., Amatya, K., Andersen, T. L., Aquino, S. D., Arunasalam, A., Ashcroft-Jones, S., Askelund, A. D., Ayacaxli, N., Sheshdeh, A. B., Bailey, A., Barea Arroyo, P., Mejía, G. B., …, Toscano, F., … García-Garzon, E. (2022). The globalizability of temporal discounting. Nature Human Behaviour, 6(10), 1386–1397.


Toscano, F. (2023, March). Inequalities in Club Goods' Value in a Nested Social Dilemma. Poster presented at APS’s International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Bruxelles, Belgium. 

Cervone, C., Suitner, C., Bertelli, R., Toscano, F., Maass, A. (2020, September). Disuguaglianze economiche e Covid-19: gli effetti di una comunicazione moralizzata [Economic inequalities and Covid-19: the effects of a moralized communication]. Symposium organized at AIP’s online conference “La psicologia sociale alla prova dell'emergenza Covid19: ricerche, riflessioni, prospettive”.