Psychology in Education at USI-COM: The Role of Research on Intersubjectivity

Antonella Carassa


The theme of intersubjectivity is dealt with in courses in the area of Psychology at both the Bachelor and the Master levels. T wo main directions can be taken in the study of intersubjectivity: on one side, if a cognitive perspective is taken, the investigation regards the socio-cognitive capacities at the heart of human social interaction. On the other side, a more socially oriented research is deeply interested in studying how people engage in interactions within socially and culturally defined activities; in this case, the main research focus is in qualitatively analyzing how these interactions naturally unfold, acknowledging the intersubjective nature of interaction. 


interaction; psychology

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