Constanza received an education in Psychology at Florida International University. Her research interests are focused on the intersection between social cognition and goal pursuit. Specifically, she wants to understand the cognitive mechanisms that support and hinder prosocial behavior and social collaboration under challenging circumstances. A longer-term interest is public policy considerations regarding how to best bolster beneficial group behavior and social compliance.
Publications & Presentations
- Denkova, E., Alessio, C., Barry, J., Zanesco, A. P., Rogers., S. L., Matusevich, K., & Jha A. P. (in press). Practical and theoretical considerations for mindfulness training implementation in organizational settings. Handbook of Organizational Conflict Management.
- Boland, C. L., Zanesco, A. P., Denkova, E., Alessio, C., Price, M., Rogers, S. L., & Jha, A. P. (under review). Investigating the impact of short-form mindfulness training on measures of stress and affect in time-pressured professional and community settings.
- Alessio, C., Barry, J., Zanesco, A. P., Rogers, S. L., Matusevich, K., Denkova, E., & Jha, A. P. (2021, July 5-9). Investigating Train-the-Trainer Delivery of Short-form Mindfulness Training by Human Resource Professionals in a Workplace Setting. Presented at the International Conference on Mindfulness 2021; Online (Link To Talk)