Stefano Triberti
Stefano Triberti
Pegaso University
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eHealth for patient engagement: a systematic review
S Barello, S Triberti, G Graffigna, C Libreri, S Serino, J Hibbard, G Riva
Frontiers in psychology 6, 2013, 2016
Videogames for emotion regulation: a systematic review
D Villani, C Carissoli, S Triberti, A Marchetti, G Gilli, G Riva
Games for health journal 7 (2), 85-99, 2018
Virtual reality body swapping: a tool for modifying the allocentric memory of the body
S Serino, E Pedroli, A Keizer, S Triberti, A Dakanalis, F Pallavicini, ...
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (2), 127-133, 2016
Psychological factors influencing the effectiveness of virtual reality–based analgesia: a systematic review
S Triberti, C Repetto, G Riva
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (6), 335-345, 2014
eHealth for improving quality of life in breast cancer patients: a systematic review
S Triberti, L Savioni, V Sebri, G Pravettoni
Cancer treatment reviews 74, 1-14, 2019
Toward a validation of cyber-interventions for stress disorders based on stress inoculation training: a systematic review
S Serino, S Triberti, D Villani, P Cipresso, A Gaggioli, G Riva
Virtual Reality 18, 73-87, 2014
What matters is when you play: Investigating the relationship between online video games addiction and time spent playing over specific day phases
S Triberti, L Milani, D Villani, S Grumi, S Peracchia, G Curcio, G Riva
Addictive Behaviors Reports 8, 185-188, 2018
Is virtual reality always an effective stressors for exposure treatments? Some insights from a controlled trial
F Pallavicini, P Cipresso, S Raspelli, A Grassi, S Serino, C Vigna, ...
BMC psychiatry 13, 1-10, 2013
Patient engagement: A consumer-centered model to innovate healthcare
G Graffigna, S Barello, S Triberti
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2016
User-centered virtual reality for promoting relaxation: an innovative approach
SFM Pizzoli, K Mazzocco, S Triberti, D Monzani, ML Alcaņiz Raya, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 479, 2019
Developing emotional design: Emotions as cognitive processes and their role in the design of interactive technologies
S Triberti, A Chirico, G La Rocca, G Riva
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1773, 2017
Being present in action: a theoretical model about the “interlocking” between intentions and environmental affordances
S Triberti, G Riva
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 2052, 2016
Social distancing is the right thing to do: Dark Triad behavioral correlates in the COVID-19 quarantine
S Triberti, I Durosini, G Pravettoni
Personality and Individual Differences 170, 110453, 2021
Enabling eHealth as a pathway for patient engagement: a toolkit for medical practice
G Graffigna, S Barello, S Triberti, BK Wiederhold, AC Bosio, G Riva
Stud Health Technol Inform 199, 13-21, 2014
The quest for engaging AmI: Patient engagement and experience design tools to promote effective assisted living
S Triberti, S Barello
Journal of biomedical informatics 63, 150-156, 2016
Changing avatars, changing selves? The influence of social and contextual expectations on digital rendition of identity
S Triberti, I Durosini, F Aschieri, D Villani, G Riva
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (8), 501-507, 2017
Patient empowerment for cancer patients through a novel ICT infrastructure
H Kondylakis, A Bucur, C Crico, F Dong, N Graf, S Hoffman, L Koumakis, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 101, 103342, 2020
The efficacy of psychological intervention on body image in breast cancer patients and survivors: a systematic-review and meta-analysis
V Sebri, I Durosini, S Triberti, G Pravettoni
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 611954, 2021
Presence-inducing media for mental health applications
G Riva, C Botella, R Baņos, F Mantovani, A García-Palacios, S Quero, ...
Immersed in media: Telepresence theory, measurement & technology, 283-332, 2015
Moral positioning in video games and its relation with dispositional traits: The emergence of a social dimension
S Triberti, D Villani, G Riva
Computers in Human Behavior, 2015
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