Paolo Legrenzi graduated in 1965 from the University of Padua, having as a teacher Paolo Bozzi. He continued his training in London with Peter Wason and Philip Johnson-Laird, pioneers in the field of psychology of thought. In 1974 he was a lecturer at the University of Trieste, from 1988 to 1990 he held a professorship at the University of Geneva, then he was an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University College of London and a Visiting Professor at the University of Princeton. He is a member of the Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, of the Association for Psychological Science, of the Associazione il Mulino (president of the Editorial Board since 2012) and of the evaluation team of the University of Aix-Marseille. He is Professor Emeritus of Cognitive Psychology at the University Ca' Foscariof Venice and President of the Scientific Committee of Ca' Foscari Competency Centre. He is president of LUISS X.ITE, the LUISS consumer research and marketing centre. He has worked in the consumer field with FIAMM, IVECO, Ferrero, L'Orèal and in the behavioural finance sector as a consultant for Unicredit, Credem, Banco Popolare, Mediolanum and Banca Generali. He keeps a weekly letter dedicated to behavioral finance, Money in the Head, for GAM. Over the years he wrote for the types of Laterza, il Mulino and Raffaello Cortina and for the newspapers Gazzettino, Repubblica, Sole24Ore. He is currently a lecturer in consumer psychology at the IULM, as part of the ATENEO PER LA CITTA' (ATHENS FOR THE CITY) programme.
Although IULM University applies all necessary diligence to ensure the publication of correct, updated and complete information, it is not responsible for the contents of the curricula published online on the Portal
www.iulm.it, the owner of this curriculum vitae, and is solely responsible for the correctness and truthfulness of the information contained therein.
Although IULM University takes all necessary care to ensure the publication of correct, updated and complete information, it is not responsible for the contents of the curricula published online on the Portal www.iulm.it. The holder of this curriculum vitae is the exclusive guarantor and responsible for the correctness and truthfulness of the information contained therein.
Le più citate su Google Scholar (più di mille citazioni le prime due):
Naive probability: a mental model theory of extensional reasoning. 1999, Psychological review 106 (1), 62
Focussing in reasoning and decision making, Cognition 49 (1), 37-6- 332 - 1993
Event controllability in counterfactual thinkin - 215 - 1991
Acta Psychologica 78 (1), 111-133.
The structure of problem-solving knowledge, Industrial and Corporate Change 9 (4), 757-788 - 182 - 2000
Reasoning from inconsistency to consistency.Psychological Review 111, - 141 - 2004
Illusions in reasoning about consistency, 2004,Science 288 (5465), 531-532
Pur applicando tutte le necessarie diligenze volte a garantire la pubblicazione di informazioni corrette, aggiornate e complete, l’Università IULM non è responsabile dei contenuti riportati nei curricula pubblicati online sul Portale www.iulm.it.
Il titolare del presente curriculum vitae è garante e responsabile in via esclusiva della correttezza e veridicità delle informazioni in esso riportate.