In the past Massimo Martini has collaborated on articles with Marina Paolanti. One of their most recent publications is Effect of skin diseases on attitudes and interpersonal behavior. Which was published in journal Clinics in Dermatology.

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Massimo Martini's Articles: (2)

Effect of skin diseases on attitudes and interpersonal behavior

AbstractOur observations of psychosomatic dermatology, formed in liaison consultation within the Unit of Psychosomatics of the University of Florence Department of Dermatology, have led us to certain considerations along lines suggested to us by social psychology, a discipline that tends to consider all human phenomena from a viewpoint which is at the same time psychological and sociologic, rejecting the prejudice which relegates the psychologic to the sphere of the individual and the social to that of the collective. Social psychology was recognized as a separate discipline at the beginning of the century when, in 1908, two treatises that appeared within a few months of each other—one by an American, Ross,1 the other by an Englishman, McDougall2—were the first to use the title “Social Psychology.” With these began the period of scientific elaboration of social psychology. In 1924, another text, by Allport,3 was the beginning of systematic experimental elaboration of social psychology. Freud4 confirmed, in 1921, that the contraposition of individual and social psychology is really meaningless, since man is always, with rare exceptions, in relationship with others; therefore, individual psychology is also social psychology.

Robotic retail surveying by deep learning visual and textual data

Highlights•ROCKy is a mobile robot for data collection and surveying in a retail store.•ROCKy detects Shelf Out of Stock and Promotional Activities based on Deep Learning.•The deep learning approach evaluates visual and textual content of an image.•The approach was applied on a new public dataset with annotated shelves images.•Experimental results confirmed the effectiveness of the approach.

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