Cristiano Castelfranchi

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Cristiano Castelfranchi (born 1944 in Rome) is a senior research scientist at the Institute of Psychology of the Italian National Research Council. He teaches Cognitive Psychology and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Siena.[1] In 2003, he was made a fellow at the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence for pioneering work in Artificial Intelligence.[2]

His research topic include:

Selected Works[edit]


  • Trust Theory: A Socio-Cognitive and Computational Model (with Rino Falcone). 2010.
  • Cognitive and social action (with Rosaria Conte). 1995. London University College of London Press.
  • Artificial Social Systems (with Eric Werner). 1994. Springer Verlag.


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