C. Suitner got her PhD is 2009 and she is currently associate professor at University of Padova where she teaches Persuasion and Social Influence at the Master Degree in Community Psychology. Her research focuses on the relation between social cognition and language, with particular attention to the role of para-semantic linguistic features and their role in attitude formation and change. She is also interested in the role of online information for attitude formation and belief in fake news, in social inequality, and gender issues. She published in journals such as Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Psychological Science, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Journal of Experimental Psychology, European Journal of Social Psychology, and Social Cognition. She has also contributed to several edited books, has edited a special issue for Social Psychology and she is currently editing one to appear in the Journal of Language and Social Psychology, she co-authored the book Living in an Asymmetrical World, published by Psychology Press. C. Suitner spent 1 year as PhD in Melbourne, 6 months at the New School and 5 months at the New York University as visiting scholar, strengthening her ties with the international community.