Marios Theodorou is a part-time Special Scientist for research (Postdoctoral level) at the Center for Applied Neuroscience (CAN), University of Cyprus. He currently works with Prof. Georgia Panayiotou (director of the Clinical Psychology and Psychophysiology lab) in a project which studies prevention of gambling behaviour in young adults.
Marios Theodorou holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Cyprus (2010), a MSc in Psychology, (track Clinical Psychology) from Leiden University in the Netherlands (2011), and a PhD degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Cyprus (2018). The majority of his current research applies correlational studies and lab experiments (using physiological methodology) to investigate cognitive and affective processes in psychopathology (e.g. anxiety, substance use etc). His research agenda, also, focuses in studying the development of psychological skills which act as protective factors for individuals’ wellbeing.
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