Marios Theodorou

Marios Theodorou graduated with a Degree in Psychology in 2010 from the University of Cyprus. In 2011, he received a master’s degree (MSc in Psychology, track Clinical Psychology) from Leiden University in the Netherlands. Since September 2011, he is a student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at the University of Cyprus. Since September 2012 he has worked, during periods, as a part time special scientist at the Department of Psychology, University of Cyprus (teaching) and Centre for Applied Neuroscience (CAN), University of Cyprus (research)..

Research Interests: Cognition and emotion, experimental psychology, psychophysiology.

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Publications:

Panayiotou, G., Panteli, M., & Theodorou, M. (2016). Predictors of Loneliness in a Sample of College Men and Women in Cyprus: The Role of Anxiety and Social Skills. Psychology, Community & Health, 5(1), 16-30.

Constantinou, E., Panayiotou, G., & Theodorou, M. (2014). Emotion processing deficits in alexithymia and response to a depth of processing intervention. Biological psychology, 103, 212-222.

Avraamides, M. N., Theodorou, M., Agathokleous, A., & Nicolaou, A. (2013). Revisiting Perspective-Taking: Can People Maintain Imagined Perspectives? Spatial Cognition & Computation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 13:1, 50-78.