Angelos obtained his first degree in Psychology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2010. He then continued his studies at Leiden University where he obtained his research master’s degree in Clinical & Health Psychology in 2013. Since then, he works at the department of Clinical Psychology as a PhD student. During his studies he worked as a research assistant in two projects focusing on the relations between anxiety, processing of emotional information, executive cognitive performance, and resting-state EEG theta/beta ratio. He is currently interested in the effects of stress on cognitive performance, the role of threat-selective attention, and pharmacological treatments that prevent these effects.
- Member of the graduate school of experimental psychopathology (EPP)
- Member of Leiden institute for brain and cognition (LIBC)