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Biography
Dr. Katerina Maniadaki
Dr. Katerina Maniadaki

Department of Social Work
Technological Educational Institution of Athens, Greece

Associate Professor

 

Email: katerina@arsi.gr

 

Qualifications
2002 Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of Southampton, UK

1996 M.Sc., Department of Genetics, University Paris VIII, France

1995 B.A., Department of Sciendes of Behaviour, University Louis Pasteur (Strasbourg II), France

1994 B.A., Department of Psychology, University of Athens, Greece

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Papaeliou, C., Maniadaki, K., & Kakouros, E. (2015). Association between story recall and other language abilities in school children with ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders, 19 (1), 53-62.
  2. Maniadaki, K. & Kakouros, E. (2011). Attention problems and learning disabilities in young offenders in detention in Greece. Psychology, 2 (1), 53-59.
  3. Maniadaki, K. & Kakouros, E. (2008). Social profiles and mental health problems of young offenders in detention in Greece. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 18 (4), 207-215.
  4. Maniadaki, K., Sonuga-Barke, E., Kakouros, E., & Karaba, R. (2007). Parental beliefs about the nature of AD/HD behaviours and their relationship to referral intentions in preschool children. Child: Care, Health and Development, 33 (2), 188-195.
  5. Maniadaki, K., Sonuga-Barke, E., Kakouros, E., & Karaba, R. (2006). AD/HD symptoms and conduct problems: Similarities and differences in maternal perceptions. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15 (4), 460-474.
  6. Maniadaki, K., Sonuga-Barke, E., & Kakouros, E. (2006). Adults’s self-efficacy beliefs and referral attitudes for boys and girls with AD/HD. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 15 (3), 132-140.
  7. Kakouros, E., Maniadaki, K., & Karaba, R. (2005). The relationship between Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder and aggressive behaviour in preschool boys and girls. Early Child Development and Care, 175 (3), 203-214.
  8. Maniadaki, K., Sonuga-Barke, E., & Kakouros, E. (2003). Trainee nursery teachers’ perceptions of disruptive behaviour disorders; the effect of sex of child on judgements of typicality and severity. Child: Care, Health and Development, 29, 6, 433-440.