Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
A hard-working, self-motivated student of psychology with a passion for the phenomena surrounding mental health. I am particularly interested in how psychiatric disorders influence an array of aspects within our everyday life – ranging from gambling behaviour to conspiracy belief.
Date Position Institution name 2020 PhD & Master of Clinical Psychology Candidate University of Adelaide
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Greek, Modern (1453-) Can read, write, speak and understand spoken
Date Institution name Country Title 2018 - 2018 University of Adelaide Australia Honours of Psychological Science 2015 - 2017 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Psychological Science
Research InterestsBehavioral Science & Comparative Psychology Clinical Psychology Educational Psychology Experimental Psychology General Psychology & Cognitive Sciences Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology Psychology Psychology and Cognitive Sciences Social and Community Psychology Social Psychology Child and Adolescent Health Indigenous and Disadvantaged Health Innovative Therapeutics Men's Health Neuroscience, Behaviour and Brain Health Translational Health Outcomes
Year Citation 2020 Delfabbro, P., Georgiou, N., Malvaso, C., & King, D. (2020). Is Self-Reported Propensity for Everyday Illusions of Control Higher in Gamblers and Is It Associated With Gambling-Specific Erroneous Beliefs?. SAGE OPEN, 10(1), 6 pages.
2019 Georgiou, N., Delfabbro, P., & Balzan, R. (2019). Conspiracy beliefs in the general population: The importance of psychopathology, cognitive style and educational attainment. Personality and Individual Differences, 151, 7 pages.
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