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Laboratory of Psychological Research

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Laboratory of Psychological Research
University Campus Gallos
74100 Rethymnon
Crete, Greece.

Communication:

Marios A. Pourkos, Professor
Tel.: 0030-28310-77666 or 0030-6936550791
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Director of the Laboratory of Psychological Research

Marios A. Pourkos, Professor
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Academic Staff - Members of the Laboratory

Ekaterini Kornilaki, Assistant Professor
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Maria Kypriotaki, Assistant Professor
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Maria Markodimitraki, Assistant Professor
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Anastasios Matsopoulos, Assistant Professor
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Aims

The Laboratory of Psychological Research meets the research and teaching needs within the subject areas of Psychology with an emphasis on issues concerning preschool education, learning and development, i.e.:

General Psychology,
Developmental Psychology,
Pedagogical Psychology (Psychopedagogy),
School Psychology,
Psychology of Preschool Age,
Special Psychopedagogy of Preschool Age,
Ecological Psychology,
Social-Historical-Cultural Psychology,
Social Psychology,
Psychology of Learning,
Psychology of Individual Differences,
Psychology of Personality,
Psychology of Infants and Toddles,
Seminars in Psychology, etc.

Heads of Research Laboratory Units in Psychology

1. Unit of Ecological Psychology and Experiential, Heuristic and Narrative-Dialogic Psychopedagogy

Head: Marios A. Pourkos
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2. Unit of School Psychology

Head: Anastasios Matsopoulos
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3. Unit of Developmental Psychology

Head: Maria Markodimitraki
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RESEARCH UNIT OF ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EXPERIENTIAL, HEURISTIC AND NARRATIVE-DIALOGIC PSYCHOPEDAGOGY

Director: Marios A. Pourkos, Ph.D., Professor of Psychopedagogy: Alternative Contexts for Cognitive, Emotional and Moral Education and Development, University of Crete, School of Education, Department of Pre-School Education, Director of the Laboratory of Psychological Research and of the Research Unit of Ecological Psychology and Experiential, Heuristic and Narrative-Dialogic Psychopedagogy, University Campus Gallos, 74100 Rethymnon, Crete, Greece. Ε-mail: Αυτή η διεύθυνση ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου προστατεύεται από κακόβουλη χρήση. Χρειάζεται να ενεργοποιήσετε την Javascript για να τη δείτε.

The Research Unit of Ecological Psychology and Experiential, Heuristic and Narrative-Dialogic Psychopedagogy was founded in 2000 in order to develop research and educational processes concerning alternative-experiential psychopedagogical approaches of learning and development of students and educators based mainly on qualitative research methodologies/methods. The main objective of the Laboratorial Unit is to facilitate and support students and educators in their work in the spirit of development and application of ecological/systemic, social-historical-cultural, dialogic and embodied perspectives concerning their personal development (self-awareness), sensitization and initiation to alternative-experiential psychopedagogical approaches. It seeks to develop interpretive and ecologically valid forms of understanding in combination with the issues of multimodality, action research, play-art-narrative-based research methods and ethnographic-phenomenological and biographical-narrative epistemologies-methodologies as approaches aspiring to represent lived experience and psycho-pedagogical processes, in the context of group dynamics using a variety of experiential, heuristic and narrative-dialogic practices, techniques, activities, modalities and genres of discourse and writing.

Educational and research projects developed by the Research Unit are part of the Department of Preschool Education undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Crete [Pedagogical Psychology, Seminars in Pedagogical Psychology, Seminars in Qualitative Research Methodologies/Methods, as well as in Arts-based, Play-based, Narrative-based, and Bodily-Kinetic-based Social-Moral Education, Learning and Development, supervision of students' dissertations (undergraduate, graduate and, Ph.D. level)]. Within the Research Unit trained and do their research graduate students (Section: "Applications of Psychology in Education", Specialty: "Alternative Psychopedagogical Approaches") and Ph.D. candidates related to the subject of the Pedagogical Psychology.

The basic activities of the Research Unit of Ecological Psychology and Experiential, Heuristic and Narrative-Dialogic Psychopedagogy can be summarized as follows:

1. Basic and applied research: Basic and applied research in the field of psycho-pedagogical alternative approaches to issues primarily related to the process of student's and teacher's personal development, self-awareness and socio-moral education, learning and development. Within the Research Unit is using and developing a wide range of creative embodied-experiential multimodal practices and play-arts-narrative-based research methods [including visual methods (photography, video, film making) as well as methods based on visual arts, music, poetry, voice/singing, drama, dance-movement, etc.] within a group psychopedagogical participation. It aims to study theoretically, empirically and practically the role of lived experience, context, embodied and kinesthetic experience to educational, learning and developmental processes (mainly those concerned with self-knowledge, social-moral learning and personal development of students and educators). To better achieve its research goals, the Lab actively co-operates with other researchers from the Universities in Greece and abroad.

2. Student education: The Research Unit offers basic education in alternative psychopedagogical approaches to the students of the Department through a series of experiential and multimodal activities within the core courses in Pedagogical and Ecological Psychology as well as seminars and workshops. The Lab offers technical support and academic supervision for students doing qualitative research in Pedagogical Psychology for their diploma, master and Ph.D. theses.

3. Academic-scientific development – links to the community: One of the Lab's basic goals is the pursuit and development of scientific dialogue within the closer academic and educational community but also with the wider public community in Rethymnon and other cities of Crete. To this end, the Research Unit organizes several scientific seminars, workshops, symposia and conferences.

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT

Director, Anastassios Matsopoulos, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of School Psychology

Purpose

The School Psychology Unit belongs to the Lab of Psychological Research and its purpose is to promote research, applied programs and training to promote the field of School Psychology in Greece and to foster collaborations within the European Union and internationally with scholars, researchers and practitioners. The School Psychology Unit is focused in research and training in the two key stakeholders for children's well-being and mental health namely: parents and teachers. An important goal of the unit's mission is to promote the identity of the school psychologist and advocate for its rightful position in the Greek public educational system. Our goal is the creation of a national and a European network of school psychologists, educators, and researchers to promote collaborations, research and trainings within Greece and outside of it.

The School Psychology Unit has organized two successful international conferences in 2008 (School Psychology: Necessary for Quality Education) and 2011 (Psychoeducational Interventions for Preschool and School Age Children) with international speakers and high attendance from the educational and psychological community.

The School Psychology Unit's initiatives in research and training are supported by a team of associates namely, psychologists, school psychologists, educators, speech-therapists and special educators among other professionals.

The School Psychology Unit in collaboration with researchers, educators, psychologists, graduate and undergraduate students are focusing in the following areas for research and trainings:

Preschoolers and School Psychology
Psychoeducational Interventions for Preschool and School Age Children
Innovative Approaches to Preschool Education and Applications for School Psychologists (Reggio Emilia Approach)
Prevention and Prevention Programs in Schools
Resilience and Applications in Schools (Students, Teachers) and Families
ADHD Children, Children with Behavioral and Social-Emotional Problems and Interventions.
School Violence and Interventions
Classroom Management for Preschool and Elementary School Teachers
Ecosystemic Resilience-Focused Consultation in Schools
Parent Training and Education
International School Psychology
Multidisciplinary Approach in Assessment and Intervention of Preschool and Elementary School Children
Play-Based Assessment

Collaborating Institutions & Agencies

The School Psychology Unit has or is still collaborating with the institutions and agencies such as:

Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus, Department of Educational Psychology
University of Cyprus, Department of Psychology and Center of Applied Neurosciences
Smile of the Child (NGO for Promotion of Children Rights)
Ombudsman for Children's' Rights
Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, USA
The College of Saint Rose, New York, USA
American Community Schools of Athens (ACS)
College Psichico- Athens College
Preschools and Elementary Schools in Crete

FUNDED PROJECTS (RESEARCH GRANTS)

1. ANASTASIOS MATSOPOULOS

[1] 16/12/2012-30/11/2015. A Resilience Curriculum for Early and Primary Schools in Europe, Multilateral Project funded by the European Union implemented by the School Psychology Unit, its associates and the University of Crete (KA 3821) which is participating as Partner 2 under the scientific leadership of Dr. Matsopoulos. The other universities-partners are: the University of Malta, Malta (Coordinator) University of Pavia, Italy, Orebro University, Sweden, University of Lisbon, Portugal, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

[2] 1/10/2011-2014/15 Effective Early Interventions With Children with Conduct Problems: A pilot study of the "Parenting the Strong-Willed Child" Group Curriculum with Greek Parents & Parent Training funded partially by the Center of Applied Neurosciences-University of Cyprus and the AntiDrug Council of Cyprus. The project is implemented by Dr Anthi Loutsiou, Director of Clinical Training for the School Psychology of the University of Cyprus in collaboration with the the School Psychology Unit and Dr. Matsopoulos.

2. EKATERINA KORNILAKI

[1] 12.2008-11.2009: «Overweight children: The development of their social stigmatism» (Κ.Α. 2762). Research grant by ELKE, University of Crete (2820 Euros). Principal investigator: Dr Ekaterina Kornilaki.

[2] 05.2010–09.2010: «Children's afterlife beliefs and the role of parents» (Κ.Α. 2963). Research grant by ELKE, University of Crete (1000 Euros). Principal investigator: Dr Ekaterina Kornilaki.

[3] 09.2010-09.2011: «The obese children and their mothers» (Κ.Α. 3115). Research grant by ELKE, University of Crete (1000 Euros). Principal investigator: Dr Ekaterina Kornilaki.

[4] 05.2013–09.2013: «Grandparenting and autistic child: challenges and rewards" Research grant by ELKE, University of Crete (1000 Euros). Principal investigator: Dr Ekaterina Kornilaki.

3. MARIA MARKODIMITRAKI

[1] 01.1999-06.1999: "Structure and development of human mind from 2nd to 24th month of life, normal routes and deviation factors", project carried out at the University of Crete, Department of Philosophy and Social Studies, Section of Psychology (supervised by Prof. Dr. Giannis Kougioumoutzakis). The aim of the project was: a) the coding of the visual and kinetic infant behavior, b) the micro-analysis of the codified infant behavior in 1/25" using LOGGER, K.A. 943.

[2] 05.2004-12.2006: Postgraduate researcher in the project PYTHAGORAS titled "Twin and non twin infants in their interactions with Important Others: Cognitive, emotional and social development", carried out at the University of Crete, Department of Philosophy and Social Studies, Section of Psychology (supervised by Prof. Dr. Giannis Kougioumoutzakis). The aim of the project was: a) methodological planning, b) data collection from infants' houses, c) data analysis, K.A. 1909.

[3] 05.2011-05.2012: Supervisor of the research project "Emotional and social development of typically developing and autistic pre-school aged twins". The aim of the project was: a) methodological planning, b) data collection from twins' schools, c) data analysis and d) data presentation in congress, K.A. 3375.

[4] 05.2012-05.2013: "Developmental problems of preschool aged twins and their relation to perinatal problems", project carried out at the University of Crete, Department of Preschool Education (supervised by Assistant Professor Dr. Maria Kypriotaki). The aim of the project was: a) methodological planning, b) data collection from twins' schools, c) data analysis and d) data presentation in congress, K.A. 3612.

[5] 05.2013: Sypervisor of the research project titled "Maternal affect and its impact on infants: a mother-child free play longitudinal study", ΚΑ 3749, granted by ELKE for the supply of a software on data selection, analyze and statistics of human behaviour, and equipment such as digital video cameras and projector within the program titled "Research infrastructures", K.A. 3749.

4. MARIA KYPRIOTAKI

[1] 2010-2011 Project title: Grandparents with a typical and a disabled grandchild: their involvement in care and development. The aim of the project was to explore and compare grandparents' involvement in families with a typical developing grandchild and with a grandchild with special educational needs. More specifically, this project aimed to assess the extent and the kind of grandparents' involvement, the quality of their relationship and their emotional closeness and the factors that may affect their involvement. The project included: a) methodological planning b) data collection from grantparents of children with and without special educational needs, c) data analysis and d) data presentation in congress. Duration: 22-11-2010 until 21-11-2011, ΚΑ: 3103.

[2] 2012-2013: Project title: "Developmental problems of preschool aged twins and their relation to perinatal problems", project carried out at the University of Crete, Department of Preschool Education. The aim of the project was to identify twins with physical and developmental deficits, to examine if certain characteristics of the twins are related with specific health problems and to examine parental perceptions of the Greek twin preschoolers regarding twins' placement in same or different classroom. The project included a) methodological planning, b) data collection from twins' parents, c) data analysis and d) data presentation in congress. Duration:22-05-2012 until 10-05-2013, ΚΑ: 3612.

CONFERENCES

LABORATORY UNIT OF ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EXPERIENTIAL, HEURISTIC AND NARRATIVE-DIALOGICAL PSYCHOPEDAGOGY (DIRECTOR: MARIOS A. POURKOS, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 25 ‒ 27 May 2007: Perspectives and Limits of Dialogism in Mikhail Bakhtin: Implications in Psychology, Art, Education and Culture

http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=102%3A-mikhail-bakhtin-&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[2] 10 – 12 October 2008: Lived Experience, Metaphor and Multimodality: Implications for Communication, Education, Learning and Knowledge

http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=99%3A2010-05-14-15-23-09&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

LABORATORY UNIT OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: ANASTASIOS MATSOPOULOS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 23 ‒ 25 May 2008: School Psychology: Necessary for Α Quality Education

http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=97%3A2010-05-14-15-19-51&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

SYMPOSIA

LABORATORY UNIT OF ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EXPERIENTIAL, HEURISTIC AND NARRATIVE-DIALOGICAL PSYCHOPEDAGOGY (DIRECTOR: MARIOS A. POURKOS, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 05 - 06 November 2004: Body, Education and Experiential Knowledge: Social-Cultural Practices and Dimensions of non Verbal Communication and Narration
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=109%3A2010-05-14-15-44-51&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[2] 19 - 22 Μay 2005: The Myth of Decontextualized and Desembodied Knowledge and Its Implications in Education and Society

[3] 19 - 22 Μay 2005: Myths in Approaches of Self and Diversity

[4] 24 November 2006: Seeking the Meaning and the Role of Storytelling and Fairytales: Critical Approaches, Processes of Creation and Reception, Psychopedagogical and Psychotherapeutic Dimensions
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=107%3A2010-05-14-15-41-56&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[5] 16 – 17 March 2007: Theory and Qualitative Research Methods: Perspectives and Limits http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100%3A2010-05-14-15-27-26&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[6] 18 ‒ 22 April 2007: The Role of the Body in the Processes of Learning, Development and Knowledge: Toward an Embodied Psychology and Education

[7] 29 May 2008 – 01 June 2008: The Role of Social Practical Activity and Subjectivity in Processes of Cognitive Development and Learning: Socio-Historical-Cultural, Ecological and Dialogical Approaches

[8] 29 May 2008 – 01 June 2008: The Role of the Body and of the Systems of Perception-Action in Children's Learning and Developmental Processes

[9] 12 – 13 November 2010: Possibilities and Limits of Qualitative Methodologies in Psychology and Education: Expanding Perspectives
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=321%3A2010-11-05-15-53-56&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[10] 25 – 27 November 2011: Possibilities and Limits of the Arts-based Qualitative Methodologies: Expanding Horizons, Creating Links
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=475%3Apourkosvol3&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[11] 22, 23 & 24 June 2012: The Absent Presence of the Body in Social Sciences, Art, Education and Health Sciences: Methodological Issues and New Perspectives
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=519%3Aapousasimposium&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[12] 22 ‒ 26 May 2013: Lived Experience and Qualitative Research Approaches in Psychology and Education: Epistemological-Methodological Issues and New Perspectives http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=563%3Abiwmapsyhologiaekpaideysh&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[13] 13 & 14 July 2013: The Body as a Locus of Creating Social Meanings: Applications in Social Sciences, Art, Education and Health Sciences
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=564%3Abodysocialmeanings&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

ARTISTIC EXHIBITIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF SYMPOSIUM

[1] 13 ‒ 28 JULY 2013: Within the context of the interdisciplinary symposium The Body as a Locus of Creating Social Meanings: Applications in Social Sciences, Art, Education and Health Sciences took place in Andros an art exhibition of 24 Greek artists titled: The Body as a Locus of Presence and Absence (Curator: Chrisoula Skepetzi).
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=566%3Abodysocialmeanings&catid=65%3Aconferences&Itemid=575&lang=el

[2] 03 ‒ 12 SEPTEMBER 2013: The same art exhibition of 24 Greek artists titled: The Body as a Locus of Presence and Absence (Curator: Chrisoula Skepetzi) that took place in Andros within the interdisciplinary symposium The Body as a Locus of Creating Social Meanings: Applications in Social Sciences, Art, Education and Health Sciences took also place in Athens in the Art Center of the Freedom Park.

LABORATORY UNIT OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: ANASTASIOS MATSOPOULOS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 03 – 04 June 2011: Psychoeducational Interventions for Preschool and School Age Children
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=480%3A2011-05-18-11-10-46&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

DAY CONFERENCES

LABORATORY UNIT OF ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EXPERIENTIAL, HEURISTIC AND NARRATIVE-DIALOGICAL PSYCHOPEDAGOGY (DIRECTOR: MARIOS A. POURKOS, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 13 May 2003: Updating and Critical Reflection on Program of Studies of the Department of Preschool Education, University of Crete

[4] 12 Μay 2006: Social-Historical-Cultural Dimensions of Learning and Developmental Processes
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=104%3A2010-05-14-15-39-01&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[5] 18 May 2006: Psychopedagogical and Psychotherapeutic Functions of Play and Narratives
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=106%3A2010-05-14-15-41-09&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[13] 11 December 2009: The Place of a Child in the Context of the New Forms of Living Together: New Challenges for Parents and Professionals of Mental Health
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92%3A2010-05-14-15-10-22&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

[15] 11 October 2011: Qualitative Research and Critical Psychopedagogy: Their Practices in Rural Areas of Brazil
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=488%3Apoiotikiereuna2011&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

LABORATORY UNIT OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: ANASTASIOS MATSOPOULOS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 03 December 2010: Aegean Waves: A Current Narrative on Disability and Its Applications for Education and Life

LABORATORY UNIT OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (DIRECTOR: MARIA MARKODIMITRAKI, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

MARIA MARKODIMITRAKI

[1] 07 March 2009: Parental Involvement and Development
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=88%3A2010-05-14-15-02-34&catid=36%3Asynedria&Itemid=177&lang=el

MARIA KYPRIOTAKI (ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF CRETE)

[1] 03 December 2010: Psychoeducational Approach of Disability
http://www.edc.uoc.gr/ptpe/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=343%3Apsychoeducational-approach-of-disability&catid=65%3Aconferences&Itemid=575&lang=el

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