Antonios I. Christou, Ph.D.
|2010-2017||School of Psychology||University of Birmingham (UK)|
|2015-2018||School of Applied Social Sciences||De Montfort University|
|2018-||Department of Psychology||University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus|
Area:Developmental Neuroscience; Psychopathology; Neuroimaging Genetics; Differential Susceptibility
A fundamental feature of our behaviour is the ability to flexibly and efficiently prepare and specify our actions and responses in the constantly changing world. My current research focuses on how our brain and genetics transform our experiences into purposeful and efficient actions, as well as into affective functions and responses.
I am actively involved in the emerging field of Neuroimaging Genetics, which integrates brain activity and genetic profiles to promote understanding of human risk and resilience for affective problems. My PhD research completed in 2014 at the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, unveiled the genetic and neural mechanisms that associated with developmental psychopathology in early childhood (e.g., Christou et al., 2016).
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|Christou AI, Wallis Y, Bair H, et al. (2017) Serotonin 5-HTTLPR Genotype Modulates Reactive Visual Scanning of Social and Non-social Affective Stimuli in Young Children. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 11: 118|
|Christou AI, Miall RC, McNab F, et al. (2016) Individual differences in explicit and implicit visuomotor learning and working memory capacity. Scientific Reports. 6: 36633|
|Christou AI, Endo S, Wallis Y, et al. (2016) Variation in serotonin transporter linked polymorphic region (5-HTTLPR) short/long genotype modulates resting frontal electroencephalography asymmetries in children. Development and Psychopathology. 28: 239-50|
|Christou AI, Wallis Y, Bair H, et al. (2015) BDNF Val(66)Met and 5-HTTLPR Genotype are Each Associated with Visual Scanning Patterns of Faces in Young Children. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 175|