Kostas A Papageorgiou

Dr Kostas A Papageorgiou

PhD

Queen's University Belfast

Lecturer

Belfast | United Kingdom

Specialties: Developmental Psychology and Personality

Kostas A Papageorgiou

Dr Kostas A Papageorgiou

PhD
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Primary Affiliation: Queen's University Belfast - Belfast , United Kingdom

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Education
Feb 2015
PhD
Psychology
Oct 2011
MSc
Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience
Oct 2009
BSc
Psychology
Top co-authors
Angelica Ronald
Angelica Ronald

Institute of Psychiatry

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Tim J Smith

University of London

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Mark H Johnson
Mark H Johnson

University of London

2
Natasha Z Kirkham
Natasha Z Kirkham

Birkbeck College

1
Rachel Wu
Rachel Wu

University of Rochester

1
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Teresa Farroni

University of London

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Publications

11Publications

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13PubMed Central Citations

Individual Differences in Newborn Visual Attention Associate with Temperament and Behavioral Difficulties in Later Childhood.

Sci Rep 2015 Jun 25;5:11264. Epub 2015 Jun 25.

Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Department of Psychological Science, Birkbeck University of London, UK.

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June 2015
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Individual differences in infant fixation duration relate to attention and behavioral control in childhood.

Psychol Sci 2014 Jul 8;25(7):1371-9. Epub 2014 May 8.

Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Department of Psychological Sciences, Birkbeck, University of London

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July 2014
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"He who sees things grow from the beginning will have the finest view of them" a systematic review of genetic studies on psychological traits in infancy.

Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2013 Sep 2;37(8):1500-17. Epub 2013 May 2.

Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Department of Psychological Science, Birkbeck University of London, UK. Electronic address:

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September 2013
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Gender Differences in Cognitive Abilities: The Role of Stereotype and «Sibling Effect»

5 (4), pages 83-90

Theoretical and Experimental Psychology

The research task was to give a more complete picture of the phenomenon of gender differences in mathematical, spatial, and general cognitive ability. By focusing on the social factors we examined the influence of «sibling effect» and stereotypes on the performance in these abilities. The study was conducted using an online test administration. The study involved 196 male and female participants. The results showed the absence of gender differences (with the exception of a small male advantage in mathematical fluency), as well as the absence of any sibling effect on mathematical and spatial performance. Overall, stereotype (that men show better mathematical and spatial performance) was also shown not to have an effect on any of the assessed abilities. Keywords: spatial and mathematical abilities, gender, «sibling effect», stereotype.

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May 2012
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Top co-authors
Angelica Ronald
Angelica Ronald

Institute of Psychiatry

3
Tim J Smith
Tim J Smith

University of London

2
Mark H Johnson
Mark H Johnson

University of London

2
Natasha Z Kirkham
Natasha Z Kirkham

Birkbeck College

1
Rachel Wu
Rachel Wu

University of Rochester

1
Teresa Farroni
Teresa Farroni

University of London

1