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Academic Rank: Professor, Head of SED Department

Subject: Psychobiology of Human Development

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Tel: (+30) 24210-74739

Research interests

The psychobiological and neuropsychological approaches of learning and developmental disabilities as well as the relationship between brain laterality and cognitive abilities.

SED courses

  • Biological Bases of Development
  • Psychophysiology
  • Psychophysiology of Learning Disorders
  • Physiology of Learning and Memory

Office Hours

  • Monday    08:00-10:00
  • Thursday  11:30-13:30

Recent Publications

  • Kasselimis, D., Margarity, M., & Vlachos, F. (2008). Cerebellar function,dyslexiaand articulation speed. Child Neuropsychology, 14, 303-313. Full Text
  • Andreou, E., Andreou, G., & Vlachos, F. (2008). Learning styles and performance in second language tasks. TESOL Quarterly, 42, 665-674. Abstract
  • Papalexopoulos, P., Vavougios, D., Vlachos, F., & Karapetsas, A. (2008). The investigation of the effectiveness of the criteria for the construction of a physics text for students with dyslexia: The case of electric current. Themes in Science &Technology Education, 1, 91-106.
  • Vlachos, F. (2008). Evoked potentials in infants and kindergartners: Their contribution in detecting developmental dyslexia (in Greek). Engephalos, 45, 160-166.
  • Vlachos, F. (2010). Dyslexia: A synthetic approach to causal theories (in Greek).Hellenic Journal of Psychology.

More information

Filippos Vlachos was born in Korinthos, Greece (1965). He holds one bachelor degree in Pedagogy (1984) and one in Biology (1988) from the University of Patras. In 1995 he obtained a post graduate diploma in Educational Psychology and Counseling (University of Patras), and in 1997 received his PhD degree from the University of Thessaly.

Filippos Vlachos is currently an Professor of Psychobiology at the Department of Special Education in the University of Thessaly, Greece.

He is the author of the book Handedness: Myths and Reality (in Greek) and co-editor in three more scientific editions. He has published more than sixty (60) articles in referred national & international journals, with more than eighty (80) known citations. He is a member of five (5) national & international scientific associations and he is acting as a reviewer for many international as well as for Greek peer review journals. He has also been involved for years in the pre-service and in-service training of teachers in the primary and secondary education.

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