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Evgenia Gkintoni

Evgenia Gkintoni
General Hospital of Patras - Saint Andrews · Division of Psychology

Doctor of Clinical Neuropsychology / University of Crete
Clinical Psychologist in General Hospital of Patras | Adjunct Lecturer | Dept of Psychology | Univ. of Ioannina

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Introduction
Evgenia Gkintoni is Psychologist & holds Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Crete. Also holds a MSc in “’Mental Health” & a M.Ed in “Educational Leadership & Management”. Her professional experience is 17 years at clinical & educational settings & has psychotherapeutic education from 2010-today, in Systemic, CB Therapy & EMDR. Her research interests are related to the fields of Cognitive (Neuro)science and its application to Clinical, Educational & Marketing Settings.
Additional affiliations
October 2022 - November 2022
University of Ioannina
Position
  • Adjunct Lecturer
Description
  • Lectures on Community Clinical Psychology, Adult Psychopathology (Winter Semester) Psychology of Individual Differences (Spring Semester) E-mail: evi.gintoni@uoi.gr
February 2022 - present
University of Patras
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Introduction in Neurosciences
November 2021 - present
University of Patras
Position
  • Consultant
Description
  • Master entitled: Special Educational Needs of Children & Adolescents: Learning Capabilities & Learning Difficulties Lectures: 1. Cognitive Functions - General 2. Human Brain Organization & Cognitive Functions 3. Neuropsychological Methods of Cognition - Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 4. Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language & Learning: The Mediating Role of Emotions 5. Cognitive Psychology and Reading 6. Cognitive Psychology and Dyslexia https://post.elemedu.upatras.gr/index.php/didaskontes
Education
February 2012 - February 2014
Università Degli Studi Roma Tre
Field of study
  • Educational Leadership and Administration
January 2012 - May 2018
University of Crete
Field of study
  • Clinical Neuropsychology
October 2005 - April 2008

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Publications (50)
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The purpose of this study is to examine the scientific foundations for integrating neuroscience in general and cognitive neuroscience specifically into the field of education. The scientific community has demonstrated a strong interest in recent decades in integrating neuroscience into education and the various levels of learning: cognition and em...
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Mental trauma has become widely acknowledged as a significant element in developing psychopathology in children and adolescents in recent years. Health issues associated with mental trauma in children and adolescents have been researched in the worldwide literature. Simultaneously, the risks of exposing children and adolescents to traumatic experie...
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Objectives: The goal of this research is to investigate the scientific basis for integrating neuroscience in general, and cognitive neuroscience in particular, into the field of educational leadership. In recent decades, the scientific community has shown a great interest in integrating neuroscience into higher education and the many levels of lead...
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The present study investigates the role of synchronous and asynchronous education techniques in the context of digital and game-based learning materials through a collaborative study, conducted during the Covid-19 pandemic (October 2020 – June 2021), in an online e-learning environment. The study involved 35 last-year elementary school children, in...
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Tourism has developed into a distinct phenomenon in contemporary times, primarily associated with leisure and consumerism. It is worth noting that tourism is both a noteworthy branch of economic activity and a remarkable employer of many employees since it employs a sizable number of jobless people and has a seasonal character of labor. Greek Touri...
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Neuromarketing is a growing multidisciplinary area that combines consumer behavior, neuroscience, and economics to give the tourism industry with new methods that are more effective than standard marketing methodologies in responding to changing market conditions. In addition, human behavior rules in tourist activities, tourism consumer behavior, a...
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E-sports have grown in popularity on a worldwide scale. Recent assessments place the industry's value at more than $612 million, with operations spanning Europe, North America, and Asia's emerging economies. Nowadays, e-Sports are being hailed as a highly effective marketing channel for businesses. The current study attempted to analyze the persona...
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Recent advancements in information and communication technology (ICT) and the growing use of technological equipment by young adults, combined with unrestricted access to the Internet and social media and the unrestricted use of smartphones and computers, have resulted in the emergence of social phenomena such as sexting. This article serves two pu...
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The Stroop test is a neuropsychological assessment that is worldwide recognized for its sensitivity and reliability in assessing frontal activation and executive function control. The Stroop test was conducted in this research effort using the Unity machine in a virtual test with the identical application approach and outcome measurement as in the...
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The current research examines the personality characteristics and emotional intelligence of young adult consumers who shop through social media. Consumer behaviour has long piqued the research community's curiosity. Contemporary customer behavior analysis considers a wide variety of influences affecting the consumer and recognizes a wide variety of...
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The analysis of decisions and choices of tourists is of and increased importance. Characteristics, determinants and anticipation of tourism demand attract the interest of academic and scientific circles as well as tourism professionals and those who are responsible for tourism policy. Also, the integration of expert systems in tourism policy can be...
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Despite the crucial role of emotion in decision-making, research has yet to fully describe how viewers effectively use emotional content. While an increasing body of research explores the emotions at work in consuming settings, a greater understanding of consumers' emotional coping capacities has the potential to impact business success outcomes. T...
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Nowadays, there is a growing interest for social inclusion and participation of persons with disabilities in tourist industry. Tourism is vital part of modern lifestyle and is considered beneficial for individuals with disabilities enhancing personal development and promoting quality of life. This project aims to investigate policies implemented an...
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The chronological order and analysis of Greek print detergent advertisements in this article, aims to provide an elaborate model of observation of detergent advertisements and, in particular, their displacements in the period between 1902 and 2019. The empirical material of the study is composed of 300 detergent advertisements based on their use. T...
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In a rapidly evolving and ever-changing world, a changing international environment where there is plenty of information and products, the sale and consumption of goods is an integral part of most of the world's inhabitants' daily routine. People make decisions and make choices on what products they will consume depending on the needs they want to...
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In this research paper presents the Evaluation of burnout Index professionals working in both the private and public sector, amid the economic upheavalin Greece. Data were collected by filling working adults aged 18 years and above through a questionnaire which is designed to measure burnout at work (Maslach Burnout Inventory - MBI). This questionn...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Compulsive shopping and spending is described as a pattern of chronic, repetitive purchasing that becomes difficult to stop and ultimately results in harmful consequences. It is defined as an impulse control disorder and has features similar to other addictive disorders without involving the use of an intoxicating drug. There...
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Emotional intelligence is both characteristic of personality and intellectual capacity, which a person inherits from the genetic material of its parents and evolves-develops throughout lifetime. It refers to information processing capacity arising from the emotions and their utility to guide action in situations that require activation of the cogni...
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Purpose: The study focuses on exploration of knowledge for online booking systems and on the views of local students-users concerning the booking rate based on these online systems. Another perspective of this project is to investigate the decision-making process (emotion-focused) that they follow in order to choose a tourist destination via online...
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) involves difficulties in communication, relationships, and social interactions. Social deficits, in conjunction with sensory issues, can provoke several difficulties regarding the capacity of a child to be engaged in a relationship. The present study is a case report that outlines the implementation of a sex education...
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Community living individuals with SCI face major health-related QoL challenges, especially in countries such as Greece, due to the lack of infrastructure and support networks. The aim of this study is to evaluate QoL of people with SCI who have already completed the rehabilitation program and live in the geographic area of Western Greece and to ide...
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Neurocognitive deficits are a core feature of psychotic spectrum disorders. It is commonly accepted in the scientific psychiatric community that atients who suffer from a particular psychotic disorder, have a variety of deficits in most cognitive functions including executive function, memory and attention. The purpose of the study is to examine ne...
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Introduction: People with SCI face major health-related QoL challenges especially in Greece due to the lack of infrastructure and support networks. To evaluate QoL of 40 persons living in the community who had more than one year after the completion of their rehabilitation program. The current pilot study aims to determine QoL of individuals with S...
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Life Orientation is aimed at developing and engaging young adults in personal, psychological, neurocognitive, motor, physical, moral, spiritual, cultural and socio-economic areas, so that they can achieve their full potential in order to success in future life. The aim of the present study is to assess individual differences in generalized optimism...
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In a constantly evolving society and in an ever-changing worlda changing international environment where there is plenty of information andproducts, the sale and consumption of goods is an integral part of itdaily routine of the majority of the world's inhabitants. People get itdecisions and make choices on what products they will consume depending...
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Tourism is one of the most important sectors in the economyas it helps increase revenue and improves the standard of living in a country. Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries worldwide and in general, the Internet continues to gain importance in the tourism sector. Information is a crucial factor in the planning, booking and during the...
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The present study aims to investigate personality traits and emotional intelligence in young adults' consumers who use social networks to make shopping. Consumer behavior has long been of interest to researchers. Contemporary research on Consumer Behavior considers a wide range of factors influencing the consumer, and acknowledges a broad range of...
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Despite the importance of emotion in decision making (e. has yet to fully understand how consumers' use emotional information to make effective decisions. A growing body of research continues to focus on the emotions present in consumption situations, however a better understanding of emotional processing abilities can have important effects on con...
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Compulsive shopping and spending is described as a pattern of chronic, repetitive purchasing that becomes difficult to stop and ultimately results in harmful consequences. It is defined as an impulse control disorder and has features similar to other addictive disorders without involving the use of an intoxicating drug. There has been described as...
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Brand personality refers to the set of human characteristics or traits that can be associated with a brand (Aaker, 1997) and gives consumers something with which they can relate to which effectively increases brand awareness, popularity and brand loyalty. By establishing a brand personality, businesses can form emotional bonds with their consumers....
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Introduction: Although cognitive deficits are consistent endophenotypes of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, findings in psychotic bipolar disorder (BDP) are inconsistent. In this study we compared adult unaffected first-degree relatives of schizophrenia and BDP patients on cognition, psychopathology, social functioning and quality of life. Met...
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Emotional intelligence is both characteristic of personality and intellectual capacity, which a person inherits from the genetic material of its parents and evolves-develops throughout lifetime. It refers to information processing capacity arising from the emotions and their utility to guide action in situations that require activation of the cogni...
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The purpose of this paper is the studying of the effects (the impact) on online advertising at the online consumers in the economic crisis of Greek market. The tool for recording and evaluating of the impact between the Online Advertising and online marketing was a closed-ended questionnaire The information were collected by the use of social media...
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In this research paper presents the Evaluation of burnout Index professionals working in both the private and public sector, amid the economic recession in Greece. Data were collected by filling working adults aged 18 years and above through a questionnaire which is designed to measure burnout at work (Maslach Burnout Inventory-MBI). This questionn...
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The aim of the present study is to study stress and performance. Bowlby’s theory of attachment and coping strategies (ways of coping with stressors), are the predictive variables of stress and performance. In other words, in this study stress and performance are investigated as a result of Bowlby’s theory of attachment and coping strategies. Sevent...
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Informed Consent in Modern Neurology: Ethical Objective or a Convenient Tool? (Review) P. Christopoulos1, C. Trompoukis3, E. Gkintoni1,2, C. Terezis4, P. Gourzis5, C. Papadopoulos1 Department of Neurology, Psychiatric Hospital of Tripolis & Centre of Psychosocial Rehabilitation "Amaltheia", Tripolis; Department of History of Medicine and Medicinal...

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Health promotion and health education in children through Digital Game-Based Learning https://ilearn4health.eu/
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Project leader: Emma Grace Project Group: Janka Ashford, Gabriel Baník, Esty Bar-Sade, Renée Beer, Elisabeth Biro, Atle Dyregrov, Anita Fjærestad, Evgenia Gkintoni, Ioanna Koutsopoulou, Daniela Lempertz, Liora Machat, Miranda Olff, Nadezhda Semenova, Li Wang. https://el.global-psychotrauma.net/gps-child-teen