Vasileios Mantas

Vasileios Mantas
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · Division of Psychiatry I

Doctor of Medicine
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Background: Co-occurring psychiatric disorders in adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) contribute to the burden of the healthcare and possibly to the delay of diagnosis. Aim of the study was to clinically assess the prevalence and compare lifetime co-occurring psychopathology in a sample...
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The Prisoner’s Dilemma (PD) is one of the most popular concepts amongst the scientific literature. The task is used in order to study different types of social interactions by giving participants the choice to defect or cooperate in a specific social setting/dilemma. This review focuses on the technical characteristics of the PD task as it is used...
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Introduction. The fast, intuitive and autonomous system 1 along with the slow, analytical and more logical system 2 constitute the dual system processing model of decision making. Whether acting independently or influencing each other both systems would, to an extend, rely on randomness in order to reach a decision. The role of randomness however,...
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Background: Prisoner's dilemma is one of the most popular concepts among scientific literature. In medical literature the majority of prisoner's dilemma experiments with human participants implement computerized means. Despite this, there is no shared validated tool for prisoner's dilemma tasks. Methods: The application is developed in Javascript p...
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Background Several theories in autism posit that common aspects of the autism phenotype may be manifestations of an underlying differentiation in predictive abilities. The present study investigates this hypothesis in the context of strategic decision making in autistic participants compared to a control group. Method Autistic individuals (43 adul...
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Mood is a key factor that determines our well-being and a lot of effort goes into taming and regulating it. The role of positive and negative environmental stimuli on mood and whether they can promote mood resilience or susceptibility, remains relatively unexplored. The aim of the present study is to investigate whether mood could be trained to bec...
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Affect dysregulation refers to maladaptive patterns of emotional regulation that impair daily life functioning, common in many psychiatric disorders. It is expressed with the form of affective lability, an emotional construct composed of frequent and intense fluctuations in emotion in response to both pleasant and unpleasant events or the interpret...
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Prisoner’s dilemma (PD) is one of the most popular concepts among scientific literature. The task is used in order to study different social interactions by giving participants the choice of defection or cooperation in a specific social setting/dilemma. This review concerns the technical characteristics of PD use in medical literature involving hum...
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This study assessed the co-occurrence of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in newly diagnosed adults of normal intelligence and the contribution of trait-based dimensions deriving from the Barkley Adult ADHD Rating Scale-IV (BAARS-IV), the Autism-Spectrum Quotient (AQ), and the Empathy Quotient (EQ)...
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The emotion of disgust evolved as a way to protect oneself from illness and is associated with aspects of disease avoidance. Disgust Scale–Revised (DS-R) (Olatunji et al., 2008) measures the disgust propensity of three kinds of disgust (core, animal reminder, contamination). Contextual factors, such as academic background, might influence DS-R scor...
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Disgust evolved as a way to protect one’s self from illness. DS-R measures disgust propensity of three kinds of disgust (Core, Animal Reminder and Contamination). Although the DS-R scale was refined mainly with young and largely female student population its impact on educational orientation has not been assessed. In the present study we examined t...
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Background Co-occurring psychiatric disorders in adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) contribute to the burden of the healthcare and possibly to the delay of diagnosis. Aim of the study was to clinically assess the prevalence and compare lifetime co-occurring psychopathology in a sample o...
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Background: Co-occurring psychiatric disorders in adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) contribute to the burden of the healthcare and possibly to the delay of diagnosis. Aim of the study was to clinically assess the prevalence and compare lifetime co-occurring psychopathology in a sample...

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