Our group conducts cross-cutting, basic and applied behavioural research that is concerned with emerging societal challenges, spanning from healthy ageing to threats to public health, and environmental sustainability. We are committed to disseminate our findings to the scientific community through research articles, books, and conference presentations, as well as to the wider community through public open lectures, seminars and workshops, related to our research projects.
We maintain close collaborations with leading academic and industrial partners in Greece and internationally, and have a long tradition on interdisciplinary research involving doctors, computer scientists, sociologists, sports and exercise scientists, business administration experts, and policy-makers. Having a clear focus on research-led teaching, we continuously update the curriculum with novel findings derived from our current projects. Most of our projects are hosted by SEERC, which is the research centre of CITY College.
Our research is actively focused on Ageing, Affect, Cognition, & Health, which forms the basis of our REA2CH research group. Topics were our staff publishes include:
Our ReA2ch group:
ReA2CH (Research on Ageing, Affect, Cognition, & Health) is a research group that specializes in the effects of contemporary demographic changes and technological developments on active and healthy ageing. ReA2CH spans a wide array of disciplines, including cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology, social psychology, health psychology, gerontology, and sociology. ReA2CH members of the team have extensive expertise and experience in quantitative research methods, as well as in basic and applied research. For more information, please contact Prof. Ana B. Vivas at firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to get a better idea of the research that each one of us is engaged in, please click on our names below, listed in alphabetical order:
Our PhD students form an integral part of the departmental research and inspire us with their vigour and enthusiasm.
Ms Studenica Arvesa
Mr Yiannis Gavriilidis