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Ms Effrosyni  Mitsopoulou MSc BSc

Postgraduate research student

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Ms Effrosyni Mitsopoulou is a Postgraduate research student within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

"Everyone complains about his memory, and no-one complains about his judgment" -La Rochefoucauld

BSc (Hons) Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Crete (July 2008)

MSc (with merit) Research Methods in Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Amsterdam (August 2012)

Funding bodies:

Jubilee Scholarship, Psychology, University of Southampton (PhD)

Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, Athens, Greece (MSc)

Research interests

As postgraduate research student, my research focuses on investigating individual differences in financial decision-making as predictors of effective decision making. My previous work was related to emotion regulation strategies and empathy in aggressive children and adolescents; examining the factor structure and psychometric properties of various measures.

PhD supervision:

I am working with Dr Erich Graf (main supervisor), Dr Matthew Garner and Dr Tim Wildschut.


Research group

Centre for Research on Self and Identity (CRSI)

Ms Effrosyni Mitsopoulou
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