Georgiou Stelios N.
Department of Psycology
Cyprus University of Technology
Stelios N. Georgiou studied educational psychology at New Jersey City University (BA, MA) and Boston University (Ed. D.). He is a faculty member of the University of Cyprus since 1992. In addition to research and teaching roles, he held administrative titles, including that of the Chairperson of the Department of Psychology. He is an active member of several professional Associations (European Society for Developmental Psychology, International Council of Psychologists) and Networks (European network for psychology learning and teaching – EUROPLAT, European research network about parents in education – ERNAPE).
Attribution theory and applications in educational psychology, development in context, parental involvement and parenting styles, bullying and victimization
Georgiou, St., Christou, C., Stavrinides, P. & Panaoura, G. (2002). Teacher attributions of student failure and teacher behavior towards the failing student. Psychology in the Schools, 39(5), 583-595.
Georgiou, St. & Christou, C. (2000). Family parameters of achievement: A structural equation model. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 15(2), 297-311
Georgiou, St. (1999). Parental attributions as predictors of involvement and influences of achievement. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 69(3), 409-429.