Department of Psycology
Cyprus University of Technology
George Ch. Spanoudis is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Department of Psychology of the University of Cyprus. Previously he held the position of Lecturer (2006-2010) at the Dept. of Psychology of the University of Cyprus Dr. Spanoudis pursued his undergraduate and graduate studies at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece in Psychology, where he also worked as Research Associate. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Cyprus. His research and teaching focuses on the study of intelligence, cognitive development and language disorders. In particular, he is researching the interaction between basic cognitive mechanisms and higher cognitive abilities, and developmental language disorders with emphasis on the interplay between cognition and atypical language development. He currently investigates age-related changes in intelligence and language learning disorders using behavioural and event-related potential techniques. He also works on the application of statistical models in psychological data and is particularly interested in structural equation modeling and multivariate data analysis for discrete or categorical data. He leads or participates in projects funded by both national and European agencies.
Language acquisition and Language disorders Cognitive development,Development of information processing system Intelligence and Psychophysiology of Intelligence
Christoforides, M., Spanoudis, G., & Demetriou, A. Coping with Logical Fallacies: A Developmental Training Program for Learning to Reason. Child Development, doi: 10.1111/cdev.12557, 2016.
Papageorgiou, E., Christou, C., Spanoudis, G., & Demetriou, A. Augmenting intelligence: Developmental limits to learning-based cognitive change. Intelligence, 56, 16-27, 2016.
Spanoudis, G. Theory of mind and specific language impairment in school-age children. Journal of Communication Disorders, 61, 83-96, 2016.