Assistant Professor in social psychologyOffice: 107
Office hours: as of 27/3/2017: Wednesday 16.30-17.30, Thursday 11.30-12.30
Phone: 28310 77200
- Ph.D. in Social Psychology, Panteion University of Social and Political Science, Athens, July 2003.
- M.Sc. in Research Methods in Psychology, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, October 1993.
- B.A. in Philosophy, Education and Psychology (majoring in Psychology), University of Athens, September 1992.
Teaching and Research Experience
- Department of Philosophy and Social Studies, University of Crete, 2006 to now
Current position: Assistant Professor
- Department of Psychology, Panteion University, 2003-06 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Adjunct Lecturer
Intergroup relations and discrimination; representations of social inequalities and legitimacy; stereotype content; norms, social influence and political action.
Current research on the representations of diversity and racism.
- Iatridis, T., & Stergiou, N. (in press). Complementary gender stereotypes and system justification: The moderating role of essentialist lay theories for group differences. Revista de Psicología Social, dx.doi.org/10.1080/02134748.2015.1101312
- Iatridis , T . (2013). Occupational status differences in attributions of uniquely human emotions. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 431-449.
- Durante, F., Fiske, S.T., Kervyn, N., Cuddy, A.J.C., … Iatridis, T., …(2013). Nations’ income inequality predicts ambivalence in stereotype content: How societies mind the gap. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 726-746.
- Iatridis, T., & Fousiani, K. (2009). Effects of status and outcome on attributions and just-world beliefs: How the social distribution of success and failure may be rationalized. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 415-420.
- Papastamou, S., Iatridis, T., & Prodromitis, G. (2008). The question of content in the study of terrorism and the timely link to social influence. Psicologia Politica, 36, 51-76.
- Chryssochoou, X., & Iatridis, T. (Eds.) (2013). Aspects of hegemony in liberal societies : Social psychological approaches to social reproduction and change. Athens: Pedio [in Greek]