Associate Professor in Sport Psychology and Motor Learning, Head of the Department of Sport Organization and Management in the Faculty of Human Movement and Quality of Life Sciences at the University of Peloponnese. He obtained his Bachelor Degree in Physical Education and Sport Sciences from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, his M.A. in Sport Psychology and Motor Learning from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and his Ph.D. in the same area from the University of Alberta (Edmonton Canada).
He has taught courses in Psychology, Research Methods, Statistics, Organizational Behavior, Health Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Motivation, Sport Psychology, Motor Learning and Human Performance. He has also taught in three Postgraduate Programs courses in Research Methods, Advanced Statistics, and Organizational Psychology. He published more than 100 scientific papers in national and international peer reviewed journals. He is an author or co-authored of five reference books. His publications have been cited in over 400 studies. He has 230 presentations in national and international conferences, congresses and seminars. In 100 of the 230 presentations, he participated as a keynote speaker in topical thematic conferences and seminars modules. The number of lectures on education and behavior modification through sport exceed four hundred.
His research interests broadly cover the field of sport psychology and motor learning. His recent research focuses on bullying, cyberbullying, gambling addiction, and structure of practice and feedback for maximizing motor learning.