Petrides, K. V.
Early Life and Educational Background
Konstantinos Vassilis Petrides was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1972. He completed high-school in Anatolia College (Thessaloniki, Greece) and his Bachelor in Business Administration at PACE University in New York City (USA), where he graduated with summa cum laude honors. In his undergraduate degree, he pursued a rounded, multidisciplinary education with particular emphasis on general business management, mathematics, and philosophy. Subsequently, he focused on psychology, statistics, and psychometrics obtaining postgraduate qualifications from the Universities of Exeter (MSc in Psychological Research Methods) and Nottingham (Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology) in the UK before going on to complete a PhD at University College London. In Exeter university, he was taught psychometrics by Professor Paul Kline, the first-ever Professor of Psychometrics in the UK and completed his dissertation in Hans J. Eysenck’s lab under the supervision of Dr....
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- Petrides, K. V. (in press). A conceptual application of the general system of Psychobionomy to the field of personality and individual differences. Personality and Individual Differences.Google Scholar