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  • The impact of frequently encountered cardiovascular risk factors on sexual dysfunction in rheumatic disorders 

    Anyfanti, P.; Pyrpasopoulou, A.; Triantafyllou, A.; Doumas, M.; Gavriilaki, E.; Triantafyllou, G.; Gkaliagkousi, E.; Chatzimichailidou, S.; Petidis, K.; Avagianou, P. A.; Zamboulis, C.; Aslanidis, S.; Douma, S. (2013)
    Traditional cardiovascular risk factors have been acknowledged as major contributors to sexual dysfunction in the general population. The purpose of this study was to explore their impact on sexual function in rheumatologic ...
  • Parental bonding and depression: Personality as a mediating factor 

    Avagianou, P. A.; Zafiropoulou, M. (2008)
    According to Bowlby's theory of attachment, the role of early experience and parenting is of crucial importance to child development and mental health. In addition, several research findings suggest that parental bonding ...
  • Psychosocial Correlates of Insomnia in An Adolescent Population 

    Siomos, K. E.; Avagianou, P. A.; Floros, G. D.; Skenteris, N.; Mouzas, O. D.; Theodorou, K.; Angelopoulos, N. V. (2010)
    This study examines the nature of the relationship between psychosocial factors and insomnia complaints in an adolescent non-clinical population. It is a cross-sectional study of a stratified sample of 2,195 Greek adolescent ...
  • The relationship of parental bonding to depression in patients with chronic pain 

    Avagianou, P. A.; Mouzas, O. D.; Siomos, K. E.; Zafiropoulou, M. (2010)
    Attachment theory is a theory of normal development as well as a theory of psychopathology. Attachment theory and research suggests that different types of parental bonding can be important determinants of illness behaviour, ...
  • Serotonin and personality: How does serotonin relate to impulsivity and aggression? 

    Avagianou, P. A.; Piperakis, S. M.; Zafiropoulou, M. (2007)
    The present article investigated the relationship between serotonin (5-HT) and personality. In particular, we examined the effect that serotonin has on impulsivity and aggression. Different neurotransmitters seem to affect ...
  • Stress and the progression of HIV disease 

    Avagianou, P. A.; Piperakis, S. M.; Zafiropoulou, M. (2006)
    The reciprocal interactions between the neuroendocrine, immune, and autonomic nervous system are complicated, yet worthy of examination. A body of literature suggests that psychological factors such as stress, or psychiatric ...