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  • A familial concurrence of schizophrenia and Gaucher's disease 

    Mouzas, O. D.; Siomos, K. E.; Angelopoulos, N. V. (2007)
    Background: Gaucher's disease (GD) is the most frequently encountered lysosomal storage disease. Here, we describe and discuss the observed concurrence of schizophrenia and Gaucher's disease in two siblings. Methods: ...
  • Insomnia symptoms among Greek adolescent students with excessive computer use 

    Siomos, K. E.; Braimiotis, D.; Floros, G. D.; Dafoulis, V.; Angelopoulos, N. V. (2010)
    Background: The aim of the present study is to assess the intensity of computer use and insomnia epidemiology among Greek adolescents, to examine any possible age and gender differences and to investigate whether excessive ...
  • Internet Addiction among Greek Adolescent Students 

    Siomos, K. E.; Dafouli, E. D.; Braimiotis, D. A.; Mouzas, O. D.; Angelopoulos, N. V. (2008)
    This research aimed to assess the prevalence of Internet addiction among Greek adolescent students, ages 12 to 18. The sample of 2,200 students was recruited from 120 classes among 85 schools in Thessaly, Greece. The sample ...
  • 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, ...