Scientific Publications:

  1. Karekla, M., Kasinopoulos , O., Neto, D., Ebert, DD, Van Daele, T., Nordgreen, T., Höefer, S., Oeverland, S. & Jensen, KL (2019). Best practices and recommendations for digital interventions to improve engagement and adherence in chronic illness sufferers. European Psychologist.

  2. Vasiliou, VS, Karekla, M., Michaelides, MP, & Kasinopoulos , O. (2018). Construct validity of the G-CPAQ and its mediating role in pain interference and adjustment. Psychological assessment, 30 (2), 220.

  3. Karekla, M, Karademas, Vasiliou, S V. Kasinopoulos , O, Flouri, M, Christou, G., & Papacostas, S. (accepted). In Search for Novel and More Effective Psychological Treatments for Chronic Pain: The “Algea” Research Project, European Health Psychologist.

  4. Karademas, EV, Flouri, M., Karekla, M, Vasiliou, SV, Kasinopoulos , O, & Papacostas, S. (2017). The Impact of Experiential Avoidance on the Relations Between Illness Representations, Pain Catastrophizing, and Pain Interference in Chronic Pain.

  5. Vasiliou, SV, Karekla, M, Michaelides, M, &Kasinopoulos, O. (2017). Construct validity of the G-CPAQ and its mediating role in pain interference and Adjustment

  6. Vasiliou, SV, Karekla, M., Michaelides, M, & Kasinopoulos , O. (2016). The Psychological Inflexibility in Pain scale (PIPS): Psychometric properties and mediating effects of pain avoidance and cognitive fusion in pain-related psychosocial outcomes.

  7. Vasiliou, SV, Karekla, M, Michaelides, M, & Kasinopoulos , O. (Under review). Construct validity of the G-PIPS and its mediating role in pain interference and Adjustment.