I graduated from the Psychology department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2003 and obtained my PhD in Clinical Psychophysiology from the University of Granada in 2009. 

I am a psychology professor at the department of clinical psychology at the University of Granada and my current research focuses on the study of brain-heart physiological interactions in the context of interoception, the relationship between physical exercise and cognition, and the dynamical patterns of mood variability. 

Although I publish my research in academic journals to receive the necessary recognition by evaluation committees and funding agencies, I take issue with how the commercial interests of large publishing houses interfere with the scientific process. In 2012, I co-founded Open Scholar CIC to create a community of researchers interested in investigating, developing and implementing alternative ways of publishing, evaluating and communicating academic research. Our group has published innovative ideas and developed infrastructure to support a journal-independent evaluation and communication system.

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