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 Alexandra Elissavet Bakou

Alexandra Elissavet Bakou

PhD student

 Washington Singer 230

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

I am a third year PhD student in Psychology, at the University of Exeter, working under the supervision of Professor Lee Hogarth and Professor Kim Wright. My research aims to develop and explore brief evidence based interventions that may protect hazardous drinkers from alcohol relapses triggered by negative emotions such as stress. I have previously worked in the homeless sector, managing a small shelter for homeless individuals suffering from a mental health condition.  

Qualifications

University College London, UK - MSc Clinical Neurosciences, 2012-2013 

Panteion University, Athens, Greece - BSc (Hons) Psychology, 2008-2012  

Research

Publications

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Journal articles

Hogarth L, Shuai R, Bakou AE, Hardy L (In Press). Ultra-brief breath counting (mindfulness) training promotes recovery from stress-induced alcohol-seeking in student drinkers. Addictive Behaviors Full text.
Hogarth L, Hardy L, Bakou A, Mahlberg J, Weidemann G, Cashel S, Moustafa AA (2019). Negative Mood Induction Increases Choice of Heroin Versus Food Pictures in Opiate-Dependent Individuals: Correlation with Self-Medication Coping Motives and Subjective Reactivity. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, 10 Author URL.  Full text.

Conferences

Bakou A, Margiotoudi K, Kouroupa A, Vatakis A (2014). Temporal and sensory experiences in the dreams of sighted and congenital blind individuals.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Hogarth L, Shuai R, Bakou AE, Hardy L (In Press). Ultra-brief breath counting (mindfulness) training promotes recovery from stress-induced alcohol-seeking in student drinkers. Addictive Behaviors Full text.

2019

Hogarth L, Hardy L, Bakou A, Mahlberg J, Weidemann G, Cashel S, Moustafa AA (2019). Negative Mood Induction Increases Choice of Heroin Versus Food Pictures in Opiate-Dependent Individuals: Correlation with Self-Medication Coping Motives and Subjective Reactivity. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, 10 Author URL.  Full text.

2014

Bakou A, Margiotoudi K, Kouroupa A, Vatakis A (2014). Temporal and sensory experiences in the dreams of sighted and congenital blind individuals.  Author URL.

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