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Theano Kokkinaki was born in Rethymnon, Crete, Greece in 1970. She received her Bachelor in Psychology in 1992, Department of Psychology, University of Crete and her PhD from the University of Edinburgh (1998) under the supervision of Professor Colwyn Trevarthen. She is an Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology in the Department of Psychology, University of Crete (Greece) and a Member of the Postgraduate Programme “Brain and Mind”(cooperation of Department of Medicine, Department of Philosophical and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology and others). Her research interests concern the systematic, longitudinal and naturalistic study of interpersonal dynamics of spontaneous infant-Significant Other interactions in several cultural contexts. She has over 40 publications in Greek and international peer-reviewed journals and chapters in books in the field of infant development and intersubjective communication. She has been awarded grants by the Vardinogiannio Institute (1993-1994), the Alexandros S. Onassis Institute (1994-1996) and the Institute of Technology and Research (1996-1997).
Infant-Significant Other communication, emotions in infancy, innate intersubjectivity
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